2nd Annual World Open Innovation Conference – DRAFT

Silicon Valley – November 18 -20, 2015

Santa Clara Marriott Hotel, 2700 Mission College Blvd; Santa Clara, CA 95054


Pre-Conference Event – Wednesday, November 18

12:30pm Google Visit: Executive Briefing by Google’s (TBC)
5:00pm Welcome Reception: Cocktails & Refreshments – Main Lounge – sponsored by RocketSpace
6:30pm Welcome Dinner: Main Lounge – must register to attendDinner Keynote: TBD

Day 1 – Thursday, November 19

7:30am Registration & Full Breakfast
8:00am Welcome: Professor Henry Chesbrough
8:30am Opening Plenary SessionKeynote Speaker: Ms. Sangeeta Reddy, Managing Director of Apollo Hospitals GroupTopic: Open Innovation within the Healthcare Ecosystems
9:15am Panel Discussion: Open Innovation in Healthcare Across Ecosystems

Apollo Hospitals Group, Ms. Sangita Reddy, Managing Director
UnitedHealthcare – Andrew Sekel, CEO, Optum-UnitedHealthcare
Lyra Health (Start-up) – David Ebersman, CEO and Co-founder (TBC)
Oration (Start-up) – Pramod John, CEO and Co-founder

10am  Networking Break
10:30am Parallel Session # 1Salon A:

Practitioner Experience: Organizational Culture – (Barriers Within Your Organization)

Finding Solutions to “Problem Submissions” around culture that is not conducive to Open Innovation, such as internal organizational siloes that inhibit knowledge sharing, or behaviors that punish failure that is necessary for risk-taking.  

Time Allocation:

a) Problem Statement by Session Moderator – 5 min

b) Expert Academics Comment & Share Analysis – 15 min

c) Table Discussions: Selected Practitioners & Researchers Engage @ 4 Tables – 30 min

d) Recap by Table Rep: Recommendations Generated at Each Table – 20 min

e) Recap by Session Moderator – 10 min

Salons B – D:

Research Presentations on Open Innovation Practices

Topics will be posted closer to the event at http://woic.corporateinnovation.berkeley.edu/program/

12:00pm Networking Lunch
3:00pm Networking Break
3:30pm Parallel Sessions # 3

Salon A:

Practitioner Experience: Business Model Challenges

Finding Solutions to “Problem Submissions” around Business Models that lack the structure or processes to experiment with alternative models; or the dominant business model results in too many good ideas going unused; or results in only incremental innovation projects being pursued at the expense of more potentially valuable projects of higher risk.

Time Allocation:

a) Problem Statement by Session Moderator – 5 min

b) Expert Academics Comment & Share Analysis – 15 min

c) Table Discussions: Selected Practitioners & Researchers Engage @ 4 Tables – 30 min

d) Recap by Table Rep: Recommendations Generated at Each Table – 20 min

e) Recap by Session Moderator – 10 min

Salons B – D:

Research Presentations on Open Innovation Practices
Topics will be posted closer to the event at http://woic.corporateinnovation.berkeley.edu/program/

5:00pm Open Innovation & Technological Singularity: The Future of Industries

Speakers: Jim Spohrer & Solomon Darwin (TBA) – Exploration of future business models

6:00pm Closing Remarks: Henry Chesbrough & Joel West
6:15pm Poster Sessions & Wine Reception: Solving Problems at Corporate Poster Stations
7:30pm Conference Dinner

Day 2 – Friday, November 20

 

7:30am Registration & Full Breakfast
8:30am Keynote Speaker: Ms. Padmasree Warrior, CTO, Cisco (TBC)Topic: Relevance of Open Innovation in the IOT space

Disruptive Business Models Empowered by IOT

9:15am Panel Discussion: Benefits & Concerns about the dark side of IOT EcosystemCorporate Innovation Officers of:  Cisco, IBM, GE, Nike
10:00am  Networking Break
10:30am Parallel Session # 4

Salon A:

Practitioner Experience: Resolving IP Policy Issues

Finding Solutions to “Problem Submissions” around IP policy – prevents or obstructs open innovation, either in accepting external ideas and technology inside, or enabling unused ideas and technologies to go outside. 

Time Allocation:

a) Problem Statement by Session Moderator – 5 min

b) Expert Academics Comment & Share Analysis – 15 min

c) Table Discussions: Selected Practitioners & Researchers Engage @ 4 Tables – 30 min

d) Recap by Table Rep: Recommendations Generated at Each Table – 20 min

e) Recap by Session Moderator – 10 min

 

Salons B – D:

Research Presentations on Open Innovation Practices

Topics will be posted closer to the event at http://woic.corporateinnovation.berkeley.edu/program/

12:00pm Networking Lunch
1:30pm Networking Lunch
3:00pm Networking Break
3:30pm Parallel Sessions # 6

Salon A:

Practitioner Experience: Business Model Challenges

Finding Solutions to “Problem Submissions” around Business Models that lack the structure or processes to experiment with alternative models; or the dominant business model results in too many good ideas going unused, or results in only incremental innovation projects being pursued, at the expense of more potentially valuable projects of higher risk.

Time Allocation:

a) Problem Statement by Session Moderator – 5 min

b) Expert Academics Comment & Share Analysis – 15 min

c) Table Discussions: Selected Practitioners & Researchers Engage @ 4 Tables – 30 min

d) Recap by Table Rep: Recommendations Generated at Each Table – 20 min

e) Recap by Session Moderator – 10 min

Salons B – D:

Research Presentations on Open Innovation Practices
Topics will be posted closer to the event at http://woic.corporateinnovation.berkeley.edu/program/

5:00pm The Backend of Open Innovation Process: Professor Henry Chesbrough Discussion LeaderDiscussants: Intel, Siemens, EMC, Google (TBD)
6:00pm Berkeley-Haas Open Innovation Awards Sponsored by NineSigmaa) Start-Up Disruption, b) Business Model Transformation, c) Leadership in Open Innovation
6:15pm Closing Remarks: Henry Chesbrough & Joel West
6:30pm Closing Reception: Fujitsu Open Innovation Gateway, Santa Clara, CA