This is an 30+ min lesson about “How do you develop and grow a disruptive innovation next to your core business”. This is a hot topic among CEO’s and their executive teams. They all realize that they have to innovate, disrupt and can’t be left behind. However developing and growing a disruptive innovation is more difficult than people think.
In this lesson, I will offer in this talk 6 evidence based tips on how leaders should think about those challenges. The stories is based on research, and uses several great examples to make this story sparkle. This are the cases of Post-It (3M), Kodak, Nespresso, Medtronic and British Airways.
This story is particularly relevant for senior executives, mid level professionals in a wide variety of industries. But particularly so in traditional industries where there is a plenty of disruption going on. For example the Financial Services industry, it therefore is important to understand how to grow and develop disruptive innovations.
In short, it’s a very interesting lesson with good examples with several key take aways and lessons that can be directly applied to your company.
Who this course is for
- Prospective MBA students
- Students, Employees, Managers and Executives with an interest in managing disruptive innovations
- It was relevant something that i could relate to in industries that where used in examples, seeing why some players have gone under and how so have thrived because of how they embraced change ~ Timothy S
- High level and very good to understand ~ Gerrit E
- Concise with great points! Very helpful! ~ Jennifer H
- The instructor was able to discuss everything in the subject and made everything clear with the examples, and was able to deliver the course in a compact, but understandable manner as he was able to hit the topics straight to the point ~ J Flores Carullo
What you'll learn
- Understand why it is so challenging to manage disruptive innovations next to a core business.
- Make better decisions within corporates to deal with managing innovations.
No specific prior knowledge is required, but in interest and understanding of business and strategy is helpful.