Innovation Tour 2018

Skills, Culture and 4 Archetypes of Success

in partnership with

The definitive event series for the senior HR or business leader looking to drive innovation in their organisation

As we enter the 4th industrial revolution the real differentiator is between those who innovate, and those who don’t. Yet organisations each have their own unique culture, processes and strategies – where very different types of innovation are effective.

So to understand how organisations can best orchestrate innovation, IDC has interviewed 1,917 HR, IT and Business executives across 14 European countries. The results? Will be exclusively presented in Geneva.

Let’s get innovative. Join us in Geneva to discover:

  • Ground-breaking insights from one of the largest targeted HR and business-related surveys ever conducted in Europe
  • How your archetype impacts HR & business alignment, employee engagement and people development strategy
  • Which rules in the game of “Future Work” has changed and which HR trends in 2018 are on
  • The Reality, the Myth and the Vision of learning culture and human capital
  • What does talent management system user say and how innovations effected their organisation


08:30 - 09:00

Arrival & Coffee

09:00 – 09:30

Francois Mathieu, Regional Sales Manager Switzerland at Cornerstone and Sally-Ann Moore, Head of Content and Strategy at Learning Technologie

09:30 - 10:30

Future Culture – Organisations with Innovation at the Core.
Geoffroy de Lestrange, Senior Product Marketing Manager EMEA, Cornerstone

10:30 – 11:00

Future Work - The game has changed, and so have the rules. Deloitte´s 2018 Global & Swiss Human Capital Trends
Tanguy Dulac, Senior Manager Human Capital at Deloitte Consulting Switzerland

11:00 – 11:20

Break & Networking

11:20 - 11:50

How does a talent management system effects the work of HR in reality?

11:50 - 12:20

Learning Culture & Human Capital: The Reality, the Myth and the Vision
Sally-Ann Moore, Head of Content and Strategy at Learning Technologies


Lunch & Networking





  • Geoffroy de Lestrange

    Associate Director Product Marketing EMEA

    At Cornerstone, Geoff is responsible for defining how our solutions best help our customers and potential customers achieve their talent objectives and drive innovation and impact across the business.

  • Sally-Ann Moore

    Head of Content and Strategy, Learning Technologies

    Sally-Ann has had a long career in L&D. Having managed a large EMEA training organization and eLearning projects for over 2 million learners, today she works as an event director, L&D consultant, moderator and trainer.

  • Tanguy Dulac

    Senior Manager Human Capital, Deloitte Consulting Switzerland SA

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