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Innovation propels companies forward. It's an unlimited source of new growth and can give businesses a distinct competitive advantage. Learn how to innovate at your own business using Systematic Inventive Thinking, a method based on five techniques that allow you to innovate on demand. In this course, author and business school professor Drew Boyd shares the techniques he's taught Fortune 500 companies to innovate new services and products. Drew provides real-world examples of innovation in practice and suggests places to find your own opportunities to innovate.
In the bonus chapter, Drew shares insights from his own career and answers tough questions on resistance to innovation, innovation and leadership, and the difference between generating vs. executing innovative ideas.
This course qualifies for 3 Category A professional development units (PDUs) through lynda.com, PMI Registered Education Provider #4101.
A very common question that people ask is, "What is innovation? "What's the difference between innovation and creativity, for example?" I like to think of innovation as the steps, the process that you take to create an idea and get it into the marketplace. And it's a long process, depending on the complexity of the project. Creativity, on the other hand, is what you do in your head to generate the idea. And so they're very closely linked.
I look at creativity, the generation of the idea, as the starting point for innovation. But just getting the idea out of your head is not enough. Then you've gotta take all the steps necessary to put life to that idea, to develop prototypes, to test it, to ultimately build it, and then successfully launch it in the marketplace.
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