Organised by Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School.
To thrive in present and future competitive markets innovation leaders need to learn to leverage their firm’s ecosystems to ensure corporate growth and renewal. Since the sources of innovation and their delivery are shifting more and more beyond the company boundaries, both executives from established technology-intensive companies and techno-entrepreneurs will now have to learn how to collaborate and develop their joint ecosystem even more in order to increase opportunity and results. Blending corporate with entrepreneurial innovation models, they now need to create future technology options and accelerate emerging businesses in collaborative partnerships amongst both the small and the large(r) ecosystem players.
Added value for you and your business:
This 3 + 3 days modular programme is a must for senior executives within established technology-based companies and techno-entrepreneurs. Strategising for Innovation is designed to help those executives in charge of innovation address this challenge. For instance, executives who may be based in Cambridge-centred Silicon Fen or the transnational Eindhoven (NL) – Leuven (B) – Aachen (GE) universities triangle (ELAt) may find this programme of crucial help, since these areas are important technology ecosystems in Europe.
Examples of such profiles may include:
This programme has arisen from market demand, as well as from a collaboration between two top European business schools: the University of Cambridge Judge Business School and the Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School. Thanks to this partnership, the programme offers a truly unique and international approach. Each business school brings in the best of their respective transnational innovation and high-technology ecosystems: world-class faculty, high-profile guest speakers from local industries, visits to local companies, targeting international top senior executives.
You may find the full programme here
Place & date: 6 days
Leuven campus, 18, 19 & 20 April 2012 - University of Cambridge, Judge Business School (Cambridge, UK), - 13, 14 & 15 June 2012
Iris De Roo
Tel. + 32 9 210 92 34