The world is full of opportunities. However, engaging in new activities requires efforts and investments implying that one to focus on a (usually tiny) fraction of what is possible. The Webinar is part of the CIAM Lunch and Learn - Knowledge Sharing.
Webinar: Wednesday, May 5th, 11:30 - 12:00
Professor Tom Broekel from the UiS Business School will introduce the scientific rational underlying the two dimensions and showcase some practical applications.
But, what activities are worth the efforts? What are ones that can actually be realized? While there is no definite answer to these essential questions, research does provide insights which puts such type of decisions on a more informed basis. More precise, it is argued and empirically shown that assessing opportunities on the basis of their relatedness to existing strength and their general degree of complexity can be particularly informative in this context. The presentation will introduce the scientific rational underlying the two dimensions and showcase some practical applications.
The seminar is digital and takes place on Wednesday, May 5th, from 11:30 - 12:00.
There will be a short introduction and an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the presentation.
The webinar takes about half an hour, so participants may use i.e. their lunch break for professional replenishment.
- To access the webinar, you must register in advance of the event by sending an e-mail to email@example.com