Nonprofit Organizational Partners
CRTI has a history of working with and supporting efforts by nonprofit organizations to leverage innovation capabilities and technology to further humanitarian and social enterprise initiatives, including:
- Identifying innovation opportunities
- Developing/enhancing innovation strategy
- Building new organizational capabilities
- Developing individual competencies
- Expanding global networking and collaboration
- Staying on the cutting edge of technology and innovation
Organizational capabilities development
CRTI designs comprehensive organizational capabilities development programs specifically tailored to deliver measurable improvements in organizational performance.
CRTI provides open enrollment and customized education programs to advance executives’ and managers’ individual knowledge and skills, prepare them for new responsibilities and broaden their perspective.
Kellogg Innovation Network
The Kellogg Innovation Network (KIN) is a unique forum for select executives, innovation managers, and CRTI experts to convene and discuss challenges, business growth and risks successful strategies and to define relevant and timely issues for future research.
Kellogg Technology Summit
The Kellogg Technology Summit (KTS) is a global, cross-industry idea and knowledge exchange composed of IT executives focused on addressing pressing technology management and strategy issues in a confidential, collaborative atmosphere.