R&D lies at the heart of all technology intensive enterprises and is a critical resource to be managed for societal, environmental and economic benefit. The conference will address the challenges that this raises, including the following topics:
Tools, toolkits, techniques and processes for managing technology, R&D and innovation
Entrepreneurship, investment, open innovation, business models and intellectual property
Technology and innovation policy, systems of innovation, innovation impact and university-industry interaction
People, organisation, skills and learning for R&D effectiveness
The programme will feature keynote speakers, academic and industrial tracks, workshops, tutorials and a range of social events including a conference dinner. It will be preceded by a two day PhD Colloquium.
Organised by the Centre for Technology Management, University of Cambridge.
The R&D Management conference 2016 is sponsored by:
In association with the Cambridge Strategic Technology & Innovation Management Consortium:
In association with the R&D Management Journal and RADMA Association: