Presented by London & Partners in collaboration with the Royal College of Art, the Open Innovation Masterclass will introduce you to the principles of open innovation, and equip you with the critical tools required to take a more outward and open approach to generating ideas, transformation and growth.
We don’t just have to innovate to survive, we have to innovate how we innovate... but you can’t do it on your own. There is more knowledge and expertise out there than any company can own or even control. Innovation has to be collaborative. That is why open innovation is not just important, it’s a necessity.Dr Nick de Leon
Executive Education & Knowledge Exchange Lead, Royal College of Art
Through leveraging this Masterclass, mid-level professionals can accelerate their innovation ambitions by understanding the core principles that underpin open innovation and its role in business transformation.
The Masterclass offers:
- An introduction to the principles of open innovation, its opportunities and challenges.
- A clear assessment of the success factors for open innovation, informed by the latest global thinking on innovation.
- A refreshed strategic approach to your role, developed with input from global innovation experts and peers.
- The tools to track innovation activity and progress across your workplace.
- An understanding of how inclusion and diversity apply to open innovation and how you can bring new diverse ideas into your organisation.
How will you learn?
- The programme is delivered by London & Partners in collaboration with leading academics from the RCA.
- Learning will take place live and online in two sessions of three-and-a-half hours over two days.
- The sessions will include a combination of keynote lectures and a series of practical exercises.
Discover moreFind out more and secure your place on the Royal College of Art’s website below.
- Live online.
- Two sessions of three-and-a-half hours.
- Delivered across two mornings from 9.30am to 1pm (GMT) on 21-22 February 2022.
- Early bird: £750 until 9 January 2022.
- Full fee: £800 from 10 January 2022.