Business Academy SouthWest, University of Applied Sciences Bremerhaven and their partners from cluster organisations, industry and academic institutions offer innovative modules across cities of the North Sea Region with a special focus on offshore wind energy.
In order to cope with optimization and industrialization requirements on the one side and with still challenging risks on the other side the competences of every staff member as well as the leadership capabilities of managerial staff will play a crucial role in order to achieve success.
The competitiveness of companies depends highly on the ability to introduce new innovative products, processes and services. Management of Innovation has traditionally been focused on the company-internal aspects of innovation processes, for instance, how interaction between internal specialized professionals take place in the creation of innovation. In the recent years the focus has shift towards how companies source their inputs for innovation external through interorganizational collaboration. One of the recent developments in the field of innovation management is the rise of a design-driven approach to innovation.
Traditional project management courses teach systematic approaches to project planning. This is a strength but also a disadvantage. The course aims at giving the students the ability to adapt project planning to a specific environment.
Anyone can claim to be a leader but this claim only works if someone is prepared to follow a leader. This will happen if followers sense that a leader possess leadership skills.
This module will provide participants with new insights regarding long term development options, thereby identifying opportunities for strategic development of their business.
The course covers both general and specific aspects of management of risks in the Offshore Wind Sector, as well as legal issues relevant for the North Sea region.
Logistic is key within the Offshore Wind Energy Sector. Learn together with other participants and real cases more about it.
Following a systems thinking approach, this course will teach the students to financially and strategically model different scenarios taking most of the variables affecting the lifecycle of offshore wind projects into consideration.
The geographical scope within Offshore Wind industry has expanded from regional focus to a larger global perspective, where there has been extensive growth. This module offers a framework for analysis, development and implementation of global offshore wind business.
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