Interactive Exercise and Discussion led by Michael Roberto
Exponential Innovation: Breaking Mental Models
During this interactive experience, Prof. Michael Roberto will teach you about iterative problem solving. Grouped in teams, you will learn, first-hand, why our brains aren’t wired for iteration and what you can do to foster experimentation. You’ll develop a strategy, implement it, and reflect upon it. Then you’ll do it again. And again — discovering how to break mental models, the difference between radical vs. incremental thinking, which one is better for select scenarios, and what you can do to change your organization’s ability to innovate.
Cutter Consortium Fellow, Prof. Michael Roberto's research focuses on strategic decision-making processes, senior management teams, and the dynamics of organizational failures.
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