WEBINAR: Culture of Innovation with Amazon Web Services
Organizations of all sizes often ask how they can innovate like Amazon. Since its humble beginnings as the "world's largest bookstore," Amazon has not only innovated across ecommerce and other adjacent segments, it has also introduced entirely new and unrelated businesses to the organization. Over the years, Amazon has gotten good at taking problems that are hard to solve and making them easy for customers.
The current pandemic is accelerating our need to prepare for the future. Collaboration, innovation, and adapting to the new normal are all needed to better serve our customers. We believe that the time to innovate is now!
In this session, we discuss how Amazon views and leverages technology as a utility to increase the pace of innovation across the organization. If you are a leader in your organization, join us to learn about Amazon’s innovation pillars, and how you can use our blueprint to help you bring your next transformative idea to the market – fast and at scale.
Coral Kennett has 17+ years’ experience helping organizations solve challenging business problems with IT solutions. As a part of the AWS Digital Innovation team, Coral works to introduce organizations to Amazon's peculiar customer-centric approach to innovation. Coral joined Amazon Web Services (AWS) in 2017 and is currently the Digital Innovation Lead at the Canadian Cloud Innovation Center (CIC), a public-private collaboration between the University of British Columbia and Amazon. The UBC-CIC identifies digital transformation challenges that matter to the community and provides subject matter expertise and Amazon’s innovation methodology to create impactful digital solutions. Coral holds a Bachelor Degree in International Business from the University of Victoria, and a Master Degree in Educational Technologies from the University of British Columbia.
This webinar takes place on Wednesday, April 7, at 12pm EST. Registration closes 90 minutes prior to the start of the webinar.