|Teaching method||Contact hours|
|Course coordinator(s)||dr. S Pascucci|
|Lecturer(s)||prof. dr. ir. B Tekinerdogan|
|dr. PTM Ingenbleek|
|dr. ir. LWA Klerkx|
|prof. dr. ir. JCM van Trijp|
|dr. S Pascucci|
Language of instruction:
Assumed knowledge on:
MST-21306 Advanced Management and Marketing.
Advanced course in management studies.
The objective of the course is to provide students with a sound theoretical basis concerning the management and organization of the innovation process, within organizations while focusing on the intertwined relationship between technological and social factors.
The course will consist of a number of lecture sessions. During which capita selecta of Innovation Technology and Strategy will be presented and discussed by university staff department and some outside experts from different disciplines and backgrounds. All sessions will be interactive and students are expected to be well prepared and to participate actively in the discussions and presentations. A critical and participative attitude is required. Next to the lectures participants are expected to work in teams of three and write a scientific paper about innovation. Chair group staff will be available for consultancy and coaching.
Upon completion of the course 'Technology, Innovations and Strategy' students should be able to
- describe and understand innovation as a management process as well as state the key issues in innovation management;
- to develop and describe a framework for innovation strategy, state different mechanism for the implementation of innovation strategy as well as outline different ways in which innovative organizations might be build;
- to apply the major concepts, models and theories regarding the development, implementation and evaluation of innovation strategies to business practice;
- to identify, analyse and assess business problems and challenges regarding innovation, technology and strategy and be able to provide a meaningful contribution to the solution of those problems.
- scientific research assignments for groups;
- lectures on technology, innovation and strategy;
- tutorial with practical assignments in the field of innovation;
- guest lecturers from various companies.
- written exam;
- assessment of assignments.
Smith, d. (2010). Exploring Innovation. 2nd ed. Mc Graw Hill. ISBN 13978-0-712123-5.
|Restricted Optional for:||MME||Management, Economics and Consumer Studies||MSc||A: Management Studies||5MO|
|MME||Management, Economics and Consumer Studies||MSc||D: Management, Innovation and Life Sciences||5MO|
|MFT||Food Technology||MSc||B: Food Innovation and Management||5MO|