Date: 10–12 December 2019
Globalization, analytics, artificial intelligence, digitization, mobility, transparency, 3-D printing, environmentalism, etc. have disrupted large companies and market leaders in almost every major industry, and given rise to a new breed of unicorns. Alas, large corporate innovation efforts been disappointing, whether disrupting from the outside in with venture scouts and funds, or from the inside out with in-house incubators. Despite tremendous assets and talented teams, many of the Global 1000 find it hard to design and launch new ventures that can disrupt existing markets and create new ones.
The program will have following benefits to the participants:
- Learning: Learn how to build a pipeline and portfolio of disruptive new ventures, both inside-out (with teams of intrapreneurs) and outside-in (by tapping into a rich pool of well-vetted external startups).
- Content: In each module of the program, participants will apply tools and methodology to their own company’s business challenges. They will develop actionable ideas to be tested, preliminary experimental designs, and 100-day action plans to trigger disruptive innovation upon their return to work.
- Behavior: Address the formidable “mothership” issues that hinder the discovery, design, and building of innovative business ventures in most corporations.
General managers and senior marketing, strategy, business development, and innovation professionals in companies are charged with planning and implementing innovation programs and struggling to generate organic growth
Program Faculty Bio
Rick Kolsky, is a Marketing Professor at the Kellogg School of Management, and a Faculty Partner for Mach49, a Silicon Valley incubator and accelerator for Global 1000 companies. Rick leverages his 34 years of management consulting and executive education experience to help global companies discover, design, and execute market-focused innovations via action learning. He has taught and consulted to companies on 6 continents, including multiple client workshops in India. His students and clients have disrupted a wide variety of industries, from hip-hop to cement to peanut-butter-and jelly to accounting.
Dr. Kolsky holds a Ph.D. from Yale in Economics and a BA-MA in Engineering and Economics from Brown.
10 – 12 December 2019
Rs. 75,000 + GST (As applicable)
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Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University