Mar 25, 2020 - Apr 15, 2020
Event StatusSold Out
CAE Credits: Registrants will earn a maximum of 10 CAE credits.
In this comprehensive collection, learners will explore the topic of innovation in associations. You’ll start by understanding the building blocks of innovation, including how to manage it and an overview of human-centered design methodology and innovation capabilities. In addition, delve into a case study of innovation methodology, examine how to evaluate risk and failure, and discover how to sustain learning innovations. Conclude by exploring how leaders and organizations can nurture a culture of innovation and learn more about business planning, measurement, and the “fuzzy front end.”
The following courses are included in this collection:
- What Is Innovation?
- The Building Blocks of Innovation
- Focus on What Matters
- Introduction to Human-Centered Design
- Empathy, Ideation, and Iteration
- Case Study on Innovation Methodology
- Innovation Capabilities: Storytelling, Failure, Risk Taking
- Innovation Capabilities: The Challenge Mindset
- Innovation Capabilities: Power of Diversity/Dominant Logic
- Innovation, Risk, and Failure
- How to Learn from Failure
- Sustaining Learning Innovations Within Organizations
- Innovation Leadership: How Leaders Nurture Innovation
- Business Planning, Measurement, and Experimentation
- The Fuzzy Front End of Innovation
- Use Strategic Thinking to Consider the Big Picture
- Verifying and Building on Creative Ideas
- Leading Your Team Through Change
Course outline is subject to change as needed.
This course collection was curated by William T. Mallon, Ed.D., Senior Director, Strategy and Innovation Development at the Association of American Medical Colleges.
Online course collections give you the flexibility to work through a curated group of courses on the go, at whatever time and place works for you. You’ll have three weeks to complete the coursework. Features include:
Moderated discussion board: Carry on peer-to-peer discussions online during the weeks of your program. Discussions are captured and threaded for later review, so you can post or respond at your convenience. Expert moderators help answer questions and guide your studies.
Free library access: During your program, browse the full library of more than 300 ASAE Learning Online courses and try as many as you wish.
One week before the start date, attendees will receive an introductory email with login information and a suggested timeline.
Registration for this collection will close March 20, 2020, at 12:00 p.m. ET.
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