In a VUCA world—one characterized by volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity—traditional leadership skills are not enough. Today’s complex business and work environment is marked by shifting trends. Change is happening at rapid speed. Teams and their leaders must continually reinvent products and services.
This webinar will help participants better understand the people factor and other critical enablers for innovation, and how they can encourage and harness the innovation potential within their organization. Using examples from her role as adjunct professor of management and her 25 years of experience as a global industry executive, Sylvia Vogt will provide participants with immediately applicable tools and tips for success.
Designed for mid- to senior-level professionals and executives, this session will provide a glimpse of the high-quality executive training available at Carnegie Mellon University’s Executive Education Center.
In this webinar, you will:
- Learn innovation’s role in solving problems and creating value
- Explore methods, tools, and techniques to encourage and enable diverse thinking—key to successful innovation
- Recognize the role of the leader in an innovation culture
The webinar is presented by:
Sylvia B. Vogt
Sylvia Vogt was appointed President of Carnegie Bosch Institute (CBI) effective January 1, 2009. As Bosch executive in residence, she leads the Institute’s activities, which include stimulating scientific research at the intersection of business and technology, fostering international networks between industry and academia, and disseminating knowledge through conferences and innovative executive education programs. In her role as faculty in the classroom and certified executive coach, her focus is on leadership development, leading innovation, change management, and the people dimension in international business.