416 289 5000
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P.O. Box 631 Station A
Toronto, ON, M1K 5E9

Creating and Managing Innovation

Course Code ENTP-302
Course Name Creating and Managing Innovation
Category Business
Description Gaining a competitive advantage in today's business environment increasingly demands that organizations know how to innovate. Companies harness creativity to remain competitive and place high importance on finding fresh and innovative solutions to problems and identifying opportunities to improve processes, practices, and product offerings. During this course students examine how leaders foster a culture of innovation, how companies turn creativity into innovation, and how innovation transforms not only organizations, but economies as well. Students will practice refining their own creativity skills, use problem solving models, analyze innovation trends, examine the feasibility of creative solutions, and identify the critical success factors of successful innovative organizations. The learning process includes a mix of interactive lectures, experiential exercises, research and/or case projects, and practical workshop activities.
Notes Please note this course is only offered in full-time day school.
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