Courses

  • Master programme in Business Administration and Bioentrepreneurship

  • Master programme in Business Administration and Innovation in Health Care
  • CBS Master of Business Development – Life Science

  • Masterclass: Business Innovation in Life Science

  • The Executive Health Innovation Management Programme (EHIMP) 2022

  • BII – CBS executive summerschool 2022 Innovation and commercialization of your life science project.

  • Trends in Life Science

  • Negotiations and Personal Development

  • Developing Your Personal Competences

Master programme in Business Administration and Bioentrepreneurship

The master programme, MSc in Business Administration and Bioentrepreneurship (CBS-BIO) aims to support the needs of the life science industry for an interdisciplinary graduate profile. It reflects the latest developments, trends and needs coming from the life science industry.

Master programme in Business Administration and Innovation in Health Care

The master programme, MSc in Innovation in Business Administration and Innovation in Healthcare aims to support the needs of the healthcare organisations and industry for an interdisciplinary graduate profile. It reflects the latest developments, trends and needs coming from the healthcare organisations.

CBS Master of Business Development – Life Science

Are you working as a leader developing, producing and marketing products and solutions within the Pharma-, BioTech-, og MedTech-business? And do you wish to strengthen your business development and innovation competencies within a very specific business characterised by tough regulation, high demands for compliance and long development processes? Then Master of Business Development has created a specialisation customised for you.

Masterclass: Business Innovation in Life Science

Do you want to shape the future of life science, but need knowledge about what drives growth and innovation in the field? This 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 2×2 course days, the participants go through 8 modules that introduce the prerequisites for business innovation in life science.

The Executive Health Innovation Management Programme  (EHIMP) 2022

The Executive Health Innovation Management Programme (EHIMP) aims at the entire healthcare supply chain, across countries and healthcare systems.

EHIMP attracts participants from all areas of the healthcare value chain: (Health providers in the public and private sector (e.g., hospitals managers, leaders in care organisations), pharma industry, medtech, digital health, health authorities, patient organisations and insurers).

BII – CBS executive summerschool 2022 Innovation and commercialization of your life science project

Following the success from the summer school in 2021, BioInnovation Institute, in collaboration with CBS Executive, is running another Summer School in 2022 to increase the understanding of innovation and commercialization among life science researchers.

Trends in Life Science

Lecture/discussion forum in Trends in Lifesciences.

Topics covered: Life science developments. Trends in different perspectives: Technological, cultural, societal etc. Concepts and tools for studying trends. Making use of trends

Making use of trends Lecturer: Palle Høy Jakobsen, ass Prof, PhD & DMSc. Palle makes use of the newest concepts and tools within trends from the Copenhagen Business School blended with practical experience from international business development at his time in Novo Nordisk Business development and in an European Innovation network.

Please contact Palle Høy Jakobsen (phj.si@cbs.dk) if you are interested in this activity.

Negotiations and Personal Development

3 day exciting intensive course.

Topics covered: Basic terminology and different types of negotiations. Auctions versus negotiations. The three dimensions of negotiations, a holistic approach. Your individual personality profile and negotiations. Cultural dimensions and ethics of negotiations. Emotions and negotiations.

Tools used: Different negotiation exercises. Personality profiles individual or generic. Filming some of the exercises. Individual feedback on exercises and coaching

Course leader: Palle Høy Jakobsen, assistant Prof, PhD & DMSc

Palle make use of the newest concepts and tools from the Copenhagen Business School, Harvard Business School and Insead Business School blended with practical experience from international negotiations at his time in Novo Nordisk Business development and in an European Innovation network combined with modern pedagogical methods.

Please contact Palle Høy Jakobsen (phj.si@cbs.dk) if you are interested in this activity.

Developing your personal competences

2 day exciting intensive course.

Topics covered: Know yourself better. Personalities and use of personality tests. Performance patterns. Culture and collaborative relations. Stress. Proactive planning. Prioritisations and delegations. Change circle. Harmony and coaching.

Tools used: Different development exercises. Coaching.

Course leader: Palle Høy Jakobsen, assistant Prof, PhD & DMSc.

Palle make use of the newest concepts and tools from the Copenhagen Business School, Stanford University and Insead Business School blended with practical experience his time in Novo Nordisk Business development and in a European Innovation network combined with modern pedagogical methods. Sessions are currently offered in the CBS master of business administration and bioentrepreneurship programme.

Please contact Palle Høy Jakobsen (phj.si@cbs.dk) if you are interested in this activity.

Examples of other courses conducted are Fostering Innovation and commercialisation of Intellectual Property Right, a tailored course for working professionals in Brazil and India under the DANIDA Danish Fellowship Centre Scholarship Programme and Innovation supporting Health conducted in collaboration with Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College in Tanzania and University of Copenhagen,