T106 - "R&D Management Complexity Increases In The Decade Ahead"
1st Annual R&D 100 Conference & 53rd Annual R&D 100 Awards,
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
November 12, 2015 -- [35 Pages]
Description: Management science changes at a slower pace than does technical science. Globalization began in the 1970s, but didn't grow rapidly until a critical mass of practitioners was reached in the late 1990s. By 2010, being global was an everyday norm. The pervasiveness of Open Innovation [OI] and Intellectual Property [IP] practices have been gradually increasing since the 1980s. They are on the cusp of becoming pervasive across industries. OI will enable buy vs. make for just about every aspect of innovation, doubling complexity. IP considerations will overlay both Organic and Open Innovation in nearly every decision to be made. R&D is on track to quadruple in the daily management of complexity.
• Learn of emergent industries that will facilitate OI exchanges between companies
• Chart the path between R&D and Business Development organizations to achieve OI capability
• Understand the considerations of make vs. buy for the sourcing of R&D innovations
• Gain insight on the status and challenges of monitoring and calculating financial results from OI
• Know where the Venn diagrams of OI and IP overlap and where they need unique management
• Become aware of the public markets and entities that are making it easier to value and monetize IP
• Operationalize the impact that IP will have on all product and business plans produced today
• Internalize the effects of OI and IP on the culture and organizations responsible for innovating
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