Strategic  Skills for Innovation: Measurement, Management and Development, PhD course by Prof Carlo Odoardi FORLIPSI РProf Lorenzo Capineri DINFO

The strategic management of the human heritage present in an organization falls within the framework defined as “organizational innovation” which can be defined as the connection of people to organizational objectives and goals in order to improve performance and develop a culture aimed at enhancing skills and professional skills to support innovation, flexibility and competitive advantage in continuous collective or organizational learning. An organization focused on the enhancement of people must necessarily equip itself with a series of new systems and measurement methods to verify and monitor the innovative variables necessary to determine specific professional behaviors at an individual, team and organizational or managerial level in an integrated vision. Today, the research and experimentation carried out over the last twenty years in work contexts has highlighted the strategic importance of the interaction and integration between “organizational innovation and technological innovation”. The field of intervention research has produced a series of models, methods and tools for the development of organizations in an innovative key and above all to outline new organizational models (agile organizations or smart organizations) and management (new managerial and leadership models for innovation) where the system of relational networks of a professional nature are central to facing the continuous metamorphosis.
In the final part of the seminar, case studies related to the stimulation of creativity and innovation will be exposed through the LEAF (Electronic Learning Laboratory) working group on an innovative form of teaching electronics.