Innovation-driven growth at the organizational level requires a multidisciplinary approach. To achieve that growth, leaders must adopt a strategy for fostering new thinking and, blueprint in hand, convey that strategy both laterally and vertically. It all comes down to the communication: disseminate knowledge and best practices, and work toward organization-wide acceptance, from planning to execution.
Kellogg’s expert faculty offers the latest in the strategy of innovation and effective techniques for adopting it across the organization. Whether participants are already well versed in innovation and growth or are seeking out a sound foundation in the fundamentals, they’ll return to the office with a fresh perspective, the process for implementing cultural transformation and the strategic agility to iterate and improve.
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Based on time-tested economic principles for profitability and growth, this program offers strategy-focused leaders a blend of modern theory, strategic analysis and practical application for sustaining an organization’s long-term competitive advantage.
Successful innovation management requires highly trained leaders who can ignite the creative spirit and create a culture of innovation. In this program, you will develop the skills and tools you need to instill an innovation mindset within your organization and inspire your people to higher levels of creativity.
If you’re attracted by the promises of strategic alliances — faster growth, greater leverage, lower risk — you also need to know the pitfalls. Learn how to build value-adding relationships and when to make, buy or ally.
Emphasizing action, this program teaches a market-tested framework that has delivered sustained double-digit growth in revenues and margins for major global brands. You’ll leave with a business growth strategy and actionable agenda for driving growth within your organization.
Our M&A experts will show you how to evaluate mergers and acquisitions from all angles — from strategy and financing to alliances and integration — and then use an M&A process that generates the greatest value from any restructuring deal.