Peter von Dyck, CEO of eZassi, lessens the scare to the medtech industry, giving way to loving open innovation. In this exclusive interview von Dyck discusses the safety, security, solving and collaboration mechanisms designed by eZassi that is diminishing the 'too scared to share' phenomenon of open innovation. Read the article in "Plastics Today"
eZassi CEO Peter von Dyck along with John R. Harris published an article Navigating Intellectual Property Roadblocks to Open Innovation where they make the case for intellectual property-intensive firm to implement a program for handling innovation contributions from outside the organization.
"Companies implementing OI programs must establish and maintain a reputation of trustworthiness and be viewed as a reliable development partner for external innovators to overcome their IP apprehensions"
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The 2015 Front End of Innovation Conference at the Boston World Trade Center & Seaport, held from May 18-20, 2015, featured an impressive lineup of innovators and practitioners from around the world. This well attended conference challenged the way companies think, touting a roster of keynote speakers including Seth Godin, Steve Blank, and Tom Kelley and eZassi’s very own CEO Peter von Dyck.
On day one of the conference, after Merck’s Wim Vandenhouweele presentation, eZassi presented “TRUST, FEAR, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY | How the vision of safe and secure social collaboration is not only for the far-sighted” to a full house. A charismatic Peter von Dyck spoke about how companies can most effectively approach online portals that automatically deliver organized data while protecting themselves from intellectual property risks in their open innovation programs.
The presentation was well received and produced many great questions from the audience about smart portals, safe social collaboration and a better understanding of transforming confidential information into non- confidential data to enable freedom to operate for all concerned. In addition to the presentation, eZassi had a modest booth with a disruptive twist offering to preview a short “Who we are” in an interactive virtual reality experience that was out of this world. “Meeting industry peers was great but watching them try the eZassi story on a VR Oculus was fantastic!” said eZassi Director of Marketing Jennifer de Robles. “Using the oculus at this show really gave us the opportunity for our audience to see for themselves that we are a disruptive market solution that can transform their open innovation vision into reality.”
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Entrepreneur and founder/CEO of eZassi, Peter von Dyck, will join many of Corporate America’s most respected executives as a speaker at the CoDev 2015 conference, Feb. 9-11, in Scottsdale, Ariz. Joining Peter will be Brian Ellerman, Head of Technology Scouting and Information Science Innovation at Sanofi, one of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies. Their presentation, “The Cyber-Scouting Revolution within the Pharma 3.0 Evolution! – Prescriptions for Success,” explores how cyber-scouting and open innovation are increasingly deployed to expand the reach to new ideas and enable scientific innovations emanating from many sources such as companies, academia, government, and non-profits.”
CoDev is the longest running forum on open innovation. information on the conference and the presentation to be given by Peter von Dyck and Brian Ellerman, can be found at http://www.codevpd.org/CoDev2015/CD15_Index.htm.
Other companies presenting at CoDev include Ford Motor Company, J&J Consumer Companies, BASF, Clorox, Amway, Goodyear Tire & Rubber, Campbell Soup Company, JM Smucker, Mondelez, and Axion Health.
eZassi Taking New York – Live Appearances at Financial Times Innovate USA & IE CINO SUMMIT
eZassi is scheduled to partake in two enthusing innovation events to showcase their subject matter expertise in Open Innovation, Collaborative R&D, Social Ideation and best practices in preserving organizations freedom to operate where IP is concerned.
Chief Innovation Officer Summit
Dec 2-3 | Times Square Crown Plaza
Reinvigorate your business with fresh ideas, meet industry pioneers, and Watch our SVP, Randy Odom presenting: Embrace Ideas,Innovation and Invention Digitally & Preserve the Freedom to Operate. Here he will explore the critical components of opening your organization to external ideas, the controls required around intellectual property and preserving the freedom to operate, and how organizations are experiencing a bright new universe by bringing their open innovation advocates and IP/License teams together with a single solution.
Financial Times Innovate America 2014
Dec 9th | The Dream Hotel
The fourth annual FT Innovate America Summit will focus on innovation practices for the C-suite. It will address the innovation ecosystems that exist in different industries and different cities around the world and how they can learn from each other. Speakers include Google Executive Chairman and former CEO Eric Schmidt, VP Global Digital Marketing Ben Edwards, and our CEO, Peter von Dyck, who is scheduled to be interviewed live on stage by Richard Waters the West Coast editor of the Financial Times.In this interview they will discuss the paradigm shift of managing the collision of Intellectual Property and Open Innovation, the risks and how best to manage them in order to take advantage of collaborative R&D and social ideation
For more information or to get a copy of any recordings call us at + 904 432 8315 (USA) or email@example.com
While attending IE Innovation Summit in Chicago, Randy Odom, eZassi's SVP presented on the increasingly popular topic of the challenges most corporations experience in implementing and sustaining their pace of innovation. This presentation discusses, in detail, the often complex interaction of what we call the three I's (Insights, Invention & IP) and the effects they have on managing disclosures from external parties in order to preserve and protect your organization's freedom to operate. With eZassi, corporations can manage these issues and make the process a secure win-win situation. To access the video of this presentation click here | Embrace Insights. Ideas. Invention Digitally While Preserving Your Freedom To Operate
The Unleashing Data Summit in Amsterdam titled: Innovations in Market Research and Customer Insights covered some of the hottest topics in consumer insights strategies, data mining, and visualization and featured leading industry professionals from Unilever, American Express, Nissan and more.
Peter’s presentation entitled Convergence of the 3 I’s - Insights, Ideas & Invention, exposed critical new issues of insights mining, open innovation and consumer driven design, and highlighted what trends and tactics to look for while providing real life examples of Intellectual Property complexities that organizations need to be made aware of as new global insights programs trigger ideation and invention. This engaging presentation came to a close with best practice recommendations that eZassi provides to ensure favorable outcomes for all parties involved in this new era of social listening and engagement. Click here to receive a copy of this presentation or ask us questions on this topic