Session Details

Leading through Innovation  

Level :
Beginner
Date :
12:45 PM Sunday
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Presentation

How can I create and lead sustainable business transformation in my organization? How can I manage organizational change in my organization? How can I lead innovation to create long term transformation/adoption from a people, process, and technology perspective? We will explore answers to these questions by examining several organizational change management (OCM) frameworks (such as The McKinsey 7-S Model, KYOCERA's Organizational Change Management Consulting Approach, etc.) and recommend how to best utilize these frameworks. We will analyze the business transformations of several Silicon Valley Tech Companies and dig deeper into the process modifications (such as the creation of corporate startup accelerator programs) and tech tools utilized to create organizational change. We will also go through change management team building activities that you can take back with you to your organizations to begin conversations on change leadership and innovation.

This session is for current and prospective directors, engineering directors/managers, technical program managers, technical management consultant, change management consultants, and technical product managers. Managers that are involved with business transformations are expected to benefit the most.

The Speaker(s)

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Aaron Sahagun

I am the Head of the Technical Program Management Office (TPMO) at Kyocera in the SF East Bay where I founded the Organizational Change Management (OCM) Consulting practice (management consulting practice) and founded KyoVentures (Kyocera's SF Bay Area Corporate Startup Accelerator). I am an Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP), Certified Scrum Master (CSM) & Certified Change Management Specialist (CMS). Prior to Kyocera & TubeMogul, Aaron founded Alumwire, Inc. where he project managed the development of Alumwire's proprietary video chat software during the early days of the Company in Berkeley, CA. He drove the Company’s strategic direction, business development and marketing activities as its CEO. Aaron was named by BusinessWeek as one of “The Top 25 Young Entrepreneurs”. Aaron was also featured on NBC, CBS and CNET. The initial sales of $100K+ from Alumwire’s Fortune 500 beta clients led to a $1.4 million dollar financing round. Aaron successfully exited Alumwire in 2011 (acquired by TalentCircles, Inc. in August, 2011). Aaron earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from The Walter A. Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to attending UC Berkeley, Aaron attended a private, technical high school in Los Angeles where he majored in computer science and developed games in Visual C++, C++, Visual Basic and Javascript. He programmed e-commerce web sites for several companies in the L.A. area during his teenage years.
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