- Business Management
- Dr Alessio Cozzolino
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Upon successful completion of this course, students will be expected to:
- an ability to design organisations capable of innovation
- to learn how to lead creative and innovative teams
- insight in the processes of creativity and innovation and the difference between management and leadership
- knowledge about techniques on how to apply these in real life contexts
- a clear understanding that by creating the right context creativity and innovation can be enhanced
- a clear understanding of the theories that describe and predict managerial behaviour in a context of innovation
- a formal conceptual framework that will help them think about innovation and creativity and how to lead them
- to identify and initiate change in existing organisations to make them more innovative
- understand the drivers of technological changes and their consequences for organizations and markets
- use and apply existing models to predict strategic outcomes and changes in the competitive positioning of firms
- identify and analyze the relationship between technological innovation and firms’ advantage, and better interpret some of today’s industry transformations, such as the rise of platforms and ecosystems, potential disruptions and business model innovation.
- explain key concepts such as: industry evolution, product and process innovation, disruptive innovations, organizational adaptation, strategic alliances.
- develop their strategic thinking through the new lens, of innovation management
- improve their skills in analysing complex situations and discuss them through case study analysis and presentation.
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|Autonomous Student Learning||
Not applicable to this module.
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