SDI MIAMI

Miami | Florida 11-13 October 2018

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Overview


Enterprises of all sizes are striving to reimagine themselves by creating resilient, agile, creative cultures of innovation. Today's leaders are searching for strategies, structures, processes, and methods to meet the challenges of our fast-paced and uncertain world.

SDI MIAMI is the premiere worldwide summit for leaders interested in all aspects of organizational strategy, design, and innovation. Executives and professionals interested in the intersection of Lean, Design Thinking, Digital Transformation, and Customer Experience converge in Miami to share ideas, learn new concepts, and build lasting friendships.

48+

Hours

Leading talks and discussions on Strategy, Design Thinking, and Customer Experience

12+

Speakers

Brilliant, passionate thought leaders delivering the latest ideas.

300

Strategists & Designers

Join 300 executives, leaders, strategists and designers for an amazing event.

Schedule


Thursday October 12th
8:30am - 9:00am Welcome
Welcome speech and Overview
Will Evans - Executive Producer, SDI Miami
Venue: Lightbox Auditorium

Introduction and remarks to open SDI Miami

9:00am - 9:45am
Blitzkrieg: Lessons in Organizational Agility and Strategy
Stephen Bungay - Director, Ashridge
Venue: Lightbox Auditorium

The German campaign in France in May 1940 introduced the world to the word Blitzkrieg – ‘lightning war’ – with a terrific shock. In just six weeks the Wehrmacht decisively defeated an enemy with whom only twenty years before it had struggled in vain for over four years. It did so by deploying agility against superior strength. Agility enabled it to deliver shock and surprise, and to control tempo – the number of events in a given period of time which require a competitive response. The campaign ended when the competitive response was zero. Agility is valuable in business as well as in war, and it is much talked about today in both contexts. In his keynote presentation, Stephen Bungay will use the example of the German Army to examine what it takes to build and use organisational agility in the context of strategy, and will suggest that it is the tip of an iceberg for operational and competitive excellence. In a description of the events of 1940, he will show how the Germans deployed an operational capability built up over decades to strategic effect, bringing out the different roles played by the top leadership, the distributed leaders, and individuals right down to ordinary soldiers. He will then step back in time and explain how this capability itself evolved, starting with a leadership culture developed in the Prussian Army in the 19th century and fostered by Helmuth von Moltke the Elder and embodied in Doctrine. He will then trace how that culture and doctrine enabled the development of a set of capabilities which were first fully deployed in 1918, but ultimately failed. Learning from that failure, the German Army solved each of the problems that had led to their defeat and developed those capabilities further to create the operational features of what became known as Blitzkrieg. Its elements are fundamental to any organisation which seeks to be agile, and are as valid today as they were 80 or 160 years ago.

10:00am - 10:45am
Crossing the River by Feeling the Stones
Simon Wardley - Researcher, Leading Edge Forum
Venue: Lightbox Auditorium

Deng Xiaoping once described managing the economy as crossing the river by feeling the stones—in other words have a direction but be adaptive. But in a world of constant change, how do you determine the right thing to do? Which pebble to tread on? How do you understand where you’re going and where you need to go? How do you know if your strategy is right? Is there even such a thing? Simon Wardley examines the issue of situational awareness and explains how it applies to technology. Using examples from government and the commercial world, he explores how you can map your environment, identify opportunities to exploit, and learn to play the game.

11:00pm - 12:00pm
The Social Psychology of Leadership Development
Dr. Linda Ginzel - Clinical Professor of Managerial Psychology
Venue: Lightbox Auditorium

What does leadership mean to you? How do you develop more capacity in yourself and those within your organization to both manage and lead? How can you better understand the interpersonal dynamics of social interaction and gain greater self understanding to allow for better decision making and improved outcomes in your organization? Leadership development requires experimenting with your own behaviors in order to foster flexibility, build resilience, and engender trust. Dr. Ginzel's work enables executives to develop a sense-making mindset similar to how design thinkers explore problem and solution spaces with ethnography and rapid prototyping. Thinking more like a social psychologist is the key to leading through dynamic uncertainty and market complexities. People generally act as though the causes of action emanate from inside the person. However, in strong situations (contexts modulated by time and actors), behavior is more likely due to factors external to the person. As an executive, it is important to recognize the important role you play as a part of someone else’s environment and use your new understanding of contingencies to design and lead better systems. Dr. Ginzel helps executives to make better choices by understanding that they have more control over the various factors in people’s context and situations - such as the work environment, rewards, structures, peers, physical space, nature of the work itself, than they do over people’s internal dispositions or personality. Rather than try to change people, executives can improve outcomes by building stronger situations that yield high performance.

1:30pm - 3:00pm
Leading Strategy Execution Through Uncertain
Dr. Rebecca Homkes - Fellow, London School of Economics
Venue: Lightbox Auditorium

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3:00pm - 4:30pm
LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Breakout Session
Dean Meyers - Chief Innovation Officer, Dean Meyers, Inc.
Venue: Whitebox Room

4:30pm - 5:00pm
Learning Doctrine and Strategic Victory
Trent Hone - Managing Consultant, Excella
Venue: Lightbox Auditorium

Doctrine is a concept developed within the military to aid the execution and enablement of policy and strategy, but has found success in a business context as well. Doctrine and strategy can be thought of as synergistic. Effective doctrines unlock new strategic opportunities, while clear strategies give focus to doctrinal development. In this talk I’ll introduce doctrine, which consists of the fundamental principles, tactics, procedure, frames, and command language that acts to guide decision making for agile teams. The principles are not supposed to be checklists or constraining sets of rules, but instead meant to foster the initiative needed for people (either soldiers or knowledge workers), to be adaptive, creative problem solvers. A learning doctrine can provide a basis for incorporating new ideas, technologies, and organizational designs. Today’s businesses face an imbalance; they devise clever strategies, but largely ignore the potential of doctrine for creating new strategic options. I’ll redress this imbalance and explore how to use doctrine for competitive advantage using two examples. In the years before World War II, the United States Navy developed an extremely flexible doctrine that rapidly integrated combat lessons and continuously evolved. Admiral Ernest J. King’s strategic decision to quickly take the offensive in the South Pacific in mid-1942 leveraged the potential of this approach. As American tactics were refined, naval combat was transformed. Lessons from the fighting led to new methods and structures that enabled victory in the Pacific. Earlier in my career, my team faced a similar challenge. We were “agile,” but lacked a vision for success. A strategic decision focused our efforts on a specific market segment; as we gained experience, we rapidly refined of our approach and procedures. We evolved faster than our competition. We were successful in the emerging mobile solutions space through the synergistic use of clear strategy and a learning doctrine.

5:00pm - 5:45pm
Environments of Uncertainty & Risk: Leadership, Innovation, and Ethical Challenges
Phil Wisecup - Vice Admiral, U.S. Navy (Retired)
Venue: Lightbox Auditorium

The stakes in US Navy operations are high, even when there is no combat. It is serious business. Beyond all discussion, the environment itself at sea is absolutely unforgiving. The US Navy is a force made up of 430,000 Americans - uniformed active and reserve women and men always ready to put lives on the line. This takes commitment, discipline, obedience, self-sacrifice, teamwork, and trust in the person to the right and to the left. Fore-handedness, speed of decision, clear communication, attention to detail are all vital so nobody gets killed . I will share lessons I’ve learned over four decades -- how LEADERSHIP and ETHICS come into play in a large and mature global organization required to be ready for “prompt and sustained combat operations at sea” in order to defend the United States, act as good stewards for billions of taxpayers dollars every year, and be conservative with the lives of our sailors (your children and grandchildren, nieces and nephews). I’ll describe to you the importance of INNOVATION after three years as Director, CNO Strategic Studies Group, and how hard it is within a large organization, yet how important it is for the future of any enterprise to try to continually rejuvenate itself -- to calculate risk, identify talent, to think differently, to protect the mavericks, to fight complacency, and keep from going stale. If some other team eats the US Navy’s lunch, it’s a big deal. Though you might not be readying your ship to sail around the globe, I think you might find these lessons useful, especially if you work with high performance teams. The standard of excellence in the US Navy is hard, harsh, and not always scalable -- excellence sometimes means just surviving -- wicked hard team situations often of high risk, confusion, fear, dissonance, speed, and more.

Friday October 13th, 2017
8:30am - 9:00am
Welcome Message
William Evans - Executive Producer, SDI Miami
Venue: Lightbox Auditorium

9:00am - 9:45am
Building a Design-Driven Culture
Jennifer Kilian - Digital Partner, McKinsey & Company
Venue: Lightbox Auditorium

TBD

10:00am - 10:45am
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Heather Fraser - Founder & CEO, Vuka Innovation
Venue: Lightbox Auditorium

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10:45am - 12:00pm
Lego Serious Play Breakout
Dean Meyers - Chief Innovation Officer, Dean Meyers, Inc.
Venue: Whitebox Room

1:00pm - 1:30pm
Changing the Engine While Driving Down the Highway: Digital Transformations in the Read World
Lisa Kauffman - Chief Marketing Officer, Perry Ellis International
Venue: Lightbox Auditorium

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1:45pm - 2:30pm
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3:00pm - 3:30pm
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4:00pm - 5:00pm
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5:00pm - 5:45pm
Closing Keynote
Speaker - TBD
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Speakers


  • Jennifer Kilian

    Digital Partner
    McKinsey & Company

    Stephen Bungay

    Director
    Ashridge Strategic Management

    Oonie Chase

    Executive Creative Director
    Frog Design

  • Dr. Rebecca Homkes

    Fellow
    London School of Economics

    Dr. Linda Ginzel

    Professor Managerial Psychology
    University of Chicago

    Heather Fraser

    Heather Fraser

    Founder & CEO
    Vuka Innovation

  • Phil Wisecup

    Vice Admiral
    U.S. Navy (Retired)

    Simon Wardley

    Researcher
    Leading Edge Forum

    Lisa Kauffman

    EVP & CMO,
    Perry Ellis International

  • Trent Hone

    Managing Consultant
    Excella Consulting

    Holly O’Driscoll

    Global Design Thinking Leader
    Proctor & Gamble

    Dean Meyers

    Chief Innovation Officer
    Dean Meyers Inc.

Jennifer Kilian
Digital Partner
McKinsey & Company
Jennifer brings to McKinsey’s client services a wealth of experience with several of the best-known and most successful companies in experience design, digital media, and social networking. She focuses on integrating best business practices with compelling design to delight customers and enhance profitability. Essential to that effort is the development of forward-thinking design teams that can work seamlessly across organizational functions—an area where Jennifer brings deep expertise. Equal parts business strategist and creative visionary, she has served as a principal and executive creative director for digital design studios where she built teams, a client base, and products and services from the ground up. She holds patents for several products she designed. Jennifer has directed initiatives for Fortune 500 companies across a range of industries, as well as for start-ups and nonprofits. She advises clients on driving innovation and the behavioral change required to support it while creating products, services, environments, and ecosystems that improve the bottom line. Jennifer is inspired by the next generation of design thinkers. She has been a guest lecturer in the graduate design, technology, and social-innovation programs of New York University, IIT, and The School for Visual Arts, and was formerly on the board of the New Media Consortium and a chair for Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA). She has judged major design awards and spoken on design at leading global forums.
Stephen Bungay
Director
Ashridge Strategic Management
After graduating from Oxford and the University of Tübingen, West Germany, Stephen worked for The Boston Consulting Group for a total of seventeen years before subsequently joining the Ashridge Strategic Management Centre in 2001.   He teaches on executive programmes at several business schools, including Ashridge, and is a regular guest speaker at the Royal College of Defence Studies in London.  He also works as an independent consultant and conference speaker. His first book on military history, The Most Dangerous Enemy – A History of the Battle of Britain, published in 2000, has now become the standard work on the subject.  A second work, Alamein, appeared in 2002. His book about strategy execution, The Art of Action – How Leaders Close the Gaps between Plans, Actions and Results appeared in 2011.  Some of its key concepts being applied in companies ranging from Shell to the Mercedes Formula 1 team and have featured in international conferences. In 2004 he appeared as principle historian in the Channel 4 series ‘Spitfire Ace’ and has continued to contribute to a range of television programmes since then. His current work is focussed on the most effective ways of developing strategy in an environment of high uncertainty.
Oonie Chase
Executive Creative Director
Frog Design
Oonie Chase is a conductor in a world of bursting complexity - specializing in designing relationships, transitions, and new things that create a meaningful, simple, playful wholes from emergent and complex parts. She is a staunch (ardent, passionate) believer that design practiced in this way is a first principle in the success of modern business, and in making the world a better place. She is currently Executive Creative Director at Frog Design. Oonie “…brings gestalt-inducing insights to designing for seduction, empathy, and emotional connection – she is also a badass experience design superhero whose only discernible weakness is her shoe fetish the semiotics of which some future cultural anthropologist could spend a lifetime deconstructing.” – will evans / @semanticwill In previous lives, she was a Director of Experience Design at Weiden & Kennedy, Group Creative Director at DigitasNY, Executive Creative Director at Blast Radius and SVP/Digital Director at GMMB (the folks who brought you Barack Obama). She has concocted digital experiences for the likes of American Express, New York Times, EASports, BioWare, LinkedIn and USAID ranging from the tragically dull to the epically hot and everything in between, some of which have won awards, required patents and/or changed the world (more at about.me/ooonie).
Dr. Rebecca Homkes
Fellow
London School of Economics
Dr. Rebecca Homkes is a Teaching Fellow at the London Business School (LBS)’s Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship as well as its Centre for Management Development. She is also a Fellow at the London School of Economics’ Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) and a Director at the Ashridge Strategic Management Centre.  Through her boutique consultancy firm, she works with CEOs and executive teams of the top global companies and fast-growing enterprises on developing and executing strategies under uncertainty, developing and executing strategies for growth, and internal scaling and growth. Homkes is also a partner at GrowthX Corporate Academy, Director of Corporate Innovation at GrowthX Academy and mentor at GrowthX, where she combines her experience working with entrepreneurial start-ups and enterprises attempting to embed more innovative ways of working.  She is also a co-founder of Next Wave Innovation, a member of several advisory boards including the Silicon Valley Growth Syndicate, directed the joint McKinsey & Co and LSE Centre for Economic Performance Global Management Project since 2007 and serves on several commissions relating to productivity, management and competitiveness policies.  She regularly speaks at international conferences and forums on these topics, has written for publications such as the Harvard Business Review, Businessweek, Fortune, Forbes and has co-authored work featured in the Economist, Financial Times, and Fast Company. A Marshall Scholar, she received her PhD and MSc from the LSE in International Economy and was Indiana University’s top graduate and its sole Herman Wells Scholar, where she earned a BS (Honours) in business administration with majors in finance, accounting and international studies alongside a BA (Honours) in Political Science.  She previously served as a Fellow at the White House’s President’s Council of Economic Advisors and has worked in management and strategy consulting for Bain & Co. in Chicago.
Dr. Linda Ginzel
Professor Managerial Psychology
University of Chicago
Linda E. Ginzel has been on the University of Chicago Booth School of Management faculty since 1992. She specializes in negotiation skills, managerial psychology and executive development. Recent interest is focused on what she terms Leadership Capital: the courage, wisdom and capacity to decide when to manage and when to lead. In 2000 President Clinton awarded her a President's Service Award, the nation's highest honor for volunteer service directed at solving critical social problems. She is also the two-time recipient of the James S. Kemper Jr. Grant in Business Ethics. In addition to her responsibilities at Chicago Booth, Ginzel is the president of Kids In Danger, a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting children by improving children's product safety. She also served as director of the Consumer's Union, the nonprofit publisher of Consumer Reports. She is a charter member of the Association for Psychological Science, as well as a member of the Academy of Management. Ginzel received her bachelor's degree with distinction and Summa Cum Laude in psychology from the University of Colorado in 1984. She studied experimental social psychology at Princeton University where she earned a Master's degree in 1986 and a PhD in 1989. While working on her PhD, she also worked as senior consultant in training and development for Mutual of New York's Group Pensions and Operations Center. Ginzel has taught at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. She received the 2011 Faculty Excellence Award, the Inaugural Global Hillel Einhorn Teaching Award in 2013 and was named an Impact Professor by the class of 2014. Articles Leadership Development’s Epic Fail
Leadership is a Choice
Heather Fraser
Heather Fraser
Founder & CEO
Vuka Innovation
Heather has pursued a lifelong devotion to human insight, business innovation and helping others realize their full potential to innovate. A seasoned practitioner in Business Design, Heather built a track record of brand and business successes over 25 years in industry through leadership positions at Procter & Gamble, Ogilvy & Mather, and TAXI Advertising & Design. In 2005, she co-founded Rotman DesignWorks, a Strategy Innovation Lab at the University of Toronto. As Executive Director, she cultivated Business Design as a discipline, developed and delivered MBA curriculum, worked with over 3,000 executives in innovation projects and training around the world, and contributed to important publications (including DMI:Review, Rotman Magazine, and other journals) and international conferences. Her pragmatic view of innovation is captured in her book, "Design Works: How to Tackle Your Toughest Business Challenges through Business Design". Published in 5 languages, her book serves as both textbook in universities and guidebook for practitioners. In 2012, Heather founded Vuka Innovation (VukaInnovation.com) to expand this work beyond the academic realm. Vuka (a Zulu word that means ‘to reawaken and stir into action’) is dedicated to helping organizations unlock their internal capacity to innovate through the application of Business Design principles and practices. She believes that innovation only begins with design thinking, and must be followed through to designing strategy, organizational systems & structures and an agile culture to sustain results. She continues to hold the positions of Adjunct Professor, Researcher, and Business Design Expert in Residence at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. Heather is also the Founder and Chair of Firefly Foundation (FireflyFoundation.org), a charity dedicated to advancing research on neurodegenerative diseases and supporting the next generation of aspiring neuroscientists in their pursuits.
Phil Wisecup
Vice Admiral
U.S. Navy (Retired)
Vice Adm. Wisecup is from Piqua, Ohio. A 1977 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, Wisecup earned his Master’s degree in International Relations from the University of Southern California, graduated from the Naval War College in 1998, and also earned a degree from the University of Strasbourg, France, as an Olmsted Scholar in 1982. At sea, he served as executive officer of USS Valley Forge (CG 50) during Operation Desert Storm.  As commanding officer, USS Callaghan (DDG 994), he was awarded the Vice Admiral James Stockdale Award for Inspirational Leadership.  He served as commander, Destroyer Squadron 21 during Operation Enduring Freedom after 9/11. His last sea assignment was commander, Carrier Strike Group 7 (USS Ronald Reagan Strike Group). Ashore, Wisecup was assigned to NATO Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, served as force planner and ship scheduler for Commander, U.S. Naval Surface Forces, Pacific, and served as action officer for Navy Headquarters Plans/Policy Staff.  He served as a CNO fellow on the Chief of Naval Operations Strategic Studies Group; as director, White House Situation Room, and Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Korea. He most recently served as the 52nd president of the U.S. Naval War College. Wisecup assumed his duties as the 38th Naval Inspector General, April 18, 2011. Wisecup's awards include the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, and various unit, service and campaign awards.
Simon Wardley
Researcher
Leading Edge Forum
Simon Wardley is a Researcher for the Leading Edge Forum, a global research and thought leadership community dedicated to helping large organizations become more successful by identifying and adopting Next Practices at the growing intersection between business and information technology. Simon’s focus is on the intersection of IT strategy and new technologies.  His most recent published research (January 2016) is entitled “Clash of the Titans: Can China Dethrone Silicon Valley?” where he examines the impact of strategic competition at a national and global level, gauging the progress China has made and the likely developments going forward. His previous research covers topics including Of Wonders and Disruption, The Future is More Predictable Than You Think: A Workbook for Value Chain Mapping.  Simon has also covered topics including “Beware of Geeks Bearing Gifts: Strategies for an Increasingly Open Economy,” “Learning from Web 2.0,” and “A Lifecycle Approach to Cloud Computing.” Simon has spent the last 20 years defining future IT strategies for companies in the FMCG, Retail and IT industries. From Canon’s early leadership in the cloud computing space in 2005, to Ubuntu’s recent dominance as the No 1 Cloud operating system.
Lisa Kauffman
EVP & CMO,
Perry Ellis International
Lisa is the Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, for Perry Ellis International overseeing global branding, consumer insights, digital marketing, loyalty programs, direct marketing, and public relations across a diverse portfolio of iconic men’s and women’s apparel brands including Perry Ellis, Original Penguin and Laundry by Shelli Segal. Most recently, Lisa held the role of CMO of Celebrity Cruises, responsible for the premium brand’s overall marketing program.  While at Celebrity, Lisa’s team had numerous accomplishments including successfully repositioning the brand with the “modern luxury” platform and leading the brand’s transition to a Digital-first orientation. Prior to joining Celebrity Cruises, Lisa was the senior vice president of marketing at Macy’s Florida, formerly Burdines, where she led a team responsible for marketing, advertising, sales promotion, public relations, special events, loyalty programs, and direct marketing. She was credited with several innovative marketing and sales strategies to support product launches, promotions, customer loyalty programs, store openings and brand enhancement.
Trent Hone
Managing Consultant
Excella Consulting
Trent Hone is a Managing Consultant with Excella Consulting and an award-winning naval historian. He works with software and IT organizations to improve their art of practice, increase effectiveness, and accelerate learning. He has helped dozens of government and commercial teams around the world in Asia, Europe, and North America. Trent writes and speaks about organizational learning, doctrine, and strategy and how the three interrelate. He has been awarded the U.S. Naval War College’s Edward S. Miller Prize and the Naval History and Heritage Command’s Ernest M. Eller Prize, and he was a finalist for Lean Kanban’s Brickell Key Award. He has presented at Lean Kanban North America, Lean Agile Scotland, and the Society of Military History's Annual Meeting.
Holly O’Driscoll
Global Design Thinking Leader
Proctor & Gamble
Holly O’Driscoll is a champion of human centered design and innovation at Procter & Gamble. She has spent the past 6 years building capability in thousands of P&Gers around the globe on the method and mindset of Design Thinking in her role as Global Design Thinking Leader. In this role, she has programmed and facilitated more than 140 Design Thinking experiences, often at the request of P&G’s senior leaders. Holly’s passions include problem framing, connecting people and ideas, and creating organizational conditions that allow human creativity and curiosity to thrive. Throughout her 20 year tenure with P&G, Holly has built a reputation as a human centered innovation strategist & facilitator, often challenging assumptions while unleashing the potential of individuals, groups, and ideas. Having spent time in both the technical and commercial sides of the business, Holly is an effective translator between left brain analytical approaches and divergent right brain styles. As a result, she has experienced the value that diversity of thought, experience, and mindset can bring to solving a wide variety of business challenges.
Dean Meyers
Chief Innovation Officer
Dean Meyers Inc.
Dean Meyers is the Chief Innovation Officer of the Design Thinking & Strategy consultancy Dean Meyers Inc. He is also Publisher and Managing Editor of VizWorld.com. Dean facilitates, coaches, and trains executives with visual-thinking methods in strategic planning, process innovation, customer experience focused marketing, and the application of VR/AR/MR for organizational learning.

His clients include technology firms, enterprise manufacturers of food and pharmaceuticals, military and government agencies, educational institutions, as well as advertising and media companies.

Dean is a certified Lego® Serious Play® facilitator and former CTO and board member of the International Forum of Visual Practitioners. To share his enthusiasm and belief in the power of applying visual thinking to improve the quality of individual and business intelligence, communication and decision-making abilities, he publishes the online news media, www.VizWorld.com.

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