ISO 56002 Innovation Management Unit 2: Where to Start
This unit will investigate the contexts in which innovation is undertaken, the processes commonly used in innovation, common pitfalls, and the benefits of efficient innovation systems.
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Eicorn is a global consultancy based in Sweden and the UK. Eicorn is on a mission to redefine innovation thinking and practice. It is pioneering evidence-based innovation practices to build world-class innovation capabilities for big corporations. Eicorn helps companies by creating and realising unique and defendable future revenue-streams. The vehicles to future revenues that Eicorn helps establish are called innovation programs. Such innovation programs can be:
The course writers are:
David JW Bailey - is a chartered accountant and innovation consultant with over 20 years’ experience in SME technology enabled businesses at the cutting edge of digital media and software development. David has been “fast building” innovation centric SME business for the last 10 years with founding teams. He brings a deep focus on the interaction of innovation processes with financial resources and outcomes.
Jenny Hammarberg - is the CEO at Eicorn with more than a decade of experience as a Management Consultant. She has great experience from establishing and developing innovation management programs, strategy, business development and change management. Jenny’s primarily expertise lies within the areas of leading corporate transformation, and especially the type driven by innovation.
Daniel Borg - is Head of Scientific Process at Eicorn with several years of experience in management consulting and from building and leading complex innovation programs. He is responsible for the development of Eicorn's evidence-based framework for world class innovation, a framework that has been proven to make innovation work in the corporate context. Daniels primary expertise is how to build ambidextrous organisations and complex decision-making.
• Understand the difference between innovation management and innovation management systems.
• Understand the importance of a shared language for innovation.
• Understand key concepts: innovation, innovation categories, innovation types and approaches to innovation.
• Understand how to start a process of implementing ISO 56002.
• Understand the context of your organisation.
• Carry out initial planning for innovation objectives.
• Analyse opportunities and risks.
The course will be of benefit to anyone in any organisation at any scale, whether public or private, that wishes to establish, implement, maintain, and continually improve an innovation management system for any service, product, method, technology or design.