Innovation & Emerging Technologies
In a global, connected world, competition and opportunities arise quickly. Organizations with the capability to rapidly innovate will succeed. Innovative organizations not only navigate constant change, but are able to achieve new levels of success during challenging times. Organizations who cannot keep up with rapid innovation will become irrelevant. The Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development (CPED) can help you create a culture of innovation that harnesses emerging technologies to ensure your organization stays relevant in the changing economy.
New Product Development
Companies must innovate or perish. To foster a culture of innovation, your talent needs to know how to design breakthrough products, services, and software in order to create and foster entirely new business models. Without these cutting-edge tools, platforms, and approaches, your competitors will gain the upper hand.
Ingrained thinking and assumptions are holding your organization back. It is everyone’s responsibility to break through this ingrained thinking and prevent the organization from becoming irrelevant. Design thinking provides a proven methodology for fueling innovation and a step-by-step process for bringing new ideas to life.
Big Data allows you to analyze, extract, and apply information that will drastically improve your business and your customers’ lives.
Machine learning enables predictive analytics, which can fundamentally change existing business models and enable new capabilities.
Understanding and selecting the appropriate technologies to drive innovation is imperative in today’s changing business climate.
Marketing in the Digital Age
Today’s marketers must be able to effectively bridge the online and offline ecosystems to engage customers and maximize ROI.
Join us at the Fluno Center
In addition to our Custom Development Solutions, we offer more than 70 sessions of professional development programs at the Fluno Center in Madison, Wisconsin. These interactive, hands-on courses give your employees the opportunity to practice and develop their skills alongside a community of peers. Relevant courses include:
Instructors with Real-World Experience
Instructors for the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development blend world-class research with practical, real-world experience. Our instructors are hand-selected and continuously evaluated to ensure your modern learners leave the experience with practical skills they can implement immediately.