WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT OUR COURSE
While the 20th century was the age of incremental innovation, in the 21st century we step into the era of exponential innovations. We could also say that we can witness parallel Gutenberg moments, as dozens of technologies are evolving at an accelerating pace: 3D printing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, autonomous vehicles, drones, robotics, blockchain, quantum computing, genetics, energy production and storage, biotechnology.
If we use the 20th century approach, we are doomed to failure. We need the skills to set our research, development and innovation activities in the right direction. Fortunately, development is also fast in this area and the methods we can use to acquire the required skills are now available.
Our training is supported by JuridEco Zrt.
THE AIM OF THE COURSE
The aim of the course is to prepare the innovation leaders to develop their own research, development and innovation activities in accordance with the exponential development of technology, thereby ensuring the organization’s future and business sustainability.
In addition to the practical knowledge transfer, the course also aims to stimulate cooperation between the actors in the region, so we place great emphasis on introducing the concept of open innovation and the use in practice. This is also indispensable for the region to be able to define itself in the long term and to formulate a mutually agreed and supported vision.
FIRST TEACHING DAY OF OUR TRAINING: 20 September 2019 (Friday)
WHY CHOOSE ITD’S COURSE?
The Institute of Transdisciplinary Discoveries is an agile and resilient organization at the frontier of science, technology, business and civil society. The aim of our existence is to make the economical and social impact of the technological achievements created by science the greatest. Our colleagues and partners are the best representatives of their field of expertise, who are also exploring, developing, innovating, building companies or training future talents at the frontier.
I APPLY FOR THE COURSE
INSTITUTE OF TRANSDISCIPLINARY DISCOVERIES, UNIVERSITY OF PÉCS, MEDICAL SCHOOL
7624 PÉCS, IFJÚSÁG STREET 11, HUNGARY
DATES OF TRAINING:
Duration of training: from 20th of september – until 12th of december
FRIDAY (every second Friday)
- 9.00. – 10.30. – training
- 10.45. – 12.15. – training
- 12.15. – 13.15. – lunch
- 13.15. – 14.45. – training
- 15.00. – 16.30. – training
SATURDAY (every second Saturday)
- 9.00. – 10.30. – training
- 10.45. – 12.15. – training
- 12.15.-13.15. – lunch
- 13.15. – 15.15. – training
WEBINAR (on Thursday on intermediate weeks)
- 17.00. – 18.30.
VALUE PROPOSITION AND METHODOLOGY
Our goal is to develop a customer-oriented, ENGLISH language, accredited course (training accreditation registration number: E-000916/2014/D009) with dynamic content which is constantly evolving and developed by the Institute in partnership with the market. Accordingly, we primarily focus on developing new skills and attitude and concentrating on project-based learning, combining a professional and personal leadership approach (coaching and mentoring). At the start, we define personal and organizational goals for each participant to work together to achieve.
In the applied methods, we use tools from the fields of innovation leadership, management, lean startup, business model canvas and design thinking, and combine them to achieve the set goals.
- On August 2, 2019, we will hold a DEMO DAY where you can ask questions about the methodology, structure and implementation of the course. Our trainers and organizers are open to any question that may help you to decide to apply for the course.
- If you wish to participate in the DEMO DAY, please send us an email with your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHAT DO WE PROVIDE DURING THE COURSE? (CONTENT)
The aim of the curriculum unit is to be familiar with the personality traits, skills, abilities that support innovation and their function within the organizational framework. It also aims to identify key innovation skills for successful innovation leaders, demonstrate the features of effective collaboration, communication and networking.
The aims of the curriculum unit are to present the „Exponential Organizations” (ExO) framework, its methodology, the characteristics and tools of ExOs, and exponential business models.
The aim of this module is to familiarize the participants with the process of scaling the idea in terms of business after the identification of Massive Transformative Purpose (MTP), the structure of the project organization and business opportunity, and the validation of the assumptions of the business model.
The aim of the curriculum unit is to provide tools and knowledge for designing and implementing an innovative product/service development. It will allow the participants to formally link the financial and other resources (internal human and external subcontractors) required for implementation. The module will also offer tools to manage process-oriented implementation, mobilise all resources involved in the process, and create conditions for the international market entry.
The aim of this module is to pass theoretical and practical knowledge to the participant about the competencies required to lead innovative organizations through examples and practices with the help of international speakers and practitioners .
The aims of the course unit are to summarize the most typical forms of business communication for the participants, including: forms and rules of written and verbal communication, the art of letter writing, making a profile for a product or a company, features of online business interfaces, protocol knowledge, situation practices. It also aims to develop digital competences as well as business communication capabilities.
The aim of the curriculum unit is to enable participants to acquire the skills, abilities, and to familiarize with the marketing tools that are essential for an effective innovation process both at domestically and internationally with the focus of enterprise innovation marketing research.
TO WHOM DO WE RECOMMEND OUR COURSE?
Our course is especially recommended for those who are responsible for the creation and management of research, development or innovation projects: students at the end of their university studies, people who want to start an innovative business, corporate middle and senior managers who are responsible for innovation or product development.