Profiting from Service Innovation

Event :  Profiting from Service Innovation 

Date :  09/02/2013

 

 

This workshop on ‘Innovation & Intellectual Property in Services’ was co-organised by the University of Manchester Business School, the University of Bath School of Management, ESRC and the UK~IRC.

How do Knowledge-intensive Business Service (KIBS) firms capture value from innovation?  What relevance do different forms of Intellectual Property (IP) and knowledge capture  have here –  formal methods (e.g. patents, trademarks and copyrights), contractual agreements (e.g. confidentiality agreements and employment contracts) and informal methods (e.g. secrecy and lead time advantages)?  This workshop looked to address these questions and more. 
 
The conference covered three closely intertwined themes: 
  • Profiting from Innovation and Intellectual Property 
  • Challenges of Open Innovation Business Models
  • Capturing value from IP in different IP regimes

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Below is the programme of speakers at the Conference

There are links to presentations and podcasts where they are available.

Speakers

Ian Miles, Professor at Manchester Business SchoolAlan Hughes, Professor & Director UK~IRC, University of Cambridge

Theme A: Profiting from innovation and intellectual property

Presentation: Strategy, Organisation and IP Management in KIBS firms

Speakers: Panos Desyllas, Senior Lecturer at University of Bath School of Management

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Podcast of the presentation


 PresentationCapabilities for Implementing a Service Business Mode

Speakers: Andy Neely, Director of Cambridge Service Alliance, Cambridge University 

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Presentation: Profiting from innovation and intellectual property by service firms -Evidence from industry practice

Speakers: Martyn Jones, President, Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW)

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Podcast of the presentation

Theme B: Challenges in open innovation business models

PresentationBalancing Appropriability Mechanisms for Innovation Collaboration in KIBS firms

Speakers: Marcela Miozzo, Professor at Manchester Business School 

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PresentationOpen Innovation in Business Services: Practice & Performance

Speakers: Andrea Mina, Lecturer at Judge Business School, Cambridge University:

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Presentation: Innovating within technology ecosystems

Podcast of the presentation

 


Presentation: Innovation, Patenting and Licensing in the UK

Speakers: Suma Athreye, Professor at Brunel Business School

 


Presentation: Send in the clowns! strategies for innovation in professional service

Speakers: Catherine Tilley, Director of Operations at McKinsey

Presentation: There’s An App For That – Open innovation and your smartphone

Speakers: Dan Saunders, Head at Google TV

Theme C: Service innovation in different IP regimes

Presentation: Business method patenting in the US What impact on service-innovating firms?

Speakers: Stuart Graham, fmr Chief Economist at US Patent & Trademark Office, Asst Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology

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Podcast of the presentation

 

 


Presentation: Service Innovation in Different IP Regimes; The Situation in Europe

Speakers: Nikolaus Thumm, fmr Chief Economist at European Patent Office

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Presentation:Service Innovation and IP

Speakers: Tony Clayton, Chief Economist at UK Intellectual Property Office

Panel Discussion 

Chair: Michael Kitson, Senior Lecturer at Judge Business School, Cambridge University
Ammon Salter, Professor at University of Bath School of Management
Bruce Tether, Professor at Manchester Business School

 


Closing Remarks: Alan Hughes, Professor & Director UK~IRC, University of Cambridge