25
NOV

PUBLIC LECTURE

FREE OF CHARGE | 400 SPOTS

26
NOV

EXCLUSIVE WORKSHOPS

4000 PLN PER PERSON | 25 SPOTS

THE IDEA

Only a few innovations have a chance for market success, but statistically it is the companies which do not implement them that are at the biggest risk. What is their key to success? It is the understanding of the mechanisms that are at work in the innovations market and the rules governing communication between the entities holding innovative solutions. Having in mind the current trends in the field of innovation, we have prepared this special event: Open Innovation Masterclass. During those two days, attendees accompanied by world-class experts – Dr Pierre Orlewski and Prof Vim Vanhavebreke – will have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the mechanisms and rudiments of Open Innovation and also enrich their professional knowledge and abilities.

THE FORMULA

Lectures, workshops, case study analysis, best practice presentations.

Open Innovation Masterclass is a project led by world-renowned experts with years of professional experience and an esteemed academic authority. There will be a half-a-day long public lecture available for free to both members and sympathizers of the techBrainers R&D club and a day long intensive and immensely practical workshop dedicated to R&D and innovation managgers. During those intensive workshops, our speakers will guide the attendees step by step through the process of developing a company in accordance with external innovative solutions.

SPEAKERS

AGENDA

25
NOVEMBER

OPENINNOVATION MASTERCLASS

PUBLIC LECTURE

During the Public Lecture we will present the most important goals that are the basis for Open Innovation. It is a great opportunity for all those who want to get to know the philosophy of successful development of competitive advantage based on both knowledge and resources, which cannot be acquainted or are not worth it to be internally developed.

FREE OF CHARGE

AGENDA PDF

PREZENTACJA RAPORTU "RYNEK B+R+I W POLSCE"

WYDARZENIE W JĘZYKU POLSKIM

12:30 - 13:00

Rejestracja

13:00 - 13:05

Powitanie, Iwona Chojnowska-Haponik, Dyrektor Departamentu Inwestycji Zagraniznych PAIiIZ

13:05 - 13:25

Prezentacja Raportu "Rynek B+R+I w Polsce"- Anna Zaleska, manager w Dziale Doradztwa Europejskiego w Crido Taxand

13:25 - 14:25

Dyskusja panelowa: Jak rozwijać innowacyjność w Polsce z wykorzystaniem środków pomocy publicznej, w tym z funduszy UE?

Paneliści:

  • Mariusz Frankowski, Dyrektor Mazowieckiej Jednostki Wdrażania Programów Unijnych
  • Przemysław Hałub, Starszy Specjalista ds. Kontaktów Biznesowych, Wrocławskie Centrum Badań, EIT+
  • Magdalena Jackowska-Rejman, Prezes Zarządu, TechBrainers
  • Krzysztof Jonak, Dyrektor na Europę Środkowo-Wschodnią, Intel
  • Łukasz Kościjańczuk, Manager, Crido Taxand
  • Monika Lamparska-Przybysz, Kierownik ds. Projektów Naukowych i Pozyskiwania Funduszy, Zakłady Farmaceutyczne „Polpharma” S.A.
  • Mariola Misztak – Kowalska, Dyrektor Departamentu Rozwoju Instytucji Otoczenia Biznesu, PARP
  • Rafał Szajewski - Kierownik Sekcji Usług Departament Inwestycji Zagranicznych PAIiIZ
  • Tomasz Turzyński, Centrum Zarządzania Innowacjami i Transferu Technologii Politechniki Warszawskiej

Moderator: Iwona Chojnowska-Haponik, Dyrektor Departamentu Inwestycji Zagraniznych PAIiIZ

14:25 - 14:40

Sesja pytańi odpowiedzi

PUBLIC LECTURE

15:00

Open Innovation in the Nutshell: Scholar view

Wim Vanhaverbeke

  • Definition of OI and short story
  • Selected success stories
  • How to crate OI culture
  • Corporate OI models (centralized and distributed (Philips) )
  • OI intermediaries
  • OI crowd sourcing and mass customization
  • Incubation and spinning out
  • OI in Services and/or Logistic
  • OI Ecosystems

16:45

Coffee break & networking

17:15

The art of technology scouting: Practitioner view

Pierre Orlewski

  • What scout should do / mission statement
  • Pedigree of an Ideal Scout
  • When & where to scout
  • KPI’s of successful scouting
  • WFGM process
  • Key rules of successful managing of OI projects

18:00

Conclusion word and short Q&A

Magdalena Jackowska-Rejman; techBrainers

18:15

Spotkanie z prof. Janem Fazlagić, autorem książki "Kreatywni w biznesie"

19:00

Zakończenie

26
NOVEMBER

OPENINNOVATION MASTERCLASS

EXCLUSIVE WORKSHOPS

4000 PLN per person

During those intensive workshops, our speakers will guide the attendees step by step through the process of developing a company in accordance with external innovative solutions. Those workshops are dedicated to R&D and innovation managers and guarantee a high professional level and a solid dose of practical knowledge.

AGENDA PDF

09:00

Welcome

Tomasz Rudolf, CEO D-RAFT; Innovatika Group

09:15

Introduction to Open Innovation

Wim Vanhaverbeke

  • definition(s) of OI, difference between OI and external development
  • short history of OI
  • one world class example of successful OI, pex. Lipton Icetee or similar
  • Where OI can be successfully applied:
    • technology development (example)
    • new services (example)
    • new business model (example)
    • logistics (example - Janssens Pharma + CocaCola?)

09:45

Installing OI in your organization - principal how-to’s

Pierre Orlewski

  • principal stakeholders, create buy-in and empowerment
  • typical organizational and cultural barriers
  • OI organization, tech scouting KPI’s role and responsibilities of internal OI broker - CPO - “Chief Provocation Officer” or CEvO - “Chief Evangelist Officer”
  • Daily tactics: push versus pull: how to “buy” your credits
  • OI broker traits wish list

10:15

Aligning open innovation (OI) with corporate strategy

Wim Vanhaverbeke

  • How to derive OI-objectives from a corporate strategy and from business level strategy? Are there any interesting frameworks? How can this be applied to DSM?
  • How to develop a corporate OI strategy and the practicalities of translating it to all levels of the organization

10:45

COFFE BREAK

11:00

Aligning open innovation (OI) with corporate strategy - cont.

Wim Vanhaverbeke

11:45

OI technology & new business opps scouting

Pierre Orlewski

  • Role(s) of OI scout
  • OI Gemba walk - identifying unfilled needs
  • Introduction to Functional Analysis - HOW functional thinking may help in RIGHT crystallization of the problem / opportunity- possible 15 min exercise
  • 30 minutes WANT brief exercise in small groups

12:45

LUNCH BREAK

13:45

WFGM Open Innovation process

Pierre Orlewski

14:15

Negotiation game: Crafting open innovation deals between large and small companies - SANUS Case.

Wim Vanhaverbeke

  • 20 minutes introduction
  • 40 minutes work in small groups
  • 40 minutes of analysis & discussion

16:00

COFFE BREAK

16:45

Incubating and spinning out of technology: Xerox and DSM.

Wim Vanhaverbeke

  • From OI to innovation ecosystems
    Wim Vanhaverbeke
  • Why open innovation should not be restricted to the classical inside-out and outside-in open innovation modes with the open innovation funnel as a central visualization tool?
  • How can we expand open innovation beyond technology driven business developments?
  • How to link the concept of open innovation not only to R&D activities and technological capabilities but also to other assets such as brands and routes to market.
  • How to move from open innovation to innovation ecosystems?
  • 1-2 example of building on-purpose OI Technology Ecosystems around a public (EC or country-based) funding?
    Pierre Orlewski

17:00

Open innovation in services industries OR Crowdsourcing & co-creation OR OI brookers and innovation catalysts (depending to audience corporate profiles)

Wim Vanhaverbeke

17:45

Leveraging OI with public funding

Magdalena Jackowska-Rejman

18:45

Q&A session and closing

ORGANIZER

PROGRAM PARTNER

Patronat honorowy nad wydarzeniem objęła:
Politechnika Warszawska

BENEFITS

During the workshops we are going to answer vital questions relating to the Open Innovation subject area:

  • What is Open Innovation?
  • How to incorporate OI in corporations and small to medium sized companies?
  • How to include OI in your organization’s strategy?
  • How to use Technology Scouting?
  • How are ecosystems of innovation created?
  • How does the cooperation of corporations and small enterprises look like in the OI process?

LOCATION

The Centre for Innovation and Technology Transfer Management of Warsaw University of Technology (CZIiTT PW)
ul. Rektorska 4, 00-614 Warszawa

For more information contact:

Alexander Tokarev
+48 794 995 933
a.tokarev@techbrainers.com

Anna Kędziora-Zabost
+48 604 916 560
a.zabost@techbrainers.com