The LeadershipGarage Experience “Inside Silicon Valley” is an expert symposium in the heart of digital progression, Silicon Valley. The structured multi-day intensive program analyzes the challenges of the digital future through the modules “Experience – Understand – Leverage”. Thought leaders will discuss their latest research findings on innovation in the digital workplace of the future, as well as the success factors for growth and innovation in the digital age. Participants will get inspiration for the successful management of digital transformation, and have the opportunity to network with company representatives, scientists, and digital entrepreneurs from Silicon Valley and Germany.
Artificial intelligence promises to help make our work lives more efficient and is poised to help transform industries in the coming decade. Knowledge about how to use AI, build AI teams, and transform organizations will be central leadership themes of the future.
The LeadershipGarage had the chance to visit SVI HUB in Silicon Valley to learn from a panel of experts about:
The SVI Hub is a coworking space in Silicon Valley offering a global network of partners and a diverse ecosystem focusing on the future of innovation.
Savas Komban, Board Member SVIgnite and Serdar Turac, Ph.D., CEO at SVIgnite
“Inside Silicon Valley – A LeadershipGarage Experience” is structured with a focus on several elements. These enable participants to personalize their learning and build networks before, during, and after the event.
The San Francisco Bay Area is seen as the epitome of innovation, productivity, and inventiveness, as well as a role model for economic success. Established pioneers like Google, Facebook, and Apple as well as countless startups are milestones of this enormous expansion in the last 60 years. They set trends, drive them forward, and accelerate the tempo of innovation worldwide. Silicon Valley shows us today how we will work and live tomorrow, how to extract useful insights from big data, and which paths lead towards success.
During the LeadershipGarage Experience, you will encounter the:
Silicon Valley’s special culture is defined by an open attitude, disruptive thinking, speed, and a willingness to take risks. The success of such a corporate culture is shown through countless innovative products and processes. Recent research has identified digital networks and personal engagement as particularly important drivers of this success. Adding to this are close partnerships between business and science, a creative intersection which leads to innovation and constant development.
The LeadershipGarage Experience helps to understand the:
To successfully navigate the digital transformation, companies must be continuously innovative. Digital technologies create new opportunities for flexible work, time management, accessing knowledge, and team work, even over great distances. These opportunities simultaneously represent new challenges for companies: The digital transformation requires an organizational culture shift, new leadership qualities, and executives with a clear mission.
After the LeadershipGarage Experience, you will have built useful skills and:
There will be reflections and micro-feedbacks throughout the week. Participants will gain insights from a wide range of perspectives and make their knowledge transferable to their personal situations.
Join us in Silicon Valley to learn more about successfully engaging organizations and why it is critical to focus on people while improving the processes. These are some key takeaways from our group of Silicon Valley experts about the aspects needed for a leader to ignite change:
Co-creation means that partners from different areas of scientific and business expertise create new values. Co-creation combines these areas with the objective of achieving innovation, competitive advantage, and growth. These are the core goals of the LeadershipGarage. We bring science and practical experience together, research the opportunities and challenges of the digitalization of the professional world, enable the sharing of ideas, develop practical solutions, and create networks partnerships for businesses that are currently facing similar situations. Among our driving questions are:
“To cope with the digital transformation, companies need to do more than to just invest in technology. Managers who can plan and implement the transformation are needed.
In an exciting program we share the results of our research, and explain how leadership changes in the digital world. Digital pioneers reveal the insights and processes companies need to master.”
Professor of Business Psychology
Head of Institute of Performance Management, Leuphana University of Lüneburg
Visiting researcher, Stanford University
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