Henry Chesbrough, faculty director of the Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation, and known worldwide as the “father of open innovation,” is hosting the Fourth Annual World Open Innovation Conference in San Francisco, December 12-15.
See the conference program.
“I think there’s a stereotype about the Bay Area that we’re solving first-world problems for the millennials, but the real issue is the next billion users, and, in some sense, that’s what Sarrah’s team is focused on.” Read more.
Rhonda Shrader, executive director of both the Bay Area I-Corps and of the Berkeley Haas Entrepreneurship Program, says the key to creating a successful product is to get out of the office and talk to potential buyers. Read more.
Our intent is to identify the most interesting, difficult data problems today that require state-of-the-art solutions and establish Haas’s leadership in data science as it applies to business.Read more.
Henry Chesbrough, faculty director of the Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation, was honored with a medal from the Industrial Research Institute (IRI) this month for his standout work in innovation management. Read more.
For the past half year, the government of Andhra Pradesh, India, has commissioned Berkeley-Haas to develop a scalable prototype for a smart village. The project is led by Solomon Darwin, executive director of the Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation at Haas.Read more.
The institute is proud to congratulate Professor Henry Chesbrough in his recent milestone of reaching 50k citations on Google Scholar! Read more.
Prof. Henry Chesbrough, known as the “father of open innovation,” recently helped launched UC Berkeley’s Enel Innovation Hub. The initiative will foster collaboration between Berkeley-affiliated startups and Enel, a multinational energy company Read more.
Haas undergraduate and MBA students will gain expanded entrepreneurship offerings as part of a new $2.2 million grant from the State of California. The state grant money will be distributed over three years to the NSF I-Corps program. Read more.
Eleven early-stage student startups have been selected from a record 40 applicants to receive Dean’s Seed Fund grants this spring.This year’s teams include students in the Full-time MBA and Evening & Weekend MBA programs.