- 28.10.2010 - 28.10.2010 01.30 h - 04.00 h
- Bangkok University - Kluaynamthai Campus - Bangkok
KM World Seminar Series
Designing the Innovation Process: Building, Managing, Communicating and Measuring
By Dr. Kevin Desouza
Two universal truths underpin most business operations: (1) unless businesses can demonstrate value to their stakeholders on a constant basis they will lose customers and markets and get overrun by the competition, and (2) to generate business value, an organization must constantly innovate, and do so in an effective and efficient manner. Innovation is a crucial component of business strategy, but the process of innovation may seem difficult to design and manage. To plan organizational initiatives around innovation or to bolster innovation requires a firm grasp of the innovation process. Few organizations have transparently defined such a process. In this presentation, I will describe the process of innovation and propose mechanisms to measure the value of innovation. The innovation process will be broken down into the discrete stages and for each stage, context, outputs and critical ingredients will be discussed. Findings are based on extensive study of over 30 top US and European companies with mature innovation processes.
Dr. Kevin C. Desouza is on the faculty of the Information School at the University of Washington. He holds adjunct appointments in the College of Engineering and at the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs. He currently serves as the Director of the Institute for Innovation in Information Management (I3M) and is an affiliate faculty member of the Center for American Politics and Public Policy, both housed at the University of Washington. He founded the Institute for National Security Education and Research, an inter- disciplinary, university-wide initiative, in August 2006 and served as its Director until February 2008. He holds a visiting professorship at the Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana. He has held visiting positions at the Center for International Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science, the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa, Groupe Sup de Co Montpellier (GSCM) Business School in France, and the Accenture Institute for High Business Performance in Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA). In the private sector, he founded the Engaged Enterprise and its think-tank, the Institute for Engaged Business Research. The Engaged Enterprise was a global strategy consulting firm with expertise in the areas of knowledge management, crisis management, strategic deployment of information systems, and government and competitive intelligence assignments.
Dr. Desouza has authored Managing Knowledge with Artificial Intelligence (2002), co-authored The Outsourcing Handbook (2006), Managing Information in Complex Organizations (2005) and Engaged Knowledge Management (2005), and edited New Frontiers of Knowledge Management (2005) and Agile Information Systems (2006). His most recent book is Managing Knowledge Security (2007). In addition, he has published articles in prestigious practitioner and academic journals.
More Information about Dr. Desouza can be found at http://kevindesouza.net/
13:00-13:30 Registration and Seating
13:30-13:45 Welcome Address by Dr. Siriwan Ratanakarm – Assistant to the President for Academic Affairs, Bangkok University and by Dr.Wantanee Chongkum, Department Director, Innovation Culture Promotion, National Innovation Agency and by Dr. Vincent Ribière – Managing Director of the IKI-SEA
13:45-14:30 Designing the Innovation Process: Building, Managing, Communicating and Measuring – Part 1 by Dr. Kevin Desouza, Director of the Institute for Innovation in Information Management, University of Washington.
14:30-14:45 Coffee break - Networking
14:45-15:45 Designing the Innovation Process: Building, Managing, Communicating and Measuring – Part 2
15:45-16:00 Questions and Answers
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