Electronics and Computer Engineering

International Technology Management

Integrated course, 3.50 ECTS

 

Course content

- Global technology companies (structures, legal basis)
- Examples of globally active technology companies (Intel, Infineon,
AT&S, AVL)
- Financing of international projects, financing of the internationalisation process
- Corporate management, corporate culture in international technology companies

Learning outcomes

Graduates
- are familiar with the development processes in electronics,
- are familiar with the basic economic relationships in terms of globally active technology companies
- are familiar with the fundamentals of innovation management
- are able to present the results of their work in a comprehensible manner.

Recommended or required reading and other learning resources / tools

Books:
- Burgelman, Christensen, Wheelwright: Strategic Management of
Technology and Innovation
- Dodgson, Gann,Phillips: The Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management
Journals:
- International Conference on Engineering, Technology and
Innovation / IEEE.

Mode of delivery

Integrated course

Prerequisites and co-requisites

Bachelor’s degree programme

Assessment methods and criteria

Continuous assessment