This lecture aims to systematically understand the arguments of existing research on innovation models, and to gain the knowledge and ability to construct own logic and apply it in practice. For this purpose, students will make a presentation of the existing research, present their own arguments and logic, and hold discussions. Through the discussion, we expect that the students will be able to gain new perspectives on phenomena, construct their own logic, and devise practical solutions for their own issues.
Students will be able to systematically understand the arguments of existing research on innovation models.
Students will be able to present their own logic and arguments and develop their ideas through discussion.
Students will be able to see the challenges they face as opportunities for innovation, analyze the challenges, and begin to think about solutions.
Innovation, Innovation models
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Presentation of existing research, presentation of issues, and discussion
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Reverse Innovation||Group Presentation|
|Class 2||Disruptive innovation||Group Presentation|
|Class 3||Architectural innovation||Group Presentation|
|Class 4||Design innovation||Group Presentation|
|Class 5||Business model innovation||Group Presentation|
|Class 6||User innovation||Group Presentation|
|Class 7||Social innovation||Nothing|
Read the assigned paper, prepare a presentation if you are in charge of group work
Existing research paper to be assigned at each lecture
Contribution to the lecture: 30%