As many students are quickly becoming innovators and entrepreneurs thanks to an increase in entrepreneurship activities on campus, it’s important that faculty work closely with students – as well as other key players in the ecosystem – to ensure they have access to the right resources and opportunities. Read more.
Professor David Teece is one of the impactful business scholars of his generation. His research has been cited over 128,474 times according to Google Scholar. His work is required reading for Ph.D. students all over the world.Read More.
Open innovation pioneer Henry Chesbrough on how new co-creation models are fueling business success in the digital age. Read more.
This year marked the 20th anniversary of LAUNCH, UC Berkeley’s startup accelerator created by and for UC Berkeley founders.Every year, startups complete three months of mentoring and product development designed to transform early stage startups into fundable companies.”Read more.
Berkeley Haas adjunct professor Henry Chesbrough, who directs the Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation and is known as the father of “Open Innovation,” has turned made the concept the center of a new course called “Organizational Moonshots.”Read more.
No one who has been paying attention these last few years will be surprised to learn that the field of business analytics is a sizzling hot topic in business schools, with new courses, concentrations, and even full-on majors springing up everywhere you turn.Read more.
Lean Transfer alleviates the pressure of starting an actual company by giving students access to world-class technologies created by UC Berkeley’s Bakar Fellows as a basis for learning the Lean Startup process.Read more.
David Teece has been awarded an honorary Doctor of Literature degree from the Edinburgh Business School at Heriot-Watt University. Read More.
Next month, leading thinkers will gather in San Francisco to discuss the latest trends—including the rise of machine learning and the development of new business models to enhance collaborative strategies—at the 4th Annual World Open Innovation Conference.
See the conference program.
The home team took the top prize at this year’s Berkeley Haas Tech Challenge, for its futuristic look at how Ford could help Seattle residents commute around the city.