Organizational Innovation Integrated Project – oi466 (3 credits)
This project-based course integrates knowledge and skills from previous organizational innovation coursework and requires business students to demonstrate their innovative, creative, and inspirational capacity to solve a real life business problem or opportunity. Using design principles, practices, and theory, students will be asked to create innovative solutions to problems or opportunities in the areas of strategy, process, product, and service.
Application of the IBDM to Process Innovation
- Explain the unique nuances of innovative process development as it relates to the IBDM.
- Apply the IBDM in the creation of innovative business processes.
Application of the IBDM to Product Innovation
- Apply the IBDM to propose innovative business products.
- Explain the unique nuances of innovative product development as it relates to the IBDM.
Application of the IBDM to Service Innovation
- Apply the IBDM to propose innovative business services.
- Explain the unique nuances of innovative service development as it relates to the IBDM.
Future Trends of Innovation
- Recognize evolving trends, which influence innovation.
Overview and Application of the IBDM to Strategy Innovation
- Explain the five steps of the Innovation Business Design Model (IBDM) as it relates to the business environment and SPPS.
- Apply the IBDM in the creation of innovative business strategies.
- Explain the unique nuances of innovative strategy development as it relates to the IBDM.
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