Innovation is a contact sport.
This course asks learners to view innovation through the lens of collaboration – as a phenomenon that occurs horizontally across boundaries. Learners will gain insights and skills to design and guide the conversations, platforms, and ecosystems that lead to shared-value innovation. The course brings together theories and insights from a variety of disciplines including management, psychology, and social science. Understanding how to design and guide collaborative innovation processes is a vital skillset and knowledgebase in the 21st Century economy, defined more by open networks than the rigid hierarchies of the past.
- Recognize the elements needed for collaborative innovation
- Gain an understanding of scholarly underpinnings of collaborative innovation
- Apply an agile approach to achieving innovation outcomes.
Morrison, E., Hutcheson, S., Nilsen, E., Fadden, J., & Franklin, N. (2019). Strategic Doing: Ten Skills for Agile Leadership. John Wiley & Sons.
Dr. Scott Hutcheson | Department of Technology Leadership & Innovation | Office: YONG 351| Phone: (765) 479-7704 (mobile) | email@example.com | Office hours are by appointment or virtually (phone and email) on Monday evenings 7-9pm