Ideas Economy: Innovation Forum 2013

Redefining the speed of business

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18 speakers

  • Chris Anderson @chr1sa Author, “Makers: The New Industrial Revolution"
  • Tim Draper @TimDraper Managing director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson
  • Ann Miura-Ko @annimaniac Co-founding partner, FLOODGATE
  • Navi Radjou @NaviRadjou Co-author, "Jugaad Innovation: Think Frugal, Be Flexible, Generate Breakthrough Growth"
  • Raj Subramaniam @RajViews SVP global marketing and customer experience, FedEx Services
  • Patricia Morrison Chief information officer, Cardinal Health
  • Mary Humiston SVP, global human resources, Applied Materials
  • Laslo Bock Chief people officer, Google
  • Deborah Hopkins Chair of venture capital initiatives and chief innovation officer, Citigroup
  • Guy Wollaert @gwollaert Chief technical officer, The Coca-Cola Company
  • John Noseworthy President and CEO, Mayo Clinic
  • Eric Brandt Chief financial officer, Broadcom

9 sessions

Haas School of Business

United States United States / Berkeley

UC Berkeley, 2220 Piedmont Ave Berkeley, CA, 94720

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  • Carolyn Carson
  • Chris Anderson
  • Tim Draper
  • Ann Miura-Ko
  • Navi Radjou
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  • Bernadette Fernandes
  • Rajesh Subramaniam
  • Patty Morrison
  • Robin Washington
  • PeterDiamandis
  • Blair Christie
  • James Curleigh
  • Mark Garrett
  • Robert B. Tucker
  • Mary Humiston
  • Vikram Sivakumar
  • Guy Wollaert

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