Inno-Survey for Retail Innovation
As retail organisations strive to evolve into retail 4.0, they will need to have a framework and structure to evaluate and identify areas of opportunities and potential gaps in their innovation capabilities. Being data-driven, the innovation initiatives that are developed thereafter then can be directed effectively and have a higher chance of success. In this in-depth course, learners will be equipped with the knowledge of the different innovation capabilities and how to select projects for pilot testing and prototyping for innovation.
This course will enable learners to:
• LO1: To help participants examine areas of opportunities for innovation and improvement Learners will have an in depth understanding of the differences between digitization, digitalization and digital transformation and how it pertains to innovation. They will also be able to break down the different capabilities involved in innovation. Using that knowledge, they can identify areas of opportunities for innovation and improvement.
• LO2:To help participants distinguish the 10 types of innovation and which can be applicable to them in their organization Learners will learn about the 10 different types of innovation, being able to reiterate what the 10 types looks like when implemented. They will then be introduced to the Innovation process as well as the process involved in creating an innovation process.
• LO3:To equip participants to be able to select innovation initiatives with relevant stakeholders Learners will be able to identify relevant stakeholders involved with the innovation process. They will be able to create innovation initiatives for these stakeholders based on data collected quantitatively and qualitatively.
• LO4:To enable participants to examine pilot-testing for innovation outcomes and result Learners will be able to create pilot-testing initiatives which will test their selected innovation initiatives. They will be introduced to AB testing, followed by methods to select projects and analyze results for further testing and implementation.
As retail organisations strive to evolve into retail 4.0, they will need to have a framework and structure to evaluate and identify areas of opportunities and potential gaps in their innovation capabilities.
Learners are expected to be:
• Above 18 years old
• Hold (or have held) positions of Managers or with Supervisory capacity role for at least 6 months over the last 3 years
• Possess at least a GCE ‘O’ Levels or equivalent
• Be able to read, write and speak in English (WLPN Level 6 and above)
• Be able to explain business operations in a company
• Hight-Potentials and people who seek to develop career progression
• Leaders/Managers who are looking to pivot their organization through innovation
• Aware of different company departments and their functions
• Be able to manage employees in accordance with prevailing government legislations
• Be able to plan, implement and manage projects at the workplace
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