Créativité et esprit d'entreprise (Master)

Le développement de la créativité et de l'esprit d'entreprendre : ces ateliers, qui prennent souvent la forme de projets intégrés, s'échelonnent de la conception à la réalisation concrète d'un projet entrepreneurial.


Présentation des différents ateliers de ce piller:

Step by Step, let's put this business model in motion (BMCM)

Langue: Français 
Enseignant-Pilote : Sylvia Nitelet 
Remarque : Prérequis - a solid business model
Type B

The objectives are

  • To review the Business model thoroughly, challenge it, reframe it and test it
  • Establish the next steps to action + Key Performance Indicator(s) for each step
  • Establish criteria for go / no go
  • Understand what an incubator is and how to interact with it

Option 1: The students have followed the Bachelor workshop and (or not but) have a solid Business Model
>> Workshop objectives remain de same

Option 2: The students haven’t followed the Bachelor workshop
>> Workshop objectives are the same but there will be additional “hone-work” to create the initial BM

Développer son leadership avec les neurosciences : gestion du changement et créativité (CHAN)

Langue : français
Enseignant-Pilote : Martine Rensonnet
Remarque: aucun pré-requis
Type A

Accepterions-nous d’engager un garagiste qui ne connait pas le fonctionnement des voitures? Non bien entendu !

Que penser d’un manager qui ne s’intéresse pas au fonctionnement du cerveau ?

Un atelier pour partir à la découverte des mécanismes cérébraux en jeux dans un thème important de la vie de manager: le changement.

La gestion du changement, la gestion de situation complexe avec sérénité et la créativité sont aujourd’hui des compétences de leadership indispensables à n’importe quelle organisation.

Et si notre cerveau avait la solution ?!

Au menu de l’atelier:

  • Découvrir et comprendre les mécanismes cérébraux à l’œuvre dans la gestion de nos automatismes et de notre adaptabilité
  • Tester des outils et méthodes d’entrainement cérébral de gestion du changement.
  • Découvrir et expérimenter en quoi et comment mon fonctionnement cérébral peut être mon meilleur allié… ou mon meilleur ennemi dans la gestion du changement.
  • Découvrir, vivre et expérimenter les différentes stratégies de productions d’idées. Comment les produire et comment les gérer.
  • M’outiller pour développer un leadership personnel et adapté aux situations de ma futur vie professionnelle.

Oui, à l’instar de n’importe quel sport, il est possible de « muscler » son cerveau pour faciliter l’accès aux compétences de notre mode adaptatif!

Bienvenue à l’atelier-entrainement!

Developing consulting skills in organisational design (COSK)

Langue: anglais
Enseignant-pilote: Louise Colling
Remarque: aucun pré-requis
Type A

Organisations are accelerating their transformation pace, as ever-growing expectations, environmental constraints and technological breakthrough impact their activities - among other triggers. They rely on management consultants to support them and redesign their organisation (processes, governance, HR, management, infrastructure, etc.).

Becoming a consultant in organisation and management is an exciting and demanding journey; a junior consultant is expected to display a wide range of hard (organisational design, HR processes, project management, stakeholder engagement, change management, etc.) and soft (growth mindset, relationships, leadership, business acumen, etc.) skills and hit the ground running.

If you envision a career in management consulting and/or if you are interested in organisational transformation, this workshop will help you (1) understand the objectives and context of organisational design, (2) learn an approach and methodology for OD and (3) develop your skills in OD as you apply it step by step to a case study. 

Entrepreneurial marketing (ENTM)

Langue : anglais
Enseignant-Pilote :  Michael Ghilissen
Remarque: aucun pré-requis. 
Type A

Learning from high-potential ventures.

The workshop revolves around professionally-financed businesses that are defined by their use of  technology to create breakthrough opportunity. It is organized around three major themes: 

1. How do you choose your products and your customers and your partners? Why? Because choices must be made quickly since the scarcest resource in any entrepreneurial situation is time. You must focus your effort on those products and customers that leverage the organization's time. Not only will you have to know how to play your part on the team you join, but also you may even have to know how to recruit an industry coalition to deliver the business.

2. How do you apply sales/-marketing tools effectively in an entrepreneurial environment? Why? Because many people who have been successful in mature, stable companies fail when they transition to an entrepreneurial situation. They usually fail for one of two reasons: their team takes too long to make management decisions or they do not know how to make use of the resources that they do have to increase the odds of achieving the ends they desire. Skilled use of the right tools can really help give you a competitive edge.

3. How do you transition from the products and customers you have to the products and customers you need? Why? Because while most companies can find at least some customers to buy their product or service, many fail to move from that small cadre of early adopters to the mainstream of customers that are critical for the long-term viability of a firm. Even in mature businesses, companies that have prospered for years falter as the world around them changes and, suddenly, reward awaits only those who have the skills to leap away from the world that they know towards totally new businesses.

A pratical introduction to (agile) project management (GESP)

Langue : anglais
Enseignant-Pilote : Tolga Bayrak
Remarque: aucun pré-requis
Type B

What is a project? How does one manage it? Why is it important?

This portfolio course aims to bring a practical introduction to project management through a series of base concepts and their application. The course will be supported by many concrete examples and diverse learning methods such as video-interviews, debates, role plays, readings, in-class exercises, presentations and deep-dives on topics chosen by the students.

The focus lies on clear and concrete content that can be immediately useful for students looking to develop their own project, answer project management related interview questions and apply it in a professional context

By the end of the course, the students should master and be able to explain the following concepts (non-exhaustive list):

  • Basic project management understanding and the difference between a project and a process
  • The different levels of project management (Project team vs. Program vs. Portfolio)
  • Traditional (waterfall) vs. Agile project management
  • Key events in project management such as project kick-off, status meetings, daily stand-ups, steering committees, etc.
  • Project governance and associated governance structures
  • The different stages of a project lifecycle (start, life, close) and associated artefacts (project brief, etc.)
  • The most common tooling used to support project management
  • Risk and issue logs
  • Project plan with milestones, events, objectives, streams and available resources
  • Associated concepts such as stakeholder, expectations and scope management
  • Social and relational aspects c project management within the context of a given organization
  • What is Agile project management, its strengths and applicability
  • Estimating in an agile context with Estimation Poker

Occuper un poste à responsabilité dans un OIC (GOIC)

Langue : français
Enseignant-Pilote : Joséphine Capodici
Remarque: cet atelier n’est accessible qu’au président, à la présidente, au vice-président ou à la vice-présidente d’un OIC important. Si vous avez un doute sur votre éligibilité, prenez contact avec Mme Capodici pour confirmer la validité de votre choix.
Type A

L’objet de cet atelier est de permettre aux étudiants prenant en charge la gestion de chacun des grands OIC de voir reconnaitre leur travail dans le cadre de l’atelier de compétences. Il ne s’adresse qu’aux gestionnaires principaux de ces OIC, présidents et vice-présidents, et est fonction du volume d’activité représenté par ces fonctions (gestion d’équipe, comptabilité, gestion des stocks, organisation d’événements, etc). L’atelier suivra le travail des responsables tout au long de l’année et leur permettra d’obtenir avis et conseils auprès de Mme Capodici.

Si vous avez l’intention de vous inscrire dans cet atelier, veuillez d’abord contacter Mme Capodici pour vous assurer que vous entrez bien dans les conditions d’admissions.

New Insights on Project Management (INPM)

Langue: English 
Enseignant-Pilote : Sylvia Nitelet 
Remarque : no pre-requisites
Type B

If you go looking for it, you will find several theoretical approaches to project management, all with a specific view on how to do things. But how to choose among all those? Is there really one best way? And if it exists, how to convert it into practice?

This workshop will introduce students to at least two methods of project management (waterfall and agile), with the belief that the choice of a good project management approach is based on a throughout understanding of the context and of the various roles of a project manager – in charge of the project accomplishment, of course, but also in charge of a team and its specific dynamics.

Taught by an expert project manager, this workshop will rely on group dynamics, collective intelligence and a lot of practical exercises to help you develop your project management skills.

 

Se motiver en toutes circonstances… ou presque ! (MOTV)

Langue: français
Enseignant-pilote: Martine Rensonnet
Remarque : aucun pré-requis
Type A

Accepterions-nous d’engager un garagiste qui ne connait pas le fonctionnement des voitures ? Non bien entendu ! Que penser d’un manager qui ne s’intéresse pas au fonctionnement du cerveau ? Un atelier pour partir à la découverte des mécanismes cérébraux en jeux dans un thème important de la vie de manager : la motivation.

La motivation. Tout le monde en parle « Si tu es motivé, tu réussiras (tes études, dans la vie, ton boulot, etc.) ! ». Mais suffit-il de donner un ballon à un footballeur pour le motiver ?

Un atelier pour explorer la motivation :

  • Comprendre ce qu’est la motivation et les mécanismes cérébraux qui la gouvernent. En découvrir les sources et les facettes
  • Définir mon profil de motivation personnel
  • Apprendre comment, concrètement et personnellement, réguler ma motivation au fil de mes études et de ma carrière
  • Découvrir et tester comment l’expression des motivations personnelles peut être un levier de développement personnel et managérial
  • Faire le lien entre motivation, talents, potentiels, plaisir et efficacité professionnelle
  • Réduire la part de hasard qui conditionne, motive ou démotive nos relations professionnelles.

Develop a City Branding Strategy (PLAB)

Langue : anglais/français
Enseignant-Pilote : Anne-Christine Cadiat
Remarque: aucun pré-requis
Type B

Cities are today facing competition just like most products, services and organizations. Several cities decided to jump on the marketing train and developed a branding strategy. Of course cities aren’t common goods, they have specific characteristics and attributes. Branding a city is somewhat different from branding a consumer good. We have to take into account all the actors that will take part in the branding strategy and all the targets that a city might want to reach.  

We will focus on our local environment: our beautiful city of Liège. City managers will be invited to share with us their current projects. You will then collect complementary information about this situation, analyze the data you collected and creatively develop a branding strategy for our city. To reach this goal, you will work in teams. At the end of the workshop, each team presents its own project in front of classmates and city representatives.

Testing your Project with Pre-totyping (VENL)

Language : english
Teacher- Pilot :  Frédéric Ooms
Note: no pre-requisites, but bringing in an entrepreneurial project to develop and reflect on is a real bonus. 
Type A

You have a great idea you would like to turn into a valid and profitable product or service? You see yourself as an entrepreneur in the future? You have a lot of great ideas, but you don’t know how to assess their interest for the market?

The method of pretotyping will help you to test your ideas and define whether your project is valid to enter the market… and if not, to see how you could make it so.

This workshop takes place on two full days, and will greatly profit from your bringing in your entrepreneurial ideas.

Dernière mise à jour : 22/09/2020