The global interest in understanding innovation ecosystems has ignited, demanding that corporate innovation executives change their strategies from outsourcing to network orchestration. Policy analysts and researchers have refocused their initiatives on international relationships that link strengths across clusters rather than on regional supply chains.
Interdisciplinary faculty and staff for the Innovation Ecosystems Workshop Program are drawn from Stanford’s Engineering Management Sciences program, the Center for Design Research, and the Human Sciences Technology Advanced Research, along with key industrial associates.
This four day event (March 11-14) fills a critical gap for innovation executives, strategists and researchers; it focuses both research and education on relationship-based innovation networks and to cross-fertilize ideas and concepts among innovation strategists and practitioners.
Martha Russell, Executive Director, mediaX at Stanford University
Chuck House, mediaX Distinguished Visiting Scholar
Renate Fruchter, Founding Director, Project Based Learning Laboratory
Jeremy Bailenson, Associate Professor of Communication and Founding Director Virtual Human Interaction Laboratory
Greg Kress, Founder, Radicand
Paul Saffo, mediaX Distinguished Visiting Scholar