Building an Innovative Organisation


Growth through innovation is recognised as a strategic imperative. More than ninety five percent of all CEOs recognize the importance of Innovation and yet most are unhappy with their company’s ability to innovate and create business impact.  Innovation management is no longer just for product development and R&D but is now recognised as crucial for development of new processes, services, brands, channels, and business models. Mastering innovation management increases a manager’s ability to work and make decisions around risk, uncertainty and ambiguity.


Building an Innovative Organisation will cover the definition of business innovation, the barriers and enablers for making innovation real in companies, and the core principles for innovation management (platforms, portfolios, partners, pipelines, concepts and culture). Case examples such as those from companies like Apple, McDonald’s, Cemex and Samsung will be used to highlight elements of innovation management and the challenges of making it real. With our learn-by-doing principle, attendees will go through an intensive two day hands-on learning workshop spaced with individual and team exercises. At the end of the workshop, individuals are now more equipped with the necessary skills and confidence to manage innovation across their organisation.



  • Provides an opportunity to practice and use the tools and systems to effectively manage innovation processes inside your organisation through discussions of case studies

  • This workshop will prepare you for GIMI Level 3 certification

Innovative Organisation Brochure


Building an Innovative Organisation covers the three core competencies of innovation management:

  1. Innovation Strategy (What, Why, When and Where): Develop strategic innovation imperatives and targets, balanced and robust innovation portfolios, and a high-value innovation pipeline;

  2. Innovation Capacity (Process, People and Resources): Build an innovation process from concept to customer, innovation teams and networks across the value chain, and innovation assets and resources; and

  3. Innovation Discipline (Leadership, Culture and Metrics): Create a supportive and effective innovation organisation through behavior and culture, metrics and monitoring, and rewards and recognition



 2 days


$1300 + GST


  • Training manual

  • Morning and afternoon tea and lunch