oi361 | undergraduate
Innovation, Design, & Creativity For A Competitive Advantage
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Creativity for innovative decision making
- Compare and contrast the four styles of creative intelligence and their influence on organizational decision making.
- Identify the four steps to changing mental models/mind sets.
- Analyze the mental models/mind sets that guide your decision making in the work place.
Tools and techniques for innovation and creativity
- Explain the tools and techniques used in new product development processes.
- Identify the four basic phases of the “Phased Project Planning” process.
- Explain how to evaluate the results of a creative/innovative process for continuous improvement
Creating and sustaining an innovative organizational culture
- Assess leadership’s role in creating, managing, and sustaining an innovative organization.
- Differentiate between non-innovative and innovative organizations.
Introduction to innovation, design, and creativity
- Compare and contrast innovation, design, and creativity.
- Analyze the benefits of innovation, design, and creative thinking in meeting organizational objectives.
- Identify the internal and external drivers of innovation.
Impact of innovation, design, and creativity on the organization
- Evaluate the impact of innovation, design, and creativity on strategy.
- Evaluate the impact of innovation on different industries
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