At the end of the course, the student is able to:|
- apply, synthesize, and evaluate prior I&E learning within a specific innovation or entrepreneurial project setting;
- conduct a business analysis, make decisions and formulate recommendations or justify actions for a real business problem;
- choose and apply relevant concepts / methods / tools, and collect relevant data for a business analysis and make decisions for a real business problem;
- apply concepts, methods and tools that pertain to identify and assess the impact/value of a technology in an industry, market and/or organization and the innovation/business opportunities it creates;
- produce a professional report on a business analysis topic.
- I&E Study EIT (6 EC) is a course unit for a group of students. Its main objective is to solve a real business problem on I&E topics by integrating theory, methods, and practice. It typically entails problem formulation, selection of tools, data collection, and the development of a recommendation.
- The business problem is selected by the examiner form the pool of EIT ICT business cases. Students interact with the case owner (entrepreneur who proposed a case) to develop a solution.
- I&E online content (e.g. historical case, theory&models, tech delta&diffusion, foresight) support and enrich the business problem part.