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The innovation process has undergone fundamental yet subtle changes in the last decade. In addition to becoming a truly global set of activities it has also changed from vertically isolated efforts within corporations, universities and startups to one eco-system which is driven by collaborative efforts among these three areas. Furthermore, the private sector has increasingly depended on research being advanced outside of the companies, most often in research universities. This has created a significant opportunity for the universities that conduct research, but an opportunity that requires some fundamental and difficult changes in the modus operandi of the schools and universities.
About the speaker:
Senior Lecturer (ret.)
Sloan School of Management, MIT
Val Livada has over 35 years of consulting experience. He founded Weybridge Partners in 1996 as a network of formal and informal associations of practitioners and organizations focused on the successful commercialization of technology. The network includes business and technology consultants, venture capitalists, academics, entrepreneurs, lawyers in the US and abroad.