We regularly organize seminars, workshops, and educational programs that are open for anybody.
- Seminar on the Changing Role of the IT Function How can the IT department and the Business become partners in innovation? How can people from both the business and IT work together in agile ways? And how to make sure that the newly developed innovations still align with management agendas? Learn more about this open seminar here.
- KIN Talks Several times a year, we host KIN Talks; a series of talks during which managers, entrepreneurs, and policy makers discuss novel ideas and practical insights on organizing for digital innovations. The KINTalks are organized by a group of KIN PhD scholars. For more information click here.
- Interactive Masterclasses We regularly organize interactive workshops for professionals. During these workshops we address topics related to digital innovation as we build on our rich experience of research in organizations. These sessions help participants to develop their knowledge and become proficient in understanding the development, use, and consequences of digital innovation in their line of work. Find out more about our workshops here.
Previous Open Events:
- Seminar on ESM On the 16th of March, we organized the open seminar on Enterprise social media. Jeff Treem (University of Texas, Austin), Bart and Han talked about the different elements that may facilitate or frustrate knowledge sharing when implementing and using enterprise social media: how, when, and why may these technologies actually enhance knowledge sharing? Find out more about this seminar here.