Innovation Cafe is back
What do a giant technology solutions company and best selling crime fiction author have have in common? They are both part of the lunchtime Innovation Cafe Speaker series happening this June in Foster Place. All welcome.
On June 20 , we are delighted to welcome the return of Jim Stikeleather, Chief Innovation Officer for Dell Services who will share insights into innovation as a critical element of business success and survival ‘Business Survival = Innovation’
Jim’s talk will uncover the application of theoretical and conceptual elements of innovation within the global technology company. He will share insights into how DELL continue to stay ahead of the curve in defining and solving business problems by leading. This is an great opportunity to find out how DELL integrate the process of innovation and in essence, have the ‘power to do more’.
‘around the corner” “over the horizon” futurecasting – looking at economic, social, demographic, legal, regulatory, business and technology trends to see how the world “wants” to change, and how technology can enable, facilitate or accelerate those changes’ Jim Stikeleather
Jim Stikeleather is Chief Innovation Officer for Dell Services where his team enables, facilitates and accelerates new technologies, business models and processes to address evolving business, economic and social forces for the company and customers. For more than 30 years, Jim has designed, developed and implemented award-winning information and communications technologies that help businesses and institutions succeed as well as starting and growing multiple companies.
He has spoken and consulted internationally on digital infrastructures, evaluation of emerging technologies, and provided strategic guidance on their application to achieve business outcomes. He participates in international technology standards bodies, has multiple book and industry-article contributions to his credit and advises a number of technology incubators. Additionally, Jim holds two patents. Jim came to Dell via Perot Systems and Meadwestvaco. Perot acquired a company he started, the Technical Resource Connection (TRC), in 1996.
Innovation Cafe Speaker series is designed and created by the Innovation Academy at Trinity College Dublin. The event is recorded and the online resource can be found here. The Innovation Cafe series is supported by TCD Alumni.