Learning Space

Great entrepreneurs are life-long learners. Get ready for your challenge with the mindset of someone wanting to sharpen their skills and see from current business practices how to create innovative projects with a solid foundation.

A few questions at the end allow you to see how you grasped it all. If you got it right, your chances of success in the challenge are high!!

Objective: Create a successful entrepreneurial project based on problem solving
Skills: problem solving, innovation, creative thinking, project orientation

Great entrepreneurs are life-long learners. Get ready for your challenge with the mindset of someone wanting to sharpen their skills and see from current business practices how to create innovative projects with a solid foundation.

A few questions at the end allow you to see how you grasped it all. If you got it right, your chances of success in the challenge are high!!

Objective: Create a successful entrepreneurial project based on problem solving
Skills: problem solving, innovation, creative thinking, project orientation

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Challenge presentation

What is the difference between a cool idea and a successful idea? Problem-solving.

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Working backwards to solve problems

Chess champion and Grand Master Maurice Ashley shares how the best problem solvers get the results they want by working backwards

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The core of innovation is problem solving

When working in innovation it is very easy to jump to a solution, but if it doesn’t solve a problem it won’t be successful – find out why

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Creative thinking – how to get out of the box and generate ideas

Giovanni Corazza of the Marconi Institute of Creativity shares how we can generate creative ideas with a few simple questions

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Why ask “Why?” – And the important questions

Questions can transform and advance each one of us. Mandekh encourages us to flip ideas on their heads by asking questions to ultimately be better informed and invoke change

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Our approach to innovation is dead wrong

Reminders of a few theoretical & practical facts about body language

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Creating How Might We Statements

Give your project a clear direction with a How Might We Statement – a leading innovation tool

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The art of giving and receiving feedback

As an entrepreneur the most precisous investment you can receive is in the form of feedback.

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Find out how ready you are to take the challenge!