How to Innovate When Your Boss Says ’No’
This session offers some creative ideas for getting around roadblocks when innovating within your company and doing important work.
NASBA Field of Study
Innovate or die
You may have been told this, or something along those lines. So, you burn the midnight oil coming up with great ideas for how your organization can beat the competition to the punch. You present your innovative ideas and projects to your boss, who answers with the dreaded, “No.”
You know your organization’s future depends on its ability to do things differently, but how do you innovate when leadership blocks your path?
- Major disruptions that are affecting the accounting and finance world
- A three-step plan for becoming future-ready in an age of disruption
- A blueprint for how to overcome the objections of skeptical managers and executives
- Recognize major disruptions that are affecting the accounting and finance world
- Identify steps for pursuing innovative projects despite skepticism from managers and executives
- Identify ways to convince skeptical managers that innovative projects are worth pursuing
- Identify a three-step plan for becoming future-ready
Who Will Benefit
Forward-thinking accountants and finance professionals who want to help their organizations remain relevant in a changing and complex world
Group ordering for your team
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