From Volkswagen to Dunlop, Nigerian Airways to NITEL, Peugeot to NEPA, one could contend that what they all have in common aside from extinction in Nigeria are poor strategic leadership, limited innovation and many failed change initiatives.
Hence, it is critical for organisations to develop strategic leadership and to have innovation in their DNA now more than ever before.
The world is facing turbulent times. The pandemic and current challenges are overwhelming for economies across the globe. Every aspect of our daily life has been upended, and the general perception is that this has come to stay or, at best, change the way we live forever.
This is not the first time the world has witnessed a crisis. We have been down this road before and recovered.
The hospitality, travel, entertainment, oil and gas, financial services industry and the government are among others that have suffered a substantial downturn during this period. Despite all these challenges, several organisations (e.g. telecoms, logistics, fintech and technology companies) have also witnessed considerable growth and expansion within the same period. Common to all these successful companies is that they have strategic leaders who inspire collaboration and innovation in their organisation.
We at TEXEM recognise the urgent need for organisations to focus on innovation at this critical time. There are many post crises growth anticipated, and we know that only innovative solutions will generate the essential profitable growth needed to surmount the existential challenges we face.
In view of this, TEXEM is inviting organisations and executives to our impactful and well-tailored programme scheduled to hold between the 26th of May – 27th day of May 2021, titled LEADING AND DRIVING INNOVATION FOR SUCCESS DURING TOUGH TIMES.
This two-day executive development programme will help senior executives in your organisation develop valuable insights that you require to effectively and efficiently achieve your goals, especially with the plethora of socio-economic and wellbeing challenges that the world is currently facing.
The sessions will be live, virtual and very engaging to suit the new reality we currently face.
This executive development programme would address these critical questions and many more. How should organisations pursue innovation for recovery and success? What are lessons learned from failed attempts to innovate? What do the experts recommend? How do we recover from this crisis and win? How do we increase value through innovation? What is the strategic role of a leader in inspiring innovation during turbulent times, and how could leaders facilitate this? We are confident that through this TEXEM programme you will find solutions to all these questions and more. You are sure to find this programme very impactful and beneficial.
At the end of this Leading And Driving Innovation For Success During Tough Times, you will develop excellent skills on how to pursue innovation as a strategy for survival and profitable growth despite all the challenges currently faced. With innovative strategies, you will be able to identify viable ideas that you can implement to thrive and achieve sustainable success.
The key facilitators of this session are Prof. Wim Vanhaverbeke, ESADE and University of Surrey and Dr. Tony Raven, CEO, Cambridge University Enterprise who will share actionable and requisite insights into what it takes to lead and drive innovation for success amidst the pandemic.
They have a wealth of experience and practical knowledge that has helped hundreds of organisations excel, worth sharing. For example, Dr Tony Raven, a faculty on this programme, leads Cambridge University Enterprise’s supporting University staff and students in creating world-class societal benefit by commercialising their world-leading research and scholarship. His strategic leadership has resulted in tremendous growth for Cambridge University Enterprise; since 2011, its venture funding capacity has grown by 730%. The number of spin-outs created by Cambridge University Enterprise, where Dr Tony Raven is the CEO, has gone up by 250%, and its consultancy support service has increased by 90%. Today, Cambridge University Enterprise is one of the most successful offices internationally. Compared to its international peers, it generates more licences per £/$ of research funding and the lowest cost per license. Cambridge University spin-outs have raised the largest amount of investment in total over the past five years. Dr Tony Raven would share insights into how he has achieved this and how executives in the public and private sectors could achieve similar feats.
Every leader is welcome to attend this executive development programme. Whether you are a CEO, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Human Resource Manager, General Manager, Chief Marketing Officer, Chief Accounting Officer, Chief Procurement Officer, you cannot afford to miss this programme. Also, participants could include Chief Publicity Officer, Chief Technical Officer, and everyone else who occupies a leadership position. Dear executives, this TEXEM UK’s leadership and innovation executive development programme https://texem.co.uk/leading-and-driving-innovation-for-success-during-tough-times/ is an opportunity to learn requisite actionable insights to achieve success that endures. You can choose to apply as an individual or as a group from your organisation. For more information, please call +44 7425 883791 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://texem.co.uk/leading-and-driving-innovation-for-success-during-tough-times/