In this short course, the participants are invited to co-create a coaching programme for managers and directors of RIs and CFs, that will enable managers to implement new management skills in their own RI instead of seeking support from external consultants.
The objective of this short course is to develop the competencies required for RIs managers to build highly empowered, cohesive, accountable, and performing teams.
This short course draws from recent advancements in socio-economic impact (SEI) assessments of RIs. The first part introduces different SEI assessment frameworks and the methodologies used to assess RIs and CFs costs and benefits. The second presents in-depth case studies, including full cost-benefit analyses and assessments of specific types of benefits
This course focuses on the interplay between research and entrepreneurship when
creating innovations with a societal impact. The aim is to give participants more insight into establishing relationships with the industry and deepen their understanding of how to best align interests with the industry and assess innovative projects. It will combine theoretical aspects, showcases and testimonials from invited speakers, and practical sessions that take into consideration and draw inspiration from the diverse backgrounds of the participants. Basic concepts will be first introduced in traditional lectures, after which the participants get to demonstrate their understanding of the subject through showcases, exercises and teamwork assignments.
This short course is designed to help RI managers enhance their skills and knowledge in defining and implementing key data management policies across the research lifecycle. Key topics include creating comprehensive data policies, establishing and respecting FAIR principles for data, and developing effective data management plans.
This short course takes an extensive overview of the various ethical, legal and social issues of science, that are affected by the international environment, open accessibility, and relationship with national or international institutions, companies and citizens.
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This short course introduces the lifecycle analysis of RIs, from the conceptual design phase
to the implementation, and the different organization levels typically associated with each
phase. The transitions between the organizational models are analysed with practical
examples of RIs at different organisational phases.This module provides the conceptual lens and analytical tools for RIs in order to achieve long-term goals. The emphasis is on understanding the complexity of RI environment, decision-making and implementing the strategy process within the organisation. The course has a very practical emphasis with a wide variety of cases, in-class discussion to enhance relevance.