The course is for innovation practitioners and senior managers with responsibility for innovation who wish to build their innovation skills and their organisation’s innovation capability. It takes both a strategic and practitioner skills-based view of innovation and it includes extensive classroom exercises.
The three-day intensive Masterclass programme will enable you to be more successful in Innovation Management by showing you how to build your skills and your organisation’s capability across the full life-cycle of Innovation Management. This course provides knowledge of:
- Successful approaches to innovation management at the strategic level.
- Leadership and other key organisational enablers that are essential if innovation is to thrive.
- How to develop deep customer insights, compelling value-propositions and radically new business models.
- How to systematically reduce innovation uncertainty by closing knowledge and capability gaps.
The Innovation Manager’s toolkit that empowers you with skills in what you need to know and do to be successful in innovation management.
These courses will be held in Maynooth University near Dublin, Ireland and in central London. The next London course will be hosted by BNY Mellon bank in their EMEA Innovation Centre in London, UK. BNYM is a global leader in innovation, working with IVI as part of the IVI consortium to build innovation capability and business value.
Innovation Management Masterclass Facilitator’s Profile
David Trevitt works for the Innovation Value Institute as a Senior Advisor and he lectures in Innovation Strategy on Maynooth University’s Design Innovation MSc programme.
David’s work is focused on helping organisations build their capability to deliver value and innovation from their information and technology investments. With over 20 years experience working in dynamic international markets, he has innovated products, services and processes as a practitioner and guided many organisations to greater success both as a senior manager and external advisor. His experience spans the full innovation life-cycle in very diverse technology dependent industries. It includes working with SMEs, global PLCs and the public sector. His international business experience covers some 30 countries.
David has been a member of the NSAI Innovation Management committee since 2010 and is the Irish national representative on both European (CEN) and International (ISO) Innovation Management Standards working groups. David has an MBA from the Open University, and is both a Chartered Engineer and Chartered Marketer.