Judge Business School: Building and Sustaining an Entrepreneurial Culture
How can businesses sustain an entrepreneurial spirit while operating at scale? What is the right set of organisational structures and processes to generate sustainable growth? This programme introduces applicable frameworks and tools that help senior executives address those challenges.
|Dates||15 May 2019 - 17 May 2019 - Download as vCalendar|
|Venue||Cambridge Judge Business School, Executive Education|
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To thrive in today’s volatile business environment requires organisations to systematically challenge assumptions, recognise the non-obvious, and generate alternatives their customers value. Indeed, organisations increasingly need to reinvigorate their business offerings with the agility typical of entrepreneurs. But how can businesses sustain an entrepreneurial spirit while operating at scale? This programme offers tangible and actionable answers to this question. Importantly, the programme enables the delegates to quickly and effectively respond to the specific contingencies they face in their organisations. In other words, it prompts leaders to promote the right processes to encourage the desired outcomes.
This programme, builds upon the latest research and a combined experience of over 30 years of organisational support for entrepreneurial and growing organisations to introduce applicable frameworks and tools that help senior executives address the following challenges:
- How can you create a context within which entrepreneurialism is nurtured and contagious?
- What is the right set of organisational structures and processes to generate sustainable growth?
- How can you adopt the experimentation processes of successful start-ups to leverage the current strategic objectives?
- How can you systematically instil entrepreneurial agility within the current organisation’s innovation processes?
Cambridge Judge Business School is in the business of transformation - of individuals, of organisations and society.