About the Course
In a world characterized by volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity, leaders require innovation skills. Thinking flexibly and developing an entrepreneurial mindset are critical to thriving in uncertain business environments.
This specialization addresses how to recognize and question assumptions and constraints so as to identify and capitalize on opportunities. Innovation is needed within existing organizations and to found new organizations. Learning to change the rules of the game by creating innovative value propositions and discovering new market positions for sustained competitive advantage are some of the actionable lessons in this specialization.
This specialization will be of value to both aspiring and practising entrepreneurs as well as employees in established firms who are interested in becoming innovative leaders in an interconnected world.
There are 7 Courses in this Specialization
- Strategic Innovation: Building and Sustaining Innovative Organizations
- Strategic Innovation: Managing Innovation Initiatives
- Creativity Toolkit I: Changing Perspectives
- Creativity Toolkit II: Creative Collaboration
- Entrepreneurship I: Laying the Foundation
- Entrepreneurship II: Preparing for Launch
- Innovation: From Creativity to Entrepreneurship Capstone
- Raj Echambadi Alan J. and Joyce D. Baltz Professor | Sr. Associate Dean for Strategic Innovation Department of Business Administration, College of Business
- Jeffrey Loewenstein Professor Department of Business Administration
- Thomas E. Parkinson Visiting Professor University of Illinois College of Business
- E. Geoffrey Love Associate Professor Department of Business Administration, Gies College of Business
- Jack Goncalo Professor Department of Business Administration
- Jeff Flesher PhD
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