In the research project TACIT (Teaching and Coaching Innovation & Entrepreneurship InnovaTively), funded by the European Union, the Center for leading Innovation and Cooperation (CLIC) develops together with eleven partners new teaching methods for innovation and entrepreneurship.
At the end of March 2017, the academic and company partners met for three days in Frankfurt, Germany, at Lufthansa Systems to test the methods of Innovation Games as well as Entrepreneurial Laboratory during a piloting workshop. The learners participating in this workshop applied and evaluated the newly developed games and approaches of interaction, ideation, and prototyping in order to be ready for future innovation tasks. More than 30 participants of LEGO, Lufthansa Systems, BMW, NHS, AachenMünchener, and Nokia were involved and solved diverse innovation tasks supported by the academic partners such as the University of Exeter, University of Southern Denmark, and HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management with CLIC. The next piloting workshop will take place in April 2017 at the LEGO Land in Billund, Denmark.