Businesses constantly struggle to keep up with technological advances—they have to maintain consistent growth while attempting to create new products and services that will meet future customer needs. Linda Hill, Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and a prolific author, shares her expertise on how leaders can promote innovation within their organizations using a variety of techniques and strategies.
In this course, Hill discusses the use of ecosystems, which she describes as alliances between companies and other organizations to accomplish a common goal. She talks about the principles of innovation, including creative abrasion, creative agility, and creative resolution. Hill also talks about tools that business leaders can use to help their organizations adapt efficiently to technological advances, fierce competition and globalization.
Who Should Attend
- Senior Management
- Innovation Leaders
This self-paced e-learning course is based on an exclusive interview with Linda Hill, professor of business administration at the Harvard Business School.
- The importance of the innovation ecosystem
- The paradoxes around innovation
- The best ways for leaders to support innovation and creativity
- How the theory of collective genius can be applied to propel innovation
- How to deal with constant technological changes
- Understanding Collective Genius
- What Is Collective Genius
- Understanding The Innovation Ecosystem Building
- Building An Innovation Ecosystem In The Organization
- Three Concepts Of Creativity
- Paradoxes Around Innovation
- Supporting The Cause Of Innovation
- Managing Constant Technological Changes
- Collaborative Work Culture
- Duration29 min
- CompetenciesFostering a Culture of InnovationCollaborating
Linda Hill Professor - Harvard University