Why are C-Suites facing increased expectations for innovation leadership?
Listen to episode 196. Scott and I discuss what is behind the increasing push for C-suites to lead “business innovation,” and why this emphasis is only going to grow over time.
You’ll gain insights on:
- How business innovation impacts every aspect of your company
- The paradox of “readiness” for business innovation
- Three immediately useful ideas for leading beyond the blockages and accelerating business innovation
Pamela S. Harper is the Founding Partner and CEO of Business Advancement Inc. (BAI), a strategic growth advisory firm based in Glen Rock, NJ. She is a global expert known for helping visionary CEOs, C-Suite executives, and Boards of successful companies cut to the heart of high-stakes strategy and organizational dynamics issues to dramatically accelerate game-changing growth.
Pam’s critically acclaimed book, Preventing Strategic Gridlock, has been used as a text in universities worldwide. She has been quoted in, featured in, or written articles for prominent business media including Business Week, Investor’s Business Daily, Pharmaceutical Executive, FEI Daily, Chiefexecutive.net, CEO.com, and other major media.
D. Scott Harper, Ph.D. is Sr. Partner with Business Advancement Inc. Throughout his career, Scott has devoted himself to understanding why things work the way they do, and how to apply those insights to create new value. As a strategic innovation advisor, Scott helps clients reframe their innovation challenges so they can recognize new options, take full advantage of unexpected opportunities, create faster and more powerful decisions, and dramatically increase ROI.
Scott joined BAI after an award-winning corporate career leading innovation teams for beloved brands such as Listerine® and Purell®. He has been published and quoted in prominent business media outlets including Chief Executive Magazine, CEO.com, Pharmaceutical Executive, CEO World Magazine, and the IndUS Business Journal.
Resources for This Episode
- Download Pam & Scott’s “5 Questions To Ask When You Need to Move Even Faster”