THURSDAY, 19 NOVEMBER 2020
EMBEDDING INNOVATION IN YOUR ORGANIZATION
FUTURE OF WORK:
STRATEGIES AND PRACTICES FOR LEADING INNOVATION DURING A CRISIS
More than 100 years ago, in his inaugural address as president of Harvard University, A. Lawrence Lowell set the philosophy for education at Harvard. He suggested that students ‘know a little bit of everything and something well.’ Drawing from three decades of research, consulting, and teaching graduate courses and executive education programs in Asia and North America, David A. Shore’s ‘meta-analysis’ reveals top tips for successfully launching, leading, and realizing value from innovation and change initiatives. This session has been designed with a singular purpose – to help you mitigate the minefields of innovation and change. This fast-paced talk will not simply ‘admire the problem,’ but rather provide actionable insights as we explore a little bit of everything about successfully leading innovation and change.
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