General Information:

Within the framework of the project study for the WOW B.Sc. (module number 1271), the fundamental contents of scientific work are covered in a lecture (course number 12711) and an exercise (course number 12712) conducted by the Chair of Leadership & Organizational Behavior (Prof. Hendrik Hüttermann) during the winter trimester. Additionally, the Chair of Innovation Management offers a project study recommended for the spring trimester of the 3rd year of the Bachelor's program.

Content:

Building on the basic knowledge of scientific work, the subsequent trimester (spring trimester) focuses on imparting practical skills for implementing scientific work and conducting a project. In several group sessions, the process, literature work, methodological approaches, and the development of scientific questions are collectively addressed, serving as a foundation for completing the examination. As part of the group work, a self-defined question is addressed within the framework of a project.

Assessment:

Based on the insights gained from scientific work, student groups prepare a literature review, a project report, or a presentation of the results.

 

Innovations Management WOW M.Sc. (3765)

General Information about the Course:

The module "Innovations Management" for the Master's program in Business and Organizational Sciences M.Sc. (module number 3765) consists of a lecture (course number 37651) and is worth 5 ECTS credits. The module is always offered in the winter trimester and is recommended for the winter trimester in the 1st year of the Master's program.

Content:

Building on the definition of innovation and the role of innovations in the corporate context, the goals, tasks, and success factors of innovation management are discussed. Subsequently, participants in innovation processes and interactions between companies, as well as the organizational aspects of innovation processes within companies including practical case studies, are examined.

Assessment:

Written exam lasting 60 minutes.