Henry Chesbrough Open Innovation Seminar

31.05.2013

30,31 May 2013 OpenINNO Partner Lappeenranta University of Technology, School of Industrial Engineering and Management organized two-days Open Innovation Seminar featuring the keynote speaker Henry Chesbrough, the "Godfather of Open Innovation".

Chesbrough's keynote speech dealt with "Open Innovation: Past, Present and Future". His talk addressed how to effectively make use of unused ideas, the fundamentals of a successful open innovation strategy, and the future of open innovation.

Henry Chesbroughis the originator of the term "open innovation," authoring the 2003 award-winning book of the same name. His insights into open innovation models have revolutionized the world of research and development and created new landscapes of business development and innovation strategy. Chesbrough's latest work "Open Services Innovation: Rethinking Your Business to Grow and Compete in a New Era" (Jossey-Bass, 2011) focuses on innovation models that can drive transformation and growth.

Beyond authoring several highly acclaimed books, Chesbrough also serves as Executive Director of the Program in Open Innovation at Berkeley's Haas Business School, which focuses on conducting research, publishing articles and developing teaching materials around open innovation. Before his work at Berkeley, he was an assistant professor of business administration and the Class of 1961 Fellow at Harvard Business School.

His  academic  work  has  been  published  in  Harvard  Business  Review,  California  Management  Review,  Sloan  Management  Review,  Research  Policy,  Industrial  and  Corporate  Change, Research‐Technology Management and more. He is the author of more than 20 case studies on companies  in  the  IT  and  life  science  sectors,  available  through  Harvard  Business  School  Publishing.

30 May 2013

Open Innovation Seminar

LappeenrantaUniversity of Technology, Viipuri Hall

Tentative Program

12.30 - 13.00

Registration

13.00 - 13.15

Welcome words, Dean Vesa Harmaakorpi

13.15 - 14.45

Keynote address, visiting honorary professor Henry Chesbrough"Open Innovation: Past, Present and Future"

14.45 - 15.00

Commentary speech, Chesbrough's great influence on LUT's  open innovation research, Marko Torkkeli

15.00 - 15.30

Questions from the audience, moderator Marko Torkkeli

15.30 - 15.45

Nomination for visiting honorary professor of School of Industrial Engineering and Management

15.45

Closing the event

Total amount of participants: 120 persons

OpenINNO experts participated in the event and had an opportunity for discussion of all aspects of Open Innovation both in official and in non-official atmosphere.

31 May 2013

Open Innovation Academic Workshop

Lappeenranta University of Technology, room 1382

Time

Name

Presentation

10.00-10.15

  Marko Torkkeli

Introduction to the workshop

10.15-10.25

AnttiLääperi

New definition for Disruptive technology

10.25-10.45

SamuliPatala

Control and coordination in eco-industrial networks

10.45-11.15

LeaHannola

Service concept development for disturbance management in supply networks

11.15-11.35

PekkaTorvinen

Factors of firm competitiveness in Russian manufacturing industry

11.35-11.55

DariaPodmetina

Cooperation and Open Innovation. Study of Innovation strategies of Russian companies

11.55-13.00

Lunch break

13.00-13.20

JuhaHinkkanen

Competition, cooperation and the innovativeness of emerging market firms

13.20-13.40

IrinaSavitskaya

 

13.40-14.00

JustynaDabrowska

Mapping the perception and reality of open innovation balance

14.00-14.20

SamuliKortelainen

Balancing Closed and Open Innovation

14.20-14.30

Coffee break

14.30-14.50

AnteroKutvonen

University-Industry Collaboration and Knowledge Transfer in the Open Innovation Framework

14.50-15.10

Ekaterina  Albats

University-Industry interaction in Russia and Finland

15.10-15.30

DariaVolchek

Role of Human Resource Practices on Internal and External Openness

15.30-15.50

MinnaOinonen

Varying modes of customer involvement in supplier-customer co-development process

15.50-16.00

 Marko Torkkeli,

Henry Chesbgough

Final words, end of the workshop