The Innovation Thesis

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Today the world is characterized by volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity. Traditional leadership seems quite ineffective these days. Nowadays, leaders require innovation skills, ability to think flexibly and an entrepreneurial mindset to stand in business. Innovation is very important for existing businesses and new startups to create your own market base. Innovation needs great thinking skills, creativity, and a vision to see the future. Together these skills combine in the process of innovation. It is a process of creating and implementing a new idea. In this, you need to take some useful ideas and convert them into useful products or services. These products and services will be the final outcome of your creative skills.


What you’ll learn

  • You will be able to identify and overcome the challenges when you are trying to innovate
  • Develop new relationships with big organizations
  • You will be able to develop robust and flexible plans for strategic execution.
  • You will learn how to design and govern a project, team, and organization.
  • You will be able to build your own prototype for a product, service or business design

Benefits of this course

  • The applicants will find mentorship to nurture their innovation and dreams.
  • You will be improving your thinking process and decision-making process.
  • You will be adopting new strategic approaches for building successful business models which will exploit new opportunities.
  • You will be well informed about design thinking and influenced by future technologies and trends.
  • You will be exploring product development and digital & physical design.

Who should apply:

  • Any graduate or practitioner who wants to learn about the innovation process.
  • Any entrepreneur who want to improve his/her business and innovation skills.
  • Any individual who wants to learn about new technologies used in the industries.
  • People who want to start a career in the manufacturing industry.

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