universities, and federal labs alike must take proactive measures to manage
their innovation in the global community. New technological advances have made
it easier than ever to connect with teams and partners all over the world,
which fosters new challenges and opportunities. Organizations that take
advantage of these new technologies and best practices stay ahead of their
competitors in a fast-moving global community.
strategies, tools, and case studies (and cautionary tales) will be explored at
the 2020 Annual Conference through peer presentations, interactive roundtables,
and hands-on workshops. Sessions will explore many facets of managing
innovation in a global community, such as choosing the best business model,
adapting your company’s culture, utilizing the latest tools and structures to
lead your teams, building relationships with startups and universities around
the world, and assessing where to assign your resources.
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