1. What are the four basic phases of the innovative process? What is the importance of the design phase to the overall process? What possible application of these four phases would you suggest for your organization? Why?
I am a assistant director of admissions for a large online university recruiting mostly adult students. Which application would help me to be a better recruiter?
2. What are some of the idea generating tools and techniques for innovation, design, and creativity? How do you create an innovative environment? How have you used one of the idea generating tools and techniques in your own decision making? Explain.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 12:29 am ad1c9bdddf
What are the four basic phases of the innovative process?
The Staging Phase is the first phase. This is where the team process is implemented and the goals and objectives are established. The Aligning Phase is the second phase and this phase is where the innovative team members meet with the company's management team to outline the scope of the project and align perspectives. The Exploring Phase is third and this is where customer value and business model opportunities are explored and realigned to meet the any changes in strategy. The last phase is the Creating or Design Phase. The staging, aligning and exploring have taken place and now the creating phase is implemented.
What is the importance of the design phase to the overall process?
The design phase is of the ...
The solution discusses the four basic phases of the innovative process as well as singling out the application of these that would best help a university recruiter and tips on creating an innovative environment. 458 words with 2 references.
Four Basic Phases of innovative process
Prepare a PowerPoint presentation to discuss how you would identify four basic phases of the innovative process and how you will apply the innovative process to change your selected organization. ( comfort suite hotel providing banquet hall to there service) Identify the appropriate tools and techniques to be used in this process and explain why they were selected. Be sure to discuss how you will measure your results and what steps your selected organization will take to ensure continuous improvement.
Prepare PowerPoint® Presentation accompanied by 8 slides. Include how each slide would be addressed in the Author's Notes section of PowerPoint.
2) Stage 1. Ideation - Basic research and conception.
3) Stage 2. Project Selection - The decision to invest.