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Change Management and Innovation with Harvard ManageMentor
$ 250.00 USD

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Objectives

Innovation and Change go hand in hand. This program will provide you with an insights into core concepts, tools and best practices of how you can develop more change ready and innovative teams.

In each of our programs in collaboration with Harvard ManageMentor, you will first discover the core concepts of change management and how to set up team well. This program adds a focus on how to manage your team to become creative and innovative as well as to execute innovations.

You will finish each course with a multiple-choice exam and receive a Harvard ManageMentor Certificate for your successful completion of the course. Once you have finished all five courses from this program, you will additionally receive your Change Institute certificate and badge for completing the program. Once you have completed your first program, you will not have to repeat the first two courses when joining the other programs.

When you have finished this program, you will have gained insights into how to:

  • become more adaptable yourself
  • set-up change initiatives for success
  • build a strong team around your change efforts
  • boost your team’s collaboration, productivity, and creativity  
  • develop a culture of trust, creativity and problem solving
  • help you team become change ready and stay focused even in times of transitions
  • be innovative with the right balance of flexibility and structure

Course Details

Format

Online, self-paced with interactive tools

Examination

Multiple-choice

Schedule (if applicable)

Not applicable

Recommended For

  • People wishing to create and implement innovation more effectively
  • People wishing to develop their teams to be more agile and innovative

Course Outline

‍Change Management

Intro

This course is a great first step into the fascinating world of Change Management, where you will find knowledge, skills and tools that will enable you to seize the opportunities of change for yourself, your team and your organization.

 

Lessons

  1. Your Role in Change
  2. Navigate Continual Change
  3. Inspire your Team to initiate Change
  4. Lead a Change Initiative
  5. Address Resistance to Change

Course Objectives

  1. Maintain a high level of change readiness
  2. Initiate and lead a change effort
  3. Implement change efforts
  4. Overcome resistance to change inorganizations

 

Seat time:

2 hours and 38 minutes

Languages:

English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Chinese

Included materials:

Harvard Business Publishing Articles, Podcasts, tools and worksheets

Experts Contributing to this Course:

Amy Jen Su

https://www.linkedin.com/in/amy-jen-su/
Co-Founder, Washington DC Metro Twitter: https://twitter.com/amyjensu Email: amy@paravispartners.com https://paravispartners.com/our-team/amy-jen-su/

Nick Tasler

https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicktasler/?originalSubdomain=pr
His website: https://www.nicktasler.com/ His Twitter: https://twitter.com/nicktasler?lang=en He is a Dynamic Speaker on Inspiring Change, Internationally Acclaimed Author. He is the #1 best-selling author of four counter-intuitive books on the art and science of making decisions and leading change. He is a Leadership Columnist for the Harvard Business Review.

Margaret Moore

https://www.linkedin.com/in/coachmeg/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coachmegwellcoaches/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/coachmeg?lang=en She founded Wellcoaches Corporation in 2000. She is co-founder (2009) and chair of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, and co-founder (2008) and course director of the Coaching in Leadership & Healthcare conference, organized by the Institute of Coaching and delivered by Harvard Medical School. Margaret is a co-founder (2010) and board member of the National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching (NBHWC).

Frank Saucier

https://www.linkedin.com/in/franksaucier/
Frank is a founding partner of FreeStanding Agility and an Executive and Agile coach, trainer, and change facilitator. Link: http://freestandingagility.com/ Number: 508-987-8016

Amy Edmondson

https://www.linkedin.com/in/amedmondson/
Amy C. Edmondson is the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at the Harvard Business School, a chair established to support the study of human interactions that lead to the creation of successful enterprises that contribute to the betterment of society. Contact Number: (617) 495-6732 To send an email: https://www.hbs.edu/faculty/Pages/contact.aspx?facId=6451 Some of her Awards and Honors: Ranked #1 in the 2021 Thinkers50 list—a list of the world's most influential management thinkers. Winner of the Joseph E. McGrath Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Study of Groups from INGRoup in 2021. Received the IOC Vision of Excellence in Leadership Award from the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital in 2021. Some of her published books: Edmondson, Amy C. The Fearless Organization: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace for Learning, Innovation, and Growth. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 2018. Edmondson, Amy C., and Jean-François Harvey. Extreme Teaming: Lessons in Complex, Cross-Sector Leadership. Emerald Group Publishing, 2017.
Team Creation

Intro

Building a guiding coalition with leadership and management as well as a team of change agents is essential in change management. The quality of the team, its working culture and collaboration will have a great impact on the overall outcome of any change initiative. In this course you will learn how to form a team that is able to fulfil its purpose, achieve its goals and within a framework of clear accountability.

 

Lessons

  1. What is a Team
  2. Form a Team
  3. Establish Accountability
  4. Plan Team Communication
  5. Build Team Culture

Course Objectives

  1. Identify the right members for a team
  2. Establish accountability through success measures, planning, and team charters
  3. Develop an effective team communication plan
  4. Build team commitment and establish productive team norms

 

Seat time:

1 hour and 56 minutes

Languages:

English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Chinese

Included materials:

Harvard Business Publishing Articles, Podcasts, tools and worksheets

Experts Contributing to this Course:

Teri Mendelsohn

https://www.linkedin.com/in/terimendelsohn/
Executive Bootcamp: Platforms - Teri Mendelson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPFVj2FmBV8&ab_channel=SIIA

Lisa Finkelstein

Lisa M. Finkelstein is a professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology at Northern Illinois University. She published over 60 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. Education: Ph.D. Tulane University, 1996 She was named 2021 Presidential Teaching Professor. Contact Number: 815-753-0439 Email: lisaf@niu.edu

Carol Kauffman

https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolkauffmanphd/
Website: www.CarolKauffman.com She is a leadership coach with over 25 years experience helping leaders raise the bar on their performance and managing their success. Representative Articles and Chapters​: The Science at the Heart of Coaching The Realities of Executive Coaching Review of Positive Psychology Interventions Videos: 2014 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference Opening Remarks Webinar: Coaching Noxious Leaders and Their Followers Webinar: Positivity in Coaching: Why, What, and How?

Neil Gaydon

https://www.linkedin.com/in/neil-gaydon-31660817/?originalSubdomain=uk
Neil Gaydon was appointed President and CEO of SMART Technologies in October 2012 and became a director of the Company in February 2013. Adare International Chairman Of The Board / Oct 2018 Neil Gaydon studied at Harvard Business School.

Keith Ferrazzi

https://www.linkedin.com/in/keithferrazzi/
Keith Ferrazzi is an American author and entrepreneur. Alma matter: Yale University & Harvard Business School Occupation: Chairman & Founder of Ferrazzi Greenlight, author & entrepreneur Notable work: Never Eat Alone & Who's Got Your Back? Website: http://keithferrazzi.com/
Team Management

Intro

High quality teamwork is essential for both, successful change initiatives as well as creating and implementing innovation in organizations. While there are overlaps with the previous course of this program, Team Creation, this module focusses primarily on how to enhance a team’s creativity and performance levels.

In Team Management, you will examine what makes teams succeed and how leaders can embrace proven strategies for leveraging people’s talents to accomplish worthy goals.

Lessons

  1. Set your Team up for Success
  2. Strengthen Team Collaboration
  3. Achieve more of what matters as a Team
  4. Lead you Team through Conflict
  5. Navigate Team Transitions
  6. Measure and boost Team Performance

Course Objectives

  1. Foster trust and team spirit within your team
  2. Boost collaboration through better communication
  3. Enhance productivity without causing burnout
  4. Make conflict constructive and resolve harmful conflicts
  5. Support your team through transitions
  6. Improve team performance
  7. Evaluate your team’s performance and foster accountability

Seat time:

2 hour and 40 minutes

Languages:

English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Chinese

Included materials:

Harvard Business Publishing Articles, Podcasts, tools and worksheets


Experts Contributing to this Course:

Ryan Kehr

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-kehr-1a579b86/
Email: Ryan.kehr@harvardbusiness.org.

Amy Edmondson

https://www.linkedin.com/in/amedmondson/
Amy C. Edmondson is the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at the Harvard Business School, a chair established to support the study of human interactions that lead to the creation of successful enterprises that contribute to the betterment of society. Contact Number: (617) 495-6732 To send an email: https://www.hbs.edu/faculty/Pages/contact.aspx?facId=6451 Some of her Awards and Honors: Ranked #1 in the 2021 Thinkers50 list—a list of the world's most influential management thinkers. Winner of the Joseph E. McGrath Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Study of Groups from INGRoup in 2021. Received the IOC Vision of Excellence in Leadership Award from the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital in 2021. Some of her published books: Edmondson, Amy C. The Fearless Organization: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace for Learning, Innovation, and Growth. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 2018. Edmondson, Amy C., and Jean-François Harvey. Extreme Teaming: Lessons in Complex, Cross-Sector Leadership. Emerald Group Publishing, 2017.

Liane Davey

Innovation and Creativity

Intro

Creativity and innovation are at the core of many of the most successful businesses. Those organizations have established structures and work cultures that support creative and innovative behavior by all members and departments. Learn in this course how to unlock the innovative potential in your team through enabling and strengthening four core competences.

Lessons

  1. Innovation for all
  2. Unlock Curiosity
  3. Make creative Connections
  4. Take smart Risks
  5. Collaborate and innovate

Course Objectives

  1. Understand what is needed become innovative.
  2. Unlock curiosity to create awareness for new opportunities.
  3. Establish an environment that fosters creativity and idea generation.
  4. Apply divergent thinking techniques to generate ideas
  5. Enable yourself and your team to take chances, experiment and pursue smart risks.
  6. Build teams that co-create and maximize innovative output

Seat time:

55 minutes

Languages:

English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Chinese

Included materials:

Harvard Business Publishing Articles, Podcasts, tools and worksheets


Experts Contributing to this Course:

Scott Anthony

https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottdanthony/?originalSubdomain=sg
Twitter: @ScottDAnthony Website: https://www.innosight.com/team_bio/anthony-scott-d/ Born 1975 Nationality United States Alma mater Dartmouth College (BA), Harvard University (MBA) Occupation Author and Managing Director, Innosight

Michael Burtov

https://www.linkedin.com/in/burtov/
Founder & CEO, GeoOrbital Website: https://burtov.com/

Hitendra Patel

https://www.linkedin.com/in/hitendrapatel/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hitendra.ixl/?hl=en Website: https://www.ixl-center.com/

Karen Dillon

https://www.linkedin.com/in/karen-dillon-2020/
Karen Dillon, former Editor of Harvard Business Review and New York Times best-selling author Books: How Will You Measure Your Life? Nominations: Goodreads Choice Awards Best Nonfiction Website: https://www.karendillon.net/ Twitter: @KarDillon

Keith Hopper

https://www.linkedin.com/in/keithhopper/
EDUCATION Bachelor of Science, Engineering Psychology, Tufts University Twitter: @khopper Website: dangerfort.com
Innovation Implementation

Intro

Having a great idea is one thing, understanding how to transform that idea into a new product, service, business process, or model is the real differentiator though. This Innovation course does not only provide you within sights and tools to support you in this transformation process from idea to innovation, but also how to establish a solid foundation of support among key stakeholders early on. Finally, strategies and best practices from business leaders, authors, and coaches like Willy Shih, Eddie Yoon, Scott Anthony, and Eric Ries are presented to draw learnings from.

Lessons

  1. Innovation in Action
  2. Identify Innovation Opportunities
  3. Prioritize potential Innovations
  4. Design Innovation Experiments
  5. Build Support for Innovation
  6. Learn from Success and Failure

Course Objectives

  1. Create a compelling vision statement to guide an innovation initiative
  2. Develop an informal support network and consider the interests of your stakeholders
  3. Develop a formal proposal to persuade key decision-makers to allocate resources for innovative ideas
  4. Communicate effectively with the people who will help shape, approve, fund, execute, and be affected by your innovation idea
  5. Make a compelling case for lining up the people who can best help implement innovation
  6. Mitigate internal resistance and sustain momentum throughout the implementation

Seat time:

1 hour and 20 minutes

Languages:

English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Chinese

Included materials:

Harvard Business Publishing Articles, Podcasts, tools and worksheets


Experts Contributing to this Course:

No items found.

Intro

This course is a great first step into the fascinating world of Change Management, where you will find knowledge, skills and tools that will enable you to seize the opportunities of change for yourself, your team and your organization.

 

Lessons

  1. Your Role in Change
  2. Navigate Continual Change
  3. Inspire your Team to initiate Change
  4. Lead a Change Initiative
  5. Address Resistance to Change

Course Objectives

  1. Maintain a high level of change readiness
  2. Initiate and lead a change effort
  3. Implement change efforts
  4. Overcome resistance to change inorganizations

 

Seat time:

2 hours and 38 minutes

Languages:

English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Chinese

Included materials:

Harvard Business Publishing Articles, Podcasts, tools and worksheets

Experts Contributing to this Course:

Mark Bonchek

Twitter: https://twitter.com/markbonchek?lang=en He is the founder and Chief Epiphany Officer of Shift Thinking. He is a member of the Singularity University Singularity Expert.

Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg

His website: https://wedellsblog.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/thomaswedell Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg is the author of What’s Your Problem? (Harvard Business Press, 2020). Thomas holds an MA in Media Science from the University of Copenhagen and an MBA from IESE Business School.

Amy Edmondson

Amy C. Edmondson is the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at the Harvard Business School, a chair established to support the study of human interactions that lead to the creation of successful enterprises that contribute to the betterment of society. Contact Number: (617) 495-6732 To send an email: https://www.hbs.edu/faculty/Pages/contact.aspx?facId=6451 Some of her Awards and Honors: Ranked #1 in the 2021 Thinkers50 list—a list of the world's most influential management thinkers. Winner of the Joseph E. McGrath Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Study of Groups from INGRoup in 2021. Received the IOC Vision of Excellence in Leadership Award from the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital in 2021. Some of her published books: Edmondson, Amy C. The Fearless Organization: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace for Learning, Innovation, and Growth. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 2018. Edmondson, Amy C., and Jean-François Harvey. Extreme Teaming: Lessons in Complex, Cross-Sector Leadership. Emerald Group Publishing, 2017.

Frank Saucier

Frank is a founding partner of FreeStanding Agility and an Executive and Agile coach, trainer, and change facilitator. Link: http://freestandingagility.com/ Number: 508-987-8016

Margaret Moore

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coachmegwellcoaches/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/coachmeg?lang=en She founded Wellcoaches Corporation in 2000. She is co-founder (2009) and chair of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, and co-founder (2008) and course director of the Coaching in Leadership & Healthcare conference, organized by the Institute of Coaching and delivered by Harvard Medical School. Margaret is a co-founder (2010) and board member of the National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching (NBHWC).

Nick Tasler

His website: https://www.nicktasler.com/ His Twitter: https://twitter.com/nicktasler?lang=en He is a Dynamic Speaker on Inspiring Change, Internationally Acclaimed Author. He is the #1 best-selling author of four counter-intuitive books on the art and science of making decisions and leading change. He is a Leadership Columnist for the Harvard Business Review.

Amy Jen Su

Co-Founder, Washington DC Metro Twitter: https://twitter.com/amyjensu Email: amy@paravispartners.com https://paravispartners.com/our-team/amy-jen-su/

Intro

Building a guiding coalition with leadership and management as well as a team of change agents is essential in change management. The quality of the team, its working culture and collaboration will have a great impact on the overall outcome of any change initiative. In this course you will learn how to form a team that is able to fulfil its purpose, achieve its goals and within a framework of clear accountability.

 

Lessons

  1. What is a Team
  2. Form a Team
  3. Establish Accountability
  4. Plan Team Communication
  5. Build Team Culture

Course Objectives

  1. Identify the right members for a team
  2. Establish accountability through success measures, planning, and team charters
  3. Develop an effective team communication plan
  4. Build team commitment and establish productive team norms

 

Seat time:

1 hour and 56 minutes

Languages:

English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Chinese

Included materials:

Harvard Business Publishing Articles, Podcasts, tools and worksheets

Experts Contributing to this Course:

Tsedal Neeley

UNIT: Organizational Behavior CONTACT INFORMATION (617) 495-6776 Website: https://www.tsedal.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tsedal Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW_97Z6saasW42VLOMBwGzQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tsedalneeley/ Professor of Business Administration Senior Associate Dean of Faculty Development and Research Strategy Faculty Chair of the Christensen Center for Teaching and Learning at the Harvard Business School Education: Ph.D. from Stanford University in Management Science and Engineering, specializing in Work, Technology and Organizations. 1. Top Management Thinkers in the World by Thinkers50 2. Honored as a Stanford Distinguished Alumnus Scholar 3. Was a Stanford University School of Engineering Lieberman award recipient for excellence in teaching and research

June Delano

June is a Founding Partner of Pivotal Leadership and Principal of The Delano Network. https://pivotal-leadership.com/Pivotal/OUR_PEOPLE.html

Dan Groneck

Groneck served as the Northern Kentucky President of U.S. Bank from August 2001 until December 2016.

Keith Ferrazzi

Keith Ferrazzi is an American author and entrepreneur. Alma matter: Yale University & Harvard Business School Occupation: Chairman & Founder of Ferrazzi Greenlight, author & entrepreneur Notable work: Never Eat Alone & Who's Got Your Back? Website: http://keithferrazzi.com/

Neil Gaydon

Neil Gaydon was appointed President and CEO of SMART Technologies in October 2012 and became a director of the Company in February 2013. Adare International Chairman Of The Board / Oct 2018 Neil Gaydon studied at Harvard Business School.

Carol Kauffman

Website: www.CarolKauffman.com She is a leadership coach with over 25 years experience helping leaders raise the bar on their performance and managing their success. Representative Articles and Chapters​: The Science at the Heart of Coaching The Realities of Executive Coaching Review of Positive Psychology Interventions Videos: 2014 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference Opening Remarks Webinar: Coaching Noxious Leaders and Their Followers Webinar: Positivity in Coaching: Why, What, and How?

Lisa Finkelstein

Lisa M. Finkelstein is a professor of Industrial-Organizational Psychology at Northern Illinois University. She published over 60 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. Education: Ph.D. Tulane University, 1996 She was named 2021 Presidential Teaching Professor. Contact Number: 815-753-0439 Email: lisaf@niu.edu

Teri Mendelsohn

Executive Bootcamp: Platforms - Teri Mendelson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPFVj2FmBV8&ab_channel=SIIA

Intro

High quality teamwork is essential for both, successful change initiatives as well as creating and implementing innovation in organizations. While there are overlaps with the previous course of this program, Team Creation, this module focusses primarily on how to enhance a team’s creativity and performance levels.

In Team Management, you will examine what makes teams succeed and how leaders can embrace proven strategies for leveraging people’s talents to accomplish worthy goals.

Lessons

  1. Set your Team up for Success
  2. Strengthen Team Collaboration
  3. Achieve more of what matters as a Team
  4. Lead you Team through Conflict
  5. Navigate Team Transitions
  6. Measure and boost Team Performance

 

Course Objectives

  1. Foster trust and team spirit within your team
  2. Boost collaboration through better communication
  3. Enhance productivity without causing burnout
  4. Make conflict constructive and resolve harmful conflicts
  5. Support your team through transitions
  6. Improve team performance
  7. Evaluate your team’s performance and foster accountability

 

Seat time:

2 hour and 40 minutes

Languages:

English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Chinese

Included materials:

Harvard Business Publishing Articles, Podcasts, tools and worksheets

Experts Contributing to this Course:

Monique Valcour

Website: https://www.moniquevalcour.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrMoniqueValcour Twitter: https://twitter.com/moniquevalcour

Scott Anthony

Twitter: @ScottDAnthony Website: https://www.innosight.com/team_bio/anthony-scott-d/ Born 1975 Nationality United States Alma mater Dartmouth College (BA), Harvard University (MBA) Occupation Author and Managing Director, Innosight

Liane Davey

Ryan Kehr

Email: Ryan.kehr@harvardbusiness.org.

Intro

Creativity and innovation are at the core of many of the most successful businesses. Those organizations have established structures and work cultures that support creative and innovative behavior by all members and departments. Learn in this course how to unlock the innovative potential in your team through enabling and strengthening four core competences.

 

Lessons

  1. Innovation for all
  2. Unlock Curiosity
  3. Make creative Connections
  4. Take smart Risks
  5. Collaborate and innovate

 

Course Objectives

  1. Understand what is needed become innovative.
  2. Unlock curiosity to create awareness for new opportunities.
  3. Establish an environment that fosters creativity and idea generation.
  4. Apply divergent thinking techniques to generate ideas
  5. Enable yourself and your team to take chances, experiment and pursue smart risks.
  6. Build teams that co-create and maximize innovative output

Seat time:

55 minutes

Languages:

English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Chinese

Included materials:

Harvard Business Publishing Articles, Podcasts, tools and worksheets

Experts Contributing to this Course:

Ranjay Gulati

UNIT: Organizational Behavior Entrepreneurial Management Website: ranjaygulati.com/ (Personal website) Twitter: RanjayGulati (617) 495-8554

Francesca Gino

UNIT: Negotiation, Organizations & Markets CONTACT INFORMATION (617) 495-0875 Contact: FGino@hbs.edu Website: www.francescagino.com Twitter: francescagino

Ashley Welch

Ashley Welch Co-Founder, Somersault Innovation Website somersaultinnovation.com

Brad Holst

Executive Communication Coach Mandel Communications Twitter: https://twitter.com/brad_m_holst

Dakota Decker

Mechanical Engineer @ Kernel Chief Technology Officer @ Geoorbital Inc Development Engineer @ Spacex Mechanical Engineer Intern @ United States Air Force

Lee Moreau

Lee Moreau is the founder of Other Tomorrows. CV: https://www.risd.edu/sites/default/files/person/cv/2021-01/1597678510465_Lee-Moreau-Resume-2020-08-15.pdf Email: lmorea01@risd.edu Twitter: https://twitter.com/moreaulee Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moremoreaulee/ Website: othertomorrows.com

Heather Figallo

Website: tm.com (Company) Twitter: hhvidsten

Keith Hopper

EDUCATION Bachelor of Science, Engineering Psychology, Tufts University Twitter: @khopper Website: dangerfort.com

Karen Dillon

Karen Dillon, former Editor of Harvard Business Review and New York Times best-selling author Books: How Will You Measure Your Life? Nominations: Goodreads Choice Awards Best Nonfiction Website: https://www.karendillon.net/ Twitter: @KarDillon

Hitendra Patel

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hitendra.ixl/?hl=en Website: https://www.ixl-center.com/

Michael Burtov

Founder & CEO, GeoOrbital Website: https://burtov.com/

Intro

Having a great idea is one thing, understanding how to transform that idea into a new product, service, business process, or model is the real differentiator though. This Innovation course does not only provide you within sights and tools to support you in this transformation process from idea to innovation, but also how to establish a solid foundation of support among key stakeholders early on. Finally, strategies and best practices from business leaders, authors, and coaches like Willy Shih, Eddie Yoon, Scott Anthony, and Eric Ries are presented to draw learnings from.

 

Lessons

  1. Innovation in Action
  2. Identify Innovation Opportunities
  3. Prioritize potential Innovations
  4. Design Innovation Experiments
  5. Build Support for Innovation
  6. Learn from Success and Failure

 

Course Objectives

  1. Create a compelling vision statement to guide an innovation initiative
  2. Develop an informal support network and consider the interests of your stakeholders
  3. Develop a formal proposal to persuade key decision-makers to allocate resources for innovative ideas
  4. Communicate effectively with the people who will help shape, approve, fund, execute, and be affected by your innovation idea
  5. Make a compelling case for lining up the people who can best help implement innovation
  6. Mitigate internal resistance and sustain momentum throughout the implementation

Seat time:

1 hour and 20 minutes

Languages:

English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Chinese

Included materials:

Harvard Business Publishing Articles, Podcasts, tools and worksheets

Experts Contributing to this Course:

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