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Structured for Innovation

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Save the date for 2018! June 14, 2018 we will be back in Cambridge for the third annual colloquium for the Center for Organizational Entrepreneurship. Head on over to the 2018 event page for more details.

Filene's Center for Organizational Entrepreneurship hosted its second annual colloquium on June 15, 2017.

Filene Fellow Dennis Campbell and other distinguished guests shared their expertise on organizational innovation and led provocative discussions on how credit unions can maneuver their organizations towards innovation that best serves their members.

The talented line up of world-class thinkers included:

  • Dennis Campbell, Filene Fellow and Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School opened with Structuring Credit Unions for Innovation and shared the state with Annette Rivet, chief transformation officer at Conexus Credit Union, who shared highlights from a forthcoming Filene case study on their credit union's innovation transformation.
  • Rory McDonald, Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School presented research on Disruptive Innovation: Creating and Capturing New Growth - Why do some promising technologies gain traction with customers while others don’t? Why do so many new product development efforts flounder? Why do successful companies stumble in the face of certain types of market and technological change? This session introduced powerful theories of innovation that help answer these questions. 
  • Nacie Pereira, Training & Development Manager & Maura Haley, Director of Human Resources, ZipCar shared how their company has ensured staff is aligned and supported as they focus on innovation through organizational ambidexterity: Lead Feet & Backseat Drivers: Navigating the Freeway of Disruption.
  • Julie Battilana, Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School led a lively discussion about how credit unions can fulfill their social missions while ensuring financial sustainability: Inside the Tensions of Hybrid Organizations: Pursuing social and commercial goals

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