There is more to innovation within a company than just creating ideas. Many companies need to be renovated to enable innovation. Renovation includes both soft-edged (culture) and hard-edged (management systems) aspects of what makes the company run day in and day out. Changing the organization to be more innovative is a slow and deliberate process that insures you keep what is working and renovate what needs improving.
Created by: Dr. Nancy Tennant
Requirements: The Innovation Universe Master Class Series: Introduction
Time: EMBED is broken down into 2 modules
EMBED A: 44 minutes + EMBED B: 38 minutes
One Module in the Series: This course includes one Module of the Universe Master Class Series. Select this option to view the module for EMBED. To view the bundled series that includes EMBED, go to the course titled 'Universe Master Class Series - Bundled.'
What Will I Learn
- The invisible nature of what truly drives and runs organizations, and how that is often not innovating friendly
- How to change the organization to make innovation thrive.
- How to enact a methodical and deliberate change process for the systems that drive business performance to insure that innovation is enabled for the long term.
- Change Models - a look at enterprise, initiative, individual and stakeholder levels of change.
- Culture Evolution - an understanding of the role of culture and how to enable culture to drive innovation.
- Organization Principles - hidden underlying factors that control the organization and how we interact with each other, many that need updated to allow innovation to thrive.
- Endo/Management Systems - the often invisible produces, policies and process
Select this course to view the EMBED module of the Master Class series. Or to view the bundled series that includes the EMBED module, select the Innovation Universe Master Class Series - Bundled.
Chapter 1: Change Models
Tool: Stakeholder Analysis MVA (Minimum Viable Approach - Tool)
Chapter 2: Culture Evolution
Tool: Competing Values + OCAI MVA (Minimum Viable Approach - Tool)
Chapter 3: Organization Principles
Tool: From-To Organization Principles MVA (Minimum Viable Approach - Tool)
Chapter 4: Endo/Management Systems
Tool: 5 Steps to Change Management Systems MVA (Minimum Viable Approach - Tool)
Who is the Target Audience?
This Series is for innovators who work in companies; for iMentors or facilitators of innovation; and for innovation leads charged with creating or sustaining innovation in their company. It is for those who have experienced the fog of innovation and who want a non-branded, no-“genius”-required explanation and approach for everyone in your company.
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The recommendations and ideas presented in the Innovation Universe® Masterclass Series are the results of best practices and thought leadership but are not a guarantee of results. Please use your judgment, business requirements and leadership alignment to determine what works best for you and your company.
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Dr. Nancy Tennant
Professor, Consultant, Author, Practitioner, Speaker
About the instructor
Dr. Nancy Tennant is a consultant, professor and best-selling author in innovation, leadership and organization change. She is one of the world’s leading pioneers and practitioners in transforming businesses to achieve innovation from everyone and everywhere.
Businessweek named Dr. Tennant one of the 25 Innovation Champions in the world. She is an instructor at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business where she is also on the Advisory Group of the Harry L. Davis Center for Leadership, an incubator for new perspectives on leadership; and at The University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business where she co-founded the top-rated Certified Innovation Mentor and I-Mentor Boot Camp Programs. She is a frequent public speaker to “C” level audiences around the world.
She is the Chief Innovation Officer Emeritus for Whirlpool Corporation where she reported to the Chairman and CEO for over 17 years; transforming Whirlpool into an innovation powerhouse resulting in acclaim from publications such as Fast Company and Fortune while creating billions in new revenue from innovation. Dr. Tennant was also responsible for leadership development, core competencies, and organization growth. She co-founded Whirlpool University, with an enrollment of over 17,000 students per year from 170 countries.
She is the co-author of numerous articles including The 5 Requirements of a Truly Innovative Company (Hamel & Tennant). She is the co-author of three best-selling books: Unleashing Innovation; Mastering Virtual Teams and Strategic Innovation. She is currently working on her eLearning series and new book Innovation Universe.
Dr. Tennant holds a doctorate from The George Washington University. She is the President Emeritus of The First Tee of Benton Harbor, a not-for-profit organization that offers life skills to at-risk youth. She is an artist, writer, and poet.