Practical Tools for Strategic Innovation Management

A workshop offered by the Transfer Center enaCom

This half-day in-house workshop focuses on practical, directly applicable tools for strategic innovation management and strategy-led research & innovation (R&I) processes.

In-person Workshop

Thursday, June 13, 2024
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.


Dr. Daniela Treutlein & Greta Mittweg-Grapentin




Transfer Center enaCom, Brühler Str. 7

Target Group

Doctoral students and postdocs


Business and Organizations


5 units are applicable within the Doctorate plus or Careers plus certificate

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The workshop will introduce theoretical concepts such as Simple Rules for navigating complex situations and Time-Pacing, which will be illustrated through real-world examples from applied research, business, or public organizations. Following this, you will engage in hands-on exercises where you will learn to apply practical tools like the 'Time-Pacing Diamond' and the 'Ideas2Innovation-Funnel'. By the end of the workshop, you will have acquired a fundamental understanding of strategic innovation management and will depart with actionable tools ready for immediate implementation.


  • Structured chaos: simple rules for complex & dynamic situations
  • Time Pacing and Time Pacing Diamond
  • Ideas2Innovationfunnel: everything in view with outlook on web-based (commercial) innovation platforms


Transfer Center enaCom

Dr. Daniela Treutlein 

+49 228 73-6503

Greta Mittweg-Grapentin

+49 228 73-6505

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