Essential Business Tactics Demonstrated by Innovativity's Innovation Training to Maximise Innovation Value, Create Sustainability Among Australian Manufacturing Firms
October 04, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsRecognised as the First in Innovation Training for Advanced Manufacturing - Innovativity's Proven Training Program Impresses Australian Manufacturing Representatives with Industry Leading Knowledge and Advanced Techniques.
Manufacturer Representatives Turning to Innovativity for Guidance
It's all too well known that companies that neglect progression and miss the mark when it comes to innovating new ideas and technology, fail to make it in today's manufacturing market. AMCRC's Innovativity program intends to address this issue by giving manufacturer representatives a huge dose of what it takes to be successful and productive in the advanced manufacturing industry on a global scale.
The Innovativity program, collaborated by the AMCRC's top industry experts, focuses on assisting Manufacturing companies with the development, protection, and commercialisation of IP (Intellectual Property). This news comes at a time when it's all or nothing for some Australian manufacturers, as global competition increases by leaps and bounds year after year.
The Innovation Management Training Program, the next that is scheduled for October 2011, offers a wealth of innovation practices and technical know-how such as:
AMCRC's Innovativity Offering a Rare Opportunity
Not only has AMCRC introduced a first with its Innovativity program in Australia, it is also recognised as a first in innovation training worldwide. This has Australian manufacturers excited about upcoming Innovation Management Training programs; judging by the success and feedback of Innovativitiy's first training program offered in June, the program scheduled for October expects to be popular as well.
Dr Steven Trpkovski, Program Leader of Innovativity, explained the overall goal of the program: "We aim to measurably increase the number of companies that are successful in taking their ideas to global manufacturing markets through more deliberate innovation," he exclaimed. "We aim to help our clients achieve the level of success of a Cochlear or a Resmed." he concluded.
AMCRC has future Innovation Management Training programs set for November and February, located in Brisbane and Sydney. Seats are limited to 25 per program and are expected to fill up quickly. To learn more about Innovativity and register for upcoming programs, visit Innovation Management Training.
About Innovativity - Innovativity, conceived by the Advanced Manufacturing Co-Operative Research Centre (AMCRC), provides training as it relates to innovation management while focusing on key solutions to promote and sustain innovation. Innovativity also equips employees with proven skills, tools, and resources required to develop, protect, and commercialise new technology.
For more information about the Innovation Management Training Program, contact Dr Steven Trpkovski at 03 9214 4780 or visit innovativity.com.au.