Fundamentally, a startup within a company is the same as one inside the proverbial garage: a group of entrepreneurs trying to make the world a better place using new ideas and inventions. Each week, join Sean Ammirati, Co-Founder & Director of the Carnegie Mellon Corporate Startup Lab, as he interviews guests who are doing the important work creating startups inside large corporations. If you already are a corporate entrepreneur, want to become one or are just looking for some advice around commercializing transformative innovation, this podcast is for you.
Testing Business Ideas with David Bland, CEO & Founder of Precoil
David is probably best known as the co-author of Testing Business Ideas which he co-authored with Alexander Osterwalder. However, he’s had an incredible impact on innovation both at startups and large companies.
He helped GE develop their infamous FastWorks program in partnership with Eric Ries. He also coached emerging product teams at Adobe and even helped Toyota apply the Lean Startup practices to their innovation groups.
Optimizing Your Team for Innovation Impact with Stefano Mastrogiacomo
There may be no more important topic in 2021 to innovation leaders than how to think about managing and organizing your team.
On this week's episode of Agile Giants, I sit down with Stefano Mastrogiacomo to talk about his new book High-Impact Tools for Teams.
Operationalizing an Innovation Mandate with Tendayi Viki
How do you truly operationalize a mandate to become more innovative? There are plenty of resources that talk about the importance of innovation, but over the year's I've really grown to appreciate author & innovation consultant Tendayi Viki's pragmatic advice.
On this week's episode, we talk about his work and walk through companies at different points in their innovation evolution and Tendayi offers practical advice he'd offer their leadership teams.
Applying the Lean Startup Methodology to the Military with Peter Newell - Retired US Army Colonel & CEO of BMNT
How do you apply the lean startup methodology to the military? Well, that's the subject of this week's episode of Agile Giants. Pete Newell, whose name may sound familiar because Steve Blank mentioned him at the Corporate Entrepreneurship Forum as the co-author of his upcoming book, Innovation Doctrine.
Pete is the CEO of BMNT Inc., a Silicon Valley based innovation consultancy and early stage tech accelerator. He's a retired US Army colonel and the former director of the US Army Rapid Equipping Force.
Business Model Transformation & Data Based Corporate Startups at Philips with Tim Murphy
Tim Murphy leads the One SRC Services group within Philips Sleep and Respiratory Care. He joined our Forum to discuss his experience with data based corporate startups and more generally business model transformation.
As mentioned last week, we are in the process of sharing all of the videos from this year’s Forum on the 2020 Forum Website. But I also wanted to share a few highlights here on Agile Giants.
Steve Blank & Alexander Osterwalder on The Keys to Successfully Driving Innovation in Established Companies
Steve Blank & Alexander Osterwalder are world famous entrepreneurs and authors whose work in many ways launched the Lean Startup movement. We had a great conversation at CSL's Corporate Entrepreneurship Forum.
We are in the process of sharing all of the videos from this year's Forum on the 2020 Forum Website. But I also wanted to share a few highlights here on Agile Giants.
Great insightful podcast on corporate innovation
Sean Ammirati is “the” person to follow in the corporate entrepreneurship space. I would definitely recommend this podcast if you’re interested in hearing from corporate entrepreneurship leaders and learning more about how innovation is growing in major companies by looking at actual examples of corporate entrepreneurship at a variety of industries and companies.
Interviews with corporate superstars.
Today it feels like the same 50 folks do all the podcasts and tell the same story over and over again. Agile Giants is the opposite Sean gets leaders of the corporate world who rarely do interviews and they share behind the scenes of how corporate innovation really works.
Working in product management for a large corporation, I find this topic to be extremely relevant and timely. The interviews in the first couple of episodes I have listened to have all provided me with valuable insights. Keep them coming!