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Effective Operation Strategies for Small TT Offices
The focus of this webinar is highlight the challenges and opportunities currently facing smaller tech transfer offices. While smaller offices may be "resource constrained," their size allows them to potentially more efficient and response due to its lean nature. Both presenters will provide insights from their respective ecosystems and the rationale for their methods and strategies within their respective institutions. Attendees of this course should ideally come away with ideas and approaches for better strategies and tactics to make their office more efficient and effective for its key stakeholders.

Costos:
Miembros de la Red OTT México: $1,000 pesos
No miembros de la Red OTT México: $1,800 pesos
Inscritos Congreso Red OTT 2019: $0.00

Contacto
marisol@redott.mx
congreso.redott.mx

Oct 30, 2019 04:00 PM in Mexico City

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Speakers

Rodney s. Ridley
Executive Director & Distinguished Professor of the Allan P. Kirby Center for Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship @Wilkes University
Dr. Rodney S. Ridley, Sr. is the Executive Director & Distinguished Professor of the Allan P. Kirby Center for Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship at Wilkes University. The Center is dedicated to teaching and implementing the principles of free enterprise and entrepreneurship. Under his leadership, it has expanded its mission to include creating and running the businesses of the future. He is the founding Director of the Wilkes Business Incubator, the Technology Transfer Office, the Industry & Community Outreach Office, and a Micro-Grant Fund. He also teaches courses in both Business and Engineering. Prior to his current position, he was Chair/Director & Associate Professor in the ABET accredited Engineering & Physics Division at Wilkes University. Prior to joining Wilkes, he was the Engineering Director at Velox Semiconductor, Vice-President of Technology at Data Friendly Inc, and Principal Engineer & Key Technologist at Fairchild Semiconductor.