This session is designed for either current managers or those who are interested in becoming one. Topics covered include: Leadership styles/enneagram, High performing teams, Prioritization and project management, Feedback and coaching, Stakeholder management and Building trust.
This session uses red teaming tools as a process for identifying issues with a plan or strategy, the key data needed to make more informed decisions, and the right stakeholders to influence. Topics include: Key assumptions check, Stakeholder analysis, 4 ways of seeing, Pre-mortem analysis, and Communication plan and strategy.
Leveraging the framework originally developed by Shell to help plan for uncertain future externalities, this can be customized to address specific global, national, and industry futures. We develop four potential scenarios and in teams determine what attributes will be required to be successful in each specific future and develop an action plan to do so.
Based on the National Science Foundation’s I-Corps program, participants go through an intensive one to eight week training session based on the lean launch methodology. Tools include the business model canvas and finding product-market fit through a series of customer/stakeholder interviews. This is an excellent tool to enable entrepreneurship as well as innovation inside large…