The FINDER research scope spans industries and job functions, requiring candidates to synthesize complex information and to approach problems nimbly in a manner that can be transferred to both academics and practitioners.
FINDER demands a sophisticated understanding of the context in which business is done, the effect of technology in driving these collaborative processes and of the stakeholders involved. FINDER’s integrated curriculum prepares students to drive change at the vanguard of business and technology by challenging them to consider multiple perspectives and to create innovative solutions to problems but in such a way that they are not only profitable to business but also relevant and responsible towards society at large.
The research and training program is driven by a collaboration of Radboud University and Atos, teaming up in this trajectory over a period of four years.
This project (FINDER) has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 813095.