Professor Ron Adner from Tuck Business School at Dartmouth College talked about “A New Strategy for Innovation: What Successful Innovators See that Others miss” and how to use minimum viable ecosystems as a strategy for launching new solutions.
Teaming for Innovation
Professor Amy Edmondson from Harvard Business School and the world’s leading expert on high-performance teams, leads discussions on how to effectively use teams by creating a psychologically safe environment focused on maximizing learning and innovation.
Disruptive Innovation and Jobs to be Done
Professor Clayton M. Christensen from Harvard Business School launched his new book “Competing against luck” in Trondheim. This seminar focused on understanding the theory of disruptive innovation and how to avoid the threat of disruption by using the “jobs to be done” framework.
The end of Competitive Advantage
Professor Rita McGrath from Columbia Business School who is one of the leading voices in the field of strategy came and talked about how to use real option logic and discovery driven planning to manage portfolios of temporary advantages that collectively yield lasting advantage.
Navigating the Innovation Journey
Professor Andrew Van de Ven who is one of the leading figures in modern innovation research lead discussions on how to change processes in established organizations, and how to navigate the innovation journey that is often fraught with unforeseen challenges.