OnDemand Webinar: Dynamic Simplicity: How To Respond To The New Reality
In the rapidly changing and inter-connected world of the 21st century, executives need to maximize their abilities to be innovative and flexible. This webinar focused on how to lead your organization for higher performance by creating simple yet powerful dynamic capabilities for management of complexity in a highly uncertain world.
Featuring two leading academics as they question each other’s models as well as their own in a collaborative debate style. Listen to co-Founder and chairman of the Berkeley Research Group, Dr. David Teece as he puts forward his dynamic capabilities hypothesis, contrasted by Stanford strategy professor Dr. Kathleen Eisenhardt’s famous “simple rules” hypothesis.
The event is brought to you by Rendanheyi Silicon Valley Center at Menlo College in partnership with HMI.
The Rendanheyi Silicon Valley Center was founded in 2020 by Dr. Annika Steiber in collaboration with whitegoods company Haier, the number one appliance brand in the world. With the constant change happening in the business world, the center focuses on innovation management and 21st Century management principles. The center seeks to share ideas with top business leaders in these concepts in order to keep up with the complexity and changes in the business world.