Innovation Into Results: Monetizing Australian Ingenuity
Exciting New Innovation Management Training Program Propels Australian Innovators Into Global Manufacturing. A first of its kind innovation management training program has been launched by the Advanced Manufacturing CRC. http://www.Innovativity.com.au
Melbourne, Australia (PRWEB) July 01, 2011
Understanding and applying innovation (the process of Innovation Management) is a critical success driver in today’s manufacturing environment. However, despite the fact that Australia leads the world in rates of pure and applied research, it still lags behind in levels of commercialised technological output.
This disconnect is what prompted the innovation specialists at the Advanced Manufacturing Co-Operative Research Centre (AMCRC) to create a first of its kind innovation management training program they’ve dubbed “ËœInnovativity’. Dr. Steven Trpkovski, Program Leader of Innovativity, outlined the goal of the training: “We aim to measurably increase the number of companies that are successful in taking their ideas to global manufacturing markets through more deliberate innovation. We aim to help our clients achieve the level of success of a Cochlear or a Resmed.”
Introducing Innovativity ““ Australian Manufacturers’ New Innovation Management Training Program
Innovativity is a comprehensive innovation management training program delivered by leading innovation experts from Australian industry. This hands-on training program is designed to help manufacturing start-ups through to large organisations more effectively manage the innovation process and achieve breakthrough commercial success.
“Innovativity gives Australian Manufacturers a true unfair advantage for achieving success in Global markets by equipping them with practical, real-world skills, tools and resources to develop, protect and commercialise technology, ” said Andrew McLellan, AMCRC’s Commercialisation Manager. “Innovativity is unlike other innovation training in that it focuses on the full spectrum of innovation management and on your execution effectiveness to ensure you achieve measurable commercial outcomes,” concluded AMCRC Managing Director, Bruce Grey.
Presented By Influential Presenters And Industry Leaders
The Innovativity program is designed and delivered by some of Australia’s leading innovation specialists. Among the highly respected and influential presenters on the Innovativity training team, are:
Richard Caro – CEO, TangibleFuture, Inc.; holder of 23 issued patents; and startup CEO, CTO, angel investor and new business advisor.
Alex Maritz – International executive management expert and former Sales and Marketing Director, COO and Managing Director for multinationals such as Sony Playstation, GlaxoSmithKline, Boots Pharmaceuticals and Famous Brands.
Richard Paynting – One of the world’s most experienced and creative New Product Development practitioners who boasts success in developing 16 new and internationally sold medical products.
John Stonier ““ Past Director Development and Investments, BHP Co. Ltd.; member or Chairman of multiple Federal government committees; and Former President of the Licensing Executives Society (LES) International and LES Australia.
Marcus Tarrant ““ Veteran innovation consultant to firms including: Deloitte Consulting, Lloyd Morgan Consulting, and Offspring Ventures/ipernica Ltd.
Chris Sotiropoulos – International executive management and legal background with over $350M worth of biotechnology and pharmaceutical licensing deals to his credit.
William Lye ““ Intellectual property teacher at Leo Cussen Institute, barrister at law and current and former board member of multiple Australian companies.
About the AMCRC: The Advanced Manufacturing CRC is part of the Cooperative Research Centres Program. We co-invest with industry and public sector research organisations to promote intellectual property commercialisation in the Australian Advanced Manufacturing sector..
To Learn More About The Innovativity Innovation Management Training Program, Visit: http://innovativity.com.au/
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