Location

CBC 254

Start Date

17-5-2018 4:45 PM

End Date

17-5-2018 5:45 PM

Presentation Type / Tipo de propuesta

Interactive Workshop / Talleres interactivos

Description / Descripción

This workshop is on methods for enabling innovation learning. It focuses on the underlying technical, cognitive and emotional challenges; associated capabilities; mediation techniques; and teaching styles for enabling innovation learning in novice teams. It is based on the experimental and theoretical research leading to the creation of (defi)2, the method for enabling innovation learning that received the 2015 Wharton QS Reimagine Education Award for best innovation in teaching delivery. (defi)2 results from a decade-long research efforts for building innovation capabilities, and has been refined through theoretical, exploratory and experimental iterations since 2006 at Universidad Adolfo Ibanez (Chile), Deusto Business School (Spain), MIT (US), corporate settings across fifteen countries including the US, Spain, Colombia, Chile, Brasil, the Netherlands and Belgium. It will expose and allow participants to experiment methods and techniques that have proven successful in enabling teams to learning how to innovate in consistent and predictable manners.

Audience / Audiencia

All Audiences

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May 17th, 4:45 PM May 17th, 5:45 PM

Methods for Enabling Innovation Learning

CBC 254

This workshop is on methods for enabling innovation learning. It focuses on the underlying technical, cognitive and emotional challenges; associated capabilities; mediation techniques; and teaching styles for enabling innovation learning in novice teams. It is based on the experimental and theoretical research leading to the creation of (defi)2, the method for enabling innovation learning that received the 2015 Wharton QS Reimagine Education Award for best innovation in teaching delivery. (defi)2 results from a decade-long research efforts for building innovation capabilities, and has been refined through theoretical, exploratory and experimental iterations since 2006 at Universidad Adolfo Ibanez (Chile), Deusto Business School (Spain), MIT (US), corporate settings across fifteen countries including the US, Spain, Colombia, Chile, Brasil, the Netherlands and Belgium. It will expose and allow participants to experiment methods and techniques that have proven successful in enabling teams to learning how to innovate in consistent and predictable manners.