Conférence Peuton encore créer des innovations de rupture en France
Clayton Christensen Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, where he teaches a popular coursles with sophomores, "Creating and developing a successful business."
It is considered one of the best experts in the world in innovation and growth, and his ideas have been widely used in industries and organizations around the world. Forbes magazine noted in 2011 that 'the leaders of the largest business call or regularly travel to "pilgrimage" to his office in Boston, for advice or discuss with his ideas.''
In 2011, Miss part of a survey of thousands of managers, consultants and business school professors, Christensen was appointed as the thinker of the world's most influential businessmen in the world.
The Cycle of Innovation and Society Conference
The innovation is in our society a central place sometimes controversial key to growth for governments, central ingredient of the competitive process for companies, disputed for others, it is at the heart of many public debates.
The issues today won in thickness and complexity of course they affect the determinants and conditions that enable research and innovation to flourish, but, faced with multiple challenges it s' This deal - of economic globalization to climate change through the widespread awareness of risk or demographic changes - new questions emerge about the modes of involvement of civil society in the scientific and technical choices the possible forms of economic regulation of technological development, joint innovation to the challenge of sustainable development, or on organizational restructuring, social, cognitive associated with the emergence of new technologies.
The purpose of this conference cycle is to clarify these issues from different disciplinary gaze. It invites recognized personalities who have addressed in their specific field. It is aimed at students of Campus Saclay teachers as researchers and business professionals or members of associations.
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