The course aims to offer tools to analyse (a) sources, typologies and dynamics of innovation; (b) markets for technologies; (c) process for developing new products. Students will be able to develop methodological and technical tools to understand, interpret and manage technological innovations.
**Knowledge and ability to understand
- describe the main models of innovation
- list the market strategies for introducing an innovation in the market
- illustrate the fundamental characteristics of the innovation processes
- understand the most diffused approach to internal development of innovations
- recognize the main characteristics of ecosystems and platforms
**Applied knowledge and understanding
- use analytical tools to interpret technological innovations
- plan the most appropriate the market strategies for introducing an innovation in the market
- discuss the most diffused approach to innovation management.
**Autonomy of judgment
linking economic and technological aspects of innovation- carry out general evaluations concerning the economic aspects of innovation
The resulting multidisciplinary communication skills are the main result of teaching. The student will indeed be able:
- to combine the technical and managerial terminology related to innovation management
- to contribute to the resolution of problems related to innovation management