Innovation is the creation of better or more effective products, processes, services, technologies, or ideas that are accepted by markets, governments, and society. Innovation differs from invention in that innovation refers to the use of a new idea or method, whereas invention refers more directly to the creation of the idea or method itself. Innovation and HRM
Innovation describes creativity, In terms of visual art, innovation belongs to a fine art and now we will try to describe innovation from the point of visual arts to define the innovation importance in an organization which expresses different types of activities and there can be no better place than a visual art institute for children who have talent of fine arts …show more content…
The research has been done on the basis of potential students who are willing to draw something and who are really interested to express something from their sense, likes etc. In our research we found that our students need to enhance their performance and skills so we decided to arrange workshops, exhibitions, cultural programmes, classes for talent development etc plus we have also decided to arrange special classes for students who want extra and special techniques to learn and to create the projects by using visual arts. From our research we have gather information like our student wants to make visual arts their profession which we will help in different forms to our students. There were students who don’t like to have curriculum and academic education but they have talents in paintings, in creativity, in arts and drawings and they seriously want to choose arts as their profession and we feel that we can be of really help to them who heartedly wants to learn and grow.
Thus organization will equally need this process of innovation to define their goals successfully and to achieve the high profits. Development - means a progression from a simpler or