The Stage-Gate process can be defined as a framework where large innovation programmes are divided into phases (stage). Each phase is preceded by a review session (gate), where ideas are assessed and deemed worthy of further development or not.
The very idea of a patent portfolio that needs pruning is offensive to some—isn’t it wasteful to grow something so large that you need to regularly shear huge chunks off it? Not necessarily.
The August edition of our series on major upgrades to our platform covers features that further personalise your experience of using PatSnap:
Arundeep Pradhan, former president of the Association of University Technology Managers (AUTM), published on 14 August 2017 an article titled, “Licensing efficiency of academic technology transfer: are there better indicators?”
Jurgen Vollrath is the expert you want on your side when it comes to all things intellectual property. He was chief intellectual property (IP) officer at SAP and is president of Exponential Technology Counsel.
Every M&A deal happens because a company wants something and it thinks that acquiring another company (or type of company) will lead to the desired outcome. This article will explain how the acquiring company can use intellectual property (IP) data to:
A quote often misattributed to Charles Darwin goes something like, “It is not the strongest species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change.”
Last week, I had the pleasure of interviewing Mitch Ditkoff, an innovation culture consultant who has worked with GE`s Crotonville Management Development Center, Fuqua School of Business and several Fortune 500 companies.