Innovation Made Simple

Innovation is the key skill of the 21st century. (It was also the most important skill of the 20th century, and it will probably be important in the 22nd century too.) Companies and individuals that know how to solve problems, identify opportunities, devise creative customer experiences and pivot during crises are going to succeed more frequently than those that don’t.

Unfortunately, innovation is often presented as a difficult skill that requires you to basically re-engineer the way you think.  But if you’d like to learn how being innovative is a simple process that literally everyone is capable of, then you might enjoy Innovation Made Simple. Our training course will help make the process of coming up with new ideas, solving problems, exploiting opportunities, and surviving unexpected disruption easier and more rewarding than you ever thought possible. Because it turns out that every innovation in every industry – from automobiles to streaming music, coffee cup holders to wartime treaties – follows the same straightforward pattern. Innovation Made Simple will walk you through that process and provide simple strategies for taking advantage of every opportunity that comes your way.

Learning Objectives:

  • Outlining the two major types of innovation, as well as the pace at which most innovation happens
  • Illustrating the three-step process which every innovation throughout all of human history has inevitably followed
  • Recognizing the one and only barrier to innovative thought, as well as how to overcome it
  • Analyzing case studies of various innovative products and ideas – which any one of us could conceivably have come up with on our own
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What Is Included In This Course? 

- 6 videos with knowledge check questions
- Final quiz
- Closed captions (English and Spanish)
- Video transcripts
- Certificate available upon completion

Video Titles:

- What Innovation Is (And Isn’t)
- The Truth About ‘Big’ Ideas
- Where Every Innovation Starts
- Where (and How) Ideas Come to Us
- You Have An Idea. Now What?
- Is Innovation Really For Me?

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