Change is the new constant in leadership of the 21st century. Never before in history have the opportunities of creating new business value been so easily reachable for organizations – and so elusive at the same time. Digital technology offers speed and scalability to drive successful innovation and adaptivity on the one hand - and represents one of the most important leadership challenges on the other leaders are charged with navigating the dynamic complexity of a new era, which more than ever requires a holistic perspective.
Digital Transformation is not just located in your IT department – it is a cultural revolution that reaches all parts of your organization:
- your internal infrastructure
- your relationships to partners and clients
- your product & service portfolio
Successful Digital Transformation requires a human-driven strategy, a creative view on technological potential and a hands-on entrepreneurial mindset.
The program provides a unique, holistic training for the pioneers of change, grounded in years of extensive experience in education, research and practice in the fields of digital technology, human centered innovation, Design Thinking and Leadership. It follows a simple equation that is the foundation of the course curriculum:
DT(=Design Thinking) x DT(=Digital Technology) = DT² (=TRANSFORMATIONAL IMPACT)
Discover a holistic, step-by-step approach to NEW LEADERSHIP, which encompasses three types of value creation:
Block 1: Using Design Thinking as a Leadership Strategy for Human-Centered Value Creation
Block 2: Growing your Knowledge and Creativity for Digital Technology Value Creation
Block 3: Getting inspired by Success Strategies of the Silicon Valley community for Business Value Creation
Each of these areas is at the center of a 3–4 day face-to-face training block. On-campus courses will be held at HPI in Potsdam, Germany and at Stanford University in California, USA, led by faculty of both institutions who are leading experts in their field. Online materials complement and deepen the unique learning experience.