FREE/OPEN COURSE ON: “BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT COMPETENCIES IN A WEB 2.0 WORLD”
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We kindly like to invite you to join us on a new, collaborative and global business course that is FREE (of cost) and OPEN to all!


“BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT COMPETENCIES IN A WEB 2.0 WORLD” is a 10-module course and is targeted at business students, managers and professionals alike. The course consists of academic and professional strands. Each strand can be taken separately or combined. Modules can also be taken individually.



The course will start on Monday November 1st 2010. To learn more about the course, please see the attached information flyer. To register for the course, or just for some of its modules, please go to www.open-ed.eu.

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FREE/OPEN COURSE ON: “BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT COMPETENCIES IN A WEB 2.0 WORLD” Document Transcript

  • 1.                                                                 BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT COMPETENCIES IN A WEB 2.0 WORLD A FREE/OPEN COURSE Join us on a new, collaborative and global business course that is FREE and OPEN to all! This 10-module business course is targeted at business students, managers and professionals alike. The course consists of academic and professional strands. Each strand can be taken separately or combined. Modules can also be taken individually. Learning Outcomes: The learning outcomes for the course are to: • Gain insight into contemporary enterprises, including ethical approaches. • Obtain experience and a critical understanding of web-based tools and services for collaboration, intelligence gathering and research in relation to business and management • Develop skills in project management, communication, team-working, research and change management. More details on the specific learning outcomes are available for each module. Cost: Participation: FREE | For information on the type of certificates available, please see the course website. Registration: To register for the course, or just for some of its modules, please go to www.open-ed.eu (Please note: You can always update your selected modules free of charge at a later point). Course Duration: Total 12 weeks | Start: 1 Nov 2010 | End: 04 Feb 2010 Course Modules & Times Course Introduction Day Start: 01 Nov 2010 | End: 01 Nov 2010 Module 1: Tools for collaboration Start: 02 Nov 2010 | End: 19 Nov 2010 Module 2: Searching for information Start: 02 Nov 2010 | End: 19 Nov 2010 in business and management Module 3: Project management Start: 02 Nov 2010 | End: 19 Nov 2010 Module 4 : Developing personal skills in communication Start: 22 Nov 2010 | End: 03.Dec 2010 Module 5 A1: What is the question? Start: 06 Dec 2010 | End: 23 Dec 2010 Module 5 A2: Quantitative and qualitative analysis tools Start: 03 Jan 2011 | End: 21 Jan 2011 Module 5 P1: Introduction to the contemporary Start: 06 Dec 2010 | End: 23 Dec 2010 enterprise and managerial functions Module 5 P2: Project management advanced Start: 03 Jan 2011 | End: 14 Jan 2011 Module 5 P3: Change management Start: 10 Jan 2011 | End: 21 Jan 2011 Module 6: The ethical organisation Start: 24 Jan 2011 | End: 28 Jan 2011 Final Presentations & Wrap up & Best-Of Polls Start: 31 Jan 2011 | End: 04 Feb 2011 Further contacts: Hugo Magalhães (hugomagalhaes@spi.pt), Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação, PT Andreas Meiszner (meiszner@merit.unu.edu), United Nations University UNU-MERIT, NL Industry Support: Funded by:   This project has been funded with support from the European   Commission. The contents reflect the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use   which may be made of the information contained therein. |     503641-LLP-1-2009-1-PT-