Explain the different types and outcomes of innovation
Identify and distinguish between ideation, development and commercialisation stages of the innovation process
Apply innovation as a combination of the classifications (type, process, outcome) to a real life example and examine what innovation means for you
Evaluate and challenge the traditional ‘go it alone’ approach of the innovation process
Innovation is a key element of entrepreneurial success and growth for any organisation. Being innovative gives a business a competitive advantage and helps shape a positive future.
On this course, you will investigate why you should innovate and how innovation can be part of your everyday life. You will learn about different types and popular misconceptions of innovation and apply innovation to a real-life example to enhance your understanding. You will also consider the role of knowledge in both how and why we innovate.
Different manifestations and types of innovation
Different stages of the innovation process
Information required to critically evaluate real life examples of innovation
and what impacts they have
How to challenge the notions of innovation
This course will be of interest to anyone, especially those looking to be innovative and make a difference to their organisation or society.