The overall intention of the course is to train attendees in how to initiate strategic innovation within large, complex organizations. The emphasis will be on augmenting attendees’ existing skills for conceiving, designing, and leading behavior change at scale. In doing so, the course will broaden attendees’ leadership and innovation toolkit through a “case sprint” structure. The course will teach a collection of analytic and creative concepts that are curated to strengthen attendees’ existing leadership capabilities and improve their strategic thinking in their primary roles.
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Professor Will Gossin teaches entrepreneurship and innovation across several professional schools at the University of Chicago including Chicago Booth. He teaches experiential courses on innovation, human-centered design, new venture creation, and social entrepreneurship at the Harris School of Public Policy. Professor Gossin’s passion is to make learning as applied, experiential, and relevant as possible. He has advised and trained teams of executive leaders in both corporations and government around the world, e.g., London, Hong Kong, New Delhi, and throughout the United States. He especially enjoys teaching experienced audiences as they ask better questions, push discussions in more rigorous directions, and are motivated to improve their current work.