Innovation Economics and Management 2017/2018
- 5 ECTS
- Taught in Portuguese
- Continuous Assessment
- relevant skillset
After concluding this course, students should be able to:
1. Understand the relevance of R & D investments for strengthening the culture of innovation and its
contribution to the business;
2. Know how to apply models and tools to improve innovative capacity;
3. Understand open innovation and know how to value its specificities;
4. Recognize social innovation and know how to apply it;
5. Know how to carry out self-diagnosis on the innovative capacity of organizations;
6. Know how to implement research, development and innovation management systems.
Conclusion of the course of Organisations Management.
The expository-active method will be used to teach the syllabus, complemented with the analysis and discussion of articles and case studies in the context of collaborative work. A methodology of teaching-learning tutorial will also be used based on two pillars: a) application to common practical exercises; b) application to specific works
Body of Work
1º. Innovation and its effects on the sustainable development of organizations;
2º. Nature, Types and Models of Innovation;
3º. Motivations and constraints for Innovation;
4º. Self-diagnosis Tools of Innovation;
5º. Social Innovation;
6º. Open Innovation;
7º. Management systems of Research, Development and Innovation
Joe Tidd, Jonh Bessant and Keith Pavitt, Managing Innovation: Integrating Technological, Market and
Organizational Change, 5th edition, 2013, John Wiley & Sons;
Soumodip Sarkar, Empreendedorismo e Inovação, 3ª edição, 2014, Escolar Editora;
Managing Innovation: Integrating Technological, Market And Organizational Change Paperback, by Joe Tidd
John Bessant (Author), 2015
Manual do innovation Scoring da Cotec 2º. edição, 2017
Ricado Vidigal da Silva e Ana Neves, Gestão de Empresas na Era do Conhecimento, 2003, Edições Silabo.
Jorge Vasconcellos Sá, Magda Pereira, Fátima Olão e Elizabeth Borges, COMO INOVAR – A minha empresa é o meu primeiro emprego, 2015, Grupo Editorial Vida Económica.
1 and 2ª: Innovation and its effects on the sustainable development of organizations;
3º: Motivations and Constraints to Innovation;
4 and 5º. : Nature and Classes of Innovation and approach to Innovation Models;
6º: Seminar: Innovation Model
7º.: Approach to Social Innovation;
8º.: Open Innovation Approach;
9º.: Instruments of Self-Diagnosis of Innovation;
10, 11 and 15º.: Approach to Management Systems for Research, Development and Innovation;
12ª.: Seminar: Innovation Model;
13º.: Execution and presentation of the poster;
14º.: Implementation of Innovation Scoring to a group of invited companies
Demonstration of the syllabus coherence with the curricular unit's objectives
The syllabus taught in the section 1 will bear in mind objective 1 of the programme, which will allow a development of students' skills in understanding the context and its evolution.
The objective 2 is endorsed by sections 2, 3 and 4 of the programme and will enable students to understand and implement Innovation Models.
The objective 3 is endorsed by sections 5, 6 and 7 of the programme and will enable students to understand and implement tools for Innovation Management.
Demonstration of the teaching methodologies coherence with the curricular unit's objectives
The expository-active method will be used to present the key concepts underlying the objectives of the UC. The interrogative method, the resolution of practical exercises and the analysis and discussion of case studies aims the acquisition of competences of the three objectives of the UC.
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