This fast paced keynote give audiences the keys to successful innovation and gives them lessons they can put to work as soon as they get back to the office.
YOUR AUDIENCE WILL LEARN:
How to build a culture of innovation?
Why innovation is like baseball?
Why experimentation and failure is required?
How to kill projects not people?
Why your wake is larger than you imagine?
How to deal with risk?
How to create an innovation team?
Why to hire people who don’t fit in?
Why one person can make a difference?
Why rock stars hang with rock stars?
How negativity kills innovative teams?
How to break through the ‘Bozone Layer’?
What’s a ‘two pizza team’?
How to generate new innovative ideas?
Why you need sentries?
Why you need sensors?
How to listen to customers in a new way?
How to look beyond what’s immediately apparent?
How to select the best ideas?
Who reviews ideas in your company?
Why you should circulate ideas widely?
The Golden Rule of Innovation.
Prototype as if you were right. Listen as if you were wrong.
Why innovation isn’t rocket science?
How to do more with less?
Why reinvention isn’t enough – You must reimagine!
Innovation in a large corporation.
How is a innovation in a corporation vs Silicon Valley?
When should innovation be put in a separate organization?
Why you should think outside the building?
How your corporation should fund innovation?
How technology is changing innovation?
Terry’s book ON Innovation is a great addition to this talk
The book can be customized for your audience by adding your custom introduction or sponsors logo.
Breakout sessions – There are several formats available
One hour roundtables with audience broken into teams with specific innovation tasks and peer review
Open roundtable sessions with smaller groups
Typically one hour of open questions and interaction
Interview – Q&A
Moderated Q&A with audiences of any size
Terry can moderate with your panel on a variety of topics
Leaders are worried. Businesses are being disrupted at an ever increasing pace and technological advances are converging to create unprecedented dislocation. Identify what these are and how you can turn them to your advantage. Terry reviews the to 10 technical forces of disruption and more importantly shows the new business models that result.
Utilizing technical forces of disruption, Terry shows our current business models that are created from disruption and how startups are shedding old concepts to create simple models that “own the edge”. The Edge – where the customer is – where we HAVE to be. (IE AirBNB, Uber, Nest)
As Terry says, “My innovation is YOUR disruption. It is only disruption because YOU didn’t do it!” Drawing from his experiences with several start ups and as the founder of Travelocity.com, founding Chairman of Kayak.com and Chairman of Wayblazer, Jones helps audiences turn disruption into innovation.
This fast paced presentation can help you avoid disruption and become the innovator!
Terry can also address the implications of these technologies on the work force and the future of work. Additionally, they can also be combined with his ON Innovation speech and Disruption topic.
Building Digital Relationships
How will your customer contact you today? In the store, via the phone, on your web site, read a tweet, friend you on Facebook? There is no way to know. In this presentation, e-commerce pioneer Terry Jones gives your audience the keys to unlock the mystery of how to deal with today’s omni channel customer.
While face-to-face contact isn’t going away, companies that lack an effective online relationship strategy are being left behind. Jones vast online experience can educate your audience in all phases of the digital conversation from search to social media, using real-world examples in creating Travelocity, Kayak and helping dozens of other companies.
Keeping up with today’s omni channel customer is a daunting task. Terry’s long experience in the on line world (Travelocity, Kayak, Wayblazer and the boards of ten digital companies) can show your audience how to succeed in this complex digital world.
From search to social, mobile to big data, local to logistics, Terry will cover what you need to know now to keep 21st century customers satisfied.These ideas can also be combined with his ON Innovation speech and Disruption topic.
Demystifying Artificial Intelligence
Terry Jones, whose name is synonymous with e-commerce and travel has started a new business based on artificial intelligence. Having spent the last three years investigating and implementing AI based solutions he offers his unique perspectives on AI and why it is so important to 21st century businesses.
Terry will show your audience ‘why now’. AI has been being constructed since the 1950s so is today another AI bubble or it today the time that all work will be changed by the power of artificial intelligence.
TERRY’S TALK EXPLORES:
What are the foundations that insure that this is the time for success with AI?
What are the components of AI?
What are the myths surrounding AI…things that it cannot do?
Why the impact of AI today will be as big as the browser was yesterday?
How does big data play with AI?
Why AI is the new UI?
How AI will turn the internet into the most interesting man in the world?
Why search gives you clues and AI gives you answers with confidence?
Do you need a bot?
Is AI only for billion dollar companies? (NO)
Who will win the AI wars…The Megas (Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft IBM google) startups or corporations?
Perhaps most importantly, Terry will explain the coming ‘battle for the edge”. How the most innovative companies are battling to make it easier and easier for customers to shop and buy anytime using AI. He will take audiences through examples like Google’s Predective Suggestions, Amazon’s Alexa, Microsoft’s Cortana and IBM’s Watson, and how each is striving to be the most powerful AI platform.
The battle for the edge will reshape how business and consumers shop and buy and will topple businesses unprepared for its implications.
Using real world examples, Terry shows audiences how AI is already in use and inspires them to create a place for it in their future.
If desired Terry can also address the implications of these technologies on the work force and the future of work. Additionally, they can also be combined with his ON Innovation speech and Disruption topic.