Workplace Innovation: Tools and Processes

Facilitators: Dave Whittington , Tammy Dewar

Workplace innovation is the process by which new ways of doing things and/or new services or products are created, supported and embedded within organizations. This workshop helps you develop your knowledge of established innovation processes and the skills necessary to innovate within a workplace. It is based on the second course in the Graduate Certificate in Workplace Innovation at RRU and provides a high-level overview of the concepts and activities that are part of the nine-week online program.

Topics Covered:

  • Explore the major concepts behind two approaches to workplace innovation: human centered design and the innovator’s method
  • Assess your skills in workplace innovation
  • Engage in an experiential human centered design process and apply insights to your own workplace
  • Identify strategies and tools you can use in your workplace to encourage and develop innovation

 
There are also two other courses in the Workplace Innovation series. For more information visit:

Cultivating Creative Confidence and Competence

Strategy and Culture

Learn more about the 6 month Graduate Certidicate in Workplace Innovation

Course Dates: Workplace Innovation: Tools and Processes

For more information about this course please contact Professional and Continuing Studies