HKMA is offering a program arises out of the outstanding achievements of Stanford's design community in developing human-centered skill sets and toolkits that anyone can adopt.

Privilege offer

Save up to HK$300 on the program fee for successfully enrolling in the Seminar on Strategic Innovation & Leadership for Senior Executives.

Program highlights

The program will answer questions like:

  • How do we foster a lasting culture of innovation in our business or organisation?
  • How do we generate more ideas that we can act on across our groups?
  • How do we build a leadership team that is smart about innovation?
  • How do we model our competitive landscape as it reaches into the future?
  • How do we pick the right idea to develop?
  • How should we understand who is our future customers?

The program will be delivered via interactive video conference. Participants in Hong Kong will be able to share their thoughts with participants in Stanford.

You will receive a certificate from Stanford Continuing Studies upon completion of the program.

The program leader

Senior founding faculty of Stanford Archaeology Center, Michael is a Professor of Classics, and a member of the Center for Design Research in Stanford's world renowned Design School, offering long term perspectives on how we understand creativity, innovation, and change on material objects and business development. As co-director of Stanford Humanities Lab (2004-2009), Michael pioneered radical experiments in project-based transdisciplinary learning, a deep commitment to innovation in learning that carries into a new online program he is heading with Stanford Continuing Studies on how to use strategic foresight and design thinking in businesses, organizations, project teams and everyday personal life. Michael's scholarly and consulting activity includes long-term social and cultural modeling as a key to planning the future, as well as collaborative networks and agile project management. He lectures and consults internationally on innovation and urban futures.

Key date

  • Programme Date: 12 December 2019

Full program information

For more information and enrolment, please visit HKMA website or enrol here.