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Keynote speaker Dr. Christian Busch is the Associate Director at the London School of Economics’ Innovation and Co-Creation Lab, where he works with governments, enterprises, and social enterprises to develop innovative business models. He is an expert on innovation and an engaging speaker.
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Dr. Christian Busch is a global thought-leader on innovation, entrepreneurship, purpose-driven organizations, and communities/networks. He holds a Phd from the London School of Economics, as well as a MSc. He has been named as one of Diplomatic Courier’s ‘Top 99 Influencers under 33’, JCI London’s ‘Ten Outstanding Persons’, a TEDster, a Siemens ‘Key Influencer’, an ‘Institute for the World Economy Global Fellow’, a fellow at the Royal Society of Arts, and was shortlisted for The Times Higher Education Achievement Award.
Dr. Christian Busch recently consulted businesses in Kenya, South Africa, Mexico, Russia, Germany, the US; set up the LSE’s PhD Steering Committee; where he as well served in leadership & mentoring roles.
He regularly speaks at conferences like the World Economic Forum, TED and the Financial Times’ Sustainability Summit. His ideas and thoughts are inspiring and have been taken up by several scientific publications around the world.
When speaking publicly, whether a university lecture or a conference, Christian Busch fully commits to the topic. He is passionate about his work and tailors every speech to his client’s needs. He delivers talks, presentations, workshops and masterclasses with executives and middle management all around the world, including Sub-Saharan and South Africa, Europe, the Middle East and North America.
Creating a ‘fit for the future’ organization
The integration of profit and purpose: Social and environmental constraints, new ways of organizing, and a shift in needs and mindsets of employees and customers pushes organizations to rethink how to operate. This workshop will focus on analyzing the key changes in preferences and needs, and the role of action-driven purpose, effective governance, meaningful networks/communities, and new technology. Implications on how and why organizations can successfully innovate to develop purpose-driven organizations will be presented.
This workshop relates to the “a ‘fit for the future’ organization” keynote. Dr. Christian Busch shows how organizations and governments need to change in order to become fit for the future.
This workshop stands in relation to “creating a ‘fit for the future’ organization” and “innovating the future” with a focus on employees/middle-managers.
Social and environmental constraints, new ways of organizing, and a shift in needs and mindsets of employees and customers pushes organizations to rethink how to operate. This workshop will focus on analyzing the key changes in preferences and needs, and the role of action-driven purpose, effective governance, meaningful networks/communities, and new technology. Implications on how employees can develop meaning in corporate structures, will be presented.
In today’s rapidly changing environment, developing innovative business models and strong communities is more than ever crucial for enterprises to become and stay competitive. This course will focus on how to build and scale businesses that combine profit and purpose, and on how to facilitate effective networks and innovation communities at scale.