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Rolf Skyberg

Rolf Skyberg

Former disruptive innovation team leader at eBay
Languages : English, Dutch

  • Categories

  • Innovation & Creativity
    • Creativity
    • Idea Management
    • Innovation
  • Sales
    • Focus on clients
  • Marketing
    • Online Marketing / E-commerce
  • Employability

  • Lecture
  • Subjects

  • Mobile product development
  • Nimble innovation inside large corporations
  • Achieving excellent customer service and engagement
  • The evolutionary principles of social and “Web 2.0?
  • The role of risk-taking for individuals and organizations
  • Focusing “tiger teams” around successful strategies

Rolf Skyberg is a Senior Search Product manager at eBay. In his 5 years at eBay, he’s had many roles, all the way from QA engineer, to researcher, disruptive innovation team lead, and product manager.

Rolf has been a featured speaker at a variety of domestic and international conferences including OSCON 07 and 09, Web 2.0 EXPO, Marketing 2.0 and Adobe Max. Rolf has a BS in Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis with additional studies in System Science. He has worked in technology

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Rolf Skyberg is a Senior Search Product manager at eBay. In his 5 years at eBay, he’s had many roles, all the way from QA engineer, to researcher, disruptive innovation team lead, and product manager.

Rolf has been a featured speaker at a variety of domestic and international conferences including OSCON 07 and 09, Web 2.0 EXPO, Marketing 2.0 and Adobe Max. Rolf has a BS in Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis with additional studies in System Science. He has worked in technology since before the first dot.com bust and hopes to continue thinking up great ideas through the second boom.

Skyberg states that saying that you want to "innovate more" is like telling a doctor you want to "feel better". Before a treatment can be prescribed, the problem must be understood. Starting from a systemic perspective, evolving a modern look at the root causes of innovation failure, contrasting current "solutions", and exploring new avenues to recovery.

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