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Stanford Graduate School of Business

Corporate Innovation Certificate (Stanford Lead)

Sep 11, 2019—Aug 27, 2020
Online
USD 19000

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Description

Learn to navigate today’s corporate challenges while driving the organizational changes necessary to thrive in tomorrow’s business environment.

Stanford LEAD’s Corporate Innovation Certificate is an academically rigorous online program focused on developing the skills necessary to drive organizational change. In this yearlong program, you will learn how to overcome barriers to change, identify opportunities for innovation, and move initiatives from the idea stage to implementation.

Key Benefits

Develop new frameworks and strategies to innovate in your organization.

  • Acquire business skills to implement and accelerate transformation within your organization and become a more effective change agent.
  • Gain insights across disciplines, including: finance, strategy, critical analytical thinking, negotiation, and design thinking.
  • Engage real-time with Stanford GSB faculty in interactive, virtual sessions.
  • Leverage personalized feedback to iterate on the job as you navigate real-world business challenges.
  • Connect with a diverse community of highly engaged peers from around the world.

Curriculum

The LEAD Corporate Innovation Program curriculum: Eight in-depth courses. 200-plus hours of relevant content. One year of intense virtual, social, and global learning.

Which innovative ideas will deliver the greatest impact? How do you overcome organizational barriers to change? What will it take to move from idea to implementation? The Stanford LEAD curriculum is carefully designed to help you answer them all. Through a combination of key business fundamentals and innovation-focused electives, you’ll learn how to address the unique challenges and opportunities aspiring leaders face when trying to foster and implement change within an established organization.

Start With the Fundamentals

The Stanford LEAD Certificate in Corporate Innovation begins with three foundation courses in finance, strategy, and critical analytical thinking to give you the strategic business tools and techniques to accelerate change and transformation in your organization.

Customize Your Corporate Innovation Curriculum with Electives

After completing the foundation courses, you will select five electives to match your specific interests, goals, and business challenges — from design thinking and negotiating to building business models and overcoming resistance to change.

What to Expect

Stanford LEAD has a unique, collaborative, and experiential design that requires active participation, such as watching exclusive course videos, reading case studies, participating in interactive speaker sessions, and collaborating on small team projects. Through these connection-driven activities, you will be able to apply course concepts immediately, share learnings, and receive feedback from faculty and your cohort of peers.

The Corporate Innovation curriculum is rigorous. Expect to spend an average of three to five hours per week per course. While the eight-course curriculum is designed to be completed in one year, you may have up to 24 months to complete the program.

Earn Your Certificate

Upon program completion, you will receive a Stanford GSB certificate in two formats: a Certified Electronic version that may be posted on your social networks or shared with your employer and a frameable version. Additionally, you will receive 24 CEU’s, which can be helpful in meeting professional re-certification requirements or to qualify for professional development or tuition reimbursement programs.

Who should attend

  • Mid- to senior-level leaders like you, who are committed to driving change and accelerating transformation in their organizations
  • Collaborative individuals who are motivated to exchange ideas and implement feedback from qualified peers from around the globe
  • Highly engaged leaders from large and small companies who are developing new products, services, or markets, or who are embarking on strategic pivots or cultural changes within their organizations

Experts

Research Statement Jesper B. Sørensen specializes in the dynamics of organizational and strategic change, and their implications for individuals and their careers. His research on firm outcomes has focused on the impact of organizational structure and culture on organizational learning, performa...
Research Statement William Barnett studies competition among organizations and how organizations and industries evolve globally. He is conducting a large-scale project that seeks to explain why and how some firms grow rapidly in globalizing markets. His prior research includes studies of how str...
Research Statement Margaret Neale’s research focuses primarily on negotiation and team performance. Her work has extended judgment and decision-making research from cognitive psychology to the field of negotiation. In particular, she studies cognitive and social processes that produce departures...
Research Statement Jeffrey Pfeffer has published extensively in the fields of organization theory and human resource management. His current research focuses on the relationship between time and money, power and leadership in organizations, economics language and assumptions and their effects on...
Research Statement Professor Rao studies collective action within organizations and in markets. His research and by implication, his teaching, revolves around scaling up mobilization, innovation, and talent in organizations. Teaching Statement Professor Rao teaches courses on Scaling up Excell...
Research Statement Sarah A. Soule's research examines state and organizational-level policy change and diffusion, and the role social movements have on these processes. She has recently published papers on how protest impacts multi-national firm-level decisions regarding divestment in Burma, and...
Bio Stefanos Zenios is the Investment Group of Santa Barbara Professor of Entrepreneurship and Professor of Operations, Information, and Technology. He is also the faculty codirector of Stanford GSB’s Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. An innovative teacher and researcher, Zenios is the main ar...
Research Statement Baba Shiv's research expertise is in the area of neuroeconomics, with specific emphasis on the role of neural structures related to emotion and motivation in shaping decisions and experiences. His recent work examines the interplay of the brain’s "liking" and "wanting" systems...
Research Interests Time, Money and Happiness The Power of Story Global Brand Building Emotions, Goals and Health The Psychology of Giving Bio Dr. Jennifer Aaker is a behavioral psychologist, author, and the General Atlantic Professor at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Her research focu...
Research Statement Professor Mendelson leads the School’s efforts in studying electronic business and its interaction with organizations, markets and value chains, and incorporating their implications into the School’s curriculum and research. His research interests include electronic business, ...

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