cart Cart
Your cart
Your cart is empty

Browse courses to find something that interests you.

Register search
Enter to search / ESC to close
loading
SHORT COURSE

Innovation frameworks (online)

Get ahead of the curve and innovate for success with Silicon Valley’s four most prominent Innovation Frameworks. Strengthen your innovation toolkit and learn the when, how and why of implementing each framework – and how to gauge their success with a metric-driven focus.

About this course

Innovation has become an increasingly popular term, but what does it really mean for you, your career and your business?

Innovation Frameworks are proven, practical approaches to help you find creative solutions to complex and emerging challenges, effectively identify and evaluate opportunities, and make smarter, more informed business decisions.

Over four weeks, this dynamic and engaging course deep dives into four proven Innovation Frameworks, giving you the most up-to-date skills and confidence in mastering globally-recognised innovation approaches, from Lean Canvas to Design Thinking.

Designed to be completed online, the course features two interactive classroom sessions each week for ninety minutes, facilitated by UTS lecturer Julia French.

Participants are also offered weekly check-ins with leading global industry experts, where you can get real-time, direct feedback – creating a continuous, conscientious feedback loop to help hone your skills and make the most of your learning experience.

You will also have access to our Transdisciplinary Innovation Hub featuring exclusive talks and presentations with a host of global guest speakers to help you learn how to master innovative practices and gain behind-the-scenes insights on how it is really done. 

Walk away with global game-changing skills that can help you boost your business and ace your next career move!

Course structure

Delivered online, the Innovation frameworks course consists of 2 x 90 minute live, interactive teaching sessions every week for four weeks, facilitated by UTS Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation’s Julia French.

Each session will be also be recorded so participants can review at any time during the course.

Week 1

  • What is an innovation framework?
  • Applying innovation frameworks:
    • Lean
    • Agile
    • Prime Mover
    • Open Innovation

Week 2

  • Success: What does it look like?
  • Innovation: The why of it all.

Week 3

  • Innovation: How is it done?
  • ‘Choose your own adventure’: Case studies in innovation frameworks

Week 4

  • Implementation: How to apply innovation frameworks
    Review session.

In addition, participants will also engage with:

  • Online pre-recorded talks with leading industry guest speakers about their personal and professional journeys;
  • A comprehensive resource list – housed online with reading suggestions;
  • A personal online learning journal with real-time feedback;
  • A series of self-assessments.

 

Learning outcomes

  • A robust knowledge of all current innovation frameworks, from Lean Canvas to Design Thinking;
  • Confidence in understanding which is the most appropriate framework to use, and when to implement; 
  • Tips and tricks on the best practice approaches in implementing these processes; 
  • Techniques to evaluate when approaches are not working, and why and how to fix it;
  • Metrics-based approaches to assess when you have reached a successful outcome;
  • Skills to facilitate the right conversations with a broad range of stakeholders across your business;
  • Expertise to be an invaluable asset to any team by having these dynamic, practical skills in your toolkit.


Online delivery requirements

This course will be facilitated online using Zoom video conferencing. You will need:

  • Access to a computer or device with a reliable internet connection
  • Speakers or headphones for audio 
  • Microphone and video camera functionality (optional but recommended)
  • Please be on time, your zoom session will commence at 12.00pm

 

Fees and Discounts

Full price: $2,400 (GST free)

Early bird: $1,680 

Please note that discounts cannot be combined. A limit of one discount applies per person per course session.

 

Who is this course for?

Whatever field you’re in – whether you’re the founder of an SMB, an intrapreneur working in a corporate or public sector role, or experienced in accelerators and startups – understanding the latest thinking and approaches on how innovation works is a highly valued skillset that crosses all industries.

Having said that, we recommend that this course is best suited to someone with a minimum of 3-5 years’ work experience.

"Julia has worked with some of these most forward-thinking companies in the US and Australia giving her knowledge and experience in innovation and emerging technology that surpasses anyone in Australia.  

A naturally gifted teacher she will challenge and empower you so that you get the most from this course.  Learn from someone who in their career has implemented these frameworks and can speak to their real-world applications."

Monica Wulff, Manager at WeWork Labs
$1,680.00

START DATE

19 August

MODE

Online

DURATION

12 hrs

Meet the Expert

Julia French

Julia French
Lecturer, UTS Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation

Julia French has an infectious desire to foster change by helping tomorrow’s entrepreneurs and innovators navigate and succeed in the fast-paced and dynamic world of startups.

Having worked with some of the world’s top tech companies, including WhatsApp, Dropbox, Atlassian and AirTreeVentures, in a career spanning nearly two decades in the epicentre of US tech innovation, Silicon Valley, Julia brings insights on successful innovation from some of the world’s largest global tech companies to UTS.

Based at UTS’s Faculty of Transdisciplinary Innovation, where she teaches into the Diploma in Innovation, Julia is also an angel investor and is active in the local startup community, helping to kick off AirTree Ventures' community in Australia, bringing the  first TechCrunch event to Sydney. as well as starting ‘Founder for Founders’, a community for Founders in Australia.

More Less

Book a session

Wed 19 Aug 2020 -
Fri 11 Sep 2020
Expert: Julia French
  • This course will run on a Wed and Fri 12.00pm – 1.30pm, and will be facilitated online by using zoom video.
  • Online
  • 8 sessions, 12 hours total
We use cookies

We use cookies to help personalise content, tailor and measure ads, plus provide a safer experience. By navigating the site, you agree to the use of cookies to collect information. Read our Cookie Policy to learn more.

loading