Managing Innovation

Leveraging the Collective Genius of Your Organization

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About This Course

Innovation is often compared to lightning or flying sparks— spontaneous and uncontrollable. Although randomness and serendipity clearly play a role in innovation, and no single analytical tool can innovate for you, the innovation process can be managed effectively through a set of scientific principles and analytical tools. This Learning Sprint presents key scientific principles that underlie successful innovation and frameworks and methods for mastering innovation.

You’ll discover how you can manage and benefit from the process of innovation as you generate creative and innovative ideas to help your company! You’ll see how innovation creates stronger, more capable, and more profitable organizations.

First, we’ll draw on much of what has been studied and written about in the field of innovation. Second, we’ll learn from Karl’s and Christian’s experience with hundreds of companies that have made these topics core elements

of their enterprise strategies. Finally, we’ll draw from our own and each others’ experiences in our personal and professional lives.

This combination of expertise, our collective experiences, and the science behind a process-based approach to innovation will provide both theoretical and practical insights into this opportunity to fundamentally change the way we work.

Expert Faculty

Karl Ulrich

Vice Dean of Innovation and the CIBC Professor of Entrepreneurship and e-Commerce at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

Course Features

100% Online Course Platform

30 Minutes Per Day

Leadership Coaching

World-Class Expert Teaching

Community of Practice

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