The world of business no longer has a choice in terms of innovation. Regardless of internal sentiments around change, economic and other external factors drive innovation globally. Businesses that ignore or avoid the pressure of innovation are unlikely to succeed.
This is an eight-hour online masterclass to complete at your own time and pace. Delegates have access to the platform for 4 months. On completion, delegates receive a certificate of attendance and digital credential to use on their LinkedIn profile. This masterclass is ideal for individuals or teams and can also be tailored to a client's specific needs. It consists of a series of informative videos, insightful content, and science-based activities.
Is innovation about attaining massive game-changing outcomes such as those achieved by Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs or Elon Musk?
No, not entirely. While the outcomes of certain corporate innovation can be disruptive, the central tenet of innovation should be about creating value for key stakeholders. What is really important is how innovative business concepts are identified, absorbed, used and driven into markets. Combining disruptive ideas with innovative endeavours that are small in magnitude, or incremental in nature, can also lead to profound impact. There really isn't a blueprint for corporate innovation that would suit all organisations. However, there are some helpful principles which leaders should pay a keen attention to shall they wish to thrive in today's business environment while competing for tomorrow's market.