Masterclass: Business Innovation in Life Science

Learn how to shape the future of life science
27 Sep, 28 Sep, 25 Oct, 26 Oct 2022

On location

English

24,800 DKK ex VAT
(app. 3,334 EUR ex VAT)

Summary

Do you want to shape the future of life science, but need knowledge about what drives growth and innovation in the field?

Up to 8.6% annual growth and 30.000 additional jobs by the year 2030 are some of the numbers that make the growth potential in life science very tangible. If you and your company want to play a central role, you must be able to apply new thinking, take an active part in strategic collaborations and contribute to breaking down silos internally and across industry and sector boundaries. The future of life science consists of converging industries, corporate partnerships, as well as PPP and PPI collaborations, and much focus is on the importance of mastering the landscape of 5D: Drugs, Devices, Diagnostics, Digital health and Data.

This four day Masterclass programme will give you insights, tools and competencies that strengthen your own position in a competitive market and at the same time enable you to support the continued growth of your company. During 2x2 course days, the participants go through 8 modules that introduce the prerequisites for business innovation in life science.

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The programme is offered as a collaboration between Center for Corporate Governance (CBS) and Atrium and is the first of its kind, where innovation and management in a life science perspective define the course content. Researchers from CBS contribute with the latest theoretical knowledge and cases within management and innovation, while experienced leaders and specialists from life science contribute with concrete insights and experiences.

There will be plenty networking opportunities as well as interaction with peers during case work. The masterclass program is finalized with an individual written assignment that is handed in a week after the last course day.

Key words

  • Business Innovation
  • Strategic partnerships
  • Biotech
  • Pharma
  • Medtech
  • Digital health
  • 5D


 

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Course leader(s) & Lecturer(s)

  • Tom Kirchmaier
    Course leader
    Professor, Copenhagen Business School and Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics (LSE)
    Copenhagen Business School
  • Palle Høy Jacobsen
    Lecturer
    Ass. Professor and Study Director, Department of Strategy and Innovation
    Copenhagen Business School
  • Julie Enevold Brooker
    Lecturer
    Country Director Denmark
    Janssen Cilag
  • Andreas Wieland
    Lecturer
    Ass. Professor, Department of Operations Management
    Copenhagen Business School
  • Henrik Dramer Hansen
    Lecturer
    CEO
    Macure Pharma
  • Torben Juul Andersen
    Lecturer
    Professor, Department of International Economics, Government and Business
    Copenhagen Business School
  • Pernille Schmidt
    Lecturer
    Director, healthcare Development
    Roche Diagnostics A/S
  • Diana Arsovic Nielsen
    Lecturer
    CEO, Danish Life Science cluster
    Danish Life Science Cluster
  • Christoph Grimpe
    Lecturer
    Professor, Department of Strategy and Innovation
    Copenhagen Business School
  • Thomas Senderovitz
    Lecturer
    Senior Vice President, Data Science - Development
    Novo Nordisk A/S
  • Ulrich Irgens
    Lecturer
    General Manager, One Health
    Novozymes a/s
  • Caspar Rose
    Lecturer
    Ass. Professor, PhD., Department of Accounting
    Copenhagen Business School
  • Christina Kjær
    Lecturer
    PhD Fellow, Department of Accounting
    Copenhagen Business School
  • Susanne Stormer
    Lecturer
    ESG & Sustainability Services Leader
    PwC
  • Leif Christensen
    Lecturer
    Ass. Professor, Department of Accounting
    Copenhagen Business School
  • Kasim Kutay
    Lecturer
    CEO
    Novo Holdings A/S
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IS THIS COURSE FOR YOU?

This Masterclass programme is for you if you already have a career in life science working in top management, middle management, project management or in an otherwise senior capacity, and who wants to improve your competencies to engage in and lead innovative projects across functions and organisations.

You most likely have a background from the scientific, technical, engineering or mathematics fields and work in pharma, med/biotech, digital health, or related industries (e.g. food industry).

What you will learn

  1. Insight into what drives growth and innovation in life science.
  2. General knowledge about strategy, governance, and business models.
  3. Knowledge about various approaches to innovation.
  4. Understanding of the importance of being able to lead and work across professional and organizational boundaries.
  5. Understanding of the value of data science as a means to risk mitigation.


What your company will get

  1. An employee who can actively lead or engage in innovative projects, internally as well as with partners.
  2. An employee who understands business and can contribute to the continued growth of the company.
  3. An employee who knows the various approaches to innovation, including the 5D paradigm.
  4. An employee who understands the importance of engaging in strategic partnerships across professional and organizational boundaries.


Course calendar

Starting 27 Sep 2022
27 Sep 2022 8:30-17:15

Day 1

MODULE 1:

Leadership in life science
Setting the scene with an exploration of the state of the life science ‘industry” and an introduction to leadership as a theoretical and practical phenomenon.

MODULE 2:

Sustainability

Understanding concepts within and around sustainability in a life science context, how we measure and report on sustainability and the future of pharma business model including the life science logic and life science dilemma.

28 Sep 2022 8:30-17:15

DAY 2

MODULE 3:

Organizational structure and strategy
Understanding strategy and how it affects organizational work and structures. Strategy development in a partnership-based setting and leadership in an agile organizational transformation.

MODULE 4:

Supply Chain Management

Understanding how value is created across global supply chains and how to apply relevant supply chain strategies. Investigating the environmental aspect of supply chain decision making and the role of resilience in a global supply chain.

25 Oct 2022 8:30-17:15

DAY 3

MODULE 5:

Innovation

Covering various approaches to innovation, product development, and organizational value from innovations. Introduction of the 5D paradigm, which includes drugs, devices, diagnostics, digital health and data. 

MODULE 6:

Data science and operational risk management

Covering big data analysis, data understanding, and data science strategy. Also covering business law, regulation, and compliance in areas such as patents and clinical studies, including crisis management and communication.

26 Oct 2022 8:30-17:15

DAY 4

MODULE 7:

Business Models
Looking into various business models and their elements and interconnections. Presentation of the Business Model Canvas and how to work with elements that impact decision making, e.g. market situation, customers, and revenue models.

MODULE 8:

Governance, accounting, and finance
Introducing various governance systems and the role of a board. Covering important aspects such as financial statement analysis, economic control, cost analysis, funding of new projects, mergers and acquisition cases and more.

Practical information

Registration

Registration deadline
23 Sep 2022
Atrium
Lersø Parkallé 101
2100 København Ø
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Course information

Literature

Prior to the course you will get access to mandatory and optional readings via your personal Atrium log-in.

Please familiarise yourself with the mandatory readings before starting each module.

Prerequisites

Experience: Minimum 5 year working experience.

Education: Bachelor’s degree or higher

Examination

The final exam is an assignment submitted online one week after last course day. The result is either passed /not passed.

This course is a part of this programme

Masterclass: Business Innovation in life science

Learn how to shape the future of life science

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Course leader(s)

Tom Kirchmaier
Professor, Copenhagen Business School and Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics (LSE)
Copenhagen Business School

Lecturer(s)

Palle Høy Jacobsen
Ass. Professor and Study Director, Department of Strategy and Innovation
Copenhagen Business School
Julie Enevold Brooker
Country Director Denmark
Janssen Cilag
Andreas Wieland
Ass. Professor, Department of Operations Management
Copenhagen Business School
Henrik Dramer Hansen
CEO
Macure Pharma
Torben Juul Andersen
Professor, Department of International Economics, Government and Business
Copenhagen Business School
Pernille Schmidt
Director, healthcare Development
Roche Diagnostics A/S
Diana Arsovic Nielsen
CEO, Danish Life Science cluster
Danish Life Science Cluster
Christoph Grimpe
Professor, Department of Strategy and Innovation
Copenhagen Business School
Thomas Senderovitz
Senior Vice President, Data Science - Development
Novo Nordisk A/S
Ulrich Irgens
General Manager, One Health
Novozymes a/s
Caspar Rose
Ass. Professor, PhD., Department of Accounting
Copenhagen Business School
Christina Kjær
PhD Fellow, Department of Accounting
Copenhagen Business School
Susanne Stormer
ESG & Sustainability Services Leader
PwC
Leif Christensen
Ass. Professor, Department of Accounting
Copenhagen Business School
Kasim Kutay
CEO
Novo Holdings A/S

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