August 30, 2010

Another semester of Open Innovation

Tuesday marks the first installment of the Open Innovation Speaker Series at the Center for Open Innovation at UC Berkeley, effectively the “mother church” of open innovation studies.

The series is every Tuesday from 12:30-2:00 p.m. in 250 Sutardja Dai Hall. Coincidentally, at that exact same time and place is a course called "Topics in Open Innovation” (ENG 298A.4), taught by Henry Chesbrough and Solomon Darwin of the Center for Open Innovation. (Quite a coincidence! What are the odds?)

Below is the all-start lineup of industry speakers (plus a few academics):



Aug. 31Joel West
Professor, Innovation & Entrepreneurship
San José State University
Sept. 7John Hagel
Co-Chairman, Deloitte Center for the Edge
Sept. 14Henry López Vega
Researcher, Innovation Studies
ESADE Business School
Sept. 21Kristian Möller
Research Professor, Business Networks
Helsinki School of Economics
Sept. 28Robert D. Rodriguez
Founder /Chairman, Security Innovation Network
Oct. 5Rich Friedrich
Director, Strategy and Innovation Office
HP Labs
Oct. 12Rick Rommel
Senior VP and General Manager, New Business Solution Group
Best Buy
Oct. 19Dan Cherian
General Manager, Sustainable Business & Innovation
Oct. 26Silvija Svejenova Nedeva
Associate Professor, Department of Business Policy
ESADE B-School
Nov. 2Alberto Di Minin
Professor, Business Model Innovation
Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa - Italy
Nov. 9Vareska van de Vrande
Assistant Professor, Strategic Management
RSM Erasmus University
Nov. 16Ted Torphy, Ph.D.
Chief Scientific Officer; Head of External Research & Early Development (eRED)
Johnson & Johnson
Nov. 23Francesco Domenico Sandulli
Associate Professor, Department of Management
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Nov. 30Jennifer Miller
Director of Marketing

The format seems similar to last year’s series, down to the meeting room. Previous years’ seminars have been archived on the COI website, and many have slides and YouTube videos — including this video from my visit to the COI a year ago.

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