The Coronavirus pandemic has impacted every aspect of our lives and businesses. There is no clear pathway to the future, intensifying the need to innovate, despite significant barriers.
In this webinar, Professor Simon Mosey, explores the barriers to innovation - lack of time, lack of capability, inappropriate bureaucracy and fear of failure and shares examples from the NHS, digital start-ups and large corporates of how these can be overcome. In an interactive format, Simon shares practical tips, grounded in theory and built from research that managers can use today to realise innovation within their own activities and within the projects that they are responsible for.
About the speaker
Simon is Director of the Haydn Green Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. He is editor of the Journal of Technology Transfer and his research interests address technology entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship education and building a culture of innovation. He is co-author of the popular books, Ingenuity and Building an Entrepreneurial Organisation and has published his research within leading academic journals such as Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, Research Policy, Journal of Management Studies, Academy of Management Learning & Education and periodicals such as the Washington Post and the Financial Times. He is chair of the award winning Young Entrepreneurs Schemes that have developed the entrepreneurial skills of over 5000 academic researchers. Simon has led innovative programmes with entrepreneurs and managers globally and he has held research and management posts at BP and Courtaulds.
Who should attend?
Suitable for those working in leadership roles, managing people and processes through the current pandemic and beyond. It will also provide useful insight for HR, L&D and talent management professionals with responsibility for developing management capabilities within their organisation.
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