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How to lead Innovation in your organization through case studies from the most innovative companies and leaders.

Leading Innovation

This workshop will guide you on how to Lead Innovation successfully in your organization. The faculty will be using
case studies from the most innovative companies and leaders. While innovation strategy varies depending on market and business goals, some challenges are universal.

For example, if you’re an executive, you may be struggling to manage your company’s innovation efforts and produce the results
you envisioned. This programme is designed to help decision makers to lead succesful innovation successfully in organisations.

Participants would examine how Jeff Bezos at Amazon approach innovation, Reinvention of Samsung, Intrapreneurship at Nokia, Eico entrepreneurial culture, The Spartan Mattress Revolution and the GFG Alliance case studies during the workshop.

 

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Course Structure

Day 1

Understanding innovation and its impact

What is innovation?

Why is it necessary for an organisation to survive and grow?

How does it impact every level of and everyone in an organisation?

Innovation and cultural change.

The link between innovation and the need for a new type of leadership

A new leadership paradigm

The role of leader in an innovative environment.

The digital leadership paradigm.

A new type of leader, a new type of mindset.

The challenges of this new paradigm.

Managing across different levels within the parameters of this new paradigm.

 

Day 2

Leading teams in an innovative environment

The role of leader in leading innovating teams.

The characteristics of teams that thrive in the digital age.

Leveraging diversity, collaboration, creativity, and a company’s culture to generate ideas for new services and products and create value.

Finding innovative solutions to new types of problems.

Embedding a culture of innovation in an organisation.

 

Ideation for your organisation

Identify potential disruptions.

Brainstorm opportunities that these disruptions represent.

Identify specific services or products and articulate strategic vision of them.

Discuss cultural changes that can foster creative thinking and innovation.

 

 

 



Target Audience

CxOs, BU Heads, Senior Managers, Managers, newly appointed leaders, future leaders, Business professionals interested in learning about innovation


Schedule

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