We are living in an increasingly inter-connected world, working in widely-distributed organizations and collaborating often physically remote. Meanwhile, the way we structure and organize our work is out of sync with this new normal. As the individualistic, directive, top-down model of leadership cracks under pressure, its ruins leave space for the change of organizational mindset.
Future calls for the leadership to be perceived as the collective, collaborative process, rather than one-man-band. However, not many can see that. Two recent independent studies confirm that less than 10% of the leaders worldwide see their organization as a network. The ones that do will ripe the fruits of tomorrow.
This is your chance to get ahead, gain the network leadership skills and tools.
We blend theory with practice, so everything you will learn is based on the real data. Our partners and participants collect network and demographic data within their own companies, which provides more relevant and meaningful examples of project, departments, and teams.
Some of the examples we study is:
Network Leadership at Tesla
Telco giants and clusters, like Telenor and Mobit
Organization of entire municipalities
Network Leadership isn’t just words on paper, but a highly applicable skill. You will learn how to improve your organizational potential and also driving:
learn how team structure can spark innovation and increase knowledge
choose the right tools and the right roles for just the right people
discover how to build motivated, engaging and open culture
make knowledge flow across gender, seniority, ethnicity and other demographic subgroups
learn how to spot and prevent work frustrations and quitting
understand how to adapt to merger, acquisitions, onboarding and other shifts
We are all leaders in our own networks, which makes Network Leadership valuable across all levels.
Project and team managers
All our mentors have strong experience from executive roles in small and large businesses, while some also have PhDs in the field of human resource management, organizational development, and people analytics.
Management theorist from MIT with interests in organizational design from a network perspective. Teaching globally.
Former EVP HR, EVP Europe in Telenor Group, and Advisor to CEO Scandinavia in Telenor. Investor and member of several boards nationally and internationally.
Serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist, associate professor at BI, Norwegian School of Business for 11 years, now devoted to help people and organizations release their potential.
Seattle University Dean with PhD in Economics from Johns Hopkins University. Teaching macroeconomics for undergraduate, MBA and Executive MBA programs, and risk assessment for the grad program.
Learn the fundamental principles of network leadership and grasp diverse theories, models and frameworks for understanding, mapping and interpreting networks in organizations. Get the basis for using network thinking to improve value creation, interaction, efficiency and innovation in your business.
Open & Online only.
Duration & Pace: 4 modules in 4 weeks, 16 hours total.
Includes: Lectures, readings, exercises and assignments.
Certificate upon completion.
Want to go hands on with Network Leadership and learn how to put it into practice in the specific case of your organization? Then this leadership bootcamp is just the right format for you. While teaching you key principles and other case studies, we will also show how this approach applies to your company, mapping out the networks of your employees and partners, analyzing relationships and diverse parameters and distilling recommendations on how to move forward.
Online and in-person workshops.
Duration and pace: customized to fit your work.
Includes: bootcamp preparation, surveys, team assessment, lectures, readings and practical exercises – all in order to increase the everyday usefulness of the course and to ensure integration between the program and the way you work.
Adaptable to diverse participants: management/ employees/ partners.
Action plan upon completion.