Managing Innovation in the Workplace
September 17 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Are you maximizing the potential for innovation in your organization?
Managing Innovation in the Workplace calls for three fundamental steps: inspiration, ideation, and implementation. The inspiration phase is the chance to culturally immerse ourselves in customer environments to better understand their wants, needs, and desires. In that same fashion, the ideation phase helps us draw on lessons learned from participants to explore creative, out-of-the-box solutions by co-creating prototypes that are culturally aligned with their vision and ideals. This sets the stage for the implementation phase, where solutions are adopted and shared with the general public for feedback and review.
You will learn how to:
Use the three steps of the Innovation process to create novel solutions to your real-world challenges
Implement strategies for synthesizing your user research and identify opportunities for design
Practice creative techniques to build rapid prototypes and make your ideas come to life
Test your prototypes with real users and identify promising solutions that you can begin implementing thereafter
Taught by Christine Hamblin (BCA, BSc, MTEI), Atlantic Innovation Lead at Accenture, and certified Human-Centered Design and Design Thinking facilitator; this class will help you learn the process of conceiving and designing new products and services for your business.
Lunch will be provided.
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