Please join us for the next talk in our IAA Singapore Business Lecture Series:
IAA Business Lecture Series
Managing Global Innovation
Professor Yves L. Doz
Solvay Chaired Professor of Technological Innovation and Emeritus Professor of Strategic Management, INSEAD
Thursday, 21 February, 2013, 5:00 – 6:30 pm
5:00pm Networking @ Gilbert Sauvage Room (3rd Floor on the cafeteria side)
5:30pm Talk @ Amphi 307
INSEAD Asia Campus
1 Ayer Rajah Avenue
Dress code: Business casual
Light refreshments will be served.
Price: Members: $20 / Non-Members: $25 / INSEAD students: $10
Seats are limited, please rsvp.
We hope you'll join us!
Fabrice Desmarescaux, President
In today's global economy, it would be short-sighted to rely solely on local resources for new-product innovations. Instead, knowledge and activity critical to innovation most likely lie outside your company's home territories--sometimes far outside. And this distance makes it harder than ever to obtain and integrate these resources, eating away at your competitive edge. How to tackle this challenge? Professor Yves L. Doz will discuss how you can build and leverage a global innovation network. Drawing on extensive research and real-life company examples, he will walk you through a set of practical frameworks for acquiring and integrating innovation-critical knowledge from multiple sources to succeed on a global scale.
Brief Speaker Profile
Yves Doz is the Solvay Chaired Professor of Technological Innovation at INSEAD and a Professor of Strategic Management. Yves has taught at Harvard Business School, Stanford's Graduate School of Business and Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo. He has researched and published widely on the strategy and organization of multinational companies. His previous books include The Multinational Mission, with C.K Prahalad, From Global to Metanational, with Jose Santos and Peter Williamson, Fast Strategy, with Mikko Kosonen, and most recently Managing Global Innovation with Keeley Wilson.
Yves also has business experience and has consulted for many major corporations, advising then on the development of new growth opportunities and designing and implementing competitive revitalization programs.