Why train skills in innovation in your executive team?
Innovation isn’t creativity. It’s action. It’s tangible. It’s the thing that comes after ideation, where something actually happens. Teams who innovate must be able to execute – they need to be able to trial, test and deploy, so as to create value. An innovation project must also be supported by strategic thinking, strong financial acumen and the ability to influence stakeholders. In short, teams need a diverse set of skills to be truly innovative.
What you’ll explore
- Different definitions of innovation
- Environments and cultures for innovation
- Design-thinking and other innovation methods
- Execution: skills to get off the ground
- Pitching and influencing stakeholders
What you’ll apply
- An ability to lead different types of innovations
- Skills for setting up innovation teams
- Strategies to lead and facilitate innovation
- An ability to execute an innovation project
- Pitching and influencing skills
It was absolute pleasure partnering with the talented team at Thinka for our leadership training. Thinka provided us with valuable insights and content that really hit the mark with our leadership group.
pair me with:
Disruption is the new normal, and we need to adapt, move and change with it.
It’s about producing something tangible, making vision more than a pipe dream.