Innovation in the Workplace

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Total Time: 7 hour(s)

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Self-Management

Summary:

Creativity can do more than just spark the next Big Idea for your organization. It’s also a critical skill for finding unique solutions to problems and new ways to improve on old processes. This series will help you to build your creativity and encourage it in others in productive ways that help your organization’s bottom line.

 

Audience:

This series is for anyone interested in learning about innovation in the workplace.

Features:

  • Flash and audio provide animated, interactive Lesson Introductions, Activities, and Simulations.
  • Flash scenarios use real world situations to illustrate course concepts.
  • Streaming video scenarios illustrate real world issues and solutions discussed in the course.
  • Audio accompanies each lesson page throughout the course.
  • Decision Point activities allow learners to work toward an outcome in an interactive environment.
  • Activities allow learners to apply course concepts in an interactive questioning environment.
  • A Course Topics list contains active hyperlinks, permitting quick access to specific topics.
  • Find-A-Word allows learners to look up an unfamiliar term in the Glossary, on the Web, or in a dictionary. In addition, it lets them find other occurrences of the term in the same course.
  • Search text enables learners to rapidly search all text within a course to easily retrieve information required.
  • Courses challenge the learner with a variety of question formats, including multi-step simulations, true/false, multiple choice, and fill-in-the-blank.
  • A skill assessment generates a customized learning path based on the results of a pre-test.
  • A glossary provides a reference for definitions of unfamiliar terms.
  • Bookmarking tracks the learner's progress in a course.

 

Includes:

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Innovation in the Workplace: Defining Innovation and Determining Your Point of View

Summary:

This course defines innovative thought and explains strategies for understanding and broadening your point of view.

Objectives:

  • Define creativity and innovation
  • Describe the characteristics of left- and right-brain thinking
  • Identify a strategy for successfully accessing the right brain
  • Broaden your view of your consumer
  • Describe an effective empathy board

Topics:

  • What is innovation?
  • Left brain, right brain
  • Thinking like your customers

Technical Requirements:

P500+ Processor, 128MB of RAM; Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, Minimum screen resolution 800x600, Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher; Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher; Flash 8.0 or higher; 56K minimum connection; broadband (256 kpbs or higher) connection recommended; Javascript, DHTML and cookies enabled; Sound card with speakers or headphones strongly recommended.
Innovation in the Workplace: Identifying the Enemies of Ideas and Innovation

Summary:

This course describes ten of the most common enemies of innovation and explains how to avoid them.

Objectives:

  • List and describe ten common enemies of innovation
  • Discuss and apply strategies for circumventing the enemies of innovation

Topics:

  • What is your point of view?
  • Where do you get answers?
  • What is there to be afraid of?
  • Who has the responsibility for innovation?
  • How important is your time?

Technical Requirements:

P500+ Processor, 128MB of RAM; Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, Minimum screen resolution 800x600, Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher; Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher; Flash 8.0 or higher; 56K minimum connection; broadband (256 kpbs or higher) connection recommended; Javascript, DHTML and cookies enabled; Sound card with speakers or headphones strongly recommended.
Innovation in the Workplace: Asking Questions

Summary:

This course provides tips and techniques on asking effective questions and determining the context of the answers you receive.

Objectives:

  • Identify the importance of questions to innovation
  • Describe how to ask questions to promote innovation
  • Describe how to spark an idea
  • Distinguish ways to ask effective questions
  • Determine the context of an interview
  • Examine the attitude and preconceptions you bring to interviews
  • Explain the context of an interview to another person

Topics:

  • Why should I ask questions?
  • Look around and listen
  • Exploring the context

Technical Requirements:

P500+ Processor, 128MB of RAM; Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, Minimum screen resolution 800x600, Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher; Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher; Flash 8.0 or higher; 56K minimum connection; broadband (256 kpbs or higher) connection recommended; Javascript, DHTML and cookies enabled; Sound card with speakers or headphones strongly recommended.
Innovation in the Workplace: Harnessing Energy

Summary:

This course explains the vital role that energy, not necessarily logic, plays in the innovation process.

Objectives:

  • Describe the roles that logic and energy play in the innovation process
  • Explain the Kao-Leonard innovation model
  • Explain how everyday conflicts possess potential energy
  • Describe how ideas gain power by resolving conflicts
  • Explain the difference between the traditional and the new innovation process
  • Explain how intersecting consumer needs establish starting points for the innovation process
  • Describe how products that successfully resolve emotional conflicts release potential energy

Topics:

  • Logic vs energy
  • Releasing energy
  • Changing the innovation process
  • Acknowledging the conflict

Technical Requirements:

P500+ Processor, 128MB of RAM; Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, Minimum screen resolution 800x600, Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher; Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher; Flash 8.0 or higher; 56K minimum connection; broadband (256 kpbs or higher) connection recommended; Javascript, DHTML and cookies enabled; Sound card with speakers or headphones strongly recommended.
Innovation in the Workplace: Creating Ideas

Summary:

This course provides exercises and techniques that will help you create new ideas and foster creativity and innovation.

Objectives:

  • Explain how exercises can help you make the shift to brainstorming ideas
  • Describe the components that make up our personalities
  • Describe how to use emotion-based tools
  • Explain techniques you can use to get ideas flowing
  • Describe some techniques that will help you access the spiritual component of your personality

Topics:

  • Where to start
  • Emotion-based tools
  • Body-based and spirit-based tools

Technical Requirements:

P500+ Processor, 128MB of RAM; Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, Minimum screen resolution 800x600, Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher; Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher; Flash 8.0 or higher; 56K minimum connection; broadband (256 kpbs or higher) connection recommended; Javascript, DHTML and cookies enabled; Sound card with speakers or headphones strongly recommended.
Innovation in the Workplace: Measuring Success

Summary:

This course discusses how to effectively assess the energy and potential of ideas.

Objectives:

  • Measure an idea's energy based on its relevance and uniqueness
  • Identify the best experts to evaluate an idea for its Zing
  • Describe effective questions for evaluating the energy of an idea

Topics:

  • Map the response
  • Ask the experts

Technical Requirements:

P500+ Processor, 128MB of RAM; Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, Minimum screen resolution 800x600, Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher; Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher; Flash 8.0 or higher; 56K minimum connection; broadband (256 kpbs or higher) connection recommended; Javascript, DHTML and cookies enabled; Sound card with speakers or headphones strongly recommended.

 

 

 

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Innovation in the Workplace

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