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ADMG 641 - Innovation and Entrepreneurial Growth


Description:
Examines various approaches to developing IT innovation-based organizations to self-sufficiency and growth. Addresses the specifics of new IT products and services development and fostering innovation and technology to increase performance.

Prerequisites:
Co- or prerequisite: ADMG 501.

Credits:
(4)

Learner Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Identify innovation in IT and Administrative Management, what it is and why it matters and the theories of innovation, disruptive technologies
  • Identify innovation as a core organizational process with effective innovation management abilities and routines
  • Evaluate and select innovation strategies, appropriating the benefits from innovation, technology trajectories and competencies
  • Identify the sources of innovation and tools to enable innovation search
  • Demonstrate applications of strategic innovations
  • Develop conceptual IT products including commercial technological products and service innovation
  • Identify the benefits of innovation
  • Design organizational knowledge processes, knowledge management architecture and technologies

Learner Outcomes Approval Date:
5/17/2012

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