The Warren Centre presents:
Vision30 Follow-On Seminar: Australia on the Global Innovation Stage
Thursday 28 November 2013, 5:45pm (for 6pm start)
Professor Mark Dodgson
Director of Technology & Innovation Management Centre
University of Queensland Business School
Room 417, Engineering Link Building J13, University of Sydney
Drinks and snacks will be provided
About the seminar:
Professor Mark Dodgson's seminar for The Warren Centre, Australia on the Global Innovation Stage, looks at how Australian innovation - and our ability to commercialise our innovations - fits into the global context.
The evening seminar is the first Follow-On Seminar to our all-day Vision30 event in November 2013, focused on the key themes of understanding and shaping the next 30 years of Australian innovation.
Tickets are just $30 for general admission and $15 for students, academics and teachers.
Professor Mark Dodgson is Director of the Technology and Innovation Management Centre at UQ Business School. His research interests are in the areas of corporate strategies and government policies for technology and innovation.
Mark is a founding director of the Think, Play, Do Group, a company that works with some of the world's most innovative companies, and is non-executive director of Nestle Australia. He has been an advisor and consultant to the European Commission and to government agencies in the US, Japan, UK, Germany, Spain, Thailand, Taiwan, Korea and South Africa, and to numerous organizations in Australia.
He is a Visiting Professor at Imperial College, London, and International Fellow at the Advanced Institute of Management Research in the UK. In 2007 he was awarded the Eureka Prize for Leadership in Business Innovation. In 2008 he was Special Advisor to the Government Review of Australia’s national innovation system.
Mark's recent podcasts on Innovation in Australia:
Mark presented a terrific series on ABC Radio National's Science Show earlier this year about Innovation in Australia. If you get a chance have a listen to the podcasts - and then book your ticket for this seminar!
There are some really excellent thoughts within these podcasts that we are sure will inspire dozens of questions that you can put directly to Mark at the intimate seminar on 28 November: