Creating Innovative Business Models University System of Maryland via edX Build your capabilities to create a value proposition, team strategy, market strategy, and financial strategy to transform your ideas into a startup company or innovative corporate venture
Social Network Analysis University of California, Davis via Coursera
This course is designed to quite literally ‘make a science’ out of something at the heart of society: social networks. Humans are natural network scientists, as we compute new network configurations all the time, almost unaware, when thinking about friends and family (which are particular forms of social networks), about colleagues and organizational relations (other, overlapping network structures), and about how to navigate delicate or opportunistic network configurations to save guard or advance in our social standing (with society being one big social network itself).
Healthcare Innovation: What Does Success Look Like and How to Achieve It? Imperial College London via Coursera
This course focuses on the factors involved in the adoption of innovation – features, organizations, country of origin, cognitive, normative and affective aspects, change agents. Using real-world health innovations, you’ll assess what impacts their scaleability to new contexts, how organizational and human characteristics affect adoption, to what extent diffusion of an innovation is influenced by unconscious bias.
Blockchain Transformations of Financial Services INSEAD via Coursera
The current global financial system is riddled with inefficiencies, uneven developments, and bizarre contradictions. Blockchain technology has the potential to bring about profound changes to financial services. In this course, you will learn how blockchain technology will disrupt the core functions of the financial services industry, offering individuals and organizations alike real choices in how they create and manage value.
Why Biology Matters: The Genome and You Universitat Pompeu Fabra via FutureLearn
Learn what a genome is and use this information to answer questions about biology, yourself, and the world around you.
Russian for beginners 1. Русский язык: A1 Saint Petersburg State University via Coursera
Russian is considered to be one of the world’s most difficult languages. This course is aimed at helping those who are interested in understanding the basics of Russian language. Every unit of the course consists of several parts explaining vocabulary, phonetics (pronunciation), grammar, and provides examples of simple dialogues in Russian.
Science Matters: Let’s Talk About COVID-19 Imperial College London via Coursera
You will hear directly from the experts conducting the analyses. You will be able learn about the current state of the epidemic, while also learn about the epidemiological and public-health principles and challenges that underpin these analyses.
Population Health: Predictive Analytics Leiden University via Coursera
In this course, you will learn how to make accurate prediction tools, and how to assess their validity. First, we will discuss the role of predictive analytics for prevention, diagnosis, and effectiveness. Then, we look at key concepts such as study design, sample size and overfitting.
Security Awareness Training (ISC)² via Coursera
This course is a complete foundational security awareness training program that covers a wide array of topics for nearly every type of end-user and learner level. The content is designed to allow organizations to be able to provide a comprehensive training program to help them protect their information assets against threats.
Climate Action in Biodiverse Landscapes Wageningen University via edX There is no planet B. It’s time to take effective climate action for which collaboration and innovation are key. This online course will boost your knowledge and skills to help you move from analysis to action in order to develop climate smart landscapes across the world.
Innovative Governance of Large Urban Systems École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne via Coursera
During this course, you will learn about the three phases of the urban value chain, which are: planning, governance and regeneration. In particular, we will address the unique challenges of the phases and ask questions such as: how to design cities? How to govern them, especially when it comes to their institutional, financial, economic and social dimensions? And how to regenerate urban spaces?