HM 06 | The university as a culture of innovation 2nd Edition
- Brand: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Ulrich Wehrlin | Hochschul- und Wissenschaftsmanagement
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- SKU: 9783863761233
Innovations in the sense of innovations of entrepreneurial or scientific relevance represent the basis of the economy and science and develop central driving forces. Innovation management represents a core business activity, which is geared towards the properties of innovations and links the associated management aspects. The purpose of operational innovation...
Innovations in the sense of innovations of entrepreneurial or scientific relevance represent the basis of the economy and science and develop central driving forces. Innovation management represents a core business activity, which is geared towards the properties of innovations and links the associated management aspects. The purpose of operational innovation management is to achieve an increase in the value of the company or the university/college on the basis of innovation processes. The function of innovation management can be realized through the novel combination of means and ends. For example, by designing a new product or a new service, designing a new (learning) process in the sense of a technical, educational or scientific process or a learning (platform) form, designing a new internal and external organization or a company network or the design of a combination of these or other options. Innovation management is important in and for universities and colleges for a number of reasons. So it is important for the university itself as an organization - comparable to that for a company. In addition, innovations are important for (and in) teaching and research processes. In addition, the graduates are valuable for companies, science, business and society in terms of innovation-creating capacities. In addition, the research results of universities and colleges are often very helpful for companies. The success of innovation management is increasingly determined by the correct, future-oriented approach to phenomena such as complexity, dynamics and knowledge. In today's communication and knowledge society, companies and universities are dependent on aligning their entire organization, all employees, visions and strategies with innovations and the future. Through innovation management, competitive strength can be gained through innovation. A corresponding organization and innovation culture must be created for this purpose. Innovation teams have to be formed, integrated and strengthened, innovation promoters have to be used and performance incentives for innovations have to be set. This textbook by Prof. dr dr h.c. In addition to an introduction to innovation management for universities, Ulrich Wehrlin provides the reader with relevant knowledge, methods, concepts, instruments and skills for innovation management. It is aimed at employees, lecturers, professors, deans, managers, heads of universities and colleges, students in the fields of university and science management as well as professionals interested in management positions in education.
- Title: The university as a culture of innovation
- Subtitle: The challenge of innovation management - innovation-friendly organizational culture as a task of university and science management
- Author: Prof. Dr. dr h.c. Ulrich Wehrlin
- Series: University & Science Management
- Edition: 1st edition
- Band: 6
- Publisher: Prof. Dr. dr h.c.Ulrich Wehrlin
- Subject: Economics
- Product Type: Book (Hardcover)
- Product type: textbook
- Language: German
- Binding: Softcover (paperback)
- Dimensions: 21.0 x 14.8 cm (DIN A5)
- Scope: 254 pages
- Condition: New (shrink-wrapped in foil)
- Keywords: university management, university organization, innovation management, learning process, organizational leadership, organizational change, professionalization of university management, university organization, science management, science managers
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