Book + Toolkit
There are lots of books, courses, and videos on innovation.
They are fun and usually motivating but seldom deliver long-term results.
CYCLES is a fun book, but more importantly, it explains how to innovate at every stage. Consistent winners are idea builders that make good or even mediocre ideas great over time.
With CYCLES, you’ll learn by doing how to grow ideas up to 6x faster while cutting risks by over 50%. This book brings together 4 years of research and the work of 22 innovation experts into a simple system with easy-to-use canvases and tools.
courses and tools
There are many ways to teach. But in our opinion, there is one best way students learn to innovate. Working with thousands of students, we’ve seen students learn best in learn-by-doing programs.
Our live and video courses help students learn the essentials of innovation working on real-world challenges. These courses are supported by group work templates and cutting-edge AI feedback tools.
Hundreds of students' testimonials confirm our course promise. In this course, students do more and learn faster than they ever thought possible.
6-module student program: lectures +templates (www.tiny.cc/ispim-student)
New 7-module executive Think, Do tank (www.tiny.cc/ispim-think)
Free sample course Pitching, 51-min (www.tiny.cc/ispim-pitch)
Free sample course TRUE NORTH 7-min (http://tiny.cc/ispim-tn)
4-min video with testimonials (www.tiny.cc/ispim-course)
Learn, test the
Working with 78 innovation experts, we worked on answering 2 questions:
1. What is the essential knowledge of innovation? and,
2. How can we check whether someone has learned these essentials?
Using the ISO innovation management standard as a foundation, we built an
open-access innovation essentials study program with 78 articles and 58 videos.
We also built a test to measure knowledge of the key principles of the innovation management standard. This test can help students and professionals demonstrate their innovation passion, and expertise.
More info: www.innovation-certification.org