Innovation Mindsets, Processes, Tools, and Culture
with John K. Coyle
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01 Class Introduction03:11
06 A New Economic Era Emerging: The Conceptual Age09:55
Class duration: 0h 56mSee all 8 lessons
About The Class
As a leader, your organization looks to you to promote and implement innovative practices that will help your business grow and prosper. But first you’ll have to deal with the cultural obstacles and ingrained mindsets that impede progress.
This course offers a primer on innovation and an introduction to design thinking. You’ll learn the leadership skills that are necessary in the conceptual age, including creativity, engagement, risk tolerance and collaboration. And you’ll be introduced to the two essential mindsets that are core to successful innovation: creative visionaries and operators. By the end, you’ll have a brand new set of tools that you can use to ensure innovation flourishes in your organization.
In this class, you’ll learn how to:
- Identify the key aspects of the design thinking process: accept, empathize, define, ideate, prototype and test.
- Ensure you’re solving the right problem.
- Use innovation definition and innovation portfolio to gauge your progress.
- Examine the changing economic paradigms that have made ideas the currency of the future.
Creative Visionaries and Operators07:30
Why Mindset Matters04:33
Innovation Definition and the Design Thinking Process09:10
A New Economic Era Emerging: The Conceptual Age09:55
Leadership Skills for the Conceptual Age03:41
100% of students recommend this class.
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John's discussion of design thinking is brilliant. It's an extremely logical approach to problem-solving and leadership that I feel is not all that common in society, just yet. I very much appreciate the humanistic approach to work and life that John brings to this discussion. I'd highly recommend this workshop from John, as well as his latest book.
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