Do you need change, innovation, and problem-solving skills to facilitate your project? You can get them via Easy 3 Steps


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About this course & What you will learn

  • Why do you learn innovation?

    • To go ahead with business in your company? 

    • To be an entrepreneur?

  • Are you an Innovator?

    • If not, what do you do?

  • Do you know the innovation strategy? easy way to apply it?

In this course, you will learn Innovation Strategy, Tips, and the creation of innovative ideas proactively with Easy 3 Steps.

  • Section 1: Assess your innovation score & 2 Innovation quick win

    1. If you get a low innovation score. It’s Ok. No problem! Why?

    2. Do you catch up with new technologies?

  • Section 2: Digital Transformation (DX) and Innovation Strategy, Where to Play & How to win?

    1. What is the relationship between DX and Innovation?

    2. Individual idea creation, Learn from Innovator’s DNA by Clayton Christensen

    3. Team idea creation as a leader, What is the AER framework?

    4. Organization innovative culture creation, Is your company Purpose driven company?

  • Section3: Innovation Tips, +10%, +15~25%, +40~70%, +80%, +1000%,+1% Rules

  • Section4: Creation of innovative ideas proactively with easy 3 steps including a case study

    1. Assessment & Davinci List

    2. Framework application

    3. Innovation Checklist to enhance innovation

At a glance

  • The evidence-based course was made from 52 quotations, 21 articles, 18 books, and 13 pieces of internet information with practices.

  • Institution: Roy Ashizawa, Specialist in Business Strategy and Learning & Development with 20+ certifications

Who this course is for:

  • Main Target: Middle to Young career employees who concern about the way of innovation in tasks & projects
  • Main Target: People who are thinking to start side hustle, be an entrepreneur
  • Optional: Experienced employees and Entrepreneurs who would like to know confirm your understanding and connect the dots in the brain regarding innovation.
  • Optional: Educators