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 course 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 Royal Roads University and provides a high-level overview of the concepts and activities that are part of the nine-week online program.
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 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 Certificate in Workplace Innovation.