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Leading Change And Organizational Renewal

Quick Look

Course Format:

Online

Start Date:

October
24,
2021

Course Length:

Less than 1 Week

Application Deadline:

September
10,
2021

Enrollment Fee:

15,500 USD

Location:

Stanford GSB

Quick Look

Course Format:

Online

Start Date:

October
24,
2021

Application Deadline:

September
10,
2021

Enrollment Fee:

15,500 USD

Location:

Stanford GSB

Course Description

Leverage diverse research, proven methodologies, and design thinking for change management in this collaboration between Stanford and Harvard. Live Online Program Our live online programs are packed with engaging and interactive learning experiences. Through live sessions and group-based exercises, you will have the unique opportunity to engage with our faculty virtually in real-time and forge valuable connections with senior executives at other organizations. Organizational challenges and opportunities — the catalysts for leading change and organizational renewal — are not waiting until COVID-19 is over. This program delivers a systematic framework and real-world implementation to your organization. A unique collaboration between Stanford and Harvard, this two-week program helps you overcome the inertial forces that plague big organizations in order to design an ambidextrous organization that can generate streams of innovation. Led by Stanford GSB’s Charles O’Reilly and Harvard Business School’s Michael Tushman, the program provides a proven methodology for diagnosing strategic challenges combined with design thinking techniques and innovation challenge workgroups to help your organization innovate. You’ll put design thinking tools into action at the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, also known as the d.school. Upon completion, you will have an action plan to help you implement real change and empower others in your organization to do the same.

Program Benefits

Learn a systematic methodology for dissecting challenges, and develop tools for promoting innovation and strategic change across your organization. Identify and overcome barriers to change. Analyze and design a comprehensive strategy for promoting innovation and change throughout your organization. Develop models and frameworks for meeting today’s business-performance challenges while innovating for the future. Apply the program’s insights to your organization’s specific short- and long-term business challenges through facilitated business-challenge workgroups. Tackle your organization’s innovation challenges with our trained coaches — dedicated coaching guaranteed if an intact team from your organization attends.

Program Inclusion

Payment is due upon admission. Your space is secured upon receipt of full payment.

Who Should Attend

Senior-level executives with at least 10 to 15 years of management experience who work in larger organizations, including governmental, nongovernmental, and nonprofit organizations Small teams of up to 10 individuals from one company are guaranteed to work on an innovation challenge with a dedicated coach Senior management teams composed of four to 10 individuals will be given admission preference to foster teamwork and amplify the program’s impact on your organization

Application Requirements

1635033600

Instructor:

Charles A. O’Reilly

Contact Person:

Kriss Craig

Faculty Director:

Not Provided

University:

Stanford University

Course Description

Leverage diverse research, proven methodologies, and design thinking for change management in this collaboration between Stanford and Harvard. Live Online Program Our live online programs are packed with engaging and interactive learning experiences. Through live sessions and group-based exercises, you will have the unique opportunity to engage with our faculty virtually in real-time and forge valuable connections with senior executives at other organizations. Organizational challenges and opportunities — the catalysts for leading change and organizational renewal — are not waiting until COVID-19 is over. This program delivers a systematic framework and real-world implementation to your organization. A unique collaboration between Stanford and Harvard, this two-week program helps you overcome the inertial forces that plague big organizations in order to design an ambidextrous organization that can generate streams of innovation. Led by Stanford GSB’s Charles O’Reilly and Harvard Business School’s Michael Tushman, the program provides a proven methodology for diagnosing strategic challenges combined with design thinking techniques and innovation challenge workgroups to help your organization innovate. You’ll put design thinking tools into action at the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, also known as the d.school. Upon completion, you will have an action plan to help you implement real change and empower others in your organization to do the same.

Program Benefits

Learn a systematic methodology for dissecting challenges, and develop tools for promoting innovation and strategic change across your organization. Identify and overcome barriers to change. Analyze and design a comprehensive strategy for promoting innovation and change throughout your organization. Develop models and frameworks for meeting today’s business-performance challenges while innovating for the future. Apply the program’s insights to your organization’s specific short- and long-term business challenges through facilitated business-challenge workgroups. Tackle your organization’s innovation challenges with our trained coaches — dedicated coaching guaranteed if an intact team from your organization attends.

Program Inclusion

Payment is due upon admission. Your space is secured upon receipt of full payment.

Who Should Attend

Senior-level executives with at least 10 to 15 years of management experience who work in larger organizations, including governmental, nongovernmental, and nonprofit organizations Small teams of up to 10 individuals from one company are guaranteed to work on an innovation challenge with a dedicated coach Senior management teams composed of four to 10 individuals will be given admission preference to foster teamwork and amplify the program’s impact on your organization

Application Requirements

Qualified candidates are admitted on a rolling, space-available basis. Early applications are encouraged.

Instructor:

Charles A. O’Reilly

Contact Person:

Kriss Craig

Faculty Director:

Not Provided

University:

Stanford University