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MASTERING GLOBAL INNOVATION II

Dec 12, 2017 | News, Media & Society, WRITER | 0 comments

Karina Jensen

Karina Jensen

Practice Director of the Center for Leadership & Organizational Effectiveness, Professor of Innovation and Leadership at NEOMA Business School, France; research and interventions with multinational organizations focus on global innovation management, multicultural collaboration, leadership and change
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These are scenarios that I’ve observed all too often through my corporate, consulting and research projects when moving from concept to market. International organizations who are striving for mastery in global innovation have one challenge in common: effective collaboration across cultures and functions. If you’re responsible for international programs, projects, products, or services, how are you facilitating innovation and collaboration around the world?

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Karina Jensen

Karina Jensen

Practice Director of the Center for Leadership & Organizational Effectiveness, Professor of Innovation and Leadership at NEOMA Business School, France; research and interventions with multinational organizations focus on global innovation management, multicultural collaboration, leadership and change
Karina Jensen

Latest posts by Karina Jensen (see all)

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