Altran-Harvard course on innovation
06/04/2008
The innovation course, developed by a joint Altran-Harvard team, has been running for three years.
This course gives participants an opportunity to explore the following issues: · What are the keys to successful innovation from concept to market? · What roles do creativity and teamwork play in the value-creation process? · What is the best way to meet the many complex scientific and technological challenges coming from our network? The course, "Innovation in Science and Engineering", has been run by the Altran Group for the past three years at the Plateau de Saclay (a science and technology centre) and co-funded by Paris-Ile-de-France Capital Economique, with the participation of students from the following institutions of higher learning: HEC, Supélec, Polytechnique, Institut d'Optique, Université Paris-Sud, Université Versailles Saint-Quentin and Université d'Evry. The course has received the support of the French Ministry of Research and Higher Learning. Upcoming sessions: · Seven three-hour sessions on Tuesday mornings. · Dates: 1 April, 8 April, 15 April, 6 May, 13 May, 20 May and 27 May, 200