United Kingdom, London

Innovation Management: Understanding Business Success and Failure

when 8 July 2018 - 21 July 2018
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 5 EC
fee GBP 2200

This 4-week summer school will take place in Loughborough (2 weeks) and London (2 weeks)
This is the second of 2 modules in the 'Entrepreneurship and Innovation' Pathway. Students can take 1 or 2 modules.

Topics covered in this module include:
• The importance of innovation for economies
• The innovation process and models of innovation
• Innovation and entrepreneurial behaviour
• Risk assessment in innovation management
• Success factors in innovation
• Mismanagement and failure

Course leader

Dr Maxine Clarke

Target group

Open to all international undergraduate and postgraduate students, this programme will be particularly attractive to students with an interest in management and entrepreneurship.

Course aim

The aim of the module is to provide an understanding of the importance of innovation in an economy and its relationship with entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial behaviour. The module also discusses how innovation management can contribute to the success or failure of businesses

Credits info

5 EC
Students can take one or two modules in the 'Entrepreneurship and Innovation' Pathway, each worth 5 ECTS or 3 US credits.

Fee info

GBP 2200: Fee for taking one module only in London.
The fee covers tuition, accommodation, field trips and most meals.
GBP 3900: Fee for taking two modules in the 'Entrepreneurship and Innovation' Pathway - the first in Loughborough and the second in London.
The fee covers tuition, accommodation, field trips and most meals.

Scholarships

Competitive scholarships worth £500 are available to students registering on 2 modules.