Well-intentioned leaders, in their attempts to boost innovation, are inadvertently destroying it. Based on Stephen Shapiro’s bestselling book, Best Practices are Stupid: Ways to Out-Innovate the Competition, this online learning experience offers counterintuitive yet proven strategies for boosting innovation and making it a repeatable, sustainable, and profitable process. He teaches that innovation isn't just about generating occasional new ideas; it's about staying consistently one step ahead of the competition. Shapiro shows that non-stop innovation is attainable and vital to building high-performing teams, improving financial outcomes, and staying competitive with peer organizations. Using self-assessment, the goal is to challenge you to think differently about how you approach innovation.
By participating in this On Demand course, you will be able to:
Focus on how you differentiate your organization
Target your efforts and innovate where your organization differentiates
Frame your innovation challenges in new ways
Find breakthrough solutions by connecting with people who have solved similar challenges
Implement solutions through experimentation rather than failure.
Managers, supervisors, team leaders, HR and benefits professionals, project managers, business owners and executives who wish to boost innovation and make it a repeatable, sustainable and profitable process.
Email CustomerService@sae.org, or call 1-877-606-7323 (U.S. and Canada) or 724-776-4970 (outside US and Canada).
Stephen Shapiro is one of the foremost authorities on innovation culture, collaboration, and open innovation. During the past twenty years, his message to hundreds of thousands of people in forty countries around the world has remained the same: Innovation only occurs when organizations bring together divergent points of view in an efficient manner.
Over the years, Stephen Shapiro has shared his innovative philosophy in books such as 24/7 Innovation and The Little Book of BIG Innovation Ideas. He has also trained more than 20,000 consultants in innovation during his 15 year tenure with Accenture.