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Who:Julia Hitzbleck has spent the last five years building German multinational pharmaceutical and life sciences company Bayer’s innovation ecosystem, with the aim of driving cultural change and business impact. She is now building her own consulting firm to help senior leaders and organizations embrace the potential of exponential technologies in their digital transformation, tap into open innovation ecosystems and build purpose-driven, highly scalable organizations
Topic: How corporates can best prepare for exponential change.
Quote: “Don’t use linear milestones as a way of reviewing how much progress has been made. Instead think about how you can accelerate learning and generate more insights.”
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