Course in Innovation Management

Top Courses in Innovation Management

New ideas are often the source of great technological and economic advancements, but ideas alone aren’t enough to move a society forward. It takes leadership and an understanding of the existing business climate to make a real difference. A course in innovation management prepares students to capitalize on new ideas.

What is a course in innovation management? It is a class offered by business schools that is favored by managers and entrepreneurs. These courses provide an overview of the complex issues with introducing new processes and technology into an existing market or business function. Topics of study include commercialization of technology, patent law, methods of research and production. Students learn how to create business plans that estimate the cost of creating new products, marketing and operational support.

Those who have successfully finished one of these classes may become comfortable working with new ideas. They may gain advanced leadership, organizational and team building skills and are often able to coordinate and motivate groups of technology experts. Graduates also understand the challenges of financing new ventures and are prepared to justify expenditures for products that do not even exist yet.

The cost for one of these courses depends on the institution the student chooses to attend. Those interested should contact the admissions departments of their schools of choice for specific information on fees and tuition.

Graduates are usually prepared to assume leadership roles in any large organization, and technology firms often hire these students. Those with a technical or engineering background are sought after in information technology companies, and they often find work creating new electronic devices. Those who wish to remain independent may be able to find work in IT consulting and also as business analysts. Entrepreneurs may create their own companies and develop their own unique line of products.

It is important to consider as many options as possible before deciding on a program of study. Some may prefer traditional college classes, but online courses are also available. For international students and working professionals, distance learning opportunities help to overcome geographic and scheduling difficulties. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

 

Read More

Course "system Management Of Innovations"

International Institute Of Management LINK
Online & Campus Combined Part time 6 months September 2018 Russia Moscow St. Petersburg Khabarovsk Ekaterinburg Astrakhan Chelyabinsk Kazan Novosibirsk Samara Tyumen Ufa Voronezh Krasnoyarsk Volgograd Ukraine Kiev Donetsk Kharkiv + 17 more

In this course of professional retraining, prepared by the MIM LINK Business School on the basis of materials from the Open University of Great Britain, innovations are considered from the point of view of their management, which gives the students the opportunity to contribute more to the innovation process and management. [+]

In this course of professional retraining, prepared by the MIM LINK Business School on the basis of materials from the Open University of Great Britain, innovations are considered from the point of view of their management, which gives the students the opportunity to contribute more to the innovation process and management.

This course will be interesting for anyone who participates or is interested in managing innovations in a wide range of activities and contexts. It looks at innovative processes in terms of "value enhancement", which provides wider advantages than purely commercial ones, namely those related to ethics, social aspects and ecology.

First of all the course is intended:... [-]


Automatic University Expert

laSalle Barcelona Postgraduate
Campus Full time 3 months October 2018 Spain Barcelona

The Graduate Automatic aims to provide students with the knowledge and means necessary for the implementation and management of projects within the current needs of industrial automation and infrastructure sectors, provide much needed knowledge to professionals in the field of automation not usually appear in formal education and train teachers of higher vocational training they need to keep abreast of technologies and systems. [+]

Schedule

Monday through Thursday from 19 to 22h. He Degree in Automatic aims to provide students with the knowledge and means necessary for the implementation and management of projects within the current needs of industrial automation and infrastructure sectors, provide much needed knowledge to professionals in the field of automation that do not usually appear in training formal and train teachers of higher vocational training they need to keep abreast of technologies and systems.

Addressed to

Aimed at people whose professional development center, or to focus in the short term, in the automation sector, whether in industrial environments, infrastructure and residential: engineering and projects, construction, commissioning, operation and maintenance, production and / or distribution of materials, equipment and services, etc. ... [-]


SIMT's Management Education Network (MEN)

SIMT - Stuttgart Institute of Management and Technology
Campus Part time October 2018 Germany Stuttgart

SIMT's Management Education Network (MEN) offers Executive Programs to selected companies. The network focuses on companies who have decided to provide their executives with state-of-the-art executive education.

[+]

SIMT's Management Education Network (MEN) offers Executive Programs to selected companies. The network focuses on companies who have decided to provide their executives with state-of-the-art executive education. The curricula for the courses are developed by SIMT and selected companies in a professional partnership.

SIMT's Management Education Network was launched successfully in 2002. The first MEN is a network of six companies based in the Stuttgart region: Alcatel, Behr, Festo, MAHLE, TRUMPF. In 2003 the second MEN started with the following companies: Kärcher and Freudenberg. Fischerwerke, Kern-Liebers, Leitz and Schuler became part of the second MEN in 2004. In 2005 Lapp Holding AG and LGI Logistics Group International GmbH joined the second network. In 2007 the third MEN started with ebm-papst, EDAG, Marquardt, Metabowerke, M+W Zander, Ritter, and Sick. Some of the above mentioned companies are world market leader in their field of business. ... [-]