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Leading And Building A Culture Of Innovation

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Course Format:

In-Person

Start Date:

December
5,
2021

Course Length:

Less than 1 Week

Application Deadline:

No Deadline

Enrollment Fee:

15,750 USD

Location:

HBS Campus

Quick Look

Course Format:

In-Person

Start Date:

December
5,
2021

Application Deadline:

Asynchronous

Enrollment Fee:

15,750 USD

Location:

HBS Campus

Course Description

This hands-on program takes place in a unique learning space very different from a typical classroom. Here you will immerse yourself in the real-world process of exploration, experimentation, failure, and examination. You will discover new ways to surface and develop ideas—and set the stage for ongoing innovation. As you dig into the characteristics of innovative organizations, you will learn what it takes to lead the changes that transform promising ideas into reality.

Program Benefits

Delving into innovation as an essential leadership capability, this program goes beyond product and strategy development to examine the social processes that enable and inspire routine, company-wide innovation. You will leave with a richer understanding of what it takes to lead creative teams—and empower others to collaborate and innovate each day.

Program Inclusion

The Program fee covers registration, program materials, accommodation, and meals.

Who Should Attend

This program is intended for general managers who lead companies, business units, divisions, or other large-scale organizations, as well as executives with cross-functional responsibilities, change management executives, leaders focused on innovation, R&D, or IT, including chief innovation officers, chief technology officers, and chief information officers, leaders from corporate strategy, finance, legal, human resources, marketing, manufacturing, customer service, and sales, and for individuals and teams are welcome to attend. Participation by multiple company representatives will foster teamwork and amplify the program’s impact on your organization.

Application Requirements

1638662400

Instructor:

Ryan L. Raffaelli

Contact Person:

Not Provided

Faculty Director:

Linda A. Hill

University:

Harvard University

Course Description

This hands-on program takes place in a unique learning space very different from a typical classroom. Here you will immerse yourself in the real-world process of exploration, experimentation, failure, and examination. You will discover new ways to surface and develop ideas—and set the stage for ongoing innovation. As you dig into the characteristics of innovative organizations, you will learn what it takes to lead the changes that transform promising ideas into reality.

Program Benefits

Delving into innovation as an essential leadership capability, this program goes beyond product and strategy development to examine the social processes that enable and inspire routine, company-wide innovation. You will leave with a richer understanding of what it takes to lead creative teams—and empower others to collaborate and innovate each day.

Program Inclusion

The Program fee covers registration, program materials, accommodation, and meals.

Who Should Attend

This program is intended for general managers who lead companies, business units, divisions, or other large-scale organizations, as well as executives with cross-functional responsibilities, change management executives, leaders focused on innovation, R&D, or IT, including chief innovation officers, chief technology officers, and chief information officers, leaders from corporate strategy, finance, legal, human resources, marketing, manufacturing, customer service, and sales, and for individuals and teams are welcome to attend. Participation by multiple company representatives will foster teamwork and amplify the program’s impact on your organization.

Application Requirements

We admit candidates to specific sessions on a rolling, space-available basis, and encourage you to apply as early as possible. Although most programs have no formal educational requirements, admission is a selective process based on your professional achievement and organizational responsibilities.

Instructor:

Ryan L. Raffaelli

Contact Person:

Not Provided

Faculty Director:

Linda A. Hill

University:

Harvard University