This opportunity will give you an insight into the organisation of our programme as well as provide you an excellent opportunity to exchange with our active participants and faculty.
From 9.00 AM to 6.00 PM (Lunch break with participants)
The Master Class: Managing & organising for innovation
Innovation thrives at the interface between diverse functions, departments, processes and organizations.
- What is an organization and what levers managers have over its design
- Why interfaces matter and how to manage
- Design organizations for disruptive innovation
- Design ambidextrous organizations
- Modular organizations and modular strategy in ecosystems
About Gino CATTANI:
Gino Cattani joined New York University Stern School in 2004. Gino's research is primarily focused on technological innovation and competition, interfirm mobility, creativity, and social networks. Professor Cattani completed his undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Economics in Pisa where he received a BA in Accountancy & Business in 1991. After qualifying as an accountant in 1992, and spending the 1995-1996 academic year as a Visiting Fellow Student at the MIT-Sloan School of Management in Boston, he received his PhD in Business Administration from the Faculty of Economics in Pisa in 1997. Professor Cattani received an M.A. in Management Science and Applied Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 2001 and a Ph.D. in Management from Wharton in August 2004. He was awarded the Richard Nelson Award Prize for the best article published in the international journals Research Policy on Industrial and Corporate Change.
(Free Entry – Limited Places Available)