Innovation, as a field of study, is a multidisciplinary one. Schools that offer a program of innovation courses usually present topics related to entrepreneurship, proposal writing, business fundamentals, and intellectual law. Studied together, these areas of knowledge provide students with the leadership skills needed to take on new business challenges and make a real impact on society. Graduates of innovation courses usually embark on exciting new career paths, developing business models and proposals for new ventures.
Programs of study that include innovation courses typically start with an introduction to entrepreneurship, along with the fundamentals of marketing, finance, and business law. As students progress through the program, they often have the chance to gain valuable experience through workshops, internships, and partnerships with local companies. These opportunities enable students to not only refine their communication and team-building skills, but also work with real-world startup companies where they can develop a valuable network of contacts.
Although not all schools offer a series of innovation courses, this emerging field has become popular enough that programs can be found in countries all over the world. Whether you are just starting out in the business world, or are a seasoned professional seeking to start up a new business venture, innovation courses can help you achieve your goals. Scroll through the options below to find the innovation course that's right for you!
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
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....
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Design Thinking for Business Innovation is an intensive program that will give you the skills to design new solutions that create value for the customer and your business
From Idea to Market – Take your Innovation to the Next Level with Design Thinking
Design Thinking for Business Innovation is an intensive program that will give you the skills to design new solutions that create value for the customer and your business. This 7-day program covers all the critical stages of innovation from idea to market entry.
You will explore and understand the framework of Design Thinking, see it in action and learn how to practically apply it to business models in your organization.
Design Thinking for Business Innovation is a joint executive program created by Aalto EE and ESADE Business School.
Start: May 22, 2019
Enrollment: By April 22, 2019
Program Schedule: May 22–30, 2019
Location: Helsinki, Finland and Barcelona, Spain
Fee: 7,200 (+ VAT)
We offer an Early Bird fee of € 6,500 (+ VAT), valid until February 28, 2019. From March 1, 2019, onwards the fee is € 7,200 (+ VAT).
The program fee for Aalto EE and ESADE alumni is € 6,500 (+ VAT).
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
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....
Never has there been a better time and a more urgent need to create a more resilient and participatory future by turning our attention to alternative economic paradigms.
Never has there been a better time and a more urgent need to create a more resilient and participatory future by turning our attention to the redesign of our economic systems. If you feel stuck or uncertain about what you can do and want to take part in this redesign, our e-learning programme is for you.
An increasing amount of people know that our current economic system is no longer sustainable, yet awareness of viable alternatives is spreading slowly. Our aim is to give you a better understanding of those alternatives and the true meaning of economy and wealth. Participants will learn about existing systems and tools that are useful and will explore what it might take to re-design those that have proven dysfunctional....
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Innovation and internationalization have emerged as the key strategies in the current economic context. New ecosystems and business strategies arise in the process of the
Postgraduate Degree in Innovation and Design Thinking
Innovation and internationalization have emerged as the key strategies in the current economic context. New ecosystems and business strategies arise in the process of the paradigm shift from product design to service design.
The design of experiences requires multi-skilled professionals with strategic and tactical proficiency when moving the customer / user to the centre of the design process and the business strategy.
Design Thinking has enabled the designer to become the agent of change in organizations and to act as a lever of transformation in this new way of working, enabling innovation in processes, products, services, communication and business strategy....
Every society has a unique infrastructure comprising buildings, roads and power supplies etc. which facilitates the day to day operations of work and play. Singapore is o
Course in Singapore - International Study Tour
Every society has a unique infrastructure comprising buildings, roads and power supplies etc. which facilitates the day to day operations of work and play. Singapore is often defined as the ‘little red dot’, with a total land spanning just 712.4 sq km. For the world’s third most densely populated country, infrastructure planning is all the more essential in supporting economic growth and encouraging new investments.
Singapore’s remarkable transformation from a fishing village to an international fiscal center and business hub in 4 decades was brought about by the government’s proactive efforts in developing modern infrastructure and a rapid adoption of technology....
Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
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
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....
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.
A unique programme for service designers, creative entrepreneurs and business owners –introducing you to London's most innovative businesses and uncovering the latest app
Best Courses in Innovation 2019. Every day will consist of keynote presentations, case studies, roundtable discussions and visits to the top companies who adopted the human-centred approach, where you will meet the teams behind their latest research and innovation. Some people call our format a 'design safari', some say it's a VIP behind-the-scenes experience or a research trip. During the week you will also explore the latest trends and discoveries in virtual reality, artificial intelligence, sustainability and the future of technologies. You will learn about the latest innovation methodologies, and best tools for product and business management – and have the opportunity to ask any questions in an informal atmosphere.
All lectures and workshops will take place in the actual agencies giving participants a better context of the topic. This programme is designed to give you inspiration and tools for your work, to help you get an expert opinion on your current projects, and keep you up-to-date with the latest trends in the industry.
During the week you will experience:
This course will take participants beyond the obvious into the unexplored. It will expand their view and move their research from the realm of the traditional user-produc
Cultural sensitivity and understanding can stimulate the potential for innovation in new product and service design. This course will show you how!
Could a valuable (and healthy) innovative idea, such as the use of hot air technology to fry food be adopted worldwide? Can indigenous patterns and other forms of native art be used to decorate products regardless of their context and meaning? Can the way we look at and compare cultural differences and practices be a source of inspiration in product and service design?
This course will take participants beyond the obvious into the unexplored. It will expand their view and move their research from the realm of the traditional user-product environment into the cultural context. Cultural sensitivity will help, not only to avoid mismatches between designs and intended users, but it will also prove a great source of inspiration and opportunities for new product design....