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10/11/2019

029 Leading for Innovation: Systematically Identify Areas Ripe for Meaningful Change

Presenter: Abram Walton, Ph.D.

Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Time: 8:00-11:30 am

Level of Complexity:
Intermediate

Course Description: This course will look at the stages of the innovation process and how to implement them: planning, defining the course of action, establishing the motivation, attributing the action items, prioritizing, monitoring, and driving desired new behaviors, considering input and output metrics and a suite of leadership metrics to support specific growth initiatives. Creating and driving the effective use of innovation tools, processes, and metrics requires a strategic and disciplined approach that starts with the enterprise growth strategy and cascades throughout each business unit, division, and group structure.

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headshotAbram Walton, Ph.D.

Abram is an author, consultant, and researcher specializing in Strategic Innovation, Human Capital Management, and Leadership Development with a focus on developing business models that create sustainable competitive advantage. He takes a unique systems-thinking approach, which has cultivated multi-disciplinary collaborations, generating innovative organizational strategies and best practices. 

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