Innovation and The New Normal: How to Make Way in a Changed World

Innovation is a word we hear so often these days. To many of us it conveys a kind of a magic bullet. A way out of all kinds of dead-ends - corporate, technological or social. It is true that at its very core Innovation means “doing things differently” and there are case studies galore about innovation success that we see disrupting markets and impacting millions of lives.  
People ask, “is there a science to Innovation success?”  “Is there a formula that churns our innovative products and services? If it were, wouldn’t it be just great?” The truth is, Innovation happens around us all the time. It is often subliminal. In fact, the best innovations are the ones we don’t see coming, and yet they change our lives.  Innovation is part genius, part tool. To learn to innovate is to learn to spot signs from a new whole new perspective. 
This course unpacks Innovation as a practical concept that you can put to use. Not only to think your way around problems, but to enter a whole new way of thinking.
Course Content:
1: Innovation Basics
2: Types of Innovation
3: Social Innovation
4: Barriers to Innovation
5: Innovation Scaling & Strategy
6: Innovation in Practice
Learning Design:
This course is designed as a modular, yet integrated learning experience, with real-time online sessions punctuated by self-study learning materials, videos, and exercises. Participants will be able to work together in groups, as well as present to international expert panels in live sessions. Certificates and AIT transcripts will be awarded to participants fulfilling qualification requirements. A good internet connection and a PC or tablet will be required. 
Tues Nov 24 - opening session
Thurs Nov 26 - 1st midway session 
Tues Dec 1 - 2nd midway session
Thurs Dec 3 - concluding session 
Fees: THB 9,000 / USD 300 
Ask about competitive scholarships. 
Duration: 6 hour-long live sessions and self study over 2 Weeks
Interest in Innovation as an applied concept for professional development, and applying it to continuous improvement of projects in business, government, social services, international development, and academia. 
Who should attend: 
Design team members, supervisors
project managers, functional and technical experts, consultants, senior executives, business leaders and sponsors from manufacturing, service and transactional business environments, and students of Business, Operations Management, Computer Science or Industrial Engineering.
For Payment:
Payment by Credit card: please download the credit card payment form and kindly fill up the information that requires then send it back to Ms. Parichad Nuntavong, the Program Coordinator at

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Pls. transfer your registration fee in full to:

Account Name: Asian Institute of Technology
Account Number: Current A/C no. 468-046301-2
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Pathumthani 12120, THAILAND

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Pathumthani 12120, Thailand

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Term & Conditions: The Organizer reserves the right to change and/or cancel the training program due to unforeseen circumstances or low enrollment.

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