Innovation and Culture
Limited to 20 candidates. First come first served basis. Program cost is covered by KFAS. Open to private sector employees. Registration closes October 26, 2015
Who Should Attend
Ideal candidates will have a minimum of a Bachelors degree. They will be proficient in English, at least college level spoken and written proficiency. They will have a minimum of 5 years of work experience and in a position of leadership in their organization. Lastly, they are committed to applying what they've learned in the workplace.
The critical influences on the success or failure of an organization’s ability to produce innovation is the culture of the organization, combined with innovation systems and the ability to leverage different people’s strengths. This three-day course focuses on how leaders can foster an Innovation Culture, innovation models and assessments (including the Innovation Strengths Preference Indicator®), and understanding Innovation Systems where ideas and people flourish. Participants will learn about their personal innovation strengths, the requirements for an Innovation Culture and the necessities for implementing the right Innovation Systems for their innovation goals.
During this workshop, you can expect to:
• Learn a unified definition of Innovation
• Understand what it take to convert creativity into innovation inside an organization
• Gain insight into your Innovation Strengths and your Core Motivations
• Learn how to leverage your innovation strengths and the strengths of others
• Recognize the requirements of an Innovation Culture
• Understand how different Innovation Systems create different innovation output
• Cultivate skills for leading Breakthrough Innovation
• Make the invisible elements of innovation visible