About the diploma course
The diploma course will enable students to skillfully handle the most important concepts and tools of innovation management, together with identifying the different strategies that may be implemented by companies to generate efficient and productive innovation processes.
A joint initiative of the UC Innovation Center, the School of Engineering and Universidad Católica’s Clase Ejecutiva (Executive Class) Program.
The next module begins on July 23, 2019.
Discounts for associate companies:
25% Copper and 35% Gold & Lithium
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This program is addressed to businessmen, executives and professionals who are interested in the basic concepts of innovation and innovation culture, and who would like to promote processes of internal innovation in their own companies.
- Becoming familiar with the main concepts and tools of innovation management and identifying different strategies to implement innovation processes in a company.
- Learning to identify opportunities and necessities by means of ideation methodologies and innovation projects.
- Visualizing the context which innovation projects unfold in, and the relationships there are with the various organizations that make up the local innovation environment.
- Knowing how to prototype ideas and develop their respective business model.
- November 2018 – January 2019
The Challenges of Innovation: Culture and Management
- March 2019 – May 2019
Business Model and Financing for Entrepreneurship
- May 2019 – July 2019
- July 2019 – September 2019
Innovation Methodologies: Ideation
- September 2019 – November 2019
Innovation Methodologies: Prototyping
Conrad von Igel
UC Industrial Civil Engineer, Master’s in Public Administration, Columbia University, US. Executive Director of the UC Anacleto Angelini Innovation Center. Assistant Professor of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and UC Public Policies.
UC Designer, Master’s in Business Innovation and Technology Evaluation, Universidad de Girona, Spain. Doctorate in the same program. Assistant Director of technological transference of the UC School of Design.
María Trinidad Alvarez
UC Civil Engineer. MPA in Public and Economic Policy at London School of Economics. Executive Coordinator of the business R+D+i research laboratory of the UC Innovation Center. Instructing Professor of the Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship course at the UC School of Engineering.
UC PhD in Engineering Sciences. UC Biochemist. Adjunct Assistant Professor of the UC Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering. Professor of the UC Master’s in Innovation. Assistant Director of entrepreneurial R+D at the UC Innovation Center.
Max Grekin Rosenblitt
Universidad de Chile Civil Engineer. Diploma in ECLA (Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness in Latin America), Columbia University, US. Diploma in Endeavor Leadership program, Stanford University. Adjunct Instructor of the UC School of Administration.
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