Business Model and Technology Innovation (Credit Bearing)

This module is part of Graduate Certificate in Innovation

Overview

Create a culture of innovation within your organisation. Equip yourself with skills in innovation strategies, methods and approaches,along the two main thrusts of business model innovation and technology innovation.

Having grasped innovation strategy and strategy formulation, you will be drafting an innovation portfolio of your own. You will then learn how to best harness knowledge for various innovation activities such as ideation and R&D, including an overview of relevant knowledge of management tools and methods.

 

You will also get to know the People factor in innovation-how innovative teams are best managed, do's and don'ts, as well as tools that may be used. You will get a chance to appreciate what goes into a robust innovative culture, as well as how to help it reach it's full potential.

 

Offered by the same faculty teaching in SMU's Master of Science in Innovation, this course aims to expose participants to key concepts in innovation that can be readily translated into practical business cases for themselves and the organizations that they work in.

Next Course Starts On17 May 2018 (Thu) See Full Schedule
Fee SGD1712.00* (as low as SGD193.60* after maximum funding) Learn more
Duration

2 weekday evenings (7pm to 10pm) and a Saturday (9am to 6pm)

Level
Basic

Work towards a bigger goal

This module is part of:

Graduate Certificate in Innovation

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Topics/Structure

TAKEAWAYS

By the end of this course, Participants will be able to:

  • Gain a working knowledge of how to formulate a simple innovation strategy and how to manage innovation teams.

  • Explain how to build an innovative culture.

  • Put in place change management plans to bring the organisation towards an innovative culture.

Who Should Attend

  • Leaders of innovative teams, or teams that wish to be innovative in organizations
  • Professionals from startups, Fortune 500 companies, non-profits and the public sector
  • Marketing, sales, finance, and project management teams
  • Engineers and project team leads who want to be more creative
  • Entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs

Assessment

Assessment

An assessment will be conducted at the end of the course.

Certification

Upon meeting the minimum attendance requirement and passing the assessment, participants will receive an e-transcript.

Instructional Methods and Learning Activities

Lectures, Discussions, Case Studies

Fees and Funding

Fees

Full Fee: S$1,712 per pax (including GST)

SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) Funding for Individuals:

  • S$513.60 (including GST) for Singapore Citizens and Singapore Permanent Residents
  • S$193.60 (including GST) for Singapore Citizens aged 40 years and above

Funding

SkillsFuture Series

Course fee grant at 70% of course fees (excluding GST) for participants who are successfully enrolled by SMU into approved courses under the Programme. Participants must be Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents.


SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy ("MCES")
Up to 90% of course fees for Singapore Citizens aged 40 years and above


Enhanced Training Support for SMEs ("ETSS")
Up to 90% of course fees; and 80% of basic hourly salary capped at $7.50/hr for local employees of SMEs


SkillsFuture Credit
Singapore Citizens aged 25 and above, and self-funding may use their SkillsFuture Credit (up to S$500) to defray part of the course fee. Please click User Guide on how to claim for SkillsFuture Credit. Claims should be submitted via Training Exchange.

 

SkillsFuture Course Code*: CRS-N-0045095

 

SkillsFuture Course Name*: Business Model and Technology Innovation

 

* Important Note: Participants claiming SkillsFuture credits should locate the course in Training Exchange using the Course Code / Name

Schedule

Start Date(s)
Intake Information

Run 1: 17 May 2018(Thu),

          18 May 2018(Fri),

          19 May 2018(Sat)


Run 2: 19 Jul 2018(Thu),

          20 Jul 2018(Fri),

          21 Jul 2018(Sat)


Note : This module is conducted over 2 weekday evenings (7pm to 10pm) and a Saturday (9am to 6pm).

Speaker/Trainer Bio

Dr. Thomas Menkhoff

Professor, Organisation Behaviour and Human Resources (Eductation),

Lee Kong Chian School of Business

 

Dr. Thomas Menkhoff serves as Academic Director of SMU’s Master of Science in Innovation Programme. He is an award-winning educator (and frequent contributor of the Business Times) and has published numerous articles in scholarly journals and several books on socio-cultural dimensions of managing knowledge transfer, innovation and change in multi-cultural contexts and Asian entrepreneurship. Two of his recent publications include “2010 Governing and Managing Knowledge in Asia”, “Series on Innovation and Knowledge Management” and “2014 Catalyst for Change – Chinese Business in Asia”.

 

Dr. Thomas Menkhoff has served, amongst others as consultant to German Agency of Technical Cooperation (GTZ), the Government of Singapore, the Commonwealth Secretariat, Arthur D Little, Asian Productivity Organization (APO), the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Government of Malaysia and various corporation such as SembCorp Marine or Singapore Power.

Mr. Kan Siew Ning

Adjunct Lecturer

Lee Kong Chian School of Business

Mr. Kan Siew Ning worked for the Singapore Government from 1985 to 2011. In 2011, he was a Director of Police Technology Department, managing 250 people and almost 100 IT and engineering projects. He had also ran a government-owned venture capital firm, Cap Vista Pte. Ltd., and was the president of the Information and Management Society.

Mr. Kan has been teaching university courses since 2001, and has taught in SMU, NTU and NUS. The topics include knowledge management, smart cities, drones and robotics, leadership and team building, human capital management, and public sector IT system. He received several teachings award and adjunct teaching in SMU. He has also taught short overseas courses at the University of Mauritius and Hong Kong Civil Service Bureau. One of his recently edited publications is: ”Living in Smart Cities: Innovation and Sustainability” (with Thomas Menkhoff, Hans-Dieter Evers and Chay Yue Wah), World Scientific Publishing 2017 forthcoming.

Additional Details

Prerequisites

  • Good Bachelor's Degree
  • Diploma Holders with at least 3 years of working experience

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