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Tri-State Chapter Event - Implementing Open Innovation: Road Warrior or Road Kill...It's Your Choice
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Tri-State Chapter Event - Implementing Open Innovation: Road Warrior or Road Kill...It's Your Choice

Companies are using Open Innovation to access enabling technologies and generate real growth. They are replacing the "not invented here" syndrome with the "invented anywhere approach". Dr. Gene Slowinski’s 25 years of work on over 250 alliances led him to identify key best practices. He will present a set of simple, but powerful management tools and metrics. Many firms use these tools to increase the value of both their individual alliances and their alliance portfolios.

1/5/2017
When: Thursday, January 5, 2017
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Where: Main Street Bistro
301 N. Harrison St.
Princeton, New Jersey  08540
United States
Contact: Leona kral


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Private labels thrive in a world of incremental innovation.  Companies are using Open Innovation to access enabling technologies and generate real growth.  They are replacing the "not invented here" syndrome with the "invented anywhere approach". 

Unfortunately, many alliances fail.  Managers must deal with the complexities of allocating rights to jointly developed intellectual assets, protecting proprietary know-how and trade secrets, linking decision-making structures and utilizing financial models that allow both firms to share the risks as well as rewards of collaboration. 

Dr. Slowinski’s 25 years of work on over 250 alliances led him to identify key best practices.  He will present a set of simple, but powerful management tools and metrics.  Many firms use these tools to increase the value of both their individual alliances and their alliance portfolios. 

 

What you will learn:

  • Implementing “Open Innovation” using the “Want, Find, Get, Manage” Model.
  • The Alliance Framework - a rigorous approach to planning, structuring and negotiating collaborative agreements.
  • Tools, metrics, and management techniques for implementing collaborative innovation.
  • Special problems in collaborative R&D alliances.
  • Early warning signs of trouble and techniques to deal with a poorly performing alliance.
 
Presenter

Gene Slowinski, Ph.D., Director of Strategic Alliance and Open Innovation Research, Graduate School of Management, Rutgers University and Managing Partner of the Alliance Management Group
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Agenda

5:30 - 6:00 pm   Registration and Networking
6:00 - 7:30 pm   Presentation
7:30 - 8:00 pm   More Networking

This is a great opportunity to catch up with your alliance management colleagues, enjoy some refreshments and come away with actionable ideas.

 

For more information email us at info@strategic-alliances.org or call +1-781-562-1630