|Innovation Governance: Creating Opportunities for Innovation Leadership March 30-31 2009|
|Date||March 30-31 2009|
Most companies are now reasonably good at shepherding a new product concept through a development process and into the market. But the challenge of innovation has become much greater. It’s not enough to just create new products: to truly excel, companies must innovate throughout the organization in all ways that affect the customer experience and profitability. Innovations in services, pricing models, business processes, supplier relationships, and channels to market can be just as profitable as product innovations. Companies now face three difficult innovation challenges:
1) Coordinating dispersed innovation efforts around the company (prevent different departments or geographical units from accidentally pursuing the same innovation ideas, and ensure that all important areas of innovation are being addressed).
- Some inspiring examples of companies that have mastered these challenges
The event takes place at IMD in Lausanne (Switzerland)
IMD hosts a series of one and a half day discovery events throughout the year on the IMD campus. These events give you the chance to discuss IMD’s latest research with executives from all over the world.
Discovery events are open to executives from Learning Network member companies.
Registration for events is on a first come, first served basis. IMD does its utmost to accommodate all Learning Network members and retains the right to refuse, or to place on a waiting list "multiple" registrations coming from the same company.