Organizational Assessment for Compliance with ISO 56002:2019 Standard Requirements
Preparing organizations for ISO accreditation is a systematic 'design' process. The design process deals with the establishment, maintenance, management, and improvement of mechanisms and routines, which form the basis for the establishment of an institutional innovation system. This activity includes an initial assessment of the institutional innovation fundamentals within the organization, and alignment with the ISO 56002:2019 standard requirements (gap analysis).
Diagnosis and Design of Institutional Innovation Infrastructure in Organizations
An engaging and professional workshop involving the senior management of the organization; this workshop serves as a 'launching pad' for designing and embedding mechanisms of institutional innovation within the organization. The workshop is grounded on validated models concerning innovation culture, and adheres to international standards in the field of innovation management.
Formulating a Future Vision for Institutional Innovation Design in Organizations
Formulating a future vision for embedding innovation within an organization embodies a holistic strategic picture with a long-term perspective. The motivation behind crafting such a vision is to assemble a rationale for a comprehensive and integrated array of activities in the form of pathways and mechanisms. The correct embedding of this array of activities, progressively, will serve as the foundation for establishing innovation management systems within the organization, effectively translating into action.
Training for Change Management and Implementation of Applied Innovation in Organizations
Empowering the managerial capabilities of managers who are promoted to senior management positions. This training is practical and applicable for managerial level assuming responsibility for an organizational unit, for designing culture and mechanisms within the unit they are entrusted with, and acquiring tools for managing the unit in an innovative approach.
Training for Distinctively Excellent Population in Systematic Entrepreneurship
The training aims at embedding the values of entrepreneurship and innovation as a routine among junior commanders and managers, with the objective of strengthening the intra-organizational innovation community. This training provides tools and skills for a distinct population with entrepreneurial potential, to drive intra-organizational initiatives in a systematic manner.
A Design Sprint Workshop for Tackling Complex Challenges:
Tackling issues in a competitive, complex environment filled with constraints, changes, crises, and challenges, requires a unique set of skills, thinking, and actions from the managerial tier in many organizations. A hands-on workshop for systematically designing viable solutions to complex problems, using the Design Sprint approach, for challenges directly related to their fields of action, can be invaluable.
Training for Lean Product Managers and System Engineers
A hands-on and practical training for entrepreneurs, managers, and decision-makers who fulfill the roles of 'System Engineer' or 'Product Manager'. These individuals act as a bridge, with the responsibility to understand and distill the requirements and constraints of the customer and stakeholders they represent. The goal is to translate these needs into a standardized language that can be easily understood by development teams.
Training for Chief Innovation Officers (CINO) for Effective Innovation Management in Organizations
This training is designed for innovation leaders, focusing on establishing and managing innovation systems within their organizations. The curriculum is aligned with international standards that address quality and innovation management in organizations. Participants will acquire critical tools, skills, and knowledge essential for setting up sustainable innovation management systems.