Lean Enterprise: Corporate Innovation Certification
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Lean Enterprise: Corporate Innovation Certification

New Best Practices for Corporate Innovation
3.7 (46 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
624 students enrolled
Last updated 10/2015
English
Price: $200
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 15 Articles
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Develop a deep understanding of disruptive innovation and Lean Startup
  • Acquire the best tools for fostering an environment for innovation in a large organization
  • Gain perspective from case studies of innovation approaches at Intuit, General Electric, Qualcomm, and more
  • Arm yourself with knowledge of the right structures for bringing disruptive products to market
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Requirements
  • Students should have a basic understanding of business, management, and finance
  • Students should have a desire to innovate disruptively within the enterprise
  • We also recommend purchasing a copy of the book The Lean Enterprise, but it is not required
Description

BECOME A THOUGHT LEADER IN THE MOVEMENT THAT IS CHANGING HOW CORPORATIONS INNOVATE.

23 LECTURES, 7 IN-DEPTH COMPREHENSION TESTS.

THE ONLY CERTIFICATION FOR APPLYING LEAN STARTUP TECHNIQUES IN AN ENTERPRISE ENVIRONMENT. FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE BEST SELLING BOOK, THE LEAN ENTERPRISE.

Even in a tough economic climate, small startups have found ways to create innovative products in shockingly short timeframes. So why should larger, more established companies take notice? Because they have everything to gain when they examine and adopt the process, strategies, and mentality of high-growth startups. In this course you will learn the tools and methodologies large businesses need to compete with a new generation of highly-empowered startups.

  1. Essential course for innovation managers, directors, senior executives, and even board members of Fortune 2000 companies
  2. Explains the forces that stall innovation in large enterprises
  3. Offers a comprehensive approach for structuring innovation teams and maximizing the odds of success
  4. Includes quizzes designed to maximize understanding of difficult concepts

Don't be mystified by the success of startups. Master the methods of this new era and compete on a level playing field.

PRAISE FOR THE LEAN ENTERPRISE

"The Lean Enterprise presents a framework for companies to create an environment that empowers the greatest entrepreneurial talent to thrive inside the organization, retaining the great innovative minds and reaping the benefits of their greatest inventions."

- Brad Smith, Intuit President & CEO

"The Lean Enterprise provides savvy insights on the organizational structures, systems, and processes that will maximize success odds with corporate entrepreneurship."

- Professor Thomas Eisenmann, Harvard Business School

IMPORTANT!

For successful completion of this course, it's recommended you read the book, The Lean Enterprise: How Corporations Can Innovate Like Startups.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is for innovation managers, corporate executives, intrapreneurs, corporate venture capitalists, and anyone interested in disruptive innovation in large enterprises
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Curriculum For This Course
30 Lectures
03:32:22
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Introduction
2 Lectures 04:21

Lean Enterprise Author, Trevor Owens, introduces the new economic forces facing corporations today.

Preview 04:10

How to Access Additional Resources Labeled +R
00:11

Let's review the forces driving the Lean Enterprise movement.

Lean Enterprise & Today's Business Environment
8 questions
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Innovation in the Enterprise
2 Lectures 06:57

Owens introduces the core idea of Lean Enterprise: corporations must develop a new kind of innovation capacity.

Preview 06:20

Let's review the core idea behind the Lean Enterprise movement.

The Two Faces of Innovation
13 questions

Apply your new learnings.

Practical Exercises
00:37
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Understanding Disruptive Innovation
2 Lectures 05:07

Owens explains why disruptive innovation is so foreign to what corporations are used to.

The Startup Curve
04:49

A quick request from author Trevor Owens.

A Huge Favor...
00:18

Let's review the basic traits of Disruptive Innovation.

Disruptive Innovation
4 questions
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Managing Disruptive Innovation
7 Lectures 39:17

Owens introduces the principles of Lean Startup, a new kind of management for disruptive innovation.

The Three Principles of Lean Startup
06:03

Disruptive innovation is a roller coaster ride! Pivoting means where you start is irrelevant and that the only thing that matters is finding something the market needs.

Customer Development in Action
06:23

Javelin Co-Founder, Grace Ng, introduces the Experimentation Process and how to use the Javelin Board (an improved version of the Validation Board seen in the last lecture).

Running Experiments with the Javelin Board (+R)
06:23

Owens shows another case study, step-by-step, how to validate a new idea through experimentation.

Experimentation, Validation
13:08

Owens shows how Lean is applied after the initial validation phase to ensure that a product has greater market demand.

Experimentation, Growth
03:37

Owens shows how to go to market and develop MVPs for a software product.

Experimentation, Web Application Case Study (+R)
02:46

Let's review how to bring disruptive innovations to market.

Managing Disruptive Innovation
25 questions

Apply your new learnings.

Practical Exercises II
00:57
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Fostering an Environment for Disruptive Innovation
5 Lectures 27:33

Owens introduces the three principles of Lean Enterprise for applying Lean Startup methods in the Enterprise.

Horizon Planning & Innovation Flow (+R)
05:47

An interview with the VP of Intuit's Innovation Lab.

Innovation at Intuit
07:12

An interview with the head of Qualcomm's Intrapreneur Program.

Innovation at Qualcomm
06:13

An interview with the Head of Global Innovation initiatives at General Electric.

Innovation at General Electric
07:54

Let's review the tools for managing disruptive innovation in an enterprise environment.

Lean in the Enterprise Environment
18 questions

Practical Exercises III
00:26
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Corporate Structure for Disruptive Innovation
7 Lectures 28:22

An interview with an intrapreneur who did everything right, yet was unjustly shut down by the corporate immune system.

How Corporate Antibodies Threaten Innovation
02:44

Owens introduces the Innovation Colony concept.

Innovation Colonies 1: Why Innovation Labs Don't Work (+R)
07:31

Three Jobs of the Innovation Colony
66 pages

More detailed description of the Innovation Colony concept.

Innovation Colonies, Some Guidelines
05:49

Owens's second case study on Innovation Colonies. Harvard Study on Founder Motivations attached as a resource.

Innovation Colonies 2: Entrepreneurial Compensation (+R)
04:01

An interview with the Co-President of Hearst Entertainment.

Innovation at Hearst (+R)
07:11

Let's review the reasons why disruptive innovation needs a special structure.

Corporate Structure, Part 1
27 questions

Apply your learning.

Practical Exercises IV
01:05
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Corporate Structure, Part 2
5 Lectures 26:41

The third case study on Innovation Colonies and conclusion to Owens's keynote.

Innovation Colonies 3: Spinning Ventures Back In (+R)
04:45

Nuts of bolts of setting up your own Innovation Colony.

Funding, Hiring, and Measuring Success
09:06

In the conclusion to this course, we cover common objections to Lean Enterprise and a vision for the future of corporate innovation.

Implications of The Lean Enterprise
10:59

Let's review the nuts and bolts of creating structures for disruptive innovation.

Corporate Structure, Part 2
13 questions

Apply your learning.

Practical Exercises V: Final Project
00:21

We'd love you to be a part of the Lean Enterprise community (run by the creators of this course). It is a global network of corporate innovators who come together online and through events for peer to peer learning. You can learn more at our website: LeanEnterprise dot co.

Want more? Attend a Lean Enterprise event (+R)
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About the Instructor
Trevor Owens
3.4 Average rating
46 Reviews
751 Students
2 Courses
Author and Entrepreneur

Trevor is an entrepreneur and thought leader on Lean Startup methodologies. He's the Founder & CEO of Javelin, an enterprise software company that helps innovators test the viability of new product ideas. Today, Javelin has helped tens of thousands of startup founders and individuals from organizations including Google, Salesforce, News Corp, Intuit, and others, start thousands of new businesses across six continents.

Owens is author of The Lean Enterprise and a sought after international speaker. His work has been featured in national media outlets including Bloomberg, Forbes, Business Insider, Mashable, and American Express OPEN Forum, among others. He also volunteers as a coach for the White House's Innovation Fellows program and as a featured guest speaker at Princeton & Columbia University.

Michael Gold
3.7 Average rating
46 Reviews
624 Students
1 Course
Entrepreneur and Technologist

I've spent the last 10 years building communities in the innovation sector, founding startups, and advising companies such as Apple, LG, Starbucks, and Target on their technology and innovation strategy.

My course on innovation has taught hundreds of professionals the fundamentals of disruptive innovation used by unicorn startups and the world's smartest companies, and my work has been featured in Entrepreneur, Forbes, Mashable, Techcrunch, and others.

I have also launched events that have connected tens of thousands of innovators.