15 April 2016
The basic modules for Open Innovation in Science provide participants with an overview of state-of-the-art Open Innovation principals, methods, determinants and effects in the context of corporate innovation initiatives; classify them vis-à-vis existing open science concepts such as open access, open data or open evaluation; and facilitate the development of a more comprehensive framework for applying Open Innovation along the entire process of scientific discovery and exploitation.
|Module 1 (1 day, 16 April 2016)|
Open Science within Open Innovation in Science
|Module 2 (1 day, 5 May 2016)|
Creating and Capturing Value in Science and Business
|Module 3 (2 days, 6 and 7 May 2016)|
Open Innovation Basics
|Module 4 (1 day, 8 May 2016)|
Mapping Open Innovation in Science
The specialisation modules in OIS enable participants to develop in-depth knowledge about specific Open Innovation in Science methods, antecedents and consequences along the entire process of scientific discovery and exploitation.
|Module 5: (1 day, 17 June 2016)|
Crowd Science and Crowd Funding
Module 6: (1 day, 18 June 2016)
Module 7: (1 day, 19 June 2016)
Module 8: (1 day, 30 September 2016)
Module 9: (1 day, 1 October 2016)
Module 10: (1 day, 2 October 2016)
Module 11: (2 days, 21-22 October)
Module 12: (1 day, 18 November 2016)
Module 13: (1 day, 19 November 2016)
|Integrating Open Practices in Science|
(1 day, 17 February 2017)
LOIS participants will have the possibility to develop and run actual Open Innovation in Science projects over the term of LOIS. The lab project development and implementation is accompanied by three lab project meetings (scheduled together with regular LOIS modules) and facilitated by online and/or personal supervision and coaching sessions with Open Innovation experts. Lab project coaches will be selected and assigned on the basis of creating the best possible fit between the nature of the Open Innovation in Science project and the coaches’ expertise.
Lab project procedure and schedule:
|15 –16 April 2016||Kick-Off and Module 1|
|5 –8 May 2016||Module 2, 3 and 4|
|17 –19 June 2016||Module 5, 6 and 7|
|30 Sept. – 2 Oct. 2016||Module 8, 9 and 10|
|21 —22 October 2016||Module 11|
|18 —19 November 2016||Module 12 and 13|
|17 February 2017||Closing Module|
|Half a day in April 2017 TBD||Closing Event|
Academic Director of LOIS - Copenhagen Business School, Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Denmark
The LOIS modules apply an interactive and problem-based teaching approach, and combine a mix of mini-lectures, ad-hoc group work based on exercises, good-practice examples and case study analysis, in-class workshops and discussions, and guest speakers. The modules focus on active participation and learning by participants. Lecturers (including guest speakers) support learning and participation through supplying conceptual, tool-based and reflective inputs. To additionally facilitate the bridging between theory and practice, the course will enable participants to discuss and work on questions and challenges from their own professional environments. Problem-based learning is furthermore supported by implementing actual lab projects. Engaging in lab projects provides participants with the possibility to directly translate their learning into practice, and experiment with Open Innovation in Science in a supervised environment.
Participants will receive an overall programme certificate upon completion of the entire programme, as well as individual module certificates mentioning the title of the module and its start and end dates at the end of each module.
EUR 1,500 (VAT-exempt) including course materials. The fee does not cover cost of travel or accommodation.
LOIS addresses researchers and scientists from Universities, Universities of Applied Sciences and other (non-profit) research organizations.
The first LOIS is primarily targeted towards early- to mid-career scientists in the field of health sciences who: