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Corporate Innovation Certificate Course (CIC)

This programme will change the way you think about innovation and creativity. It will equip you with the practical tools and conceptual frameworks to drive innovation through all the stages from idea generation to creating bottom-line results.

Price: LKR 250,000 + 2% NBT

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Course Structure

During this course you will be exposed to a number of real life case studies on global business brands which will enlighten you to study and overcome the following issues:

  • The importance and the key tasks of a leader towards innovation
  • The advantage possessed by certain organisations in terms of innovation
  • The ways of entrenching bottom up innovation in leading business organisations
  • Establishing a creative culture among the work force of your organisation
  • Producing excellent innovative business professionals and team players
  • Approaching obstacles and understand the innovation challenge

At the end of this programme, you will be able to:

  • Induce and harness innovation amoung your team, department or organisation
  • Design a suitable strategy for innonavtion
  • Introduce and implement a process for innovation within your organisation
  • Identify the tools to create innovative ideas
  • Motivate creative action and bring a favorable change among people
  • Get a clear idea of the current trends and imperative theories in the industry of innovation


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E: academy.srilanka@lk.pwc.com
T: 0117719874

 


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