Course in Innovation in North America

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If you want to be an independent consultant, a master's of innovation will be incredibly beneficial for you. A master’s in innovation will take you through the steps of increasing a company’s bottom line and decreasing their overhead through inventive measures.

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Strategic Innovation Management

ADEN Business School
Online Part time February 2017 Nicaragua Managua Argentina San Miguel De Tucuman Spain Madrid Colombia Bogotá Chile Santiago Honduras San Pedro Sula Medellin Peru Lima Tegucigalpa Guatemala Guatemala City Mexico Mexico City Bolivia Santa Cruz Ecuador Quito Buenos Aires Dominican Republic Santo Domingo Costa Rica San José Cali Mendoza Paraguay Asuncion El Salvador San Salvador Barcelona Panama Panama City + 35 more

Knowledge economy, as was defined by Peter Drucker and others, poses unprecedented challenges for companies and organizations. One of the pillars on which business models are based on this new era is innovation, a complex and multidimensional phenomenon. From this perspective, strategic management of innovation resulting in the ability of the company to build a ... [+]

Course Studies in Innovation in North America 2017. Knowledge economy, as was defined by Peter Drucker and others, poses unprecedented challenges for companies and organizations. One of the pillars on which business models are based on this new era is innovation, a complex and multidimensional phenomenon. From this perspective, strategic management of innovation resulting in the ability of the company to build a culture of innovation that can generate value reinventing regularly its own business model, adapting to the constantly changing environment and introducing innovations incremental order , developmental and / or disruptive. It is the responsibility of driving teams create the internal conditions for these policies - the result of a Vision and Mission consensus - are properly understood and internalized through appropriate communication processes. Innovations can occur in multiple stages inside and outside the company (Doblin model). This is a proposal theoretical-practical oriented development of generic and systemic skills in order to integrate innovation in organizational culture as a strategic axis for value creation in business models and policies for development and growth companies and organizations. The mastery of this competition is closely linked with other generic skills that are considered in program development such as Creativity, Focus on quality, project management, orientation achievement, Entrepreneurship, Problem solving, decision making, orientation learning, Teamwork and Leadership. GOALS Upon completion completed, the participant will have achieved the following transfer targets: Leading processes of defining innovation policies for value creation in line with the development strategies of the company, from detecting and identifying causes, opportunities, needs and dynamic demands resulting from the interaction between organizational contexts and the reality of markets and intervention environments, both for small and medium businesses and international corporations and other organizations. Design, systematize and develop processes, systems, products and / or services matching innovative policies and strategies formulated and designed to meet internal and external demands and to take advantage of the opportunities identified, assessing how they will affect the possible innovations both people, the organization and the context of intervention by identifying risks and benefits. Justify, plan and implement the components of innovation according to related policies and sustainability of the organization, introducing innovations that impact the various systems, processes, products, services and results and targets both personal, organizational and as in the contexts of intervention, monitoring and evaluating progress steadily and results. recipients senior and managerial staff of small and medium Latin American and international companies. academic content MODULE 1: From the creative spark innovation strategy MODULE 2: Towards a culture of innovation MODULE 3 Management of the innovation process MODULE 4: The practice of innovation [-]

Course - Mobile App Design for iOS

Treehouse
Online Full time Part time Open Enrollment USA USA Online

Learn the basics of designing a mobile app, from initial idea, wireframes to user interface design. You will create the design for a diary app while learning how to write an application design specification, user experience, right through to creating assets for development. The project will focus on the iOS platform, however you learn some tips and tricks on adapting the design for platforms like Android and Windows. [+]

Mobile App Design for iOS Learn the basics of designing a mobile app, from initial idea, wireframes to user interface design. You will create the design for a diary app while learning how to write an application design specification, user experience, right through to creating assets for development. The project will focus on the iOS platform, however you learn some tips and tricks on adapting the design for platforms like Android and Windows. Introduction to UI Design Learn what user interface design entails, what we’re going to design, and some understanding of development languages used to build our app. Discover the tools that are used to create a user interface. Finally, learn about the nuances of designing for Apple's iOS platform. ADS Writing and Preparation Learn how to create helpful documentation that will help educate and assist your design process later. Writing an Application Definition Statement (ADS) helps you establish the focus of your app and define its audience. Wireframing, Interaction Design and Planning Learn how to plan your app by creating a digital wireframe document and understanding some basic UX and typography decisions. We’re also going to take a look into how to design for touch targets and some tips and tricks around this problematic design issue. Designing our App Let’s start designing our app using Sketch. We’re going to jump right into designing a beautiful interface while learning how to export our artwork for retina display and additional platforms, if necessary. Working with a Developer A deeper how-to of exporting your artwork via Sketch and learn how to keep developers happy by producing comprehensive documentation for onward use in Xcode. We’re also going to take a look into the app approval process and bring to light some common issues and how to avoid them. Teacher Sarah Parmenter Sarah Parmenter is a multi-disciplinary designer. She has a client list that includes Blackberry, News International, and STV and specialises in UI design for iOS. Sarah is the owner of You Know Who, co-host of the Happy Monday podcast, and was voted .Net Magazine’s ‘Designer of The Year’ in 2011. [-]

The Innovation Architect: Creating Breakthrough Companies

IESE Business School, University of Navarra - Executive Education Department: Short Focused Programs
Campus Part time 2 days February 2017 USA Spain Barcelona + 1 more

The Innovation Architect: Creating Breakthrough Companies will change the way you think about innovation and creativity in your organization. In this highly intensive two-day program, you will learn .... [+]

The Innovation Architect: Creating Breakthrough Companies

The Innovation Architect: Creating Breakthrough Companies will change the way you think about innovation and creativity in your organization. In this highly intensive two-day program, you will learn how to progress from having isolated initiatives to forging a powerful culture of continuous innovation.

The program helps participants tap into pockets of innovation in their companies and equips them with strategies for stimulating creativity throughout the organization. It is not an introductory course on innovation.Rather, it is designed for managers who have struggled to foster innovation and experienced first hand the hard realities of driving change.... [-]


Managing Teams for Innovation and Success

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Campus Part time June 2017 USA Stanford

This program enables you to manage team dynamics in a manner that establishes a productive work environment, delivers high performance, and fosters creative ideas. [+]

Managing or participating in a team-based work environment can be either exhilarating or exasperating. Given the potential benefits and pitfalls of using teams, when should you use them, how do you choose team members who will accomplish a goal in the most effective manner, and how do you manage them to deliver successful results?

This program enables you to manage team dynamics in a manner that establishes a productive work environment, delivers high performance, and fosters creative ideas.

Content Overview

Teams have a vast capacity to drive an organization beyond its boundaries. When managed well, teams stimulate creativity and innovation, make an organization more adaptive to market forces, and tap into a firm's intellectual resources to drive breakthrough results.... [-]


Customer-Focused Innovation

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Campus Part time 1 week November 2017 USA Stanford

Participants learn strategic frameworks to better understand customer experiences, develop deeper customer insights, and diffuse customer learning throughout the organization. [+]

The processes organizations use to pursue innovation can actually erode their capability to innovate. Systems built on stages and reviews simply bureaucratize the process and deflect attention from the user-experience. Then, by limiting responsibility for innovation to a specific department, these organizations actually underutilize the creative capabilities of other employees. Companies must create a culture of innovation that harnesses the creativity of its customers, users, and employees.

Content Overview

Customer-Focused Innovation takes a hands-on approach to eliminating the red tape that impedes innovation. Participants learn strategic frameworks to better understand customer experiences, develop deeper customer insights, and diffuse customer learning throughout the organization. Additionally, the program provides cutting edge insights on the sources of customer satisfaction and brand personality. Participants discuss strategies for reducing the knowing-doing gap and building a customer-centric culture. Leveraging resources from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, the program exposes participants to the latest research on customer-focused innovation. The program also features real-world field exercises that involve developing innovations to enhance user experiences in the B2C and B2B domains.... [-]


Creating a Culture of Innovation

Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
Campus Part time 1 day September 2017 USA Evanston

This intense and interactive one-day seminar is designed to provide senior executives with the leadership tools needed to create a culture and organization that challenge traditional ways of doing business. [+]

From new markets to mature markets and across every industry, innovation plays a critical role in an organization's success. From new product introductions to business process innovation, differentiation is vital to driving growth and achieving competitive advantage.

This intense and interactive one-day seminar is designed to provide senior executives with the leadership tools needed to create a culture and organization that challenge traditional ways of doing business.

While companies recently have focused on downsizing, streamlining, and cost-cutting to achieve short-term earnings growth, smart managers are always searching for new ways to create long-term value for their customers by launching new products and services, entering new markets, or rethinking established processes for getting work done. As companies begin to reinvest in breakthrough innovation, leadership strategies that create the right culture and mind-set will be critical cornerstones for success.... [-]


New Product Innovation, Development, and Implementation Strategies

University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Campus Part time 5 days September 2017 USA Chicago

This unique program will provide you with the frameworks, tools, techniques, and perspectives that will help you to more effectively develop and market new products. [+]

This unique program will provide you with the frameworks, tools, techniques, and perspectives that will help you to more effectively develop and market new products. The course provides comprehensive coverage of major topics in developing and implementing a market-driven approach to innovation. Incorporating cutting-edge thinking and best practices in new product development, this program will help you to both create and modify your organization’s new product development process and position your firm to gain a strategic competitive advantage. It covers a wide spectrum of industries including business-to-business, consumer products, and services.

 

Topics cover four broad areas:... [-]