[E100 Alert] En Route to the New York #2– Agenda Shaping and Logistics  

“While we recognize that the economy is changing in fundamental ways - and most of this change relates directly on innovation – our understanding   is incomplete.”


Dr. Carl Schramm,
The Kauffman Foundation

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  Dear E100:

The timing could NOT be more important. Worldwide, it is clear that INNOVATION is the pathway to progress – especially necessary in the current economic meltdown. People are no longer asking “If”; they are asking “How”. Fortunately we have some of the answers to those questions finally being asked.

    Now we – as members of a Knowledge Innovation community – have a responsibility to build some symbiosis among our own insights and make a contribution to the world dialogue. Few enterprises (or networks) have coalesced such global expertise of theorists and practitioners on innovation measurement on the micro-, meso- and macro-economics levels.
    What will transpire on the 4th and 5th of December in New York City is an E100 Working Group which will:

-       Explore the challenge of the Millennium Bretton Woods,

-       Scope the ENTOVATION expertise; and

-       Chart a direction for real-time innovation collaboration.

    This – as always – is an agenda-in-progress based primarily on the competence, experience and insights of those able to be in attendance. What follows are preliminary expectation for contributions:
Day #1:  4 December
Henry Kaufman Management Center
Leonard N. Stern School of Business New York University
44 West Fourth Street, New York, NY 10012
Theme: Innovation Measurement for the Enterprise

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Baruch Lev (USA)

Accounting for an Intangible World:

US and Global Progress

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Debra M. Amidon (USA)

The Trapeze Paradox:

Implications for Local and Global Futures

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Manfred Bornemann (AUSTRIA)

Intellectual Capital Statement [InCaS]:

Model for the European Union and Abroad

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Venky Rao (INDIA)

Driving Vision from the Trenches:

Through the Eyes of a Chief Innovation Officer

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Mary Adams (USA)

The IC Innovation Eco-system:

Globalizing the 2006 Survey


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Bryan Davis (Canada)

The Triple Knowledge Lens:

Emergence of Knowledge Innovation Markets

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Oliver Schwabe (Germany)

Dovetailing with Business Accounting:

Networks and Industry Innovation

Day #2: 5 December
The Levin Institute
State University of New York  
116 East 55th Street New York, NY 10022
Theme: Innovation Measurement for the Nation and Society

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Thomas Moebus  (USA):

View of the Rising Sun:

The NY Success Story

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Rob Huggins (Wales)

Benchmarking Knowledge Competitiveness:

Toward a Collaboration Agenda

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Lynne Schneider (UK)

Nation Building:

The US and Middle East Experience

Esko Kilpi
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Esko Kilpi (FINLAND)

The Finland Realignment:

Keeping Pace with the Times



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Dr. Edna Pasher (ISRAEL)

IC on the National Level:

Metrics for Reality and Potential


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Dr. Olimpia Salas

The Global Innovation Dialogue:

Is LAC at the Table?

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Iain Bitran (UK)

Through the Eyes of an International Society:

Mobilizing Innovation Talent

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Dr. Soumitra Dutta (France)

World Economic Forum:

Innovation FINALLY on the Agenda!



    There is more…of course, MUCH more; but these are some of the basics I can provide.
    This is NOT going to be easy…
    Let us know:
  1. Your plans to be in attendance;
  2. Your planned arrival and departure;
  3. Where you will be staying;
  4. A cell and/or hotel contact number; and
  5. Your interest in attending any or all of the 3 dinners (the 3rd, the 4th and/or the 5th).
    E100 Edna Pasher (Israel) and Bob Franco (USA) are working on plans for the 3
evenings and we will let you know as soon as all is confirmed. 
    If all else fails, my own cell form to be reached in New York City:
    En route…
    P.S. By the way, the ISPIM Symposium registration has been closed for a few weeks.
Sorry for those of you who are not able to attend; but check the FINAL Schedule –
http://symposium.ispim.org/index.php/home/programme - to see the depth and scope of presentations.
You may want to consider ISPIM membership!
Debra M. Amidon
Founder and CEO
ENTOVATION International Ltd.
2 Reading Avenue, Suite 300
Wilmington, MA 01887 USA
T: 978/988-7995
F: 978/863-0124
E-mail: debra@entovation.com
URL: http://www.entovation.com

"Innovating our future...together."

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