Episode 1: Intrapreneurship: Employee-Driven Innovations – openSAP Invites

Episode 1: Intrapreneurship: Employee-Driven Innovations

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Welcome to openSAP Invites! I’m your host, Elisabeth Riemann, and in this episode, we’ve invited  Christian Friedl, Senior Lecturer at the Institute of International Management in Graz, Austria to talk to us about the BizMOOC Knowledge Alliance. It was founded in 2016 to enable a European-wide exploitation of the potential of MOOCs (for anyone who’s new to the topic - that’s, Massive Open Online Courses), for the world of business.

We’ll be highlighting the course “Intrapreneurship – Employee-Driven Innovations”, which ran on openSAP between February and March this year. We’ll be talking intrapreneurship, entrepreneurship, and the difference between the two. I’m keen to learn more about his research into learners’ intentions to discover whether MOOCs, like these are entertainment, edutainment, or more? With a bit of luck, I hope we can persuade Chris to share some of his first findings from the course surveys. Let’s see.

Guest: Christian Friedl

Senior Lecturer at the Institute of International Management at FH JOANNEUM

University of Applied Sciences in Graz (AT)

(Entrepreneurship, Business Development, and Project Management)

Christian’s research focuses on (corporate) entrepreneurship, university-business corporation, and edupreneurship. He’s leader of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Austria, founder and coordinator of several EU-wide research initiatives (e.g. CORSHIP - Corporate Edupreneurship, BizMOOC – Knowledge Alliance on business MOOCs or KTU – Establishing University Knowledge Transfer Units) and develoing MOOCs and innovative trainings for companies to nurture innovation skills. Christian holds Master´s degrees in Business Administration, Environmental System Sciences, and European Project and Public Management and is Doctoral Candidate at the University of Graz. Besides academia, he was an entrepreneur in the music industry.

Show Notes:

Hosted by Elisabeth Riemann - Senior Knowledge Consultant & Product Manager, openSAP

Social Media

Twitter: @ElisabethRiema1

LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/elisabeth-riemann-213838131 

Welcome to openSAP Invites! I’m your host, Elisabeth Riemann, and in this episode, we’ve invited  Christian Friedl, Senior Lecturer at the Institute of International Management in Graz, Austria to talk to us about the BizMOOC Knowledge Alliance. It was founded in 2016 to enable a European-wide exploitation of the potential of MOOCs (for anyone who’s new to the topic – that’s, Massive Open Online Courses), for the world of business.

We’ll be highlighting the course “Intrapreneurship – Employee-Driven Innovations”, which ran on openSAP between February and March this year. We’ll be talking intrapreneurship, entrepreneurship, and the difference between the two. I’m keen to learn more about his research into learners’ intentions to discover whether MOOCs, like these are entertainment, edutainment, or more? With a bit of luck, I hope we can persuade Chris to share some of his first findings from the course surveys. Let’s see.

Guest: Christian Friedl

Senior Lecturer at the Institute of International Management at FH JOANNEUM

University of Applied Sciences in Graz (AT)

(Entrepreneurship, Business Development, and Project Management)

Christian’s research focuses on (corporate) entrepreneurship, university-business corporation, and edupreneurship. He’s leader of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Austria, founder and coordinator of several EU-wide research initiatives (e.g. CORSHIP – Corporate Edupreneurship, BizMOOC – Knowledge Alliance on business MOOCs or KTU – Establishing University Knowledge Transfer Units) and develoing MOOCs and innovative trainings for companies to nurture innovation skills. Christian holds Master´s degrees in Business Administration, Environmental System Sciences, and European Project and Public Management and is Doctoral Candidate at the University of Graz. Besides academia, he was an entrepreneur in the music industry.

Show Notes:

Hosted by Elisabeth Riemann – Senior Knowledge Consultant & Product Manager, openSAP

Social Media

Twitter: @ElisabethRiema1

LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/elisabeth-riemann-213838131