17 April, 2014 | (01 hr)
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Strategic innovation is probably the best way to avoid a hamster wheel of one tactical innovation after another, but it is also the most challenging option for large companies. Real and perceived risk creates tremendous inward pressure that limits possibility. Learn about the foundational principles, based on principles large companies have used for years, that Inovo employs to support strategic innovation capability. In addition, learn a set of frameworks, methods, and tools that provide a jump-start on building an effective strategic innovation capability. Via client case examples, experience how those shared resources open up your application possibilities.
Who Should Attend: Leaders responsible for delivering innovation—especially those accountable for: business processes, business models, people strategies, organizational culture, and technology.
Larry has been working with innovative companies to create competitive advantage and market leadership for more than 30 years. His career-long involvement and interest in identifying the new opportunities that arise from emerging customer needs and new capabilities has been the foundation of Inov...Full Bio
Rita Shor is program director for the Product and Service Development and Corporate Brand Management Councils and co-directs the Innovation and Applied Innovation Councils at The Conference Board.
She is also a senior fellow within the Economics and Business Practice. Past work for The Co...Full Bio