Valuation, a missing key to selling innovation efforts?

Quantifying potential value is key to buy-in and effective portfolio management

Our data, from over 5,000 organizations in 105 countries, show that the average organization lacks a robust system for choosing and allocating resources to innovation projects. By making valuation a part of your toolkit, you add a key aspect of resource allocation: where do we have potential value? Being able to show value is also key to selling projects internally, especially to the C-level and the board. Join us in a webinar where we show how valuation can be carried out for innovation projects in different stages. 

Time: 9 am EST, March 9, 2021

About Magnus Penker

Magnus Penker is an internationally renowned thought leader on innovation, sustainability, and business transformation. He is often a speaker at prestigious global forums and events, such as the Global Peter Drucker Forum, at top-ranked international business and design schools, and at meetings run by a variety of associations, including some of the world’s largest companies. Mr. Penker is currently writing a five-volume series on business innovation titled The Complete Guide to Business Innovation and he is an editor for the International Journal of Innovation Science. He has been honored by the Business Worldwide Magazine as the ‘Most Innovative CEO Sweden 2016’ and named as one of the Global Top 100 CEOs in 2018 by CEO Monthly. Additionally, he has launched 10 start-ups as well as acquired, turned around, and sold 30+ SMEs all over Europe.

About Johan Persson

Johan is an innovation consultant and entrepreneur with more than 15 years of experience in strategizing, scenario planning, innovation management, leadership, and technology scouting as well as in investing in and financing early-stage technology projects. He focuses on the commercialization of new innovations and managing innovation portfolios as well as scenario planning and decision-making under uncertainty.

Johan has an MBA from INSEAD with a focus on entrepreneurship and innovation and an MSc in engineering physics from Luleå University of Technology in Sweden. He studied materials physics at postgraduate level at the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden.