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Course module: 201600012
201600012
Management and Governance of Innovation and Creativity
Course info
Course module201600012
Credits (ECTS)5
Course typeCourse
Language of instructionEnglish
Contact persondr.ir. K. Visscher
E-mailk.visscher@utwente.nl
Lecturer(s)
Lecturer
dr.ir. E. Hofman
Lecturer
prof.dr. H. Schiele
Lecturer
dr.ir. K. Visscher
Contactperson for the course
dr.ir. K. Visscher
Lecturer
dr. M. de Visser
Academic year2021
Starting block
1A
Application procedureYou apply via OSIRIS Student
Registration using OSIRISYes
Aims
After completing this course, students will:
 
  • Understand classic and recent theories in the field of management and governance of innovation and creativity
  • Be able to critically reflect on conceptual and empirical contributions to theory in this field
  • Be able to critically analyze designs of structures, strategies, networks and policies for innovation and creativity
  • Be able to develop a research question and write an academic paper on a topic in innovation management and governance
Content
This course will be given in English.
 
This is a research oriented course in the Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Strategy track of the master Business Administration. It aims to provide students with deep insights on innovation and creativity and its management and governance, on micro-, meso- and macro-level (team, organization, alliances, industry clusters, and society). Through in-depth discussion of literature and examples, students will get a profound understanding of important theoretical contributions to the field. They will learn to assess these contributions from an academic perspective, and will get the opportunity to contribute to knowledge development themselves.

Format
This course consists of weekly close-reading sessions. After a short introduction by the lecturer, students discuss two related academic texts on a specific topic in-depth. To prepare, students need to study the texts and carry out a preparatory assignment. Active participation in class is required. In parallel, students will develop a research question and write a short academic paper on one of the topics of this course.

Topics
Innovation systems and policy (Stefan Kuhlmann)
Industry clusters (Holger Schiele)
Innovation networks and strategic alliances (Erwin Hofman)            
Technology and organizational forms (Klaasjan Visscher)
Team antecedents of creativity and innovation (Matthias de Visser)

Final assignment
Write an academic paper on a topic in the field of Management and Governance of Innovation and Creativity, in which you show your mastery of the learning goals. You may choose to write a literature review, a conceptual paper, an essay, or a theory-based empirical analysis. In week 1 you enlist for one of the five available topics (there is a limit to the number of students per topic so it is ‘first come first serve’). You then develop a paper proposal (what is your main question, why is it relevant, how will you tackle it), which will be discussed in a small group. The maximum size of the full paper is 3500 words (excl. references). In the final week, an individual session will be organized to discuss the paper and to provide feedback.

Assessment
  • Final assignment (100%)
  • Weekly assignments (should all be sufficient to pass)
Participating study
Master Business Administration
Required materials
-
Recommended materials
-
Instructional modes
Assignment
Presence dutyYes

Colstructie
Presence dutyYes

Self study without assistance
Presence dutyYes

Tests
Assignments

Remark
Assessment
Weekly assignments (individual; pas/fail) 0%
Final assignment (individual) 100%

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