Elearning for Developing Personal Innovativeness—A Case Study
Keywords:Innovation Training, Mindset Training, Elearning, Adaptive Elearning, Assessing Personal Innovativeness
Abstract—Throughout the world today, the capacity to innovate is no longer an option. It’s a necessity for any organization that hopes to survive and find success. However, innovation is not just an organizational capability. A crucial piece is the personal capabilities of those who are called on to enable that innovation. That’s arguably everyone.
Mindset Trek elearning is designed to develop the mindset needed to be an effective innovator, in a wide range of settings. Settings that include universities and startup incubators and accelerators, as well as corporate, R&D, government and non-profit. By focusing on the underlying mindset that is common to all types of innovation, this approach transcends those boundaries.
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