Innovation as a Discipline (Methods and Metrics)
January 9, 2006 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Learn about innovation methods and metrics that can significantly improve rates of success in innovation from Larry Keeley, Co-founder and President, Doblin, Inc. Learn more.
The University of Chicago, Gleacher Center
5:30pm - 6:00pm Networking
Register Online (Please register by 12/15/05)
Atul Setlur, '04
This is the second meeting for the Innovation Roundtable. This meeting will feature Larry Keeley, Co-founder and President Doblin, Inc., an innovation strategy firm known for pioneering comprehensive innovation systems.
Larry will present innovation methods and metrics that can significantly improve rates of success in innovation and share opportunities for innovation in innovation research.
Since 1979, Keeley has worked with many global companies on innovation effectiveness, among them Aetna, American Express, Amoco, Apple, Citigroup, Consignia, Diageo, Hallmark, McDonald�s, Monsanto, Motorola, Novartis, Pfizer, Shell, Steelcase, Target, Texas Instruments, WellPoint, Whirlpool, and Zurich Financial Services. He lectures frequently and publishes regularly on strategic aspects of innovation. He has written book on innovation effectiveness �The Taming of the New,� in press, and expected next year from Harvard Business School Press.
Keeley teaches graduate innovation strategy classes at the Institute of Design in Chicago, the first design school in the U.S. with a Ph.D. program, where he is also a board member. He lectures at executive education programs at Kellogg Graduate School of Management and in their Masters of Manufacturing Management program, and with the London Business School. Keeley was a Senior Fellow of the Center for Business Innovation, in Boston. He is also a board member for WBEZ-FM, Chicago�s public radio station, where he has charted strategy for what has become the most innovative public station in the public radio network in the US.