Innovation Management in STEM, Humanities, & Social Sciences. Researchers from all fields have the competences and skills to be disruptively innovative, with no need to discover or develop new technologies. In this interactive course, researchers will learn how to manage their innovations and develop new business models to disrupt the marketplace.
Innovation in STEM, Humanities, & Social Sciences
The political push for research and innovation is accompanied by a great hype on technological disruption, mostly from STEM. A missing piece of information in the current debate is that technological innovation is hardly disruptive. Disruptive innovation is brought about by solving new problems with existing capabilities. Researchers from all fields have the competences and skills to be disruptively innovative, with no need to discover or develop new technologies. In this interactive course, researchers will learn how to manage their innovations and develop new business models to disrupt the marketplace.
About the Facilitator
Dr. Marco Masia, is a scientist and entrepreneur. With a MSc in Chemistry and a PhD in Physics, he has worked as a Professor of Theoretical Chemistry for ten years at the University of Sassari. He has published many high impact papers, participated in European projects, and collaborated with diverse research teams across the world. With a Masters of Business Administration from the Frankfurt School of Business, he has founded and managed a start-up, has managed a large non-profit organization, and currently advises start-ups and SMEs. The training draws on his unique experience in research, business, entrepreneurship, and management, and is tailored specifically to researchers.
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Start time: 09:00 CET
End time: 17:00 CET
Venue: Online - Zoom
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