Ken Morse visits the Centre
Ken Morse is a serial entrepreneur, an angel investor and a sales veteran.
He co-founded 3Com Corporation, Aspen Technology, Inc. and four other startups. He is the Founding Managing Director of the MIT Entrepreneurship Center, and conceived & led the weeklong MIT Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP), which over the past ten years trained more than 1.000 global entrepreneurs in an intensive on campus executive education program. Since 2009 Ken is Visiting Professor at the ESADE Business School in Barcelona. He serves on the National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (NACIE) of President Obama which conceived and launched “Startup America” and the “JOBS Act”. Ken serves on the Board of Advisors of several successful MIT spin-offs and several ambitious global start-ups.
Mr. Ken Morse shares his experience on “Critical Success Factors in Innovation - - What’s Hot and What’s Not”
Most Innovations fail, but yet: if we don’t INNOVATE we will die. Unstable markets, permanent changes in the geopolitical context, and accurate requirements of rigorous management in all business areas, validate the need for innovation. Many of today’s problems are in search of rapidly-developed, innovative solutions. The need to identify the critical success factors in innovation.
The discussion with Ken Morse is a good opportunity to hear about valued and tested practices concerning such factors.