This is a session at Innov8rs Bangkok, 23 – 24 January  2019

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Executing Social Innovation That Delivers a Bottom Line

In this session, we’ll focus on HOW an organization can effectively integrate and execute a Corporate Social Innovation Program that is “doing good” as well as “doing well” so that investments are sound and sustainable business decisions.

Richard James Gilman
William Malek

William lives and breathes Innovation and Execution. He is the co-author of Executing Your Strategy: How to Break it Down & Get it Done, published by the Harvard Business School Press, 2008. He is a former Program Director and Senior Instructor for the Stanford Advanced Project Management Program at Stanford University.

William has been involved with product development and high growth innovative technology and business model disruptions since his early years working in the Gas and Electric industry.  This included productizing and commercializing Natural Gas Vehicle (NGV) systems in the U.S. and developing innovative performance-based financing programs for energy conservation for both commercial and industrial markets in the electric industry. The program he designed won the Edison Electric Institute Innovation of the Year award.

William has worked with Design Thinking as innovation framework since the year 2000 and has been at the intersection of commercial and academic thinking for nearly twenty years.  He included Design Thinking in the Stanford Advanced Project Management Program in 2001 as an effective outcome-driven approach to scoping projects.

William is currently the Innovation Center Delivery Team Lead for SEAC, a leading executive education provider in ASEAN.