Lecture 1 (01:52)
Innovation can be defined as the application of creativity toward solving a business problem. Encouraging innovation is one of the most difficult challenges facing company leadership today.
Participant's Guidebook and Exercises Introduction
Lecture 3 (05:22)
In Video Part I the coaches will be introduced. You and your team will see firsthand some of the innovation problems faced by these great leaders. The coaches will discuss their significant obstacles and setbacks. The coaches will then provide inspirational stories about how they achieved success.
Participant's Guidebook and Exercises part I
Lecture 5 (11:20)
In Video Part II, the coaches will share their secrets for executing the process of innovation. The coaches will describe various circumstances in which innovation was necessary to success, as well as how each innovated
strategically and tactically to create winning situations.
Participant's Guidebook and Exercises part II
Lecture 7 (10:29)
All of us are continually and necessarily undertaking significant risks. How do world-class coaching greats manage the profound risks and challenges they encounter every day?
Participant's Guidebook and Exercises part III
Lecture 9 (07:14)
The business arena is dynamic and constantly evolving; times change, competitors catch up, the preferences of clients transform continually, and industry trends can completely alter your sector landscape. The
ability to adapt and the capacity for flexibility are vital in such a complex environment.
Participant's Guidebook and Exercises part IV
Lecture 11 (05:24)
You are innovating to win. You need to focus your efforts on a target. What is the right target? Who is your competition? What are the factors for ultimate success?
Participant's Guidebook and Exercises part V