After completing the course, you will know how to:
- define and describe different types of innovation
- understand the strategic relevance of innovation for an organisation
- demonstrate awareness of the mindset required for enacting and supporting an innovation culture in the workplace
- apply methodologies and tools to bolster creativity and build your innovation capability.
Jaclyn specialises in open innovation, design-led consultation and stakeholder engagement. She has more than 17 years’ experience within the private and not-for-profit sectors; developing and leading innovation projects in the United Kingdom, the United States and Australia for clients including Unilever, UBS, Ford Motor Company, and Nesta.
She has a particular interest in social impact and in leveraging open innovation and design-led thinking to address global problems and create positive social change. Jaclyn’s aim is to educate, inspire and empower clients to exploit their innovation capability in a way that delivers value beyond profit.
Jaclyn holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) attained at UQ and Wharton School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts: Professional Writing and Communication degree from the University of South Australia as well as various certificate courses in design, training delivery, presentation skills, and community and stakeholder engagement. She has been a project advisor and mentor for several UQ/Wharton Global Consulting Practicums and UQ Social Economic Engagement Program (SEEP) projects, and was awarded an MBA Excellence Award in 2011.
We invite leaders and managers from all organisational levels to participate in this course, which will provide ample opportunity to network with likeminded professionals from very different sectors.