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This event runs from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM.
“Real” Innovation is hard. Large successful organizations achieved their greatness by superior execution in known markets. Innovation, however, happens in the great unknown. How can organizations discover new innovation without adversely affecting their core business? Lean Startup principles can help. Organizations must learn to be fast, agile, and continuously learning. Learning new ways to Interact with customers, run purpose-built experiments, and leverage actionable data helps large successful organizations move the needle.
The audience will participate in a discussion about:
● The Innovation Spectrum
● Challenges in the Enterprise
● What is a Lean Startup?
● Customer interaction, Experimentation, & Actionable Data
● Ways to Get Started Tomorrow
Brant Cooper helps organizations big and small innovate. He is the author of the New York Times Bestseller, The Lean Entrepreneur, and the popular “The Entrepreneur’s Guide to The Lean Brand.” He is a sought after keynote speaker, startup advisor and corporate mentor.
His startup career includes Tumbleweed, Timestamp, WildPackets, inCode, and many others. He has experienced IPO, acquisition, rapid growth, and crushing failure.
Brant previously authored The Entrepreneur's Guide to Customer Development, the first purpose-written book to discuss Lean Startup and Customer Development concepts. He has worked with thousands of entrepreneurs across the globe.
Brant is the Co-Founder of Moves the Needle Group, which has advised the innovation practices of such leading companies as General Electric, Intuit, Capital One, ADP, and Transamerica.
Brant Cooper blogs at Market By Numbers and tweets @brantcooper.
Raffle - Two certificates for training at New Horizons will be raffled off. For AITP members only!
(Article submitted to the AITP "Information Executive" for national distribution by Chuck Brown)
Lucky Number Seven – AITP-San Diego Chapter’s “Cloud Computing & Beyond”
The seventh annual conference had a broader scope than the prior cloud-oriented events, including additional presentations on technology trends in the areas of Big Data, IoT and Innovative IT. Over 300 attendees gathered on October 29 to hear 25 IT professionals and business leaders (presenters and panelists) discuss key topics and strategies revolving around our IT industry. The conference prides itself on bringing together a community of thought leaders sharing case studies and industry trends in a variety of different industries and organizations. The conference also had a wide variety of sponsors – BMC Software, Century Link, Cox Communications, Scale Matrix, Teradata, Trend Micro and many more. Local associations, including IIBA, PMI, WITI and Connect (a consortium for guiding entrepreneurs and startups) were conference partners. This year’s conference shows our growth as a summit with broader IT industry trends and as a premier event in the region.
We want to encourage membership in AITP so this training will only be available to Members, and to encourage event attendance we will be distributing training vouchers through raffles at AITP events.
So join now, and register for the Cloud Conference in October!