In an evolving business arena, a strong track record does not guarantee future success. To ensure longevity, organizations must continue to fund innovation by creating a mix of existing and new sources of revenue. Harvard Business School (HBS) helps companies develop a portfolio approach to growth through Building New Businesses in Established Organizations—a unique Executive Education program that provides proven strategies for building startups within a large corporation.
This intensive program helps your company secure its future through developing new enterprises that complement maturing lines of business. You'll explore the entrepreneurial mindset, integral processes, corporate resources, and leadership skills needed to drive innovation and ensure the success of new initiatives.
With a focus on turning ideas into action, this program explores the relationship between a corporation's existing infrastructure and a new entrepreneurial business unit. You will learn how successful companies build the right blend of businesses, balance day-to-day activities with new initiatives, and foster revenue-generating innovation and change.
This leadership development program is designed for individual executives or teams from large corporations with revenues of at least $100 million who are charged with building new businesses within their organization.
Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.
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