Join Drew Boyd for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Business Innovation.
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In this course, you've learned about a method…of creativity called Systematic Inventive Thinking.…In my long career and large organizations,…I've used many innovation methods.…And I believe the SIT method is by far the most effective.…Innovation is the way to get things done.…And anyone can learn the SIT method.…It will boost your creative output…no matter where you are on the creativity scale.…Children learn the SIT method.…
Even people with cognitive disorders can improve…their creativity using this structured approach.…Properly used, this method can have a big impact…on your organization and on your career.…So let me share some advice…on what you need to do now.…First of all, start using the method right away.…You've invested a lot of time to take this course.…When you learn these new skills,…the best way to retain them is to start applying them.…
As you prepare to use the method,…it might help to come back to this course…and review the videos for a specific technique.…Be sure to review the videos about challenges…
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.
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- What is innovation?
- Understanding the myths about creativity and barriers to innovation
- Understanding the characteristics of innovative products and services
- Using the five techniques of Systematic Inventive Thinking
- Creating new services and processes at work
- Running innovation workshops
- Involving customers in innovation
- Mastering innovative thinking<br><br>
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