THE R&D MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE 2010

Information  Imagination &

Intelligence IN R&D MANAGEMENT

 

INFORMATION IMAGINATION AND INTELLIGENCE IN R&D MANAGEMENT


 

DRAFT PROGRAMME

TUESDAY 29 JUNE EVENING

 

Incubator Building, Core Technology Facility, Grafton Street

18.00 - 20.30

 

Informal reception (drinks and canapés)

18.30 – 19.30

Organising for technology exploitation and business development.

 

University of Manchester Incubator Company (UMIC) &

University of Manchester Intellectual Property (UMIP)

 

18.00 - 20.00

Delegate pack distribution

 

Walk, bus or taxi back to hotels
The 147 bus travels between Piccadilly Rail Station, Sackville Street and Grafton Street (frequency reduces evenings)

 

 

WEDNESDAY 30 JUNE

09.00 – 11.15

Delegate pack distribution

Alan Turing Building Atrium

09.15 - 10.15

Alan Turing Building Room G101

 

Invited presentation

 

Prof Sir Mark Ferguson

Co-founder and CEO, Renovo

 

Scar Wars – The Renovo Story

 

10.15 – 10.35

Conference welcome

10.15 – 10.30

Jeremy Howells and Jonathan Aylen

Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, MBS

10.30 – 10.40

Professor Michael Luger, Director (Dean)

Manchester Business School

10.40 – 11.15

Coffee, tea & juices


 

DRAFT PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY 30 JUNE

11.15 – 12.45

Parallel sessions

 

Foresight, roadmapping, innovation and R&D management

 

Innovation opportunities and business start-up

R&D in small and micro companies

New teams and innovation enterprise

The importance of information, imagination or intelligence in R&D

 

ROOM

ROOM

ROOM

ROOM

ROOM

CHAIR

 

 

 

 

 

11.15 – 11.40

Davide Aloini, Silvia Cantarello, Antonella Martini and Anna Nosella.

Search capabilities and practices for discontinuous innovation: a test for constructs and measurement in Italian high-tech companies

Adli Abouzeedan, Magnus Klofsten, Thomas Hedner,


Management of Innovation in High-Technology Smaller Firms: Opportunities and Challenges

Annemien Pullen, Olaf Fisscher, Aard Groen and Petra De Weerd-Nederhof.


Measuring the NPD Network – Innovation Performance in SMEs: The Development of an Adequate Measurement Instrument

 

Jeremy Howells.


Enterprising R&D

Letizia Mortara, Ruth Thomson, Tim Minshall and David Probert.


The ‘social’ dimension of Technology Intelligence: approaches to intelligence through intermediary networks

11.40 – 12.05

Akio Nagahira, David Probert, Tsuguo Fukuda, Shigefusa F Chichibu, Yuji Kagamitani and Atsushi Abe.


A new approach to technology roadmapping of disruptive innovation

 

Tucker Marion and Marc Meyer.

Outsourcing Innovation: A Guide  for Start-ups

 

Tiina Jauhiainen and Kaisa Henttonen.


Does standards orientation matter in the relation between the use of standards and R&D performance?

R. Sandra Schillo and Achim Walter.

Importance of Technological Evolution and Entrepreneurial Orientation for Academic Spin- Offs in Canada and Germany

Tuba Bakici, Esteve Almirall and Jonathan Wareham.

The Underlying Mechanisms of Open Innovation Intermediaries

12.05 – 12.20

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

12.20 – 12.45

Identification of conference discussion topics

Identification of conference discussion topics

Identification of conference discussion topics

Identification of conference discussion topics

Identification of conference discussion topics

 

13.00 -  14.00

Lunch – Atrium, Alan Turing Building

14.00 -  15.30

Parallel sessions

 

Foresight, roadmapping, innovation and R&D management

 

R&D management in large organisations

What's happening in science & technology - are there any implications for R&D management?

 

The importance of information, imagination or intelligence in R&D

 

Inter-organisational dynamics

 

ROOM

ROOM

ROOM

ROOM

ROOM

CHAIR

 

 

 

 

 

14.00 – 14.25

Byoung Soo Kim.

Forecast-based Technology Evaluation and Its Implication for National R&D Strategies: A Case of South Korea

Oliver Gassmann, Bastian Widenmayer and Marco Zeschky.

Acceleration Radical Innovation to Operational Business: The Role of Transitioning Modes in Large Firms

[Presentation file]

Mitsutaka Matsumoto, Shinji Yokota and Junji Itoh.

Development of a model to analyze the effect of business-academia collaboration-driven R&D at public research institutes

 

Sven Schimpf and Flavius Sturm.

Art and R&D: a conceptual approach on how art can support the product development process

Jose Albors-Garrigos and Antonio Hidalgo-Nuchera

Comparative dynamics of inter-firm technology partnering in Europe and Latin-America: scope and potential for Technology Platforms

[Presentation file]

14.25 – 14.50

Imohiosen Michael Ilevbare, David Probert and Rob Phaal.

Strategic Planning for Uncertain Futures: A Framework Integrating Scenario Planning, Roadmapping and Options Thinking

 

Edward Goddard, Peter Entwistle, James Godman and Peter Strachan.

Beyond Stage-Gate Processes: How to Successfully Exploit Technology in Large Engineering Firms

Lawrence Dooley, David Kirk and Kevin Philpott.

Managing collaboration within knowledge discovery networks

Johann Fueller, Julia Hautz, Katja Hutter and Kurt Matzler.

Where do the great ideas evolve? Exploring the relationship between network position and idea quality

 

Alberto Albahari, Salvador Pérez Canto and Paolo Landoni.

Science and Technology Parks impacts on tenants organizations: Analysis and perspectives

 

14.50 – 15.15

 

Ali Omar.

Development paths to TNCs’ technological activities in the periphery: A cross-case analysis

Philip Shapira, Jan Youtie and Luciano Kay.

National Innovation Systems and the globalization of nanotechnology innovation

 

Monika Kurkkio, Johan Frishammar and Ulrich Lichtentahler.

A case-study of the fuzzy front-end in process development

Angel Salazar and Sven Voelpel.

The Organic Growth of Dynamic Capabilities

 

15.15 – 15.30

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

15.30 - 15.50

Coffee, tea & juices

 

ROOM A

ROOM B

ROOM C

ROOM D

ROOM E

CHAIR

 

 

 

 

 

15.50 – 16.15

 

Per Storm, Thomas Lager and Peter Samuelsson.

A material conversion perspective on innovation in the Process Industries: the production system revisited

[Presentation file]

Katja Hutter, Julia Hautz, Johann Fueller and Kurt Matzler.

Building and online innovation community: Roles of user-generated content, user types and motivation

Michael Bartl, Gregor Jawecki and Philipp Wiegandt.

Co-Creation in New Product Development: Conceptual Framework and Application in the Automotive Industry

 

Hanni Candelin-Palmqvist and Birgitta Sandberg

Intellectual Property Right Issues in
Innovation Management Research:
A Review of Forty Years (1970–2009)

Alberto Di Minin, Daniela Baglieri, Fabrizio Cesaroni and Andrea Piccaluga.

Patent-based R&D Strategies: The Case of STMicroelectronics’ Lab-on-Chip

16.15 – 16.40

Ulrich Lichtenthaler.

Open innovation: potential risks and managerial countermeasures

Liza Wohlfart, Flavius Sturm and Steffen Mengel.

Trust in Cross-Company Innovation Teams

 

Murray Millson and David Wilemon.

An Empirical Examination of Product Quality Dimensions: Implications for R&D Management

[Presentation file]

Karp-Soo Kim, Sungryong Kang and Sungjoo Lee.

Capturing and sharing information during roadmapping: The case of national R&D planning in Korea

[Presentation file]

Carmen Merchán-Hernández, Leticia Rodríguez-Brey and Manuel Fernández-Esquinas.

Tracing the flows of knowledge transfer: the determinants of university-industry relationships in a regional innovation system

 

16.40 – 17.05

Charles Keating, Patrick Hester, and Thomas Meyers.

R&D System Governance: An Emerging Perspective

 

Lorenzo Boscherini, Davide Chiaroni, Vittorio Chiesa

and Federico Frattini

How to use pilot projects to implement Open Innovation

 

Anna Codini.

Improving knowledge dissemination and usage in New Product Development: the

role of Product Data Management

systems

 

 Katharine Barker and Deborah Cox

 

The Europeanisation of Metrology Research – how national research managers have built a European programme

Jin Hong, Fengli Yang, Xiumei Guo, Dora Marinova and Xiao Jiong Wang

Virtual Research Organization:

Nature and Forms

 

17.05 -  17.20

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

 

 

 

 

 

EVENING WEDNESDAY 30 JUNE

 

17.30 & 17.45

Buses from Sackville Street to the Imperial War Museum North

18.15 – 22.30

Conference Dinner

Imperial War Museum North, Trafford

18.15 - 18.45

Reception and networking - foyer

 

 

18.45 – 19.45

Mediacity and media technology R&D

PeelMedia and FIRM.

20.00 – 21.30

Dinner - --------- Announcement of The R&D Management Conference 2011

21.30 – 22.30

Free access to the Museum exhibition areas

22.15 & 22.30

Return buses to city centre

 


 

THURSDAY 1 JULY

 

 

09.15 – 10.45

Parallel sessions

 

Challenges opportunities and strategies in R&D management

 

 

Services design, innovation, industries and R&D

Services design, innovation, industries and R&D

 

 

ROOM A

ROOM B

ROOM C

ROOM D

ROOM E

CHAIR

 

 

 

 

 

09.15 – 09.40

Frank Wagner and Judith Finger.

Future Trends and Challenges of R&D – Results of an empirical Study within Manufacturing  Industry

 

Dzamila Bienkowska and Magnus Klofsten.

Creating Entrepreneurial Networks:

Commercialization of Research, Mobility and collaboration during PhD Education

 

Simon Ford, Letizia Mortara and David Probert.

Technology protection: Innovation, intellectual property and appropriation

Tommaso Agasisti, Giuseppe Catalano, Paolo Landoni and Roberto Verganti.

Evaluating the performance of academic departments: an analysis of research-related output efficiency

Mixel Kieman,

Global brain inspired alignment by Drupal: between strategic problems, practical web development and cognitive insights

09.40 – 10.05

John Medcof.

Exploration, Exploitation and Technology Management

 

Jose Albors-Garrigos and Jose Carlos Ramos.

Actional intelligence, a critical competence for innovation performance. A research multicase analysis

 

Hans Björkman and Eva Loven.


Innovative Capability: A Process Oriented Model

Monia Gentile, Andrea Piccaluga and Riccardo Varaldo.

Improving university capabilities in exploiting intellectual property: benchmarking of an Italian and an English case study

Patrick Hester and Behnido Calida.

A Decision and Game Theoretic Approach to R&D Program Management

10.05 – 10.30

Sabrina Adamczyk, Angelika Cosima Bullinger and Kathrin M. Moeslein.

Call for attention – Attracting and activating innovators

 

 

 

 

Sylvie Blanco, Corine Genet, Valérie Sabatier and Bernard Cartoux.

Kibis innovation©”: unlock your business model and imagine your future organization

Jeremy Howells, María Nieto and Lluis Santamaría.

The influence of R&D offshoring and outsourcing on service innovation performance

Volker Nestle and Florian Täube


Sustainable Innovation Processes in Trust-Based Institutional Arrangements - An Empirical Study on the Emergence of Open Innovation in Research-Intensive Industries

 

[Presentation file]

 

10.30 – 10.45

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

10.45 – 11.00

Coffee, tea & juices

11.00 -  12.05

Parallel sessions

 

Foresight, roadmapping, innovation and R&D management (A)

 

Directions for NPD

 

Process-oriented management and process industries

 

 

ROOM A

ROOM B

ROOM C

ROOM D

ROOM E

CHAIR

 

 

 

 

 

11.00 – 11.25

G. Steven McMillan

Openness versus secrecy in nanotechnology

 

 

 

Peter Robbins and Colm O'Gorman.

The right leader at the right time? A case study of New Product Development in GlaxoSmithKline

 

 

Jack Smith

Challenges and Opportunities for Horizontal S&T Management: Can the Enduring Power of the Stove Pipes be Diminished?

Thomas Lager and Sylvie Blanco.

The Commodity Battle - A product-market competitive perspective on innovation resource allocation in the Process Industries

[Presentation file]

Mirta Amalia and Yanuar Nugroho.

An innovation perspective of knowledge management strategy and implementation: Insights from a multinational subsidiary in Indonesia

11.25 – 11.50

Angela Sansonetti and Marco De Marco.

Open Innovation Strategies for Knowledge Transfer: The Italian Case of Territorial Interest Groups

Ivor Cowlrick, Thomas Hedner, Roland Wolf, Michael Olausson,

and Magnus Klofsten.

Decision Marking through Phases of Drug Research and Development

Jonathan Aylen.

Natural experiments in innovation: Radical adoption of computers and changes to ‘physical’ and ‘social technologies’ at Llanwern steelworks, South Wales

 

Ana Regina Limongi.

Evoluting from functional to process-oriented management in R&D – a cosmetic company experience

 

[Presentation file]

Simone Corsi and Alberto Di Minin.

Entering the Asian developmental state In high-tech and service industries: the case of Italian SMEs In China and Japan

11.50 – 12.00

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

Q&A

 

 

12.05 – 12.55

 

Plenary session – ROOM C

 

12.05 – 12.55

 

Open innovation

 

 

 

Paul Isherwood,

GlaxoSmithKline Nutritional Healthcare

Finding the right partners in the early stages of collaboration

[Presentation file]

 

13.00 -  14.00

Lunch

 

 

 

CHAIR

 

14.00 – 14.40

 

Bruce Grieve, Syngenta Sensors UIC , University of Manchester

Changing the rules of the Game for Sustainable Agriculture & Food Security

 

 

 

ROOM A

ROOM B

ROOM C

ROOM D

ROOM E

 

Foresight, roadmapping, innovation and R&D management (A

Foresight, roadmapping, innovation and R&D management (B)

What's happening in science & technology - are there any implications for R&D management?

 

Technology matters

The importance of information, imagination or intelligence in R&D

14.45 – 15.10

Sungjoo Lee, Youngjung Geum, Byungun Yoon, Moon-Soo Kim and Juneseuk Shin.

Strategic Partner Selection for Collaborative R&D: Literature-based Technology Intelligence

Jan M. Gerken, Martin G. Moehrle and Lothar Walter.

Patents as an Information Source for Product Forecasting: Insights from a longitudinal Study in the Automotive Industry

 

Managing science and technology in Manchester University – illustrations and panel discussion

 

Provisional programme:

 

Konstantinos Kostas, Aerospace Research Centre

 

Hans Westcoff,

Systems Biology

 

Richard Winpenny

Photonics

Chia-Han Yang, and Joseph Z Shyu.

Exploring the Difference of Technology Anatomy between Digital and Analog IC Design Process

 

Using wild cards and weak signals for R&D agenda setting: the iKNOW project

 

 

Rafael Popper, Ian Miles, Yanuar Nugrohu  and Thordis Sveinsdottir

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15.10 – 15.35

So Young Sohn and In Seok Heo,

What affects a venture capitalist when evaluating ventures to match government support fund?

 

Victor Ortiz-Gallardo, David Probert, Robert Phaal and Rick Mitchell.

Technology partner selection: challenges and key management issues

Dimitri Gagliardi, Tim Austin, Chris Bullough, David Leal and Malcolm Loveday,

Economics and Logistics of Standards Compliant Schemas and Ontologies for Interoperability of Engineering Materials Data

15.35 -16.00

Coffee, tea & juices

 

 

 

(Panel discussion continues until 16.00)

Q&A

 

Workshop continues until 16.00

16.00 – 17.00

Shigeki Nitta

New Methodology of Advanced Technology Valuation
for compensatory multi-attribute product

 

[Presentation file]

Behnido Calida and Patrick Hester.

Unraveling Emergent Research: Approach and Validation of Possible Commonalities Between Diverse R&D Portfolios

 

Mattia Bianchi, Alberto Di Minin, Federico Frattini and Josè Lejarraga Lejarraga.

Internal and External technology exploitation: complementary or alternative strategies?

 

 

 

EVENING THURSDAY 1 JULY

 

17.30

Visit to Arley Hall

Buses depart 17.30

19.00 - 21.30

Buffet supper, The Tudor Barn, Arley Hall 

22.00

Buses depart for return to Manchester

22.45

Buses arrive city centre

 

 


 

FRIDAY 2 JULY

09.15 – 10.15

Plenary session – Manchester Business School  (MBS)  ROOM Y            

09.15 – 10.15

Creative technologies and innovation opportunity

09.15 – 09.45

The BBC R&D Lab in Manchester

Adrian Woolard, BBC R&D Laboratory North

09.45 -  10.15

Digital technology and innovation potential

Bob Anderson, Nottingham University Horizon project

 

 

10.30 - 12.30

Innovation and research futures

 

MBS ROOM X

MBS ROOM Y

MBS ROOM Z

10.30 - 12.30

European Innovation Futures

 

WORKSHOP

 

Research directions

 

 

Research directions

 

 

 

Karl-heinz Leitner, Philine Warnke, Anna Trifilova and Bettina von Stamm.

Innovation Futures in Europe: A foresight exercise on emerging patterns of innovation

 

[Presentation file]

Teh-yuan Chang.

The earlier involvement of patent attorney, the more university patents? An exploratory study

 

Zaza Nadja Lee Hansen and Lauge Rasmussen.

Offshoring R&D: The relationship between transparency, communication structures and knowledge

[Presentation file]

Ana María Serrano-Bedia, M. Concepcion Lopez-Fernandez and Gema Garcia-Piqueres,

Innovative activity sources and innovation performance

[Presentation file]

Miriam Delgado-Verde, Gregorio Martín-de-Castro, José Emilio Navas-López, and Jorge Cruz-González.

Human capital, social capital and technological innovation: an empirical study.

 

Sally Gee.

Evolving divisions of labour: users, producers and open innovation

 

Ozcan Saritas and Yanuar Nugroho,

Mapping issues and envisaging futures: An evolutionary scenario approach

Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro, Gabriel Cepeda-Carrión, Maria Teresa Sanchez Polo and Steve Eldridge.

Balancing Technology and Physician-Patient Knowledge though an Unlearning Context

 

Irina Saur-Amaral

Innovation Intelligence: Crowdsourcing

in a Social Network

Kai-Ingo Voigt, Christian Baccarella, and Daniel Gerhard.

Advertising for high-technology products in the product launch phase – A content-analysis

Jieyin K, Alberto Di Minin and Xiaohong (Iris) Quan.

A Comparison on International R&D Strategies of Chinese Companies in Europe and the U.S

 

 

 

 

 

12.30

Coffee, tea & juices in each room

12.30 – 13.00

ACTIONS, CONFERENCE WIKI ETC

 

13.00 -14.00

LUNCH in MBS

 

 

MBS ROOM 3.97

14.00 – 16.30

ACADEMIC RESEARCH FUTURES – PARTICIPATIVE WORKSHOP

 

Organised by MBS doctoral students

 

 

Doctoral research and beyond – an exercise using enquiry-based learning.

Identifying research opportunities networks and collaborative projects

Introduction to the European Doctoral Summer School in Technology Management, and EITIM Doctoral Conference

 

Open to all delegates – including managers, consultants, MBA and Masters students. Designed in particular for doctoral students and post-doc research fellows as well as those who supervise them.

The objectives of the workshop will be decided by the participants.

 

Some suggestions for discussion include:  advancing R&D management theory and practice and exploiting the conference theme “ information imagination and intelligence”

 

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