Universities are increasingly interested in how to maximize resources supporting technology transfer and commercialization, but the task can be daunting. Assessing the efficacy and effectiveness of that environment begins with identifying how institutional policies, procedures, organizational structure and staffing compare to best practices, with a goal of optimizing the quality of the service provided to faculty and research staff and commercialization outcomes. This webinar will touch on important points along the innovation continuum, from the idea to the marketplace, while also developing partnerships with the internal community, external constituents, research sponsors, government, industry, and other academic institutions to expand your commercialization opportunities.
- Understand the framework for evaluating the effectiveness of your organization's technology transfer program.
- Identify the industry trends in novel, holistic approaches used by leading US academic institutions.
- Engage both internal and external stakeholders in the process; and
- Perform a SWOT analysis and identify your appropriate goals and performance metrics.
Pre-registration closes Tuesday, April 24. There will be a late registration fee of $15 per person/group added after this deadline.
Membership Discount not available to Chapter Members.