Have you ever thought: “This would is a great idea for a new nutrition product or service?” but didn’t get very far in pitching the idea to others? In this class you will develop skills for identifying and advocating solutions to important consumer needs through case studies, team discussions, and real-life assignments. You’ll gain experience cultivating an innovator's mindset in order to effectively understand real consumer needs, identify, improve and prioritize solutions, and take your idea pitching skills to a new level. What you learn in this course applies to those engaged in industry as well as more broadly in the health field, including public and community health. Instructor: Barbara Lyle
Nutrition and Innovation
Not open to Friedman degree students.
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