Innovations are often perceived as something intangible. The efforts to manage innovations are often reduced to allocating time and financial resources. This tutorial will cover two topics:
- Practicing performance measurement techniques (Innovation funnel) that will introduce fact-based decision making into your innovative environment.
- Practicing ways to focus innovative efforts on the themes (via strategy map) important for the company.
Join this tutorial to quantify your innovative environment and prioritize the improvement points.
Maximum number of participants: 30
Target Audience: Project Leader, Decision Makers
Prerequisites: Project Management Experience
There is a gap between what is considered an innovative environment, and the classical management approach with KPIs, OKRs, and other business tools. During this hands-on workshop, the participants will practice overcoming this gap by exploring ways to introduce performance measurement techniques into an innovative environment. The ideas will be supported by cases from the software, automotive, and manufacturing industries.