Our innovation programs are intended to address leaders who create a market-savvy coalition. The goal is to ensure a systematic approach to managing innovation and address globally shifting priorities presented by organizational leaders. The expectation is that graduates of our innovation programs will have a strong sense of how to lead innovation within today’s demanding and continuously changing environment, and to be confident in the change that they create.
Innovation programs are delivered in partnership with Center for Innovation Management Studies (CIMS), who have created a series of analytic tools and seminars to help leaders develop personal capabilities and an innovation culture.
Big Data/Disruptive Innovation
- Innovation models
- IMMA Survey
- Define your Culture
- Elements of Culture – Cultural Artifacts, Meaning, Values, Norms, Diversity, Political Interdependence
- Building a Culture of Interdependence
- Understanding Key Variables that Drive Organizational Decisions
- Embedding a culture
- Tools for change
Innovation Case Study
Biogen's RTP manufacturing site convened an expert forum with NC State Collaboratory partners to address a disruptive change to the operational model.
Biogen Idec, the world’s oldest independent biotechnology company, and Eisai Co., Ltd, a research-based pharmaceutical company of worldwide products, established a partnership on December 12th, 2012 like no other. With manufacturing facilities only a mile apart, the two companies decided to share production facilities in order to better respond to changing customer demands and maximize their resources...