Short Program

Strategic Innovation

A two-day program to help you create a culture that nurtures business-building innovation

In this program, you will discover how to be more productive and to increase your level of innovation. You will understand how organizational elements interact in ways that can enhance the generation, growth and implementation of new ideas and how to overcome the organizational, interpersonal and competitive forces that can stifle innovation.
What You Will Learn

You'll learn ideas and techniques you can apply right away, including:

  • Proven methods for generating, assessing and implementing ideas in your organization
  • Strategies for building a culture that makes innovation an everyday part of your organization
  • How to overcome the barriers to innovation
Who Should Attend
  • Senior executives
  • Small business owners
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Technology managers
  • Project managers
  • Managers of all levels
  • Rising supervisors
Continuing Education Credits

1.5 hours of CEUs.

NOTE:
This program has limited seats so please register early. If the program session becomes full, you will be notified if you must be placed on the wait list.

Scheduled Dates
Wed, May 23 - Thu, May 24 2018
Location
Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management, Nashville, TN

401 21st Avenue South, Nashville, TN

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Program at a Glance
Length 2 Days
Cost $2,150

Cost includes tuition, instructional materials, continental breakfast and lunch (all days)

Location

Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management, Nashville, TN

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Certificate Series

This Short Program is offered as part of a four-course Certificate Series. Take all four courses within a 36-month period and earn a substantial discount compared to single Short Program prices.

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What Participants Say

"A great two days to reflect and refine your skills as a CEO or any other significant leader/influencer in your organization."


"This course has already led to the design of a new statewide initiative designed to help low-income and "first generation" students achieve the academic success necessary in the 21st Century economy."



 "I realized that innovation is not some foreign concept for companies like Google only; it is something that we can easily adopt in our companies."



Faculty

David Owens
Professor for the Practice of Management and Innovation

Dave Owens is a well-established authority on innovation and new product development who has lended his expertise to Fortune 500 companies and students alike.

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