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Learn to work with an interdisciplinary approach

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Interdisciplinary Learning CoursesLearn to work with an interdisciplinary approach

We live in an interdisciplinary world. Are you ready to cross the limits of different disciplines and combine them?

You may not have realized it yet but, want to know a secret? We live in an interdisciplinary world. It does not matter if you are a teacher, engineer, journalist, businessman or doctor because, in all sectors and in all jobs, different disciplines need each other.
Andre Leroi-Gourhan said that "it is even extremely healthy that the science of humans is the most interdisciplinary science of all disciplines".

Intersectoral teaching unites several areas of knowledge to deal with a specific topic.

This course focuses on how to learn in a practical way what are the methods and tools to work with an interdisciplinary approach in the academic and work environment.
Soon you will have to do a Final Research Project, and this could be your first test in which you have to mix and interconnect knowledge from different fields in order to enrich your work. But also, to create a new company, to work in a hospital, be an architect, designer, singer, or work in a large company in the audiovisual world, it is necessary to know how to work with one same goal from different perspectives in a transversal and interdisciplinary manner. Let's talk.


Learning Objectives


  • Know how to work with an interdisciplinary approach in the academic and work environment.
  • Learn different tools to work this way.
  • Know the importance of interdisciplinarity.
  • Learn to carry out an interdisciplinary project.
  • Learn to improve processes by being transversal.

Contents of the Subject

Learn to work with an interdisciplinary approach

  1. Presentation of the subject, group and professor.
  2. Know the method: difference between multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary. Examples.
  3. Keys to working in an interdisciplinary way: people, resources, the project.
  4. Work with an interdisciplinary approach I: self-knowledge.
  5. Work with an interdisciplinary approach II: trust.
  6. Work with an interdisciplinary approach III: the team.
  7. The difficulties of these projects: from planning to execution.
  8. Interdisciplinarity in the workplace: the need for an interdisciplinary approach.
  9. Interdisciplinarity in the academic field: The interdisciplinary Final Research Projects.
  10. Improve processes by approaching situations from different perspectives.
  11. Case method: analyze an interdisciplinary project.
  12. Debate: education from this paradigm.
  13. How to present an interdisciplinary project.
  14. Presentation of projects.
  15. Closing lecture.

Professor

Jesús Rodrigo Riesco Professor of Learn to work with an interdisciplinary approach

Jesús Rodrigo Riesco

Double Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Marketing and Commercial Communication from Nebrija University. The two final degree projects that he prepared were interdisciplinary and officially published. The first, La Puerta (ISBN: 978-84-88957-78-8), won Nebrija University's first interdisciplinary work contest. He completed a Master's degree in Management at IE Business School, specializing in control and finance. He took other training courses in the business area, such as Psychology applied to sales, from the Madrid Chamber of Commerce, and Influencer Marketing, from CES Cardenal Cisneros. Currently, he is a tutor at the Nebrija Writing Center (CEN), specializing in tutoring sessions in the statistics area.
He began his professional career in the human resources and operations departments at multinational company Codeactivos SA. He broadened his experience in start-up companies such as Mas Q Renting, in the commercial and marketing department. Also, thanks to one of his interdisciplinary publications, he was able to collaborate with Atresmedia in the planning, innovation and development department. He currently runs a large company.