Technology and Innovation Management


TIM Teaching Portfolio of the Summer Term 2022

Find out more about our teaching portfoliohere.

Module kick-offs:

  • Fundamentals of Project Management: 19.04, 8 AM, online, after the TIM teaching portfolio presentation
  • TIM Research & Thesis Seminar: 19.04, 2 PM, Room H 6124 (bachelor thesis only)
  • Innovation Management - Process & Actors: 20.04, 10 AM, Room H 3006
  • Organisation und Innovationsmanagement: 20.04, 2 PM online
  • Technology Management: 22.04, 10 AM, Room HFT-TA 441
  • Advanced Research Seminar - Gender and Innovation: 25.04, 8 AM, Room H 7112
  • Managing Innovative Projects: 28.04, 10 Uhr, Room H 1028
  • Advanced Research Seminar - Innovation Management: WILL NOT TAKE PLACE IN THE SUMMER TERM

New guest professor at our chair

We welcome Prof. Dr. Heide Baumann as guest professor at our chair.

After studying engieering, phsychology, cultural studies, she coducted her PhD research on narratives of females in top management possitions at the University of Cambridge. Building on her pioneer profile on digital transformation processes, acquired during her longstanding international leadership experience, Prof. Baumann joins TUB's Programmes for Female Scientists & Professionals.

Her teaching is particularly relevant for master-level students with an interest in innovation management and entrepreneurship and through its digital focus, offers attractive perspectives for industrial engineering and business informatics students.

Prof. Baumann plans to conduct research on the intersection of innovation management, digital transformation, and gender.

(News release from TUB's press office on Oct. 6th, 2021)

„Forced Innovation“ with the chance to break routines

Home office under the conditions of corona, according to Prof. Dr. Søren Salomo, falls into the category of "forced innovation". But even a forced innovation experience can provide opportunities for those affected. How the perception of the advantages and disadvantages of home office differs among different groups and changes over the duration of the home office experience is the subject of an international study initiated by colleagues from the Copenhagen Center for Health Technology, which Salomo is supervising for Germany. 1,800 people from different professional fields and age groups participated from Germany between the beginning of the survey in March and its end in mid-June 2020, and about 700 from Austria. The interim results presented here refer to these two groups, who worked under similar conditions.

Home Office Study 2020 - first results