Apr 12, 2022
Corporate innovation is at the heart of any business success.
Bruno Pešec helps business leaders innovate profitably He is one of the rare innovators who can claim that he has worked on a regulation-defying freight train and an award-winning board game for teaching entrepreneurship and innovation.
With ten years of experience in different industries—including defence, manufacturing, education, entertainment, and financial services—he has delivered projects that had positive impact on GDP of several countries, succeeded and failed inventing and innovating, and overcame several problems and challenges with no obvious solutions.
In addition to his corporate experience with brands like DNV, DNB, and Kongsberg Group, Bruno is deeply involved with the global entrepreneurial community. He co-founded Norwegian Lean Startup Circle, Norway's largest Lean Startup community, and Founder Institute Norway, the world’s premier idea-stage accelerator and startup launch program. He often serves as a mentor and judge at various accelerators, incubators, and events across the globe.
His academic credentials include a master's degree with distinction in industrial engineering and management, specialization in production and quality engineering, and an advanced management diploma with specialization in strategy and innovation. He has also been trained by Toyota in corporate value creation and innovation. Bruno is currently undertaking a doctorate in organizational change, with a particular focus on the issues with innovation in large enterprises.
He has been a passionate practitioner of martial arts since 1997, having trained in karate, wrestling, and muay thai. Bruno resides in Oslo, Norway, with the love of his life, Tamara. We are here to discuss The Politics of Corporate Innovation.
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