Strategic Innovation: Disrupting the Business Model
Executive Education Open Enrollment Program
Rapid technological change demands a new understanding of innovation – and the agile ecosystem to support it.
2019 Dates: Sept. 25-27, 2019
2020 Dates: Sept. 23-25, 2020
Location: Carnegie Mellon University
In an ever-changing business landscape, it’s hard to keep up, let alone get ahead of the pack. Traditional product and service innovations are often slow and expensive. To create value, you need to reinvent the business model itself. From new customer channels to enhanced value streams to novel pricing schemes, Strategic Innovation: Disrupting the Business Model will open your organization to unseen opportunity.
Move beyond incremental improvements. Instead, reimagine how to create leaps in shareholder value. Let Carnegie Mellon’s renowned faculty and seasoned industry leaders help you to recognize new possibilities for - and threats to - your organization. Learn to foster nimble, creative thinking and shake up your culture from the inside out. Experience hands-on application of cutting edge technological advances.
Don’t let changing environmental conditions leave you behind – transform ahead of the curve and ride it to success.
Contact a program director at 412-268-2304 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
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This program is designed for anyone responsible for or involved in the strategic direction of the organization or individual business unit. Recommended participants include mid- to senior-level executives and managers who want to more effectively lead their business unit to success and executives and managers from companies in quickly-changing industries, including manufacturing, services, technology and consumer products.
- Signals of change in the age of disruption
- Trends in technology
- Emerging technologies
- Leading strategic innovation
Innovation insight and opportunities
- Reimagining the business model
- Design thinking for user centered design
Identifying and developing innovation leaders and a culture of innovation
- Create the internal systems for innovation
Identify, recruit and develop innovation leaders using scorecards, assessments and processes for results
Recognize elements required for a successful innovation culture
Professor of Economics; Senior Associate Dean, Education
Partner, Birchmere Ventures; Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship
President, Innovative Thought