New Markets and New Technologies

Catalogue des cours de Télécom Ecole de Management


ICT 6501


PostGraduate (MBA)


Société de l’information

Langue d'enseignement


Crédits ECTS


Heures programmées / Charge de travail

28 / 42


  • EPINETTE Olivier
  • GUYON Sylvie


- Direction des Formations et de la Pédagogie

Equipe pédagogique

  • TRANCHIER Didier


Participants will understand:
- what is an innovative eco-system, what are the actors and how they work together
- how innovation processes take place,
- how they can be replicated or reproduced in other contexts,under constraints and conditions.

Master techniques used in business management and be able to combine them to create or develop a business
Understand the interactions between technical systems, public policies, business management and client/customer in the ICT sector
Know how to analyze complex problems in competitive situations and how to use creative techniques to solve them within the ICT industry
Understand the stakes and processes within the ICT industry


New fast emerging economies are now competing with more mature ones. Within that new phenomenon of worldwide competition, new local models of innovation are emerging, leading then to some new technology-based innovation. Frugal innovation in India for instance, well adapted to the country may be sell all over the world and drive the need for new technologies. As well, for the last decade, the model of open-innovation, well developed in Scandinavian countries has led to a worldwide success of open source software.






100% of the mark concerns individual involvement in discussions and presentations during the class.

Approches pédagogiques

Lectures, real-case work and sharing of business experiences and anecdotes from or innovation specialists.
Comparative analysis of innovative ecosystem observed during the tours.



Fiche mise à jour : 21/03/2017 13:39:26