Learn how to turn your creativity into innovation productivity
Creative writers benefit from a creative writing course; creative chemists benefit from the Innovation Solution Protocol: a framework that (1) keeps you going when you hit the innovator's block, (2) holds you back when you go off the "deep end" into "never-never land", (3) realigns your focus on the most productive innovative pathway. This is done via the Innovation Solution Map where an innovation challenge projects into a derived challenge such that when the derived challenge is solved, the original challenge becomes more negotiable. Applying this process iteratively, charts the map, which can be traversed by its creator, and any team associated with the effort.
Key to the Innovation Acceleration Methodologies is the concept of establishing the credibility of cost-to-complete and time-to-finish of the innovation project. The rise in this credibility assessment represents innovation progress. This progress metric is essential to developing optimal innovation management strategy. No metrics – no optimization. Learn to measure your innovation progress, and manage the same.
Your creativity is the locomotive; this webcast lays the railway!
Research and Development chemists, Problem Solving Chemists, seeking to channel their creativity into higher innovation productivity.
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Prof. Gideon Samid, PhD, PE, is a chemical engineer. Graduated from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. Worked at NASA, Exxon, and managed an innovation consulting enterprise based on the tried and proven Innovation Solution Protocol. Self Applying his tools, Gideon now has 19 patents to his name covering nanotechnology, chemical cryptography, and cyber products. Gideon is a prolific author, and an effective teacher.