Piloting innovative projects
Innovation is key to corporate growth strategies in all business sectors.
Implementation of innovation now requires a systematic approach to managing technological projects. This approach must be versatile and all-encompassing, beginning with the development of technologies and their use in production and extending to their commercial and financial optimization.
To successfully implement a technological project, the technology professional needs to fully understand the project’s environment, meet the demanding requirements of the project planning process and be able to coordinate the cross-functional skills involved.
The technological project manager is in charge of coordinating all of these levers for success. Simultaneously a manager, diplomat and manufacturer, the technological project manager has a profile similar to that of the entrepreneur-innovator – he or she is able to meet a company’s strategic challenges and manage the operational implementation of its projects.
Graduates of this Advanced Master’s program find positions quickly. They work at major industrial or service firms, as well as in manufacturing, healthcare, telecommunications, aviation, consumer goods, consulting, defense, etc.
They initially take on project coordination roles then gradually move toward responsibilities linked to technology development and optimization.