Oi 361 (Innovation Design & Creativity , Competitive Advantage) Complete Course

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OI 361 (INNOVATION DESIGN & CREATIVITY , COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE) COMPLETE COURSE
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OI 361 (INNOVATION DESIGN & CREATIVITY , COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE) COMPLETE COURSE
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Week 1
OI 361 Week 1 Individual Assignment Definitions Paper
Innovation, Design, and Creativity
One of the never ending goals in business is to find the next “big thing”. For a company to successfully launch the next “big thing” it must be able to engender creativity, support innovation, and engage in important design work. This is not easy because all of these things, creativity,
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How did these innovations impact their organization? What was the end result?
Week 1 DQ4
This week’s reading reviewed three techniques to enhance or encourage people to think in new ways. What are these three approaches? Give me a real life example where you have seen one of these approaches being used. What was the impact?
WEEK 2
OI 361 Week 2 Individual Assignment Case Study “Creative Thinkers” Paper
Not a single day goes by when one cannot find a television commercial, often late at night, hawking some product or another—usually offering to include extra “free” items as part of the order with a tagline of something like “But Wait! There’s more!”
Samuel Popiel made his first sales pitch at Macy’s inNew York. In 1945, he and his brotherr Raymond formed a company named Popiel Brothers, which manufactured small kitchen gadgets.
In 1956, Samuel’s son Ron was selected by The Grant Company to appear in four-minute commercials for “The Chop-o-matic,” a manually-operated food chopper that was offered as an affordable option to a blender. Ron continued to work for Woolworth during the week, and he also hawkied Popiel products atChicago’s Maxwell Street Market on the weekends. Maxwell Street Market is where he really began to develop his showmanship.
OI 361 Week 2 Individual Assignment Case Study Creative Thinkers Mark Zuckerberg may not be a household name to most people.

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