|Module:||Strategic Technology and Innovation Management (Master - TM II)|
|Lecturer:||Prof. Dr. Tessa Flatten|
|Scope / Credits:||4 SWS (Credit hours) / 7,5 Credits|
|Course type:||Lecture and exercise|
|Date and place:||Tuesdays, 14:00-18:00, CT Zentralbereich - HS ZE 01|
|Beginning:||October 17, 2023 14:15|
This class introduces the evolutionary patterns of technologies/innovations and connects these to technological developments. Those patterns are linked to several concepts like the product life cycle or diffusion models. Moreover, the relevance of customer needs regarding new product development is discussed. In order to enable companies to implement efficient processes to handle technologies and innovations this class as well focuses on the design of organizational structures and culture. Additionally, specific problems like organizational ambidexterity or standardization are covered. Furthermore, recent research topics form international journals will be presented within this class.
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