|Innovation Management in Product Development
|Abbreviation: UIRP||Load: 30(L)
|Lecturers in charge: ||doc. dr. sc. Stanko Škec
prof. dr. sc. Mario Štorga
|Lecturers: ||doc. dr. sc. Stanko Škec
Project laboratory, Practicum
|Course description: Course objectives:
Goal of the course is studying of the conditions necessary for realisation of technical innovation in existing and new companies as a presumption for company concurrences. The innovation process is in focus of the learning including creation of the innovation friendly environment, innovation portfolio and evaluation of innovations from social, technological and financial perspectives.
Enrolment requirements and required entry competences for the course:
Attending to course, participating to the innovation tasks solving, successful results of seminar task and written partial exams.
Grading and evaluation of student work over the course of instruction and at a final exam:
Written partial exams 20%, design tasks 40%, seminar task 40%.
Methods of monitoring quality that ensure acquisition of exit competences:
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to (learning outcomes):
To analyse patent database. To explore the state of art and trends in technology. To evaluate new proposals/designs of technical systems. To propose and lead product innovation projects. To manage innovation potential on team and organisation level.
1. Introduction to course. Concepts definition, innovation process.
2. Bussiness perspectives of technological innovation. Innovation systematisation.
3. Technical innovation dynamics, implications to market and technology.
4. Innovation developemnt methodology.
5. Organisational aspects of innovation teams and processes.
6. Social aspects of innovation.
7. Written partial exam K1.
8. Guest lecture 1: Innovation in manufacturing sector technological platform, ralisation, validation.
9. Ideas market dynamics.
10. Guest lecture 2: Managing Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
11. Assessemnt of technological possbilities development potential and portfolio management.
12. Internal and external sources of innovations.
13. Guest lecture 3: Innovation in services business technological platform, ralisation, validation.
14. Innovation mangement and decision making.
15. Written partial exam K2.
1. Innovation process and methods examples.
2. Innovation task Z1: Analysis of the company and innovation potential.
3. Teamwork / Consultation Z1.
4. Teamwork / Consultation Z1.
5. Presentation and discussion Z1.
6. Innovation task Z2: Innovation space research.
7. Teamwork / Consultation Z2.
8. Teamwork / Consultation Z2.
9. Presentation and discussion Z2.
10. Innovation task Z3: Innovation proposal argumentation and analysis.
11. Teamwork / Consultation Z3.
12. Teamwork / Consultation Z3.
13. Teamwork / Consultation Z3.
14. Teamwork / Consultation Z3.
15. Presentation and discussion Z3. Course evaluation.
|Lecture languages: en, hr
|1. ||Ewersheim, W. (ed.). "Innovation Management for Technical Products." Springer, 2009, ISBN: 9783540857266
|2. ||Ozgur, E. "EffectiveInquiry for Innovative Engineering Design",Kluwer Ap, Boston, 2004, ISBN: 1-4020-7717-3
|3. ||Christensen, C., and M. Raynor. "Managing the Strategy Development Process." Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 2003. ISBN: 9781578518524.
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