Organizational Innovation: Can we systematically develop entrepreneurs and innovators?

Jun 23, 2014 6:00 PM (GMT+8) The HEAD Foundation 20 Upper Circular Road #02-21 The Riverwalk Singapore 058416

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This public lecture will briefly describe an accidental discovery which had led to a paradigm shift in our understanding of entrepreneurial and innovation success.  Out of this new understanding, a stream of new methodologies for systematically developing entrepreneurs and innovators are being developed, in response to mounting requests from a corporate world racing to compete through innovation. A few of these new training systems are now being introduced into corporations across Hong Kong and China, thereby transforming organizations into conducive ecologies for nurturing innovative competencies, on a massive scale. A new horizon in our capability for unleashing human and organizational potential is now in sight. 

Professor Simon Tam is adjunct associate professor at the University of Hong Kong Business School, co-founder of the Academy of Innovation, and co-founder of ICO Group of companies.

This free lecture is presented by the HEAD Foundation, a Singapore-based think-tank devoted to research and policy advice in the fields of higher education and societal development in Asia. 

The HEAD Foundation welcomes all who are interested in its fields of enquiry and policy.

Organizational Innovation: Can we systematically develop entrepreneurs and innovators?

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