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Leadership Lab: Designing an Ambidextrous Organization

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Leadership Lab: Designing an Ambidextrous Organization

Bitte beachten Sie: Dieses Programm findet nur in englischer Sprache statt.

Who should attend


  • Who are in the process of strategically (re-) designing their organization towards more innovation, efficiency, and adaptability
  • Who would like to benefit from and apply the concept of ambidexterity to address their organizational key issues
  • Who would like to use the program to establish a shared understanding and leadership approach among a team of senior leaders

Open for alumni of the programs MSA (Harvard) or LTD (Stanford)

What you learn

The program will explore the following topics:

  • Challenges and benefits of ambidextrous leadership
  • Organizational design for ambidexterity and adaptability
  • Model and frameworks to strategically align the organization
  • Leading for innovation and renewal

How you learn

  • Hands-on workshop in an impactful “bring your colleagues“ format:
    With your participation you will automatically receive a “team ticket”. This gives you the opportunity to bring 2-3 colleagues from your organization to work together on the “ambidextrous challenge” of your organization
  • Pre-program calls will support you in defining your key issue and decide on the most valuable “team constellation”


Participating teams will:

  • Explore their business-specific “call for action” concerning ambidexterity and adaptability
  • Understand the range of solutions for addressing conflicting operational modes in their organization
  • Receive tailor-made input on their organizational challenge(s)
  • Design an “organization-to-be” and develop specific solutions to redesigning the given one
  • Formulate an effective roadmap for implementation
  • Leverage their impact as leadership team

Further details

Please download the following document to learn more about this program.