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Priszcilla Várnagy 

Priszcilla is the winner of Singularity University’s first Global Impact Competition in the CEE region in 2012, and also achieved first place in TechMatch Europe Silicon Valley and Morgan Stanley CTO Summits. Priszcilla is a startup founder who graduated as a psychologist and managed over 50 R&D and innovation projects globally. She got 500,000 EUR grant from the European Commission to implement her project-idea in 8 countries, which was the base of the unique algorithm idea of Be-novative. Priszcilla is not only responsible for the vision, strategic and business planning in Be-novative, but she uses design thinking to initiate Be-novative’s functionality-planning based on customer needs.

Henrik Pap 

Henrik is an Open Innovation Specialist at the Silicon Valley and Budapest-based SingularityU Labs company: Be-novative. He has managed open innovation projects globally involving universities - corporates and startups from different industries and themes including Aegon, Vodafone and from Global Grand Challenges to Microcommunities of Singularity University. Passionate about social change he has managed projects with WWF, UNICEF and UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Henrik has also experience working with global teams at the World’s youth leadership provider, AIESEC.


The role of Collective Creativity in the future of Project Management

Collective Creativity has played a significant part in why Pixar and other Silicon Valley companies has become so successful in the past years. Y and Z generations expect involvement and constant inspiration in their daily jobs. Collective creativity techniques help any teams find the most efficient creative solution to any problem while involving everyone in the creative thinking process from planning to implementation. Priszcilla Varnagy, CEO of Be-novative shares success stories from Fortune2000 companies globally. Will it completely change the way we manage projects? 

Talent Triangle

Strategy and Business