Innovation Project Management (GRAI024)

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Course description

The course focuses on strategic aspects of implementing innovations through projects. Multiple learning formats are used throughout the course, including lectures, workshops, group work assignments and classroom presentations. During workshops, in an intensive group work environment students analyze and assess organizational innovation capabilities. Results of the group work are discussed and presented in a predefined format. Learning process also includes development of managerial solutions for improving innovation management practices in real-life organizations.

Course goals

The course is designed to develop the insights and skills necessary to critically analyze, assess and improve innovation-related project work in organizations. Upon successful completion of the course, students should have a solid understanding of contemporary innovation implementation management and its benefits for their professional career.

Course results

  • Have a critical awareness of the models, roles, responsibilities and functions of innovation project management.
  • Comprehend and be able to illustrate the difference between operational and strategic innovation project management.
  • Be able to apply process-oriented organizational innovation project management models.
  • Become capable of analyzing strategic alternatives based on innovation portfolio management.
  • Display teamwork skills and understand people side of innovation project management.
  • Be able to critically assess the value of lessons learned in organizations.
  • Become knowledgeable in implementing innovation project management concepts in a real-life organizational setting.


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