Kevin Fallon, Founder and CEO, Pivotal Innovation

Overview

Every business’s main goal is to maximize profit. Value creation is the foundation for a successful and long-lasting firm. Value creation, for customers, aids in the sale of goods and services, for employees it leads to increased productivity, and for shareholders it results in a rise in stock price and a future assurance of investment money. With an innovative and potent blend of automation and services, Pivotal Innovation assists leaders in building better organizations faster.

Kevin Fallon is the founder and CEO of Pivotal Innovation, a company dedicated to empowering companies to accelerate strategy deployment and innovation performance. He has over 30 years of business experience, beginning with RCA Space and General Electric, and subsequently as a founder of five technology ventures and as President/COO with two publicly traded corporations.

00:40 – About Kevin Fallon

  • Kevin is the founder and CEO of Pivotal Innovation.
  • He’s a member of the YPO.
  • Kevin holds an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University.

09:57- What are some of the challenges for small and medium enterprises?

  • To build off for value creation, because value creation leads to valuation.
  • When you look at financial statements, they should be treated as fine perfume, to be sniffed, and not consumed.
  • Because the internal executives, depending on their level, view their world from an outside view.
  • Bad executives can do bad things with financial statements, and the external public won’t know about it.

11:00- How does Pivotal Innovations help start-ups?

  • When we work with companies, at the heart of our work is the automation platform.
  • This is a light service, to ensure that the CEO is focused on the highest priorities relative to what they’re trying to accomplish.
  • A lot of times, the functional leaders are working on the current operations, and not actually prioritizing what needs to be improved in the company.
  • So we have what we call an objective performance component.
  • A lot of people talk about the strategy execution gap, we solve that gap.

22:35- What would you say are three lessons from your journey?

  • I would say that the greatest opportunity lies ahead.
  • If you’re a business leader, don’t look at the older model of peers.
  • CEOs should really be coaching leaders rather than owning up to their own problems.
  • And organizations need to really look at the gap that is there in the knowledge and try to bridge this gap.

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Profile

  • Kevin is the founder and CEO of Pivotal Innovation.
  • He’s a member of the YPO.
  • Kevin holds an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University.

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