In Leuphana Digital School’s new course “Solution and Innovation Skills”, led by Hon.-Prof Dr Peer Ederer, participants will learn how to discover and innovate towards their success in professional as well as in real life challenges.
With this skill of “Innovativeness” they can overcome challenges in professional as much as in personal life. Push towards new frontiers and discover possibilities of pioneering. The key to being innovative is to find, develop and implement solutions for complex problems. This online course on “Solution and Innovation Skills” helps you in doing just that.
Distinguished academics and experts have teamed up to present their latest research results and insights around the topics of innovation and Complex Problem Solving. The course was developed conjunctly with Zeppelin University and the EU-funded research project “LLLightinEurope”. Researchers from institutions such as the Harvard Business School, the MIT Media Lab, the Harvard Kennedy School, the University of Luxembourg, the Wageningen University and the TIAS School for Business and Society in the Netherlands have helped to develop the ideas for this course.
The course will start on October 8 and last for 10 weeks until December 13. Participants around the globe are invited to take part. There are no prerequisites.
After successful completion of the course, participants may obtain a university certificate worth 5 Credit Points (ECTS), which they may transfer towards their own degree program. In doing so, the Module Description might help providing an overview of the content and parameters. For the certificate, a nominal handling fee of EUR 20,- is charged via PayPal.
For more information please visit: www.solution-skills-mooc.com