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Innovation Management

Rose-Hulman Engineering Management Spring Seminar - April 26th


Innovation presents many diverse opportunities and challenges for organizations. Management actions that influence innovation range from strategic direction, to alliances, to hiring, to new product development, to organizational culture. The seminar goal is to offer insight into how organizations can better manage innovation, as well as how individuals can better contribute to innovation in their work activities.

The seminar offers an overview of the patterns and best practice in the innovation literature. Presentations on two common techniques, Technology Road Mapping, and Scenario planning, demonstrate their use in leading innovation. Speakers from Beckman Coulter, Steel Dynamics and Rolls-Royce will discuss approaches they have used to address issues they encounter in innovation.

The seminar includes a panel discussion of corporate representatives about issues that concern them, problems encountered, best practices employed, and innovation-related skills they look for in their technical employees.

Participants will receive 6 PDH (professional development hours toward Indiana’s continuing education requirements for Professional Engineers) for attending the seminar.

  When:   April 26, 2013 from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
 
  Where:  

AIT Bioscience
7820 Innovation Boulevard
Indianapolis, IN 46278
Phone: 317-715-8800
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Luncheon Speaker: 

Scott Atkin

Former Executive (Beckman Coulter, Inc, 2010 Fortune 600 Company)

Stimulating and Measuring Innovation in a Global Engineering Organization 

Atkin has been involved in innovation for most of his career.  After earning an undergraduate degrees in science and technology he joined Dow Chemical and worked in its research and development laboratories, including corporate research.  From there he founded a technology oriented startup company (SAGIAN) which ultimately was sold to two public companies.  As President/CEO of this startup, Scott was involved in all aspects of the business and was a finalist for Entrepreneur of the Year award.  As part of the sale of SAGIAN, Atkin joined Beckman Instruments (Beckman Coulter) and assumed increasing business and product development responsibilities until he reached to level of executive vice-president. 

Advanced Registration Closed

Limited to 25 participants

 

Contact Information:

Dr. Craig Downing,
Department Head and Associate Professor of Engineering Management
5500 Wabash Ave, CM4033, Terre Haute IN 47803 
(812) 877-8822 or (317) 645-3817
downing@rose-hulman.edu