Creativity and Innovation

Creativity and innovation are inextricably linked. Innovation enables us to operationalize and commercialize novel or “creative” ideas, transforming them into new products, processes, and business models that generate value and lead to organizational or industry transformation.

The one-day workshop provides the participants with specific techniques to boost their creative abilities and introduces Design Thinking as a leading strategy for innovation in an organizational setting. Through a series of case studies and exercises, you will learn how to harness your creative energies to formulate innovative solutions to specific business challenges, both large and small.

  • Topics
  • Audience
  • Instructor
  • Techniques to increase capacity for creative thinking

  • Relationship between creativity and innovation

  • Types and dimensions of innovation

  • Principles and application of Design Thinking

  • Analysts seeking to improve their choice of decision options
  • Managers seeking to optimize their team’s performance
  • Teams looking to break the barriers of stale thinking and achieve optimal results

Raphael Renaux is a global management expert with 20 years of business leadership experience in Canada, Europe, the Middle East, India and East Asia. Throughout his career, Raphael has designed and implemented managerial strategies for multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary teams and served as a facilitator, lecturer and coach on corporate and academic forums. His research interests focus on successful team building and healthy team dynamics.

‘’Overall a very good workshop. I think this would be extremely useful for management & decision makers as I will try to implement these new tools.”

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