​Bring effective team management and innovation to your company with actionable strategies, experiential team-based simulations, and design thinking.

Managing Teams for Innovation and Success takes a strategic, global approach to every aspect of teams: creating, managing, and leading them. Great teams can stimulate creativity and innovation, make an organization more adaptive to market forces, and drive breakthrough results.

Building and developing successful teams is a complex process. Managing Teams for Innovation and Success provides strategies, skills, and hands-on simulations to challenge your assumptions and transform your teams.

In six highly intensive and experiential days, you will work with Stanford GSB faculty to explore evidence-based research and discover the counterintuitive findings of team building. You will learn how to leverage diversity, stimulate engagement, influence others without authority, harness collective intelligence, and implement change. You will use design thinking principles to foster team innovation.

Key Benefits

Develop strategies for building high-performance teams, eliminate obstacles to effective teamwork, and foster team innovation with design thinking.

Who Should Attend?

  • Executives and senior managers who are responsible for the performance of teams, task forces, or autonomous work groups
  • Team leaders or small teams of three or more participants from the same company

14 Jun 2021 – 25 Jun 2021

Live Online | US $9,800

Part-Time

Deadline

The application is not yet available.

Qualified candidates are admitted on a rolling, space-available basis. Early applications are encouraged.

Payment is due upon admission. Your space is secured upon receipt of full payment.

Awarded Upon completion

Certificate of completion

Contact

Claire Coyle
Associate Director, Programs Executive Education
Video Introduction
Video Introduction
Meet faculty director Margaret Neale, and learn about this program.

Learn More About the Program

Explore our carefully designed curriculum, and go deeper with select course descriptions or a sample schedule.

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Learn more about our past participants, and find out if the program is right for you.

Faculty Leadership

Margaret Ann Neale
The Adams Distinguished Professor of Management, Emerita