This program is essential for any company that wants to know what startups do to be innovative, agile, and to deliver products people want to buy. If you are not based in Silicon Valley, you may wonder what it is that allows companies there to be so successful. This course will help you understand the method and practices commonly used by startup companies. You will learn an implementable framework designed to distill the process of creating the right corporate culture and the process of making your company more agile. The teaching team are a mix of practicing entrepreneurs, teaching faculty at Berkeley, and coaches and consultants who work with startups and CEOS. The four faculty have a combined 25 years of experience starting companies and 10 years of experience teaching about how to start companies. All of the lessons they have learned over the years will be distilled into a 2.5-day course that will help you deconstruct and understand the fundamental building blocks of creating a culture of innovation. This course is not theoretical – you will leave the class with the knowledge of how to implement this within your own company. This program can be transformative for any company that is trying to be agile and beat the competition in their market sector.
After the intensive 2.5-day course, there will be two follow-up sessions about six months apart in which the teaching team will meet with individual companies to see what difficulties they have had implementing the lessons from the class, and provide suggestions about how to improve. This course will stay with you, sustain you, and help you accomplish a positive change in your company. We encourage you to sign up now – it is only a small price to pay to see what impact you can achieve on your business’s bottom line and overall competitiveness.
Registration for this program is now closed