Companies and innovation

The Minor ‘Companies and Innovation’ focuses on new (high-technology) product innovations within established companies, i.e. regular R&D, as well as internal venturing or corporate entrepreneurship, by examining their potential values from diverse aspects such as finance, (innovation) management, strategy, ethics, safety and risk. The starting point is that companies are not isolated entities but are embedded in a social context that requires them to respect important values and expectations. 

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Dr. M.B.O.T. (Michael) Klenk

For whom?

Enterprising and creative students who want to apply their engineering skills to contribute to responsible (product) innovation in established companies. 

What will you learn?

You will learn the essential aspects of the innovation process in established companies through the unique perspective of TU Delft’s Values, Technology, and Innovation (VTI) department. You will study and gain insight into how strategic, managerial, financial, ethical, and safety and risk considerations impact innovation and how they are intertwined.

Course overview

Note: All courses will be given in English.

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Contact details

Michael Klenk

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