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Leadership in Technology Entrepreneurship
Thursday, May 31, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
Leadership Position in Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialization: Status, Challenges and Opportunities
In the fourth TIM Lecture of 2012, you will engage with the faculty, students and professionals working to establish a worldwide leadership position in technology entrepreneurship and commercialization for Canada’s Capital Region and the university. The lecture will emphasize the many opportunities for you to contribute to this leadership position.
An update on the assets developed by the Technology Innovation Management (TIM) program over the last five years will be provided. TIM students will deliver 5 minute presentations on their companies, theses and projects. TIM Council members will provide an overview of the initiatives designed to attain the eight proof points identified to establish a leadership position in technology entrepreneurship and commercialization.
After the status reports, we will discuss the challenges and opportunities of establishing a leadership position in technology entrepreneurship and commercialization worldwide and the key points of an action plan will be identified real-time with input from attendees. This is an opportunity for you to help shape the university's and the region's leadership position in technology entrepreneurship and commercialization worldwide.
A report on the outcome of this event will be published on the June issue of the TIM Review (http//www.timreview.ca).
About the Speakers
This lecture will feature a number of speakers associated with the Technology Innovation Management (TIM) program at Carleton University.
This event is open to all. It will be held in room 3275, Mackenzie Building, Carleton University on Thursday, May 31, from 6-9p.m.Parking lot P2 is the closest (http://www2.carleton.ca/parking/parking-map - building 10, green and yellow parking).
Host: Carleton University’s Technology Innovation Management (TIM) program
The TIM program attracts talented engineers and computer scientists who wish to launch and grow their own businesses as well as personnel driving innovative initiatives in medium- and large companies. The TIM program offers a thesis and project options and it is the backbone of the Lead to Win business ecosystem.