Founding partners
About the programme
The International Mini MBA Energy Transition and Innovation
is designed to enhance p...
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The future of energy and the ensuing business opportunities and challenges

A programme of EDI and Nyenrode Business University
Includes lectures from the International Energy Agency and RWTH Aachen

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  1. 1. Founding partners About the programme The International Mini MBA Energy Transition and Innovation is designed to enhance participants’ understanding of the latest developments in the energy industry, and develop competences required to effectively respond to challenges and opportunities in the energy world in transition. This programme is developed and implemented in cooperation with Nyenrode Business University and the RWTH Aachen University of Technology. The course combines traditional learning experience in the classroom with online learning. During the first two modules, participants will learn about business aspects of energy transition and innovation, while management insights, leadership and attendee reflection are discussed during the last module. In between these two blocks, there is a break, when participants write their ‘ Innovation Essay’ and receive an innovation skills-oriented online learning package. Module 1: Energy Insights Location: Nyenrode Campus, Breukelen, The Netherlands The aim of this 2-day module is to get a clear picture of ongoing developments and trends in the energy industry, and examine a long term perspective. Topics of this module include: • Technology developments and their implications for the energy business • Resource availability, climate and sustainability issues • IEA scenarios and outlook on a global scale • Innovation dynamics: how to respond to today’s disruptive changes • The role of gas in the worldwide energy transition • Scenario planning and translation into business models Joint Excellence Programme International Mini MBA Energy Transition and Innovation The future of energy and the ensuing business opportunities and challenges 1ST MODULE STARTS 12 APRIL 2016
  2. 2. T +31 (0) 88 11 66 800 F +31 (0) 88 11 66 899 E info@energydelta.nl I www.energydelta.org About Energy Delta Institute Energy Delta Institute (EDI) is an international energy business school. Through a rich variety of energy education programmes and networking activities we prepare energy professionals for challenges they face in their dynamic environment. EDI was founded in 2002 by GasTerra B.V., N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie, OAO Gazprom, Shell and the University of Groningen, later joined by A.Hak and EBN. The energy community has come to appreciate EDI both as a platform of knowledge exchange between partners and participants alike. The changing energy world is forcing energy companies to innovate in order to stay competitive. In addition, the energy sector is confronting the possibility of a growing shortage of qualified personnel in the coming decades. The sector has only one choice: to invest in knowledge. Our programmes and events respond to this urgent need, and focus on the economic, management, legal and geopolitical aspects of energy business. All dates, locations and prices may be subject to change. Sharing the Energy of Knowledge. Module 2: Business Insights and Policies Location: Nyenrode Campus, Breukelen, The Netherlands This 2-day module is built upon the fist module, and focuses on some of the business skills that are necessary for the energy world in transition. The transition is strongly influenced by energy innovation policies, which will also be addressed. At the end of this module, participants are asked to write an essay on a topic related to energy innovation and transition. Topics of this module include: • Translating innovation to business value • Business road-mapping and marketing • Energy innovation policies and companies responses to them • Changing business environments and new business models • New energy realities and major trends in the global energy industry Module 3: Participant reflections and leadership skills Location: RWTH Aachen University, Germany In this 3-day module the participants present their essays to each other, a highly valuable part of the course. Furthermore, the German Energie Wende is reviewed as an example of a nation-wide energy transition. The course closes with a reflection on opportunities and the required leadership skills. Topics of this module include: • Energy Wende and its role in the European energy transition • Presentations of participants ‘ Innovation Essays’ • Reflection on Innovation Essays: relevance and application to participant’s companies, business environment or policy context • Visit to E.ON Energy Research Centre • Opportunities, skills and leadership in energy world in transition Target audience This Mini MBA is targeted at professionals who already have considerable working experience in the energy sector. In particular, it is suited for the mid- and senior career level positions from multidisciplinary departments in energy companies, examples of the positions are: • Business development managers • Strategy consultants/managers • Operational, portfolio and risk managers • Marketing and performance consultants/managers • Innovation, research and development advisors • Energy business analysts Certification Participants of the Mini MBA Energy Transition and Innovation will receive a certificate on behalf of Nyenrode Business University and Energy Delta Institute. Investment € 5.995,- (accommodation costs and VAT excluded) “The energy world faces a huge transition. Companies, policymakers and customers alike are looking for an energy system that is characterised by sustainability – economic, societal and ecological. With it’s focus on transition skills and insights, this course is tuned to these exciting times.” Bert Stuij Programme Director of the Mini MBA Energy Transition and Innovation

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