Brief Course Description
This course teaches students to review innovative methods and processes and apply them to address specific professional challenges. These innovative methods and processes include organisational structure, meeting procedures, idea generation practices, etc., and including modern technologies such as AI, ICT, and robotics. Students will gain knowledge of these innovative methods and processes so that they can apply them in a professional context. Besides, field visits will be available in the courses to let students experience first-hand how innovative ideas turn into practical solutions.
Overall Course Content and Delivery Mode
Student Sharing and Activities
Students experiencing cutting-edge VR technologies at the VR Lab.
Victor Tee, Votanic’s Head of Business Development, sharing about commercializing new technologies.
On Tuesday, October 12, M.A. in Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management (SEIM) students had the chance to experience exciting new innovations and technologies during a full-day field trip. In the morning, they visited TDX Strategies, a successful startup that focuses on cryptocurrencies and other digital assets investments. Students had the opportunity to talk with the co-founder and CEO, Dick Lo, who shared his experiences on creating a company from scratch. In the afternoon, students went to the Virtual Reality Lab of the Votanic at the University of Hong Kong, where they could try out cutting-edge VR technologies, such as driving simulators created for training Hong Kong airport employees. Finally, students also visited the headquarter of Votanic which creates training and entertainment VR systems. Victor Tee, Votanic’s Head of Business Development, spoke about his personal experience with the students about commercializing new technologies for both the public and private sectors.