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SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR SCHOOL IBS


PROGRAMS


The Social Entrepreneur School IBS is an Executive Business Education specialized on Social Entrepreneurship, Innovation Management and Service Vision Management. The Social Entrepreneur School IBS is a 20 weeks full time program covering:


International Study Course in Social Entrepreneurship, Course Code SE-03-A
International Study Course in Innovation Management, Course Code IM-03-A
International Study Course in Service Vision Management, Course Code SV-03-A


Each course is independent.

 

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After examinations, students receive Certificate and sign the Certificate Protocol.
After fulfilling all requirements of the Social Entrepreneur School IBS, students graduate and award the title


Social Entrepreneur IBS

(Innovation, Business and Society).


Students receive Diploma from Fil. Dr. Jan-U. Sandal Institute and the Glass Statuette, the Insignia of Graduation.
Students also have the option to have their names listed on the Institute's WEB. Fil. Dr. Jan-U. Sandal Institute has students from all over the world. FIL. Dr. Jan-Urban Sandal, Rector and Owner of Fil Dr. Jan-U. Sandal Institute, lectures the Social Entrepreneur School IBS.

 

 

 

 

This study course gives extended knowledge about the social entrepreneurial process, both in existing businesses and start-ups. The need for help and empowerment of the weak and marginalized people in society has never been more challenging. Management of the social innovation process takes specific knowledge about the challenges and obstacles, that every individual and organization confront in the daily routine of business operation and process of development that characterize the post industrialized society. This course gives perspectives on innovation and entrepreneurship as power of transformation of the society. Students develop strategies for their own processes and projects. The course focuses on developing management skills that promotes the process of innovation. This course is also a part of the Social Entrepreneur School IBS, which includes Study course in Service Vision Management SV-03-A and Study course in Innovation Management IM-03-A.

 

Seminar content: Terminology, production function, social innovation topics, development strategies, social value and profit, specific factors for motivation, traditional obstacles for individual contribution, myth contra possibilities and perspectives. Welfare state development. Cooperation between Government and private sectors. Visualizing of own ideas.
Methods: Lectures, conversations, group work and individual work. High degree of participant activity where the participants use their own experiences as examples. This course emphasizes both theory and practice.
Curriculum: Please confer Program SE-03-A and list of literature.
Scope: 5 lessons, each 3 academic hours over 5 weeks: 5 academic weeks full time.
Participants: Students, researchers, Ph.D. candidates, supervisors, lecturers, teachers, course participants, practitioners, business founders, social entrepreneurs, politicians, government officials, journalists, owners, CEOs and employees, in all kind of sectors and branches with interest of or connection to innovation in the social sector.
Qualifications: Certificate and Certificate Ceremony. For grades and credits, please confer your local university. BSc, MSc, and PhD level.
Work posibilities: Own business or start-up. Many apply for jobs at international help organizations, charities, governmental departments or they just want to strengthen and develop their job skills as professional employees.
Course Code: SE-03-A
Inquiry:
 Please contact Fil. Dr. Jan-U. Sandal Institute.

The study course gives extended knowledge about service management, both in businesses and start-ups. Management of the service vision is a topic, which takes specific knowledge about the challenges and obstacles, that every individual and organization confront in the daily routine of business operation and process of development that characterize the post-industrialized society. The course gives perspectives on innovation and entrepreneurship as power of transformation of the society. Students develop service vision strategies for their own processes and projects. The course focuses on developing management skills that promotes the process of innovation. This course is a part of the Social Entrepreneur School IBS, including Study course in Social Entrepreneurship SE-03-A and Study course in Innovation Management IM-03-A.

 

Course content: Definition of terms, value equation, criteria for success, service vision strategies, service quality, governments, market, people as opportunity and obstacles in service vision strategies. Perspectives on innovation and entrepreneurship as society transforming powerhouse.
Methods: Lectures, talks/discussions, group and individual work. A high degree of participant activity where participants use examples from their own experience. The course emphasizes both theory and practice.
Material: ctures supported by PowerPoint, course book, reading about 280 pages in English, course compendium.
Scope: 8 lessons each 3 hours. Written test or home/group assignment can be offered. The course can be combined with CASE STUDY 1 (CS-01-A).
Participants: Researchers, Ph.D. candidates, supervisors, lecturers, teachers, students, course participants, practitioners, business founders, social entrepreneurs, politicians, government officials, journalists, owners, CEOs and employees, in all kind of sectors and branches with interest of or connection to the issues.
Qualifications: Certificate and Certificate Ceremony. For grades and credits, please confer your local university. BSc, MSc, and PhD level.
Place: Oslo and International
Fees: Price on request.
Course Code: SV-03-A
Inquiry: Please contact Fil. Dr. Jan-U. Sandal Institute.

The course provides increased knowledge about the innovation process, both in existing businesses and by new businesses. Management of the innovation process is an area that requires specific knowledge of the challenges and obstacles that every individual and every organization meet in the continuous process of change that characterizes the post-industrialized societies. Economic development does not go by itself, any human activities raises the waves as they cyclical fluctuations caused by and characterized by. Innovation has traditionally been an area that has had limited focus around the world. The course focuses on actively develop leadership skills that promote innovation process. The course also includes the SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR SCHOOLS © IBS along with Study Courses in Social Entrepreneurship SE-03-A and Study Course in Service Vision Management SV-03-A.

 

Course content: Clarification of concepts, production processes, innovation areas, development strategies, profits, special motivators, traditional barriers to innovation, myths versus possibilities and perspectives. Innovation and entrepreneurship in historical perspective.
Methods: Lectures, talks/discussions, group and individual work. A high degree of participant activity where participants use examples from their own experience. The course emphasizes both theory and practice.
Material: Lectures supported by PowerPoint, course book, reading about 250 pages in English, course compendium.
Scope: 7 lessons each 3 hours. Written test or home/group assignment can be offered. The course can be combined with CASE STUDY 1 (CS-01-A).
Participants: Researchers, Ph.D. candidates, supervisors, lecturers, teachers, students, course participants, practitioners, business founders, social entrepreneurs, politicians, government officials, journalists, owners, CEOs and employees, in all kind of sectors and branches with interest of or connection to the issues.
Qualifications: Certificate and Certificate Ceremony. For grades and credits, please confer your local university. BSc, MSc, and PhD level.
Place: Oslo and International
Fees: Price on request.
Course Code: IM-03-A
Inquiry: Please contact Fil. Dr. Jan-U. Sandal Institute.