Strategizing For Innovation Capabilities (1-Day)
Get the opportunity to learn the language for innovation grounded in research and obtain new perspectives through facilitated round table discussions with peers covering strategy, process, culture, governance, metrics and organising for innovation.
The course focuses on innovation capabilities assessment, and developing innovation strategies.
- Gain a knowledge base for understanding different types of organisational innovation.
- Understand your organisation’s strengths and weaknesses in order to guide strategy, decisions and resource allocation.
- Understand and implement the leading innovation platform: Ideation360
- Visualise maturity and progress through innovation metrics.
- Learn how to govern business transformations through innovation strategies
The course draws on various theoretical foundations and business cases to develop an understanding of innovation and change. It combines lectures, exercises, and other pedagogical tools. It provides opportunities to process and reflects over personal experiences and reactions.
Topics covered during this session include:
Innoverce365 provides your organisation a complete a full Innovation Analysis with Recommendations (IAR) report to the client. The assessment will provide key insights on the client’s Aspirations and Ability for Innovation: Culture, Capabilities, Process, Strategy and Leadership for delivering on current and new strategic initiatives geared towards the strategy.
The Strategic and Tactical Innovation Metrics together with the InnovationIQ Score are used to track the development and progress of the client to illustrate how they have developed in their innovation work and realizing their vision. This will provide your organisation with a great tool to continue measuring their progress and development in the future. The illustration shows an example of a proposal of Innovation Metric Dashboard used to represent current value, benchmark value, target value and InnovationIQ which will be used for your organisation.