The Innovative Organization

Haas School of Business

Haas School of Business

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  • C-Suite executives
  • VPs
  • Directors
  • Division managers
  • Executives who manage teams or effect change within their organizations

About the course

Innovation drives the modern enterprise. Entrepreneurial leaders of successful firms thrive on capturing and capitalizing on the opportunities created by new technologies, new markets, and new ways of doing business. But are you successfully promoting an innovative business culture within your organization? To stay relevant in today’s dynamic marketplace, complacency is not an option. Companies must continually seek ways to ideate, innovate, and push through new ideas – from concept to implementation – in order to remain competitive.

The Innovative Organization is a fresh take on corporate innovation that prepares managers and leaders to embrace the challenges and opportunities of creating a truly ambidextrous enterprise -- one that is capable of both entrepreneurial opportunity development and excellent execution (both essential but potentially conflicting activities). The program provides the frameworks and tools for executives to capitalize on the trends and opportunities of today’s rapid innovation cycles.

The program empowers you to be a transformative leader by designing your own personal innovation glide-path.

Expand and Accelerate Innovation Develop your innovation through new management approaches that go beyond incremental innovation to rapidly explore radical and even disruptive opportunities.

Identify & Seize New Opportunities Acquire real-world tools and frameworks to spot trends, ideate, innovate, and push through new ideas in your organization.

Capitalize on Internal Innovation Use rapid concept testing and when appropriate spinning out new ventures to realize internal innovation.

Drive a Culture of Innovation Develop the influence to move your organization using new leadership skills for creating a culture of innovation and change management.

Sustain Innovation through Your Strategy Learn how your organization can harness and benefit from strategies and frameworks like Lean Innovation, Design Thinking, Open innovation, Business Model experimentation and actively engaging with the local and global innovation ecosystem.

Experience Cutting-Edge Theory Combined with Practical Applications Learn to identify profitable ventures, raise investment capital, manage the deal process, and build effective leadership teams. Finance innovation through Corporate Venture Capital and early collaboration with innovative startups.

The Innovative Organization provides an optimal educational foundation to advance to other Berkeley Executive Education offerings including the Venture Capital Executive Program, Strategy in Competitive Markets, and Corporate Business Model Innovation.

PROGRAM TOPICS

The Innovative Organization program curriculum covers the following topics:

TOPIC 1 | Your Innovation Primer

  • The challenge and opportunity of innovation
  • Models of innovation: Mature companies and startup ventures
  • Open innovation
  • Customer-Centric innovation
  • Live cases in innovation: Major corporations panel

TOPIC 2 | Recognizing Opportunities and Organizing for Innovation

  • Opportunity, strategy, and assessment
  • Trendspotting
  • Corporate venturing
  • Technology-Driven innovation trends & case studies
  • Live cases in innovation: Entrepreneurs panel

TOPIC 3 | The Innovation Process: Tools for Strategy & Implementation

  • Organization design of innovation
  • The lean launchpad
  • Lean innovation management
  • Applying the innovation process to business model creation
  • Business model discovery and transformation
  • Sustainability as an innovation strategy
  • Live cases in innovation: Venture capitalists

TOPIC 4 | Innovation in Action

  • Power and influence
  • Mastering the influence to move the organization
  • Live cases in innovation: Your personal innovation plan

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Jerome Engel

Jerome Engel is a leader in entrepreneurship education, venture capital, corporate innovation and regional economic development. A veteran of Silicon Valley, Engel joined the University of California at Berkeley in 1991 to found the Lester Center for Entrepreneurship. As an adjunct professor at t...

Homa Bahrami

Education PhD, Organizational Behavior, Aston University MSc, Industrial Administration, Aston University BA with Honors, Sociology & Social Administration, Hull University Positions Held At Haas since 1986 2009 – present, Advisory Board, Center for Teaching Excellence, Haas Scho...

Sara Beckman

Education PhD, Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, Stanford University MS, Statistics, Stanford University MS, Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, Stanford University BS with Distinction, Industrial Engineering, Stanford University Positions Held At Haas ...

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