Led by John Bessant & Anna Trifilova – Potsdam (Berlin) – 29/30 September 2014
The ISPIM ‘Teaching & Coaching Innovation’ Special Interest Group is offering a workshop to address the growing demand for mastering teaching and coaching capabilities in the innovation management field. Teachers, trainers, lecturers and facilitators will learn how to make the teaching & learning processes of innovation management interactive, engaging, motivating, illustrative, efficient and appropriate for today’s students and to altogether perform it differently.
In this hands-on workshop, participants will learn new and different approaches, and try out a wide range of exercises and games addressing many of the common themes in innovation management such as new product development, innovation strategy, innovation capabilities, innovation design and implementation etc. Participants will take away new teaching materials and methods as well as case-studies and resources from the leading innovation management educators of today.
John Bessant, University of Exeter, UK, the co-author of the textbooks “Managing Innovation”, “Innovation and Entrepreneurship”, and “Strategic Innovation Management” published by Wiley & Sons.
Anna Trifilova, Fraunhofer MOEZ & University of Leipzig, Germany, co-founder of the futureofinnovation.org, Leader of ISPIM’s Teaching & Coaching Innovation Special Interest Group.
DATES & TIMES
29/30 September 2014
- Day One: 0930 to 1730
- Day Two: 0900 to 1500
Prof. Dr. Katharina Hölzle The Chair for Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship at the University of Potsdam
The workshop fee of €250 (€200 for ISPIM Members) includes daily refreshments, two full lunches and workshop materials. We are strictly limiting the number of workshop places to promote the quality of participants’ learning. We expect to meet this upper limit.
See more information here or in the file attached: www.ispim.org/wp-content/uploads/Teaching-and-Coaching-Innovation-Flyer_berlin.pdf