15inno.com (September 17, 2010) – Here is a list of top challenges and risks associated with finding innovation partners presented by Barry Brager, Perception Partners, at the Open Innovation Summit in Chicago.
Examiner.com Boston (September 27, 2010) – Many companies have various reward programs to motivate such employees, including awards, bonuses and sales incentives. These are definitely good programs. But what if we also create a thought leadership program around high performing innovators? The same strategy we use to promote executives can be adopted to highlight select employees and turn them into industry influencers. How? Here are some suggestions.
Finds, evaluates and awards world-class innovative companies with the potential to dramatically impact their industry and contribute to increasing European competitiveness and growth.
Accelerates the growth of young innovative companies by providing access to top-level international partners, advisors and financiers.
Supports the global leaders of tomorrow at an early stage by updating the skill set they will need to grow and expand their businesses successfully.
Evento: Creativity and Innovation in the Digital World
Fecha: 4 de marzo de 2010
Hora: de 18:00 a 19:30h.
Lugar: Salón de Grados, Rectorado Building – C/ Madrid, 126 – Getafe (map)
The round table brings together scholars and professionals from leading research institutions and industry organizations to discuss the role of technology in our lives. How will we realize our goals and aspirations?
Will we actually be more creative and innovative?
- John M. Carroll. Pennsylvania State University. USA
- Elizabeth Churchill. Yahoo! Research. USA
- Alan Dix. Lancaster University. UK
- Rogério de Paula. Intel. Brasil
- Ron Wakkary. Simon Fraser University
- Elista Giaccardi. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
- Institute of Culture and Technology
- Laboratorio DEI. Departamento de Informática.
Participation is free