Orchestrating Innovation Learning Programme
In cooperation with
Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship (ECE), Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)
The world is changing. And no organisation unilaterally decides where it’s heading. Do organisations want to achieve social and economic goals and make innovations successful? If so, collaboration is essential. This demands a lot from stakeholder teams with different disciplines and backgrounds. For these teams, there is the 'Orchestrating innovation in public-private ecosystems' learning programme.
Orchestrating Innovation in public-private ecosystems
Orchestrating a transition with all different parties involved requires direction by a single party, one that is able to connect with government, businesses and citizens. In this four-day learning programme ‘Orchestrating Innovation in public-private ecosystems’ you will develop the capability to build a dynamic environment for innovations of public and private parties. The questions that will be addressed are:
- How do you reach the right parties at the right time?
- How do you arrive at a shared vision for the change?
- How do you develop a favourable climate for innovation?
- How do you create the right conditions?
- How do you decide together what innovations are needed, and when?
- How do you deal with the complexity and different interests in your ecosystem?
- How do you stimulate the implementation of innovation in the daily practice?
This will allow all parties to innovate optimally and social and economic impact is achieved.
In this programme, you will learn:
- to delineate the mission and the added value of your innovation project
- how to coordinate this with other stakeholders
- to map your stakeholders in the ecosystem, together with their position and governance
- to develop business models
- to address services for public-private partnerships, including forms of financing
Who can participate?
The learning programme is for professionals who work with peers from other organisations on ecosystems, transition initiatives, field labs, EDIH, large-scale PPP and other projects, programmes and innovation centres. The aim is to develop and put into practice innovation and new technology.
As a participant, you have experience in driving and leading initiatives in ecosystems. You aim to develop both yourself and your organisation to successfully execute these initiatives with more confidence, knowledge and skills.
Is this learning programme of interest to you? Register now on the Orchestrating Innovation website. The next courses start on 13 October 2022 and 9 March 2023.
‘This programme is a unique combination of TNO's hands-on experience and expertise in the field of orchestrating innovation and relevant new concepts in management and business administration, innovation and transition management. We help participants to achieve a more effective impact in public-private partnerships regarding social issues'.
Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship
The Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship (ECE) is the leading entrepreneurship centre in Europe and considers entrepreneurship to be the most important driver of innovation. The knowledge and network of Erasmus University Rotterdam is used for this purpose. Support is provided by four professors, 35+ academic trainers, researchers and experienced programme managers in the field of entrepreneurship and innovation. ECE aims to improve the innovation excellence of organisations. This is achieved through action-oriented programmes for innovation enhancers, corporate innovation teams and start-up entrepreneurs. All learning and development programmes are based on participants' own challenges in order to make an immediate impact.
The Rotterdam School of Management
The Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) has been recognised for almost 50 years as one of Europe's most innovative international business schools. RSM's primary focus is on nurturing people who can become a force for positive change by bringing their innovative mindset to a sustainable future. RSM believes that leadership can be learned through a combination of intellectual and practical challenges.
Claire StolwijkFunctie:Principal Consultant
Claire Stolwijk is Principal Consultant in the Strategy & Policy department, focussing on digitalisation of the manufacturing industry, digital sovereignty, data spaces and industrial innovation policy. She combines her scientific work with a practical approach and coordinates various national and European projects on these topics.
Frank BerkersFunctie:Senior scientist at TNO and Professor at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences on business for societal transition
My expertise is on design approaches for business models and decision-making for business models and innovations involving multiple organizations. This time of major changes, especially in business, requires good and reliable support for collaboration, e.g., Value Case Methodology and Collaborative Business Modelling and Orchestrating Innovation.
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