University of Calgary

ENTI 609 - Technology and Innovation Management - Fall 2021

The dynamics of innovation as the primary driving force within firms and modern industrialized economies. Potential concepts are: incremental versus radical innovations, market-pull versus technology-push theories, dominant designs, technological trajectories, key factors for successful innovation. The emergence of new technologies; the importance of national and regional innovation systems; the role of science, regulations and social pressure in innovations dynamics; knowledge management; and implications for firms in rapidly changing industrial settings may be discussed. Also known as: (formerly Entrepreneurship and Innovation 793)
This course may not be repeated for credit.


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This course will be offered next in Fall 2022.
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