Ethics and Leadership: Innovation in Education

Description of Yale School of Management Video: Panelists: Joel Klein, Executive Vice President, News Corporation; Ned Lamont ’80, Founder and Chairman, Lamont Digital Systems, Inc.; Jennifer C. Niles ’98, Founder and Head of School, E.L. Haynes Public Charter School; and Peter Salovey PhD ’86, President & Chris Argyris Professor of Psychology, Yale University Moderator: Thomas…

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Toward an Open-Solution Society

Description of Duke School of Business Video: On February 11, 2014, the Duke community came together to celebrate the life and work of Professor J. Gregory Dees, founder of the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) and the “father of social entrepreneurship education.” The event included a welcome and introduction from CASE Executive…

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Shaping the Future: Leadership Skills for an Uncertain World

Description of Duke School of Business Video: Watch the event sponsored by Duke Executive Education during 2011 Advanced Management Program Reunion weekend. “Shaping the Future: Leadership Skills for a VUCA World” is presented by Rick Voirin, Adjunct Professor and Orchestrator for the Advanced Management Program.

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Healthcare Innovation Training

You can begin learning and get started with focused design thinking and healthcare innovation training in your medical organization. This is relevant whether you provide patient care or a product or service for to medical institutions, practices, or healthcare systems. Learn the basics for applying design thinking, a popular approach for healthcare also known as…

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Energy for Tomorrow – Accelerating Energy Innovation

Description of Duke School of Business Video: In the wake of unprecedented growth in global demand and ever-pressing environmental issues, industry experts agree that the energy sector is at a crossroads. This challenge inspired the Energy for Tomorrow program, where top business school students from around the world were asked to submit their ideas for…

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Impact Innovations: Doing Good for Society, Environment, and Business

Description of Duke School of Business Video: Kevin Trapani, President and CEO of The Redwoods Group and CASE Advisory Board Member, Maria Kingery, Co-Founder and CEO of Southern Energy Management, and Paul Sansone, Daytime MBA ’92 and CFO of Better World Books speak at the closing keynote conversation of the Duke Conference on Sustainable Business…

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A New Approach to Research from Harvard Business Review

We’d like to feature Harvard Business Review’s interactive model, “A New Approach to Research”. Contributors – both alumni and students – create seven concepts for “The Capitalist’s Dilemma”; these core ideas are based on posts to an online forum, which are interconnected in a web of thought. Alumni Karim Lakhani and Matt Tucker worked on…

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Creating a Culture of Innovation

Developing new products or services through innovation Creating a culture of innovation is very important to many organizations seeking to innovate. They want to not only develop new product, service, or marketing ideas, but also innovative continuously. This requires a “culture of innovation.” Karl Ulrich, Wharton Professor of Operations and Information Management and Director of…

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