Technology Roadmapping, with Tugrul Daim
Creating and communicating a culture of inclusion in politically divisive times, with Nanu Iyer
Registration Opens 10/23. Late pricing starts 11/18.
Technology roadmapping is a comprehensive approach for strategy planning to integrate science/technological considerations into product and business aspects as well as to provide a way to identify new opportunities in achieving a desired objective from the development of new technologies.
The roadmapping approach is flexible, and can support many different strategic aims, where there is a need to align different functional strategies or organizational perspectives (for example, markets, products, services, technology and resources). While the dominant term is ‘technology’ roadmapping (due to the historical roots of the approach), ‘strategic’, ‘innovation’, ‘business’ or ‘industry’ roadmapping are perhaps more appropriate given the potential uses of the method.
Dr. Tugrul Daim is a Professor and PhD Program Director in the Department of Engineering and Technology Management at Portland State University. He has over 20 years of experience with development of technology roadmaps including the industry, government and academic organizations. Organizations that he has helped include US Dept of Energy, Energy Trust of Oregon, Biotronik, Biopro, Elsevier and organizations from across the US power sector including EPRI, BPA, TVA, US DOE and many other utilities. His work with power utilities has led to the development of the “National Energy Efficiency Technology Roadmap” and “Collaborative Transmission Technology Roadmap”. Prior to joining PSU, Professor Daim worked at Intel Corporation for over a decade in varying management roles including the management of product and technology development in which he was responsible for developing and implementing technology roadmaps. He is recognized worldwide for his expertise in technology roadmapping, recently receiving awards from the two leading technology management organizations (IAMOT and PICMET) for his academic and industrial leadership in this area. Dr. Daim has published over 200 refereed papers in journals and conference proceedings. His papers appeared in Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Technovation, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, Computers and Industrial Engineering, Journal of Medical Systems, Energy, Energy Policy and many others. He has several books proceedings. He is the Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management and North American Editor of Technological Forecasting and Social Change. He received his BS in Mechanical Engineering from Bogazici University in Turkey, MS in Mechanical Engineering from Lehigh University in Pennsylvania, MS in Engineering Management from Portland State University, and Ph.D. in Systems Science: Engineering Management from Portland State University in Portland Oregon.
For the most part employees know that their organization expects that conversations and activities not related to work shouldn't make them lose focus or get detracted from their "real" work. However, employees have a right to discuss "issues" that they think may directly affect their working conditions. Educating and communicating with co-workers on how others might perceive their rhetoric might help in alleviating some of these issues. Project managers should be cautious in that none of their communication initiatives alienate their co-workers.
Nanu Iyer (Ph.D., Indiana University) is the Director of the Integrated Strategic Communication program at WSU Vancouver and teaches courses on Advertising, Social Issues, and Research Methods.
Grilled Wild Salmon with Spinach, Artichoke,
Roasted Tomato Pico,
Served with Lemon Pesto Gnocci
- Or -
Pecorino Crusted Eggplant with Tomato Coulis,
Succotash of Fresh Corn, Edamame, Red Onions
And Three Cheese Polenta Cakes
Doubletree Lloyd Center, 1000 NE Multnomah, Portland, Oregon
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4:00 Registration table opens
4:30 Educational presentation
5:35 New member welcome meeting
6:00 Dinner & announcements
7:00 Keynote presentation
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|Event Date||11-21-2017 4:00 pm|
|Event End Date||11-21-2017 8:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||10-23-2017|
|Cut off date||11-21-2017 11:55 pm|
|Late Fee||$15.00(From 11-17-2017)|
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