Is your business struggling to innovate?
Through my company Benneli Jacobs, I have run workshops and worked as a consultant for several large corporates including Rabobank, American Express, Standard Bank, Unilever, Airbus, Pearson, Lufthansa-Airplus, The British Museum, Copenhagen Fintech and The Royal Academy of Engineers.
I’ve also 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.
I’ve also been shortlisted for the Thinkers 50 Innovation Award and was recently named on the Thinkers50 2018 Radar List for emerging management thinkers to watch.
If your business needs help with innovation, get in touch to find out more.
At Pearson, I have been part of a team developing and implementing the Global Product Lifecycle. The ultimate goal is to help Pearson develop a balanced portfolio with core, adjacent and transformational innovation.
Find out how I helped increase the speed of innovation at Standard Bank by bringing it closer to customers and using experimentation and iterative methods.
At Copenhagen Fintech, we have been working with Tendayi to adopt The Corporate Startup principles and practices for our work. Tendayi’s ground breaking thinking, provides us with a comprehensive language, framework and tools that we can use to help the banking industry prepare for the future.
Tendayi has been working with us as Senior Consultant on our Product Lifecycle at Pearson PLC. His expertise in strategic innovation management and Lean Startup have been invaluable to us. He has helped us apply contemporary strategic thinking and innovation management principles to the context of Pearson, a FTSE100 company.
In Tendayi’s work, we have found frameworks and methods that are extremely relevant and helpful in our efforts to structure our open innovation. We are using his Corporate Startup tools and methods to better qualify investment decisions, as well as secure continued board-level understanding and buy-in to the strategy.