Innovation management - kurs
Studium med fysiske og digitale samlinger
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The participants will bring a innovation project from their work-life. The participants will work to evaluate the feasibility of the innovation project and learn to communicate their idea and receive feedback on it. The course will use workshops, casework, class discussions and presentations by both NTNU staff and external presenters to give participants insight into different aspects of the innovation journey. The purpose of the subject is to strengthen the participants' competence in: Innovation work and innovation processes, increased networking and understanding and adopting new tools such as TRL and BRL.
The final delivery of the course will be a presentation and one optional delivery (choose from report, podcast, prototype or business case) report developed by the participants.
NTNU offers candidates who complete the course 7,5 ECT after completion of seminars and the exam. Innovation management consists of 4 physical seminar days, 17th and 18th of October and 7th and 8th of November that are mandatory to attend. The participants will be able to follow the entire course together with their daily work. The course facilitates the exchange of knowledge and expertise between the participants and is adapted to employees in the institute sector and from businesses who work with applied research projects financed by public policy apparatus.
The admission requirement is a completed bachelors degree of 180 credits, or equivalent education from a university/ university college of at least 180 credits.
You must document education within the application deadline to have your application processed.
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