Disruptive Leadership: Fostering a Culture of Game-Changing Innovation
Dates: November 18-19, 2013
Location: NYU Stern, 44 W. 4th Street, New York, NY 10012
Tuition: $2,800 (accommodation not included)
Program Description: The future is not predictable. We are living in a fast-changing and uncertain time––a disruptive age. The scale of the challenges we face and the accelerating speed of innovation demands a new approach to innovation leadership––a new way of fostering counterintuitive ideas, forcing improbable insights and opening minds to uncomfortable solutions. Disruptive Leadership is about fostering a culture of game-changing innovation that provides the framework and motivation to generate those ideas and execute those solutions. It is an essential skill for any business leader, from a small start-up to a global corporation, with the desire to transform organizational processes and behaviors, and ask, “Why hadn’t we ever thought about our business and culture this way before?”
This program is intended for organizations and institutions, executives and entrepreneurs who wish to rethink the habits that have made them successful in the past, and challenge the conventional wisdom and industry models that have defined their business. To achieve these objectives, the program combines presentations and discussion with practical exercises where participants apply disruptive leadership principles to business issues and scenarios.
Who Should Attend: Individuals with high potential for leadership, individuals who are managing other people or teams, individuals who significant leadership responsibilities
During this program participants will:
-Understand the need for disruptive innovation in a business and industry
-Craft disruptive hypotheses that provoke status quo biases and behaviors
-Build and lead disruptive teams with the potential for great impact and influence
-Pitch disruptive ideas that create traction in the organization with stakeholders
This course is eligible for Continuing Professional Education Credits (CPE). Please contact the NYU Stern Executive Education office for more information.
November 18-19, 2013
- Luke Williams, Clinical Associate Professor of Marketing
- Anat Lechner, Clinical Associate Professor of Management and Organizations