Courses NonDegree Display 2020-2021
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|Course title||Strategic Entrepreneurship and Innovation|
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|Language of instruction||English|
In this course students get acquainted with entrepreneurial and innovation processes. First students will develop a deeper insight and understanding of different theories that underlie these processes. Second students will merge these new insights with the broad array of contemporary developments . Third students will be encouraged to apply their new knowledge and insights in various projects Fourth students will enhance their creative skill set.
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In this course we look at entrepreneurial and innovation processes from a micro and macro perspective. The micro perspective looks at how people become more innovative and emphasizes on creativity as a major source for innovation. Departing from this micro perspective we look how individual behavior aggregates to the macro level and study innovation from an organizational and economic system perspective. The course is characterized by a wide set of different meeting formats. Next to the classical tutorial meetings, guest lectures inform the student on current innovation challenges in business practice, in workshops students and the consulting project meetings students will enhance their skill sets.
A collection of academic articles and "Myths of Creativity" by David Burkus.
Courses and workload are very demanding for all IB Master courses. Some prior knowledge on strategic and innovation management could be useful in order to have a better understanding of this course. Exchange students need to have obtained a bachelor degree with a major in Business or in Economics. An advanced level of English.
|Teaching methods (indicative; course manual is definitive)||PBL / Presentation / Lecture / Assignment / Papers|
|Assessment methods (indicative; course manual is definitive)||Final Paper / Participation / Oral Exam / Assignment / Presentation|
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