This workshop explores how universities achieve excellence in university business collaboration. The aim is to share knowledge and experiences and then highlight the practical steps you can take to improve your university collaboration with business.
Drawing on published research, good practice case studies and experiences from across the world, you will better understand the key issues faced in university-business cooperation, the most important supporting mechanisms, and how to overcome the typical obstacles that stand in the way of collaboration. Additionally, you will create a Personal Action Plan to apply in your institution, ensuring a practical impact of the knowledge gained at the workshop.
The workshop has been devised to support university managers, leaders, administrators, professionals in the interface with industry, academics and researchers who are seeking improvements in their performance and impact.
As a workshop participant you will receive a workshop certificate, issued by the University Industry Innovation Network and signed by the workshop facilitators.
Paul is the Director of Executive Education for the University Industry Innovation Network. He has provided consultancy support in Asia, Australia, Europe and North America to universities. His ongoing research on innovation and education considers how university leaders can create an entrepreneurial culture that enables and drives university-business collaboration. More information is available at: http://www.profpaulcoyle.com
Currently a Professor at Munich Business School, Todd is the author of the book ‘Entrepreneurship at Universities’, has published multiple scientific articles in high-ranking journals on the topic of entrepreneurship and was the Director of the first Conference dedicated to Entrepreneurial Universities in 2012. He has over 9 years’ experience in teaching entrepreneurship at universities in 5 different countries, including the creation of Business Idea Idol and Discovery Panel programmes dedicated to developing entrepreneurial mindsets. He is the Director of the largest study in Europe on UBC for the European Commission, the Director of Strategy at the University Industry Innovation Network (UIIN) and part of the development group for the European Commission’s HEInnovate tool.
Victoria Galan Muros
Victoria is an active professional with international experience in university-business cooperation, higher education management and innovation. As a senior consultant, currently associated at Technopolis Group UK, she has worked with universities and governments in 14 countries, she has authored 30+ publications, as well as given 40+ speeches as keynote in 20 countries. She is the Scientific and Policy Manager of the two largest studies of university-business cooperation, funded by the European Commission. Additionally, she acts as Editor in Chief of the University-Industry Innovation Magazine (UIIM).