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Leading in the Virtual World program provides a holistic and strategic view on leading in virtual word together with concrete tools to manage everyday virtual work challenges. The program is designed ...

Leading in the Virtual World program provides a holistic and strategic view on leading in virtual word together with concrete tools to manage everyday virtual work challenges. The program is designed to the top and senior executives who want to develop competencies needed in the virtual economy and are interested in getting new insights in virtual business, work and leadership.

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  • Aalto UniversityExecutive EducationLeading in the Virtual World FINLAND / SINGAPORE / POLAND / SOUTH KOREA / TAIWAN / CHINA / INDONESIA / SWEDEN / RUSSIA
  • What makes top teams excel? Optimize structures and culture – it takes diversity, openness and trustNovember 15, 2012 © Aalto University Executive Education 2012 2
  • Hottest Topic in Business Today Most current, critical and challenging topic in business today – virtual world. The future of business is tied to digitalization and virtualization. The impact of forces changing the world in general will change organizations and work more than we can even imagine.November 15, 2012 © Aalto University Executive Education 2012 3
  • Leading in the Virtual World Program provides a holistic and strategic view on leading in the virtual world together with concrete tools The very first comprehensive program available Designed to the top and senior executives who • want to develop competencies needed in the virtual economy • are interested in getting new insights in virtual business, work and leadershipNovember 15, 2012 © Aalto University Executive Education 2012 4
  • Investment in Your Organization’s Future MODULE I MODULE II MODULE III Virtual Work Virtual Business Virtual Leadership 2 days 2 days 2 days April 2013 May 2013 June 2013 Team work face-to-face session 1 evening May-June 2013 Collaboration within the virtual leadership team Co-creation and discussions PRICE EUR 12,500 + VATNovember 15, 2012 © Aalto University Executive Education 2012 5
  • Program Module 1: Module 2: Module 3: Working in the Virtual Business Bringing Meaning to Virtual World Opportunities Fragmented Virtual Work • The future of business is tied to • New kinds of business • Leadership through meaning digitalization and virtualization. ecosystems and agile strategies and purpose are becoming more The impact of forces changing supporting value creation in the important than ever; the world in general – virtual and complex enterprise Communication and influencing technology, globalization and environment are needed. How skills are essential for any environmental issues to name a to recognize new business leader in tomorrow’s few – will change organizations opportunities and create novel organization with less layers and work more than we revenue models in virtual world? and new structures. probably can even imagine today. • What strategies, models, and • What are the Management solutions will organizations need Innovations needed? • What are the e.g. digital to implement to help businesses platforms and enterprise tools excel within a continually • What are the new models of that could change the changing business world? What innovation and leadership that relationship you have with your is the impact of complexity and are suitable for the current, fast customers and competitors? digitalization on (strategy) paced, uncertain global Technology is changing us and processes? environment and virtual work? it can – and will- improve how we learn, share, and communicate in organizations in both the virtual and the “traditional” ones.November 15, 2012 © Aalto University Executive Education 2012 6
  • Methods Topical examples and cases throughout the program Panel discussion with experts from different fields of business Visit to Microsoft - experimenting the Future Office and interactive Customer Immersion Experience Workshop Teamwork – a ”Leadership Team” comprised of your fellow participants solving real business challenges and finding innovative solutions for the virtual future of enterprisesNovember 15, 2012 © Aalto University Executive Education 2012 7
  • Top Faculty and Partner Julian Birkinshaw PhD, Professor of Strategic and International Management, London Business School; Director of the Management Lab Dr. Birkinshaw’s research focuses on issues of innovation and change in large, established companies. Over the years he has also published widely on such issues as: headquarters-subsidiary relationships, corporate entrepreneurship, knowledge management, global customer management, post-acquisition integration processes, corporate ambidexterity, and management innovation. Niklas Myhr Global Social Media Professor, Chapman University, California Dr. Myhr has received monetary awards by The Hans Werthén Foundation at the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA), a Best Paper Award by Supply Chain Management: an International Journal, a top 20 most downloaded papers award by the International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management (IJPDLM), and a Bloomberg Business Week Award for Teaching Innovation. Paul DiGangi Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Loyola University, Maryland Dr. DiGangi is a recipient and a nominee of many awards and his publications include "Would you share? Examining knowledge sharing within and across the organizational boundary," "Steal my idea! User innovation community influence on organizational adoption of user innovations: A case study of Dell IdeaStorm“.November 15, 2012 © Aalto University Executive Education 2012 8
  • Top Faculty and Partner Pekka Mattila Adjunct Professor of Practice, Aalto University Dr. Mattila is a specialist in leadership development, executive leadership, top team dynamics, and business model innovation as well as change management and strategy implementation. In addition to his academic activities Dr. Mattila has conducted an active business career. His consulting and coaching career started in 2003, and his corporate clients comprise over 190 Nordic and international large-cap and listed companies as well as prominent public sector and academic institutions and entrepreneurial ventures. He also has an active and acknowledged track record in publishing managerial books and guides. Liisa Välikangas Professor, Innovation Management, Aalto University Dr. Välikangas turns futures ideas into actionable strategies. She regularly gives talks to executive audiences in Europe and USA about innovation management, organizational resilience and strategy development. She was a research director at Strategos and Woodside Institute, and she has worked for IMD in Switzerland, Keio University in Japan, London Business School, SRI International and Stanford University in Northern California. Various publications, e.g., the author of The Resilient Organization, How Adaptive Cultures Thrive Even When Strategy Fails, published by McGraw-Hill, 2010. Microsoft is Aalto EE’s partner in the program.November 15, 2012 © Aalto University Executive Education 2012 9
  • Interested? Contact us: Sinikka Heikkala Account Director Tel. +385 10 837 3764 sinikka.heikkala@aaltoee.fi Tia Pulli Development Manager Tel. +358 10 837 3750 tia.pulli@aaltoee.fi www.aaltoee.fiNovember 15, 2012 © Aalto University Executive Education 2012 10