On October 4-5, 2006, the Business Innovation Factory convened its second annual Collaborative Innovation Summit. BIF-2 featured storytellers who are redefining the rules of innovation and transforming how value is delivered in every arena, from health care and homeland security to education and entertainment.
Moderated by architect, author, and TED founder Richard Saul Wurman and Wall Street Journal technology columnist Walt Mossberg, BIF-2 Collaborative Innovation Summit was a truly collaborative experience, storytellers and participants alike connected with the best thinking about innovation, networked with like-minded peers, and tapped into new innovation resources.
Participants include executives and organizational leaders (from both the public and private sectors) responsible for growth, strategy and innovation who want to explore the who, what, and how of business model innovation.
BIF has also created the Innovation Story Studio witch isn’t just an archive of cool videos, interviews, audio and narrative pieces. It is a platform for helping the innovation community to learn from each other, share their wisdom, and revel in the outcomes of our experiments, whether they succeed or fail.
BIF argues that most change isn’t the result of organisational charts and management schematics: it is the result of passionate people who dedicate themselves to pushing through the perils and pain of change. BIF believes that sharing their stories is an important part of helping others become the innovators they aspire to be.
- Innovation Story Studio
- Collaborative Innovation Summit – Participants videos
- Peter Durand visual profiles from each session