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Managing Innovation

Managing Innovation - 100 Hours Course Certificate

Course Code:
BBS209
Level:
3
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Learn About Managing Innovation

Product, process, and service innovations have significant opportunity to positively affect the planet. Using an innovation mindset and reworking existing technology and ideas can improve sustainability, which may reduce pollution and help in the battle against climate change.

In this course you will explore:

  • types of innovation
  • prototyping
  • creative thinking, and design
  • ow to manage risks and problemsThese skills will benefit people in business, supply chain, technology and many more.

On a macroeconomic scale, innovation has many knock-on effects. Innovation increases economic growth through increased productivity, which ultimately increases a nation’s gross domestic product (GDP).

This makes innovation and technological improvement attractive on a governmental level.

It is also important on a human level. It can lead to large technological shifts, as seen in the shift from steam power to electrical power, and small-scale farming to larger agronomic systems.

Innovation can also lead to improved access to education and thereby improved educational outcomes through the use of technology and improved teaching methods, which stand to benefit children and adults all over the world.

THE DESIGNERS OF THIS COURSE

Came from Business Managers, Scientists, and Educational Professionals from the UK and Australia, who worked together to create this exceptional course not found in many educational institutions.

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Lessons

There are 9 lessons:

1. Scope and Nature of Innovation

  • Innovation VS Improvement
  • Why Innovate?
  • Types of Innovation
  • Adoption of Innovations
  • Developing Innovative Products or Services
  • Models of Innovation

2.  Creative Thinking

  • Creativity and Innovation
  • What is Creative Thinking
  • What Make Employees Creative
  • Ways to Improve Creativity
  • Creative Thinking VS Critical Thinking

3. Design Thinking

  • Design Thinking and Innovation
  • Design Thinking Process
  • Association with Innovation
  • Applications of Design Thinking

4.  The Process

  • Innovation Process
  • Continuing Innovation
  • Case Study

5.  Managing Risk and Problems

  • Managing Risk
  • Risks Associated with Innovation
  • Scaling Innovation
  • Enhancing Employee Innovation
  • Innovative Identification of Risks and Risk Management

6.  Types of Innovation

  • Innovation Types
  • Innovation Matrix
  • The Innovation Lifecycle

7.  Prototyping

  • Why Prototype?
  • Product Failures
  • Types of Prototyping

8.  Journey Mapping

  • How to Write a Journey Map

9.  Implementation

  • Pilot Testing
  • Planning
  • KPIs and Tracking
  • Roll Out, Bringing to Market
  • Benefit Realisation

Please Note:   Each lesson culminates in an assignment,  marked by your and returned suggestions, comments, and extra reading, if necessary.

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