Singapore University of Social Sciences

IP in R&D and Innovation (IPM573)

Applications Open: To be confirmed

Applications Close: To be confirmed

Next Available Intake: To be confirmed

Course Types: To be confirmed

Language: English

Duration: 6 months

Fees: To be confirmed

Area of Interest: Business Administration, Management

Schemes: To be confirmed

Funding: To be confirmed


Synopsis

IPM573 IP in R&D and Innovation delves into how R&D and intellectual property (IP) play complementary roles in technological innovation and the development of new products. The course explores this from an R&D perspective by assessing the different types of R&D models employed today and identifies IP issues related to R&D. Students will also learn how to determine subsequent steps needed based on issues identified and how to oversee implementation of any strategies.

Level: 5
Credit Units: 5
Presentation Pattern: Every July

Topics

  • Importance of R&D
  • Objectives of IP and R&D in Innovation
  • Types of R&D Models (1)
  • Types of R&D Models (2)
  • IP Issues Related to R&D (1)
  • IP Issues Related to R&D (2)
  • IP Issues Related to R&D (3)
  • Types of Approaches to Deal with IP Issues
  • Implement Suitable Approaches to R&D
  • Monitor Implementation of Suitable Approaches to R&D
  • Relevant Stakeholders
  • Critical Success Factors Dealing with IP Issues in R&D

Learning Outcome

  • Contrast the various types of R&D models
  • Appraise IP issues related to R&D
  • Analyse objectives of approaches in addressing IP issues related to R&D
  • Examine the different types of contractual agreements pertaining to R&D models
  • Evaluate considerations when choosing types of approaches to deal with IP issues
  • Assess critical success factors to deal with IP issues
  • Evaluate different types of R&D models to identify IP issues related to R&D
  • Analyse IP issues related to R&D to identify suitable approaches to address them
  • Determine next steps to implement planned approaches
  • Plan and oversee execution of approaches
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