Budapest, Hungary

Innovation Management

when 15 July 2024 - 19 July 2024
language English
duration 1 week
credits 3 EC
fee EUR 390

This course builds analytical insight into relationships between knowledge, innovation and competitiveness and into their implications for the management of innovation. It introduces theories, concepts, and methods for the analysis of innovations at the levels of projects, firms and industries. The course also introduces a set of tools related to innovation practices of firms, as one of the ways in which the course bridges and integrates academic analysis of innovations with the practical issues of their management.

Course leader

Vivék Pundír is a growth strategy consultant, who has advised several large multinationals, including The Coca-Cola Company, and Deutsche Telekom . He teaches strategy and innovation across Europe, most recently at Copenhagen Business School .

Target group

Students in business administration, economics and related disciplines.

Course aim

At the completion of the course, the student should be able to:
• Account for the main terms and definitions central in economics and management of innovation
• Recognize how the economics and governance of different organizational types affect their behavior in innovation
• Analyze the characteristics of inter-organizational collaboration on innovation and recognize the skills required to handle them
• Integrate a number of factors, internal and external to the organization, in decision-related analysis
• Describe and assess the potential for formal and informal external knowledge sourcing and how it may help the organization to pursue innovations.

Fee info

EUR 390: Fee includes: participation in one course, the social programs, certificate of participation, transcriptfor ECT transfer (if requested), Wifi on campus.
Fee does not include: accommodation, travel to Budapest, local transportation, health insurance.
EUR 290: Early bird fee until April 30.


No scholarship is available.