This subject explores how leaders in the health sector can lead to strategic technological innovation and drive continuous improvement within their organisations. Current healthcare technology, industry trends and innovations that are revolutionising the field include using technology to maximise data, improve communications, store and access medical records, deliver services through teleconsultation and the increasing use of mobile apps. Participants will move from theory to practice by generating innovative and technology adaption ideas through an ideation process aimed at solving workplace-related problems and opportunities. Participants will be challenged with implementing and leading innovation within their own workplace environment and reflecting on the success of the process. There is a strong focus on the role of leaders in effectively generating change and organisational outcomes. Participants will also be challenged on the directions for their personal leadership contribution and the challenges they face within their organisations.
|Faculty||Bond Business School|
1. Identify the technology impact within the health sector with regard to both historical and future contexts.
2. Explain the opportunity identification process as it relates to technology drivers in the health services workplace.
3. Define and illustrate the sources of innovative ideas.
4. Review the role of creativity and the major components of the creative process.
5. Participate in the team ideation process in the completion of a project.
Must be admitted into an MBA Affiliated Program.
Future offerings not yet planned.