We have compiled detailed information about the Master's degree program in Leading Innovative Organizations here.
Being mobile despite the climate crisis, enjoying prosperity despite limits to growth – creative business leaders need to find innovative solutions to accommodate our everyday needs while addressing today’s immense societal challenges. The Master's degree program "Leading Innovative Organizations (LIO)" provides you with the expertise you need to turn your ideas into responsible and sustainable new products, services, and processes.
Digitization and globalization are driving the search to find tomorrow's solutions. Successful business leaders understand these megatrends and work proactively to shape the future by taking bold decisions under a high level of uncertainty. We work together with you to hone your creative, entrepreneurial, leadership and analytical skills to successfully master, and even excel, in these kinds of situations.
|Dates for 2022||Course Title||Type|
|11.07.-02.09.||BC1: Foundations of management, opens an external URL in a new window||Online|
|01.08.-09.09.||BC3: Foundations of management science - Part 1, opens an external URL in a new window||Online|
|20.09.-21.09.||BC2: Induction: Team development, opens an external URL in a new window (TUE/WED)||On-Site|
|23.09.-24.09.||BC3: Foundations of management science - Part 2, opens an external URL in a new window (FRI/SAT)||On-Site|
|03.10.||LIO Touchdown and Take-off Event||On-Site|
|07.10.||BC3: Foundations of management science - Exam||On-Site|
Please note: These are the key course resources. Be sure to have a copy by the beginning of the course.
Foundations of Management
|CB1: Leadership and change management||6|
|CB2: Innovation management||6|
|CB3: Entrepreneurship and new business venturing||6|
|CB4: Digital transformation and platform economy||6|
|Social skills and analytical skills||6|
|Research skills I||5|
|Innovation networks and alliances||6|
|Financial and strategic market analysis||6|
|Entrepreneurship and business modeling||6|
|Leadership skills and entrepreneurial skills||6|
|Research skills II||5|
You are free to choose your elective courses. We recommend, however, that students in the LIO program choose electives that supplement their undergraduate education with the following basic pillars in the LIO program:
So if, for example, you have a biology or engineering background, you most likely have strong analytical skills but may want to expand on your knowledge of social theory and business administration beyond the basic courses in the LIO program which, for instance, do not have a strong emphasis on finance and accounting. Conversely, if you have an undergraduate degree in business administration, you may want to take elective courses in programming or business informatics to learn more about this field. If you have an academic background in social sciences or humanities, we recommend focusing on taking some basic business administration courses in addition to improving your understanding of statistics and mathematics. If you earned your undergraduate degree at a university of applied sciences, we recommend completing a few theory-oriented courses.
JKU offers a range of courses in all of these areas which students can attend. An overview of courses offered in English is available here:
Each term, we also provide a specific list of available elective recommendations via Moodle. You can also contact the LIO office if you have any questions about possible electives: email@example.com, opens an external URL in a new window
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