How to Think Across to Innovate and Collaborate

How to Think Across to Innovate and Collaborate

ABOUT THIS COURSE

We live and work within boundaries, including the physical boundaries of our homes and national borders, as well as the invisible boundaries that define our culture, social groups, professions, and business organizations.

While boundaries are necessary and useful, how can you avoid being locked into old ways of doing and thinking? In this course, you will learn about how to think across boundaries and tap into fresh and innovative insights for the challenges we face.

Here are the learning outcomes you can expect at the end of the course:

  • ability to think, work and lead across organizational boundaries
  • expand networks and build knowledge
  • reduce costs and refine business processes
  • acquire the confidence and agility to innovate and collaborate to achieve breakthroughs

SESSIONS

  1. What is Thinking Across?
  2. The Key to Innovation
  3. Facilitate Collaboration
  4. How Can You Think Across?
  5. Share and Transfer Knowledge
  6. Combine Knowledge and Skills for Innovative Solutions
  7. Contextualize the Solution to Suit the Circumstance

8

Sessions

41

Minutes

Prof Neo Boon Siong
Former Dean, NTU Business School

Prof Neo Boon Siong has almost 40 years of varied experience in different fields such as accounting and finance, information systems, business consulting, and corporate governance.
A leading expert in public sector governance, business strategy, process management and organizational change, he has served on government committees and corporate boards.
He was awarded the Public Administration Medal (Silver) from the President of Singapore in the 1999 National Day Honors Awards.

prof-neo-boon-siong

Prof Neo Boon Siong
Former Dean, NTU Business School

8

Sessions

41

Minutes

ABOUT THIS COURSE

We live and work within boundaries, including the physical boundaries of our homes and national borders, as well as the invisible boundaries that define our culture, social groups, professions, and business organizations.

While boundaries are necessary and useful, how can you avoid being locked into old ways of doing and thinking? In this course, you will learn about how to think across boundaries and tap into fresh and innovative insights for the challenges we face.

Here are the learning outcomes you can expect at the end of the course:

  • ability to think, work and lead across organizational boundaries
  • expand networks and build knowledge
  • reduce costs and refine business processes
  • acquire the confidence and agility to innovate and collaborate to achieve breakthroughs

SESSIONS

  1. What is Thinking Across?
  2. The Key to Innovation
  3. Facilitate Collaboration
  4. How Can You Think Across?
  5. Share and Transfer Knowledge
  6. Combine Knowledge and Skills for Innovative Solutions
  7. Contextualize the Solution to Suit the Circumstance

ABOUT THE COURSE MASTER

Prof Neo Boon Siong
Former Dean, NTU Business School

Prof Neo Boon Siong has almost 40 years of varied experience in different fields such as accounting and finance, information systems, business consulting, and corporate governance.
A leading expert in public sector governance, business strategy, process management and organizational change, he has served on government committees and corporate boards.
He was awarded the Public Administration Medal (Silver) from the President of Singapore in the 1999 National Day Honors Awards.

(*Billed annually)