Associate Partner at Strategyzer, he helps large organizations innovate for the future while managing their core business. He has given keynotes, run workshops, and worked as a consultant for several large organizations, including Rabobank, American Express, Standard Bank, Unilever, Airbus, Pearson, Lufthansa-Airplus, The British Museum, Copenhagen Fintech and The Royal Academy of Engineers.
Tendayi co-designed Pearson’s Product Lifecycle, which is an innovation framework that won the Best Innovation Program 2015 at the Corporate Entrepreneur Awards in New York. He has been shortlisted for the Thinkers50 Innovation Award and was named on the Thinkers50 2018 Radar List for emerging management thinkers to watch.
Tendayi has written three books based on his research and consulting experience, Pirates In The Navy, The Corporate Startup, and The Lean Product Lifecycle. The Corporate Startup was awarded the 2018 CMI Management Book Of The Year In Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
He is currently working on another book, Right Question, Right Time. He is also a regular contributing writer for Forbes. Tendayi spent over 12 years in academia, during which time he taught at the University of Kent, where he is now an Honorary Senior Lecturer. He has also been a Research Fellow at Stanford University and Research Assistant at Harvard University
In this hands-on and practical session, Alex Osterwalder and Tendayi Viki show how they coach business leaders to make decisions in a world of uncertainty. They outline how managing an existing business and inventing or exploring new ones are fundamentally different. In an uncertain world, leaders need to design the conditions for the best ideas and projects to emerge. Alex and Tendayi introduce a series of fundamental underlying conditions leaders need to put in place and explain a variety of tools and processes to manage in a context of uncertainty.
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