In this quickly evolving competitive world, it is now clear that those who innovate and use creativity in their roles stand out to succeed while those who don’t use all the resources at their disposal may be overrun by others. This creativity is not something people are born with; it is a skill. Like any other skill it can be mastered and channeled following systematic step-by-step techniques. This course contains a variety of techniques to accommodate all tastes and addresses many angles. If used correctly (and passionately), even a single technique is enough to achieve creativity.
Creativity leads to innovation and is rightly the essence of entrepreneurship. In this course, students will also learn the basics of entrepreneurship as a career and risk taking for the greater good. Through a case study approach, this course cultivates intentional and systematic competencies in students in order to develop leaders capable and confident of solving problems in academia, life or business settings.
Glimpse Of Content
- Basics Of Creativity, Innovation And Entrepreneurship
- Creative Problem Thinking And Problem Solving Techniques
- Methods And Tools For Generating Ideas
- Breakthrough Patterns And Assumptions
- Disruptive Technologies & Intellectual Property
- 21st Century Skills & CV Building
- Business & Principles Of Economics
- Entrepreneurial Ecosystem
- Social Innovation
- Agencies, Policies, Laws & Case Studies
- Establish that creativity is what one learns through tools and practice and not what one is born with.
- Knowledge of how to use a range of creative thinking methods, tools and techniques to generate ideas to improve their area of work and solve real-world problems.
- Introduce risk taking, paradigm shift, and paradigm paralysis.
- Establish that failing is a part of the learning process and, hence, give them a positive psychological orientation.
- Learn and practice effectively, the art of convincing.
- Train the candidates in interpersonal and leadership skills to be highly effective leaders; demonstrating self-awareness, emotional intelligence, curiosity, visionary and strategic thinking, teamwork, reflection and knowledge transfer skills
- Make them assess the interdependent, fast-changing, and diverse world of entrepreneurship, as well as global economic interdependence through inspiring case studies that had made a difference in the world.
- Impart an elementary understanding of entrepreneurship, its current trends and projecting it as a life-altering career option.
- Develop effective creative projects that provide an innovative solution to real‐world problems based on inquiry such as class discussions, critical analysis, integrative collaborations, observing, and using technologies.
- Sell themselves and their ideas through presentational skills and confidence.
- Demonstrate ethical reasoning skills, understand social, civic, and professional responsibilities and aspire to add value to society.
- Enhanced critical and creative thinking skills – They can think and implement more progressively, contextually and innovatively towards fulfillment of a goal.
- Help increase their awareness, skills and disciplines necessary to increase confidence and agency; foster self-efficacy and self-advocacy; improve communication and problem-solving skills, manage strong impulses and feelings; and identify personal purpose.
- Research / Consulting
- Across Industries