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Top 10 world’s most influential management thinker by Thinkers50. Speaker Scott Anthony has worked with governments, Global 1000 companies, startups, and nonprofits, helping them grow and transform. Organizations book Scott Anthony to learn how to turn ambiguity into opportunity, how to unite a team, how corporate catalysts are assisting large businesses progress, and how to build a culture of innovation.
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Business speaker Scott Anthony is a writer, strategic advisor, and an expert on innovation and growth. In 2010, he moved to Singapore where he took on the role of Innosight’s Managing Director, specifically dealing with Asia-Pacific operations.
During his tenure at Innosight, Scott has been working with governments, Global 1000 companies, startups, and nonprofits. His aim is to help all of these entities grow and transform, no matter the type of disruption they may come across.
From 2012 to 2018, speaker Scott Anthony was Innosight’s Managing Partner. During those years, the company thrived financially and gained an excellent reputation in Europe. Innosight did so well that consulting company Huron acquired it in 2017. In 2020, Scott co-authored the book Eat, Sleep, Innovate, which aims to empower people to be creative and curious.
Scott Anthony also wrote Dual Transformation, a book that teaches companies to take advantage of disruptive transformation to become a strong business both today and in the future. Scott has written several other bestselling books. Furthermore, he has written articles for Sloan Management Review and Harvard Business Review, as well as over 200 submissions for HBR.org.
Starting in 2009, Scott spent six years working for IDEAS Ventures. In 2013, he also joined MediaCorp as Board of Director. In 2017, he obtained the Thinkers50 Innovation Award. The award is given to those who have contributed the most to studying innovation. That same year, Scott also came 34th in Thinkers50 world’s most influential management thinkers’ list.
In 2021, Thinkers50 listed Scott as the world’s seventh most influential management thinker.
Business leaders today are facing unprecedented levels of disruption and ambiguity. These challenges can also create opportunities for those who are able to navigate them effectively. New technologies, competitors, and customer preferences are constantly shifting the landscape, and traditional approaches to strategy and growth are no longer sufficient. In this interactive discussion, Innosight Managing Partner Scott Anthony presents a toolkit for aligning around a shared vision of the future and creating the organizational momentum to achieve it. Anthony will describe how to follow five "new rules of strategy," including exploring scenarios while also taking a stand, accepting rough answers but demanding precise assumptions, and experimenting to drive growth and innovation.
Creating a shared vision and understanding among leadership teams is essential for the success of ambitious initiatives such as growth, digital transformation, and culture change. However, even teams that appear aligned may be plagued by divisions and doubts that can undermine these efforts. In this talk, top management thinker Scott Anthony presents a programmatic approach to achieving leadership alignment that has helped organizations successfully launch long-term growth strategies and major innovation initiatives. Based on insights from neuroscience and behavioral psychology, this approach includes structured dialogues, visualization, and interactive exercises that engage participants and help them overcome common behavioral traps. By uniting around a clear strategy for the future, teams can overcome obstacles and achieve their goals more effectively.
Startups and "unicorns" like Uber and Airbnb are transforming markets around the world, but it can be challenging for companies to achieve the same level of growth and impact. Some larger companies, such as Medtronic and Unilever, have found success by combining the resources of a larger organization with entrepreneurial energy. An emerging role that enables this kind of success is the corporate catalyst, a mission-driven leader who brings together corporate resources to solve global challenges and navigate disruptive environments while focusing on innovation-led growth. This talk is ideal for professionals looking to understand how to harness the power of corporate resources to drive innovation and impact.
Many organizations aspire to create a "culture of innovation," characterized by a natural and regular flow of new ideas and solutions. However, building such a culture can be challenging. In this interactive discussion, Innosight Managing Partner Scott Anthony provides practical tips and insights for how to create a culture of innovation within an organization. Anthony discusses the essential elements of a culture that supports innovation, including four intertwined systems, and offers guidance on how to identify and address the barriers that may be holding an organization back. He also provides strategies for identifying, developing, and motivating innovation talent within the organization, and for balancing the leadership tensions between operational excellence and innovation.
In this interactive workshop, Scott Anthony leads a discussion on how to turn ambiguity and disruption into opportunities for growth and innovation. Through hands-on exercises, participants will gain clarity on their present reality, future ambition, path to the future, and point of departure. They will also develop a common language and actionable tools for driving "Dual Transformation" within their organization. This workshop is ideal for professionals looking to navigate uncertainty and drive strategic change within their organization.
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