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.
About 70 innovation scholars from around the world are gathering at Berkeley-Haas this week for the ICC conference, where they will ponder the forces that drive industrial and corporate change. Among the pioneers attending the three-day event are Nobel Prize laureates Oliver Williamson of Berkeley-Haas and Kenneth Arrow of Stanford. Read More.
Congratulations to two Berkeley-Haas professors for recently reaching 100K citations of their published research, according to Google Scholar. The milestone marks the growing influence of their scholarly findings among other academics. Read More.
The California Management Review’s Summer 2016 Special Issue contains a collection of articles on dynamic capabilities curated by guest editor Teece. The issue examines the framework in greater detail, from the perspectives of strategy, organizational design, and adaptation within fast-changing industries. Read More.
The Berkeley-Haas Entrepreneurship Program (BHEP) and UC Berkeley Engineering have won a five-year $3.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to train and support entrepreneurs. Read more.