Innovation & Sustainability - 3 CFU
Master of Science in Business Administration and Business Administration & Economics, in collaboration with EIIS, present a cycle of seminars about innovation and sustainability.
First floor of Building B
School of Economics
The course will introduce the emerging technologies and it will show how big are the impacts those technologies are already bringing in our society. We’ll get to understand how to think properly about the future and we will have a deeper look at all the applications technologies are and will be used for. We will analyze the fields and the businesses that are most likely to be disrupted and all the opportunities that will arise for those understanding the huge potential these technologies have in our future development and in our most important challenge: sustainability.
Students will be encouraged through innovative teaching formats to improve their team-working and problem-solving skills while finding themselves immersed in engaging debates and stimulating challenges.
The seminar will give you 3 CFU for Extra Activity.
- Emerging technologies
- Artificial Intelligence
- Innovation and Disruption
- Future thinking
The European Institute for Innovation and Sustainability, EIIS, is a European school created with the aim of studying and deepening issues related to innovation and sustainability.
EIIS uses innovative formats and tools that promote learning through group work, workshops and practical exercises. We are strong supporters of the “Challenge-based learning” approach, a method that, starting from a real existing problem encourages participants to cooperate and to find, together, a possible solution.
Our mission is to prepare managers and students to drive the change rather than suffer it, to make people aware of how a new business approach toward a more sustainable future can have a huge impact on their life, their business and our planet.
The whole course is meant to stimulate students to learn and use the acquired knowledge in a practical and cooperative way through exercises and team-works.
The teaching method is the “Challenge-based learning”. We’ll start presenting a real existing problem and we’ll work together, in groups, in order to find possible solutions.
The final exams is a project work; students will be divided in groups and will work on the solution of the proposed challenge.
Students interested to this seminar have to fill-in this form: https://forms.gle/1uUSxDxNvoZMKYY26 within February 10, 2020.