Welcome to "Innovative Thinking" where you will find ways to change your mindset, transform your ideas, and begin to look at the world in a new way. In twelve lessons you are invited to examine and investigate, analyze and synthesize characteristics of innovative thought and action.
Develop innovation skills, learn about different types of innovation and the key factors to make your organization an innovative place to work and grow new ideas. Leaders will discover how to implement these skills into the workplace, to train employees, and to assess the effectiveness of these changes.
Individuals will explore personal issues that stand in the way of more creative and innovative thinking. This course will guide each person toward new ventures, exciting pathways and supply methods for development of your natural strengths in exciting ways.
After taking "Innovative Thinking" you will feel the passion to take the next step in your career. After taking "Innovative Thinking" you will know how to lead others toward more success through different thought paths. Innovative thinking is essential to success in your personal life as well as your business. Get the skills, develop your confidence and become a more interesting person.
Goals and dreams don't happen without working to make them happen. Make this a first step in creating your future. Gain the knowledge and expertise you will need to move to a higher realm in your personal life or in your career, or in your organization. Protect your mind from becoming stagnate by grasping the skill of "Innovative Thinking."
Lesson 1: What Is Innovation All About?
Lesson 2: Three Main Types of Innovation
Lesson 3: Tools and Exercises to Increase Innovation
Lesson 4: Idea Champions, Idea Incubators, New Venture Teams, and Skunk Works
Lesson 5: How to Develop Innovative Thinking Skills
Lesson 6: Ten Ways to Generate Ideas
Lesson 7: Five Ways to Narrow Down Ideas
Lesson 8: Steps to Further Refining Ideas
Lesson 9: Key Factors for an Innovative Organization
Lesson 10: 15 Barriers to Organizational Innovation
Lesson 11: Implementation and Assessment of Innovative Ideas
Lesson 12: Characteristics of Innovative Managers
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- Correct Postures in Meditation
- Memory Strategies: Public Speaking
- How to Refine Sentences to Improve Your Writing
- Examples of Opening Statements When Starting the Mediation Process
- Efficiently Tracking Projects for Time Management
- How to Listen During Lectures
- The Relationship between The Brain and Self-Confidence
- How to Start Brainstorming Ideas for a Successful Mediation Process
- How to Deal with Your Emotional Scars
- How and When to Use Visual Aids to Make an Effective Presentation