Strategy & Innovation
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast,” Peter Drucker’s famous quote, has never been truer than it is today. Finding innovative ways to be nimble and creative in the midst of one of the most turbulent periods in modern history will not only inform which organizations will survive but also those that will thrive. The creative revolution has been democratized. The leader’s role to mine and nurture creativity within their organizations has never been more critical than today. How do we maintain an innovation culture in our disrupted and strange new world? How do we embrace experimentation as a pathway to breakthroughs?
With examples from Not Impossible’s newest world-changing solutions, Mr. Ebeling will share insights into the way of the “hacker-maker” and the gift of positive failure. He will empower leaders' resourcefulness and remind them that the healthcare landscape has never been more primed for breakthrough innovations, quite possibly with the help of some zip ties and duct tape.
CEO, One of Fortune’s World’s 50 Greatest Leaders, Only 2x Recipient of TIME Best Inventions of the Year, Muhammad Ali Humanitarian of the Year
Not Impossible Labs