Management & Entrepreneurship/Innovation management

Innovation management

Innovation and entrepreneurship are closely related. Whether you're an employee looking to build a career, or a business building a brand, distinguishing yourself on the labor market is something you want to do. Our innovation courses are designed to help you do that. You'll find out how to position yourself on the market, be noticed and achieve your professional goals.

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The world's changing. The main goal of a company is to make a profit - but there's a lot to keep track of. A profitable business is agile, quick to recognize storms on the horizon and adapt to them before they hit.    An innovation management course will prepare you for that. And a certificate with your name on it is proof of your motivation and your professional competence.

Many companies are adopting a horizontal organizational structure. Of course, that can only work in an honest, transparent environment. An environment where people can make mistakes, where everyone feels encouraged to take initiative. Where people feel they can grow. This is only possible through the right management techniques and approach.  - employerSpeaks


Innovation isn't just about new processes and rising technologies - it's also about customers and business models. Modern companies are increasingly focused on the vlaue of their customers. What value proposition should be launched, which channels are relevant? 

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The Internet has turned the business world upside down - and given it a huge boost at the same time. Social media dominates the market right now - but the future is far from certain.  Despite the current level of digitalization, many people are reverting to the authenticity of interpersonal contact. The sales world is always changing - the best thing you can do to stay relevant is keep training and learning. 

People in successful companies sometimes just find one thing that works and keep doing it over and over. That's not always the best course of action. Changes are a part of life - and when it does come, you'd better make sure you have the skills and knowledge to adapt and ride the wave.  - exStudentSpeaking

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As an entrepreneur, if you're solely focusing on your profits, you're missing something. Of course, profit is important, but if you want to stay afloat, you need to be flexible. You need to see changes coming from afar and adapt to them. Each of these courses is designed to teach you the skills and even attitudes you'll need to move your career forward. 


  • In the next 10 years, approximately 50% of the companies on today's Fortune 500 list will be replaced
  • 93% of business leaders believe that organic growth through innovation is the key to revenue growth 
  • 90% of team success is predetermined