Strategic Industry-University Partnerships: Industry Perspectives on Innovation Creation captures the observations of large and mid-size international corporations and universities to serve as a guide to strengthening organizational alliances. University-industry partnerships have proved vital to innovation, and although these partnerships can fail, careful choices and wise management often yield gains for everyone. University assessments of these partnerships have been widely described, but industry perspectives are less well understood.
- Presents the key challenges of university-industry collaboration and how large and medium-sized companies solve them
- Describes views from pharma, aerospace, technology, petroleum and other industries of working with university groups on strategic projects
- Offers current insights from industry perspectives about selecting project topics and scopes, developing public-private partnerships and implementing university collaborations within company strategies
Graduate students, university administrators, and professionals worldwide involved in university-commercial collaborations
- The Challenge of Reducing Complexity: How to Select the Topics and Scope of Collaborations
2. Selecting University Partners Globally and How Does Industry Track University Relations for Success?
3. Building Innovation through Long Term Public Private Partnerships
4. Orchestrating University-Industry Collaborations through a Strategic Corporate Program
5. Unwritten Rules of Leading a Large Academic Network
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- © Elsevier 2018
- 1st April 2018
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Lars Frolund is development manager for knowledge collaboration and a PhD fellow at Aarhus University, Denmark. In 2005 he established one of the first units for university/industry collaboration in Denmark. He has since worked intensively to develop strategic collaborations between research and private companies.
Aarhus University, Denmark
Dr. Max Riedel is senior consultant at Siemens Corporate Technology University Relations. His daily tasks include consulting Siemens businesses in all aspects of university cooperation, ranging from developing a partnering strategy over finding suitable research partners to fostering long-term strategic cooperation. He is also key account manager for two of Siemens’ Strategic Partner Universities.