Today's organizations are facing threats more than before. There are risks if organization is stagnating into status quo and don't want to improve the capabilities.
Innovation management combines both change management and management of innovation process. Innovation can be in product, business process, marketing or organization.
In this course you'll learn basics about innovation management like different types of innovation, different ways to innovate and how you can change your organization's everyday life into encouraging innovation, challenging existing and improving market position.
Starting point can be set to do improvement continuously, have habits or skills for tools and techniques. After more mature level is reached, organization becomes able to do even bigger changes, not just copy.
Changes can be managed systematically and it’s about organization’s ability to do changes and be prepared. Certain tools and techniques are needed in order to make them happen not only by sudden but by adding more chances for new ideas to fly openly.
It’s important to learn how to make ideas, but also how to prioritize, classify and evaluate them. To put innovation into practice decide your organization’s way to react, do and enhance innovation capabilities. Start with small steps, build more during the process.
You will learn how to use tools to be innovative
Total Quality Management
Porter's Five Forces
Knowledge Sharing Spiral
Value Stream Mapping
Brainstorming by Multiply and Suggest
Earned Value Management
Change Readiness Survey
And also techniques like
Benchmark current to something better
Setup common rules and norms
Empower your team
How to give feedback
By combining basic knowledge and learning tools and techniques you'll be able to change into INNOVATIVE, CREATIVE and FUTURE-ORIENTED manager. Learn in this course more or start from the beginning, just enroll today!
The message from Kaizen: "Let no day pass without any improvement in the company"