Welcome back to the winter term 2021/2022 from your team at the Institute for Innovation Management (IIM).
We will continue to offer most (especially large) courses in digital format due to the ongoing challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and will ensure digital access to all our teaching events and formats. Please stay tuned for details on each of our courses and check back often.
For general information and measures taken by the LMU Munich School of Management concerning the coronavirus, please refer to the ISC website, which is continuously updated. Please visit the ISC site often and regularly. ISC updates and information also apply to how we operate at our institute.
Thank you for your understanding and stay healthy.
Through teaching across varied audiences, we aim to disseminate cumulative and emerging knowledge in the domain of innovation and equip our learners with the necessary tools to effectively engage in innovation management.
Please follow the links for more information about current course offerings.
All courses in the coming semesters are linked to the LSF, where you can find all administrative information as well as all course material.
Bachelor courses (B.Sc.)
|START with Business Modelling, Bachelor students support start-ups||L/P||Prof. Spanjol||2/2||9||x|
|Bachelor Seminar: "Innovating for Organizational, Market, and Societal Impact"||S||Prof. Spanjol||4||6||x|
|Bachelor Seminar: "Current Challenges in Innovation Management"||S||Prof. Spanjol||4||6||x|
|Bachelor Specialization Module: Technology & Innovation II "Managing the Front End of Innovation"||L/T||Prof. Spanjol||2/2||6||x|
|BWL in Theorie und Praxis (Ringvorlesung)||L||Prof. Spanjol||2||-||x|
Type = Course Type (L: Lecture, T: Tutorial, S: Seminar, P: Proseminar)
SPW = Semester hours per week
Master courses (M.Sc.)
|Course||Type||Lecturer||SPW||ECTS||Winter term||Summer term|
|Fachspezifische Grundlagen: Innovation and Digital Business "New Products: From Ideas to Markets"||L/T||Prof. Spanjol||2/4||9||
|Spezialisierung und Wahlpflichtmodul "Feeding and Managing the Innovation Pipeline"||L/T||Prof. Spanjol||2/2||6||x|
|Master Seminar: "Innovating for Impact" Winter Term||S||Prof. Spanjol||4||6||x|
|Master Seminar: "Innovating for Impact" Summer Term||S||Prof. Spanjol||4||6||x|
|Master Seminar: "Empirical Research in New Product Development"||S||Prof. Spanjol||4||6|
|Master Seminar: "Social Entrepreneurship"||S||Prof. Spanjol||4||6||x|
Summer Term 2021
|Project Course Innovation Management||P||Prof. Spanjol||8||12||Winter Term 2021/22|
|Master of Business Research (MBR)
|L||Prof. Spanjol Prof. Hofmann||2||3||x|
Type = Course Type (L: Lecture, T: Tutorial, S: Seminar, P: Project Course)
SPW = Semester hours per week
Courses marked with an (x) are offered (in the main responsibility) by another chair in the corresponding semester.
Note: The scope of a seminar paper relates to the number of ECTS points that can be earned for successful participation in the seminar. This scope is measured by the number of signs of the paper, including blanks. In general, the scope of a paper in a 3 ECTS-seminar constitutes 22,200 signs (approx. 10 pages, excluding figures and tables) and 44,400 signs (approx. 20 pages) for a 6 ECTS seminar. However, these guidelines are only valid for seminars, in which the seminar paper is the only examination form. When the examination form consists of more than one parts, the length of the seminar paper will be reduced accordingly. For example, if the seminar examination for a 6 ECTS-seminar consists of a presentation and papers, each examination part accounts for 3 ECTS (50% presentation, 50% paper). In this case, the length of the seminar paper equals 22,2000 signs (3 ECTS).