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5 Different Successful Case Studies from Fortune 500 Corporate Innovation Leaders: There is one case study from the oil industry and four case studies from the medical industry leaders in Innovation. Each of these different Innovation Leaders takes a different approach to innovation to suit their specific needs. Each case study will guide you through how to solve different corporate issues through to the successful final conclusion.

This webinar “Creating an Innovation Culture” will provide step-by-step procedures for all companies that are in need of developing a plan for their innovation process or to create and instill a culture for innovation. These case studies show how to drive growth through Innovation and how Innovation has added to the bottom line. These case studies will also explain the obstacles that have to be overcome.

Areas Covered in the Session :

  • Innovation implications to management
  • Innovation strategic priorities
  • Gap analysis on corporate innovation performance
  • Developing innovation metrics
  • Obstacles in creating innovation
  • 5 successful case studies each taking a different approach to innovation to meet the needs of the company
  • 5 successful approaches that can be used in any industry
  • Insight into corporate data on Innovation
  • Insight into corporate dollars and percentages on Innovation creation
  • Innovation value delivered in each case study
  • Frame work of how Innovation culture was a deliverable to the bottom line
  • Developing an Innovation culture
  • Developing an Innovation process
  • Locking down on your own corporate standard for Innovation
  • Common threads to Innovation

Who Should Attend:

  • Executive Management Teams
  • Product and Prototype Development Teams
  • Marketing and Growth Teams
  • Plant Management Teams
  • Strategic Planning Teams
  • Supply Chain and Sourcing Teams
  • Manufacturing Teams
  • Project Management Teams
  • All Engineering Teams

Course Director: ROBERT BRAIDO

Robert Braido has 40 years of experience in the medical industry. He is president of Visionary Consulting LLC and has been consulting with medical OEM’s and CMOs for over 7 years. Mr. Braido’s has a broad breadth of medical industry experience in prototype/product development, global strategic/tactical planning, technical due-diligence/gap analysis for acquisitions, engineering, operations and business development. He has had great success working at Ethicon Endo-Surgery a J&J Company, Baxter Healthcare, Teleflex Medical, GW Plastics and The Tech Group with increasing responsibilities to the level of VP of Advanced Technologies. He was a member of the Board of Directors for the Society of Plastic Engineers Medical Division for over 10 years and elected Chairman of the Medical Division twice.

Mr. Braido was selected as a member of a Johnson & Johnson Integration Team that took a small fledgling endoscopic medical device company with totally new products, technologies and structure from $75 million to $850 million in 5 years. His career is built on the ability to motivate, lead and coach people in different disciplines throughout the medical industry. The key factor has been driving innovation.

Mr. Braido was elected, as the Consortium Chairman for the Government Reinvestment Program with MIT, the National Science Foundation and seven leading Fortune 200 companies to commercialize 3D Printing and emerging technologies in plastics and metal. He represented J&J as the principal investigator in the development of 3D Printing with the consortium. He has also been an independent reviewer for the National Science Foundation, J&J, MIT, EdgeOne Medical and others.

He has published numerous technical and leadership articles and white papers. In the past he has shared his extensive experiences at seminars, workshops, technical conferences, symposiums and webinars on subjects relating to the medical and plastics industries on due-diligence/gap analysis, product development, plastic and metal manufacturing, plastic product and equipment transfers, compliance, leadership and developing an innovation culture.