Amy Radin is a trusted leader and adviser to executives and boards on how to accomplish growth through meaningful innovation. For over 25 years she has brought pragmatic vision and leadership to transformations in complex, highly regulated businesses including global Fortune 500 consumer financial services, payments, retail banking, investments, financial planning and insurance.
Amy wrote the award-winning book, The Change Maker’s Playbook: How to Seek, Seed and Scale Innovation in Any Company (City Point Press, Fall, 2018) to share expertise and a methodology that addresses the inevitable challenges any company will face in pursuit of an innovation agenda and offers real-world approaches to succeed.
She advises a select portfolio of early-stage companies on enterprise business development and go-to-market strategy and planning, and keynotes corporate, board, and women’s leadership events. Amy serves on the Board of the Association (AICPA), the global association serving 650,000 accounting and financial management professionals.
Amy has been honored by US Banker as a Most Powerful Woman in Banking; by NYU Stern Graduate School of Business as a recipient of the Nichols Award for Enterprise, Integrity and Service; and by BusinessWeek, who named her a Top 25 Global Champion of Innovation. Amy is a graduate of The Wharton School (MBA, Marketing) and Wesleyan University (BA, College of Letters and Spanish).
“Innovation is about making change with a purpose to solve the problems that real people have.”
Innovation is about making change with a purpose to solve the problems that real people have.
- Amy J. Radin
Every business, whether startup or established enterprise, irrespective of sector, is operating with unprecedented change, complexity and ambiguity, and a constant need to anticipate and adapt to new market conditions and customer needs. The telecommunications sector is no exception. In this environment, relying upon what worked in the past is a risky, if not untenable strategy.
In this session, Amy Radin will share recommendations on how to execute innovation for commercial impact. Amy brings a pragmatic and provocative perspective based on her personal experiences as an operating executive tasked with turning ideas into viable businesses in highly regulated, competitive industries, as well as research conducted among both corporate innovators and startup founders creating value in a dozen different areas of the economy.