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Alex Goryachev Global Technology Executive - Digitization, Transformation and Innovation, WSJ Bestselling Author
Chief Executive Magazine: With today's digital economy perpetuating the notion of “disrupt or die,” simply saying you are innovative or lumping innovation efforts in with R&D and product development are not enough. To survive and thrive, all organizations need an innovation program.
Alex Goryachev is an entrepreneurial go-getter. He takes risks, thinks ahead, and loves making way for new innovations. Over the past 20 years, he's made it his business to turn disruptive concepts into emerging business models.
Innovation? It Needs to Be Woven Into Every Aspect of Your Company's Culture
Larger companies must maintain the startup mindset to stay innovative and keep growing.
Innovation is more than just a new technological invention or new product development. It is an ongoing approach that connects personal passions with business goals, and it must be interwoven throughout every aspect of the organization
Singapore Innovation Center News Coverage
Milan Innovation Center Coverage
As one of Silicon Valley's oldest and largest tech employers, Cisco sometimes finds itself battling the image of a big, bureaucratic company where employees' ideas are lost in a sea of red tape. But having an innovation-first reputation is more important than ever in the tech industry's war for talent, which is why it has launched a "maker" space for employees at its headquarters.