Driving Innovation

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Driving Innovation
equips high performers with the intrapreneurial skills and tools to drive innovation and change, creating value within your organization.

In this course, intrapreneurship expert Robyn Bolton teaches the the process of innovation, cultivating the skills and mindset for participants to effectively innovate from within. Intrapreneurship theory is reinforced with the integration of a real-world project that begins with problem identification and concludes with the creation of an innovation business plan, delivering tangible value to your organization.

Interested? Contact Janice Silver at .

When you invest in your people through Driving Innovation, you will:

Gain leaders with the skills and mindset to creatively solve problems

Empower individuals to envision change and inspire others to make it happen

Enable teams from all disciplines to apply innovation in any facet of their work

Demonstrate commitment for business growth

Driving Innovation equips high performers with the intrapreneurial skills and tools to drive innovation, change, and revenue within your organization.
This 8-week course is 100% virtual and requires approximately 35 hours to complete.

Who should take this course?

  • Currently employed in a connectivity industry organization
  • Manager through senior director (or individual contributor equivalent) across all departments
  • High performer/rising leader
Meet Robyn Bolton
Meet Robyn BoltonDriving Innovation Leader
  • Harvard MBA, and long career driving innovation that generates tangible business results
  • Intrapreneur at Procter & Gamble who helped develop and launch Swiffer product line
  • Founder of Mile Zero and former Partner at Innosight, the innovation firm founded by Clayton Christensen (father of theory of disruptive innovation)
  • Thought leader and contributor to Harvard Business Review Online, Fast Company, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Forbes, The New York Times, and NPR’s Marketplace

    Course Tuition:

    Course Tuition:

    Early Bird

    $5,450

    Standard

    $5,950

    Driving Innovation

    2021/2022 Classes

    All courses are 8 weeks. Choose from one of the classes scheduled in 2021-2022.

    Sept. 14 – Nov. 3, 2021

    Early Bird Deadline: July 16, 2021
    Standard Deadline: Aug. 20, 2021

    SOLD OUT

    Sept. 20 – Nov. 9, 2022

    Early Bird Deadline: July 8, 2022
    Standard Deadline: Aug. 12, 2022
                

    March 1 – April 20, 2022

    Early Bird Deadline: Jan. 7, 2022
    Standard Deadline: Feb. 4, 2022
                

    May 10 – June 29, 2022

    Early Bird Deadline: March 11, 2022
    Standard Deadline: April 8, 2022
                

    July 12 – Aug. 31, 2022

    Early Bird Deadline: May 13, 2022
    Standard Deadline: June 10, 2022
                

    Sample Class Format

    Week 1

    Week 2 – 7

    Week 8

     

    Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:30am-12:00pm MST

    Tuesdays from 9:00am-9:50am MST

    Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:30am-12:00pm MST

     

     * Weekly projects vary in time, but please expect 2-4 hours of additional
    time each week. Estimated total class time is 35 hours.

     *Cancellation Policy

    If registered participant cancels within 30 days of course start date, registrant (or organization) will be responsible for 50% of the course tuition. If cancellation occurs within 14 days of course start date, registrant (or organization) will be responsible for the full tuition amount.

    Slide 2 M Patty Bullington

    IA provided the launch pad for me to work on an idea I had been noodling on for a few years. IA allowed me to dig in, find a sponsor that would advocate for the project, and deliver a solution that is making a big impact for my organization.

    Patty Bullington

    Director of Accessibility, Charter;
    Driving Innovation Graduate

    Slide 2 Jeremy Meissner

    Intrapreneurship Academy provided me with tools I still use today in developing and architecting solutions for my company. It also helped me hone my current skills, including how to talk to colleagues clearly and get them involved in finding the best solution.

    Jeremy Meissner

    Principal Engineer II, Charter Spectrum
    Driving Innovation Graduate

    Slide 1 Kristin Buchs

    This program gave me skills I was able to use immediately in my job.

    Kristin Buch

    NCTA: The Internet & Television Association
    Driving Innovation Graduate

    Slide 2 M Del Velcchio

    Initially when I came here I thought innovation only was related to technology and products. So, learning about the process and a new way of doing things I think was the best takeaway for me.

    Monica Lena Del Velcchio

    Liberty Latin America
    Driving Innovation Graduate

    Slide 3 Adam Eng

    The tools that you learn through this course drastically changed my approach to innovation.

    Adam Eng

    Comcast
    Driving Innovation Graduate

    Slide 4 Ubek Ergashev

    The biggest thing I learned from this class was the framework around innovation. So many times we think about innovation as this sort of catch-all term and exciting buzzword. But there are concrete skills that you can learn and apply… The things we have learned here have been invaluable in terms of thinking through an idea and seeing it through to execution.

    Ubek Ergashev

    Machine Q, Comcast, Driving Innovation Graduate

    Slide 5 V. Spinosi

    It’s practical, it’s realistic, and I think anyone who is thinking about joining should apply… The time is now!

    Valerie Spinosi

    Comcast
    Driving Innovation Graduate

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