Observation of the latest progress in terms of creativity and innovation engineering. This course presents and analyses the 11 most often used innovation methods.
Understand the functional basis of the 11 most commonly used methodologies.
Make a comparative analysis of their particularities according to 7 discriminating criteria: Repeatability and Reproducibility, Scientific laws, Capitalisation, Universality, Project, Inventivity and Creativity.
Understand the difference between creation, invention, creativity, innovation and discovery.
The course provides a general overview of the strengths and weaknesses of each methodology to help you to know which one will be best suited to which circumstances.
This is an introduction to the Lean Product and Process Innovation certification training course.
Key point of training
- – 11 innovative methodologies: Design thinking, Stage Gate, Value Engineering, Axiomatic Design, Design for Six Sigma, Brainstorming, CK Six thinking hats, Open Innovation, Lean Product Development, TRIZ
- – Presentation of the seven evaluation criteria
- – Comparative analysis of methods
the various current innovation methods
the strengths and weaknesses of each method
the best method for robust innovation
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