The Innovation Imperative: People Matter, Build a Tribe
August 8th, Peter Kung, Vice President of Innovation and Virtual Health, SCL Health
It is often said, culture eats strategy for breakfast. In this conversation, we will explore how culture can also eat Innovation for breakfast and how one can help an organization to embrace Innovation by becoming a ‘Learning Culture.’ Today’s most profoundly impactful organizations are using a completely different operating model; they are lean, mean, learning machines.
Strategy/innovation and culture are among the primary levers in the never-ending quest to maintain organizational viability and effectiveness. The best leaders are fully aware of the multiple cultures within which they are embedded, can sense when change is required, and can deftly influence the process and to align the organization to its strategy and innovation mandates.
- Understanding that We Are in ‘new ball game’
Our Industry Continues to be Transformed
- Defining Innovation
- Becoming a ‘Learning’ Culture
Case Study: Social Determinants of Health
Peter Kung serves as the Vice President of Innovation and Virtual Health for SCL Health. He is responsible for developing the full continuum of innovation and virtual health services; focusing on creating consumer-oriented solutions to improve access and experience, and forming new avenues for system growth.
Previously, he worked with UCLA Health System and Health Sciences in Los Angeles for 13 years, where he most recently served as the Director of Strategic Technologies. Kung earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Irvine; a master’s degree in information systems and technology from Claremont Graduate University; and a MBA from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA.
WHEN: Thursday, August 8th from 12 noon to 2 p.m.
WHERE: COPIC offices, 7351 Lowry Blvd., Denver, CO 80230
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