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Current Developments in Technology and Innovation Management (Master - TM III)

Topic: Practical application of current concepts from the area of technology and innovation management
Field of study: Master
Modul: Technology Management III
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Tessa Flatten
Wiss. Mit. Caroline Kettner
Date and Time: Kick-Off: Wednesday, 16. October 2019 - 02:00-05:00 pm. (MSW 12 Room 2.7)
Design Thinking: Thursday, 17. October 2019 - 10:00 am.-01:00 pm. Uhr (SRG 3.031)
Mid-Term Presentation: Thursday, 28. November 2019 - 09:00 am.-01:00 pm. Uhr (SRG 3.031)
Finale Presentation: Wednesday, 15. January - 02:30-06:00 pm. (MSW 12 Room 2.7)
Begin: October 16, 2019
Application: Online (see below)
Language: German/ English


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Changing customer needs, shortened product lifecycles and the emergence of boundary-spanning innovation efforts challenge the linear approach to product development. As a result, firms are experimenting with a broad range of alternative development approaches, featuring more iterative and customer-centric methodologies (e.g., agile development, design thinking). In this seminar, students will assume the perspective of a product development team, developing and designing a product prototype. Developed prototypes will 3D-printed, tested and refined in several iterations, giving students a real-life development experience with all elements of high dynamic market environments.

A content overview of the course Technology Management V can be found here.

Disclaimer: All information given are done so without liability for correctness. Please consult the official module guide provided by the faculty for further information.


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Caroline Kettner
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
Tel.: 0231 755-5434