The term innovation is generally used to refer to the development and implementation of new ideas, new tools, new products and new processes. For this reason, it is assimilated to the sectors of creativity and originality. Creativity can be defined as ideas as the tendency to generate or recognize alternatives or possibilities that are useful for solving problems, communication and entertainment. Originality is considered the quality of renewing oneself and being different in a positive and attractive way.
As for the specific theme of organizational innovation, it is closely linked to that of training and development. In fact, in organizations innovation is implemented by training (or at least a certain type of training) and leads to the development of both human resources and the organization as a whole.
APRESO deals with innovation issues, both from the research point of view (as evidenced by the publications published on this topic), and from the consultancy point of view, if individuals, groups and organizations find themselves in need and are interested to be supported by a path (training, counseling, coaching, etc.) that leads them towards the generation of new ideas, new tools, new products and new processes.
Sartori, R., Costantini, A., Ceschi, A., & Tommasi, F. (2018). How do you manage change in organizations? Training, development, innovation, and their relationships. Frontiers in psychology, 9, 313.