In the third episode of our popular NS Roundtable series, Keeping Innovation Alive, innovation executives from Eaton, Nokia and OMRON Healthcare share their thoughts on what corporate innovation will likely look like in the future.
During this hour-long event, we challenge our three panelists (and our attendees) to view innovation through both a short-term and long-term lens: What problems are we solving this week? What problems will we be solving in 2021? What about in 2030... and beyond?
This event is moderated by Bill Nottingham, Vice President of Growth at Nottingham Spirk.
Ramanath I. Ramakrishnan, Eaton As Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for Eaton, Ramanath has responsibility for driving innovations in the areas of industrial digitalization, energy transformation and mobility. He originally joined Eaton in 2005 as a Director of Corporate Technology and later was named Senior Vice President of Technology for the Industrial Sector, where he led significant technology and innovation programs for Eaton’s Aerospace, Hydraulics and Vehicle businesses.
Ranndy Kellogg, OMRON Healthcare, Inc. As President and CEO, Ranndy spearheads OMRON’s bold mission of Going for Zero™ – the effort to eliminate heart attack and stroke. Under his leadership, OMRON launched the first wearable blood pressure monitor, HeartGuide™, and the first blood pressure monitor with EKG capability for home use, Complete™. In his prior position as COO, Ranndy led the initiative to transform OMRON into a more digitally focused company.
Leslie Shannon, Nokia As Head of Ecosystem and Trend Scouting, Leslie focuses on identifying disruptions and opportunities for Nokia and its operator partners coming from outside the traditional telco world. She is passionate not only about bringing strategic insight to Nokia and its customers, but also about introducing successful new paradigms from Silicon Valley to the telecommunications mindset and continues to be a highly regarded analyst and speaker.