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Innovation expert Tristan Kromer connects the dots for HR Leaders between the company innovation strategy and the role that HR can and should play. He discusses the importance of an experimentation mindset and culture, offering practical suggestions that HR can leverage.
As a lean startup coach and founder of Kromatic, Tristan works with teams and leaders to apply lean startup principles and build innovation ecosystems.
Tristan has worked with accelerators and innovation leaders in dozens of countries from Nest’UP in Belgium to Fast Forward in Palestine. He has worked with companies ranging from early-stage startups with zero revenue to established businesses with >$10M USD revenue (Kiva, Cancer Research U.K., TES) to enterprise companies with >$1B USD revenue. (Unilever, Salesforce, LinkedIn).
Tristan regularly speaks, appears on panels, and gives workshops internationally with organizations such as the Stanford Center for Entrepreneurial Studies & D-school, Global Product Management Talks, Lean Startup Machine, General Electric (GE), and more.
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Our guest this week is Elay Cohen who joins HR Studio Podcast to discuss his work enabling employees and organizations in order to accelerate business growth. Elay explains the critical role that HR can play in facilitating organizational success by focusing on "role-based" versus 'one size fits all programs.' He argues that HR leaders can be part of the strategic business conversation by coming to the table with an enablement-first mindset for modern learning. He explains why and how to accomplish this. Listen in to hear Elay's perspectives on engagement versus enablement, the importance of digital transformation in accelerating change, and the importance of personalized learning aligned to business goals and metrics.
Elay Cohen is Co-founder & CEO @SalesHood, a Sales Enablement Platform. He has been recognized as Top Innovative "Mover and Shaker" in sales leadership by Entrepreneur magazine and he is a two times author and former SVP of sales productivity at Salesforce, where he introduced training and coaching programs that accelerated the company's growth from a $500-million business to an enterprise worth more than 3 billion. Elay is on a mission to modernize how companies enable their people in a business environment that is undergoing a digital transformation with advances in video, mobile, cloud computing, and even microlearning. His latest book is Enablement Mastery: Grow Your Business Faster by Aligning Your People, Processes, and Priorities.