|Name of course|
Innovation Management and Processes
Faculty of Engineering and Sustainable Development
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Period for course registration: 25 October – 7 November
This course focuses on in-depth understanding of management innovation processes in theory and practice. After completion of the course, the student shall be able to
Knowledge and understanding
1. present an overview of innovation management methods, models and challenges
2. describe how innovation processes and methods can be implemented, used and managed in industrial companies and organisations
Competence and skills
3. apply methods for analysing innovation management processes in an empirical case 4. apply selected innovation methods
5. write a scientific paper that includes a theoretical analysis of innovation management processes in a real organisation
Judgement and approach
6. critically assess innovation management and the methods used for analysing and developing innovation processes
7. reflect over societal and ethical aspects on innovation.
Currently, communication with students is planned to be over the zoom.
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