Innovation Leadership Through Inclusion: Building Diversified Teams and Networks

Carnegie Mellon innovation meets Silicon Valley inspiration. Learn best practices from those ahead of the curve.
  Building Inclusive Teams
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DATE: October 2018

LOCATION: Carnegie Mellon University - Tepper School of Business
Executive Education
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Cutting-edge research meets real-world application.

Learn best practices from those ahead of the curve during this inspiring experience. Engage with the best of the Silicon Valley ecosystem as you dive into the culture of innovation. Guided by renowned Carnegie Mellon faculty members, explore what it means to build, grow and manage diverse teams, while advancing commercialization and innovation. Network with like-minded peers while building invaluable relationships. Inspiration is waiting.

Participant take aways:

  • Unique approaches to building an innovation culture
  • Enhanced analytical problem solving skills
  • Proven team management strategies
  • New business networks
  • Framework for corporate entrepreneurship
  • Understanding the human side of innovation
  • Program Overview

    This unique professional development experience delivers immediately applicable skills to enhance one’s career. Carnegie Mellon’s multi-disciplinary expertise joins with top Silicon Valley innovators in one integrated program experience. Explore what it means to address the challenges of general management and leadership today considering innovation, technology, managing diverse teams, building inclusion and alignment. Gain from the real-world experience of industry experts as they share insights from the trenches — and the heights. Together with a cohort of peers, develop skills for building diverse and inclusive teams that propel innovation and growth.

  • Participants

    Who Should Attend?

    This executive program experience is ideal for those who are building a culture of innovation and diverse leadership for corporate growth, leaders looking for a refreshed perspective on how to look at business problems, those who want to better understand and be inspired by leading west coast companies, and men and women who want to leverage Carnegie Mellon's faculty expertise across the fields of entrepreneurship, business, and organizational behavior. 

  • Fee and Terms

    Fee: The program fee covers instruction, course materials, and most meals. A non-refundable $250 deposit will be invoiced at the time of registration. The balance of the program fee is due in full prior to the start of the program.

    Accommodation: Logistic details will be communicated to participants after registration. Cost of accommodation is not included in the program fee. Recommendations for local hotel options can be provided, however rooms reservations and transportation are the responsibility of the participant.

    Cancellation policy:

    • All requests to cancel must be received in writing.
    • Qualified substitutes for registration can be accommodated.
    • Cancellations forfeit the deposit fee.