CORPORATE INNOVATION LEADERS PROGRAM

THE PROGRAM

“Capital isn’t so important in business.

Experience isn’t so important.

You can get both these things.

What is important is ideas.

If you have ideas, you have the main asset you need, and there isn’t any limit to what you can do with your business and your life.”

 

(Harvey Firestone)

The CORPORATE INNOVATION LEADERS PROGRAM is designed to inspire a culture of innovative thinking, empower you and your teams to bring ideas to life, and connect you to the technology and innovation ecosystem thriving in Israel.

Our speakers will guide you through an enriching & methodologically structured experience which will shift the corporate mindset into a flexible, startup-minded and customer oriented innovation approach.

 

20/3/18

10/4/18

COMING UP NEXT

OPEN Innovation Workshop #1

 

Think INSIDE the BOX  Workshop #2

08/5/18

 

Being a MENTOR  Workshop #3

12/6/18

 

CASE STUDIES

PAYMENT PLAN OPTION

 
Tuesday, March 20, 2018 

In a world of vast knowledge, companies cannot rely solely on their research & development, they need to acquire technologies, processes or inventions and patents from other companies in order not to be left behind.

In this session, we will learn how to create a productive connection between corporates and start-ups.

9:30 AM

GATHERING 

OPEN INNOVATION WORKSHOP

Workshop #1

10:00 AM

Elena Donets Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Duco:

"INTRO to Open Innovation"

10:30 AM

Lior Wizeman , Head of Global Technology Partnerships, Deloitte Israel:

"The Road to Corporate-Startup Collaboration"

11:15 AM

COFFEE BREAK

11:30 AM

Tair Kowalsky General Manager at SigmaLabs Accelerator: 

"Becoming an Organization with a Portfolio Approach”

12:15 PM

CONCLUSION & NETWORKING 

The Speakers

Elena Donets

Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Duco, Co-Founder at StarTAU

 

Elena's biggest passion is creating innovation platforms. She has much success and experience in startup communities and acceleration programs building and management, bringing valuable business connections to large corporates and successful startups. Having brought to life hundreds of conferences, startup challenges, hackathons and other innovation events, Elena is also the leading expert in event design and management. Being a model entrepreneur, as well as an experienced corporate consultant, Elena is skilled in innovation needs diagnostics, intrapreneurial pipeline building and executive consulting.

 

Elena also teaches educational courses to innovation managers, bringing knowledge on how to effectively succeed in innovation projects within an organization.

Lior Wizeman

Head of Global Technology Partnerships, Deloitte Israel

Lior is an experienced business executive and a past entrepreneur. In his current role as Head of Global Technology Partnerships at Deloitte Israel, Lior supports large multinational companies when engaging with the Israeli market. Frequent forms of engagement would be: Proof of concept (POC) and technology collaboration with selected startups, opening of a local innovation or R&D center, acquire a company (M&A), strategic investment, long-term technology scouting and more.
Before joining Deloitte, Lior spent 11 years at IBM, while in his last role he led IBM Israel's Startup & Developer Ecosystem team, and was responsible for IBM's first startup accelerator in the world ("Alpha Zone"). 

Tair Kowalsky

General Manager at SigmaLabs Accelerator, Founder&Board member of HAC

 

Tair is leading SigmaLabs Accelerator and the founder of HAC- Herzliya Accelerator Center.
In her job she helps startups accelerate and start a working process with the municipality and her goal is to open doors for the sta leading SigmaLabs Accelerator.
Tair experience starts in the PR and Media world where she lead PR departments and represented clients as the Head department of Public Relations and Strategic Consulting in a big media firm. Before she worked as VP of a Public Relations&Strategic Consulting firm. 
She also teach PR and other media courses at IDC, Communication School, for the past 5 years.

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Tuesday, April 10 , 2018 

Thinking “inside the box” requires corporates to consider solutions when they constrain their options rather than broadening them. In this SIT interactive workshop, we will practice how to break mental fixedness and arrive at innovative solutions and strategies in a reliable and repeatable way.

THINK INSIDE

THE BOX

Workshop #2

The Speakers

Dikla Beninson

Israel Operations and Regional Manager on SIT’s Business Development team.

 

With considerable expertise working with the Israeli market, Dikla has been involved in projects with leading companies including SAP, TAMA, Tivall, Bank Hapoalim, KATA, The Marker and The Israel Aids Task Force. She manages SIT’s social responsibility activities and supervises the Innovation Community; running dialogue forums for innovation enthusiasts.
Formerly CRM (Customer Relationship Manager) project manager, Dikla was in charge of design, characterization, development and assimilation of the CRM system, and training our office personnel in best practice.
Dikla holds a B.A. in Behavioral Science from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and an M.A. in Social Psychology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. As a research assistant at the Hebrew University, she helped develop a unique experiment concerning social behavior in twins, with a focus on pro-social behavior: the tendency to share, to cooperate and to express sympathy. This research into the collaborative side of life fits perfectly with SIT’s person-centric philosophy, and Dikla has been happy to make her professional home with SIT for over five years.

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Tuesday, May 8 , 2018 

Mentoring is a powerful practice. Mentoring success, however, is not automatic: mentoring relationships can and do fail. Our Being a MENTOR workshop is designed to increase the success rate and build up the number of accomplished mentoring Leaders at every level in the organization. During this highly interactive workshop participants will learn the different steps of the mentoring process and develop the skills and behaviors that will enable them to become effective mentors.

BEING A 

 MENTOR

Workshop #3

The Speakers

Elena Donets

Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Duco, Co-Founder at StarTAU

 

Elena's biggest passion is creating innovation platforms. She has much success and experience in startup communities and acceleration programs building and management, bringing valuable business connections to large corporates and successful startups. Having brought to life hundreds of conferences, startup challenges, hackathons and other innovation events, Elena is also the leading expert in event design and management. Being a model entrepreneur, as well as an experienced corporate consultant, Elena is skilled in innovation needs diagnostics, intrapreneurial pipeline building and executive consulting.

 

Elena also teaches educational courses to innovation managers, bringing knowledge on how to effectively succeed in innovation projects within an organization.

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ABOUT 

BE ALL

BE ALL is a breakthrough concept for companies of all sizes and sectors.

We are offering upscale offices in co-working spaces, business development services and bonding activities for ALL employees. It is a space for invention and innovation, entrepreneurship, ideas sharing and social action – developed with the vision of leading the shared work space segment to a whole new level of efficiency, excellence, professional content, collaboration, fun and culture.

 

ALON TOWER

94 YIGAL ALON

TEL AVIV

Tel: 073-3277500

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