In June, ESADE is hosting its annual weeklong program on Open Innovation and Corporate Entrepreneurship. The executive education program will take place in Barcelona from June 10-14.
The course will present a range of ideas on how managers in large firms can work with smaller firms and other partners to bring new ideas and new technologies into the firm. It also considers what firms can proactively due to promote internal intrapraneurship and use corporate venture investments to identify and develop new partners.
As in previous years, the program features Henry Chesbrough, the father of open innovation. It also includes Wim Vanhaverbeke (Europe's leading open innovation expert), who like Chesbrough is a part-time faculty member at ESADE. They will be joined by serial entrepreneur Ken Morse of MIT, as well as guest appearances by Richard Huguet and Robert Kirschbaum.
For more information, see the ESADE website.