MIB Open Courses
MIB Trieste School of Management opens to the business community a series of short courses in English language, at its headquarters in Trieste.
There is a limited number of available places, the following two criteria will be used:
- Priority to MIB Students
- First come, first served
All prices below are not including VAT.
For the current academic year, MIB Trieste School of Management offers your participation in elective courses at a special fee (€100 plus VAT per training day, instead of € 400 plus VAT), to all graduates who joined the MIB Alumni Association.
If you are a graduate of the School and not yet part of the no-profit Alumni Association, please click the green button on the right and send your request.
Innovation Strategy | 15-16-17
Three Training days | €
Bortoluzzi, Core Faculty MIB Trieste School of
The course focuses on how firms should manage innovation-related
activities at the strategic, organizational and managerial level in
a fast-changing economic and technological scenario.
The discussion will introduce the concept of Open Innovation starting from real business case scenarios and to the emerging issues that characterize today’s economic and technological scenario.
By the end of this course students will be in the position
- recognize the forces behind economic and technological change
and the need of firms to cope with them;
- understand the differences between technological
innovation-based strategies and strategies based on business model
- understand the potentials of business model innovation; master
the definition and develop their own open innovation
The course will include the following topics:
- analysis of the multifaceted nature of innovation;
- how to measure the innovation scope of the firm;
- how to apply such measure to benchmark with
- organizational antecedents of Innovation, in particular how to
set up an innovation-oriented firm by applying proper
organizational routines and best practices aimed to improve the
creative contribution provided by individuals and teams.
The discussion will also deal with Sources of Innovation and the methods to explore new business ideas in a “fluid” economic and technological scenario. Following a discussion on the different methods for collecting data, information, inspiration both inside and outside the firm, we will work in groups to learn how to look for new ideas in a hardly difficult to predict economic and technological scenario.
Please, fill in the brief form to apply to the Open Innovation Management open course.
A variety of simulations and exercises will be used to allow participants to move quickly from theory to controlled practice and align themselves with the needs of the specific context.