Listen to inspirational case stories and speakers and get new insights that will challenge your way of thinking and working.
We will look at how companies need to think in alternative future scenarios and how creative people can make this happen.
We will also help you put what you've learned into practice through using exercises designed to break old habits and start you on the path to achieving good, creative and profitable results.
- Carsten Beck, Director of Research at the Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies, is a future studies expert. The objective of this institute is to strengthen the basis for decision-making in public and private organisations by creating awareness of future trends and highlighting their importance to the present.
- Rasmus W. Tscherning, Director at the Center for Culture and Experience Economy (CKO) has substantial expertise in strategic consultancy and business development. CKO was founded to promote how the business community can increase growth and innovation and to strengthen the creative sectors’ business understanding.
- Thomas Lütken, Vovemod. Since 2004, Thomas has been helping companies to break habits in order to create a stronger personal foundation for innovating their processes and products. Thomas is also a pioneer in habit-breaking experiments.
- Eskild Mads Eskildsen, KMD, Rikke Vium Madsen, Teater Katapult and Gustav Friberg, GoProces: The IT-company KMD, the theater Katapult and GoProces joined forces to strengthen product development: “AudioMove.org – emphatic user-driven product development
Backstage Innovation takes place at Roskilde Festival 5 July.
Price DKK 2350/ EUR 316 incl. VAT.
After the event there will be plenty of opportunity to enjoy the Festival’s wide variety of music and cultural events and to network with other professionals in Backstage Village (restricted area). Please note that places at this workshop are strictly limited.
Program for Backstage Innovation:
10.00-10.15: Welcome, RF
10.15.10.45: Innovation in an ephemeral future, Carsten Beck, The Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies
10.45-11.00: Does creative-driven innovation ever pay?
How can you use creative people to create innovation and business development. And does it ever pay? Rasmus W. Tscherning, CKO
11.00-11.30: Case: Using the senses in product development.
How KMD developed its IT systems by working with Teater Katapult. Eskild Mads Eskildsen, KMD and Rikke Vium Madsen, Teater Katapult and Gustav Friberg, GoProces.
11.45-12.30: Design your experience:
How you can use design as a tool for product development, communication and organisation. Thomas Lütken, Vovemod
13.00-13.15: Introduction to group work activity
Thomas Lütken, CIFS and CKO
13.15-14.15: Experience Open Innovation at Roskilde Festival
Group work on the festival site
14.15-15.00: Feedback from the group work
Participants meet on the festival site to give feedback from the activity. Thomas Lütken, CKO and CIFS