12th November 2020
8 AM PST (9:30 PM IST)
This presentation will look at the challenges of undertaking strategic technology management and provides some guidance on using digital support for collaborative strategizing activities. Consideration will be given to different temporal and spatial contexts, and how to select appropriate tools to achieve the objectives of any strategic episode. Insights have been gathered from both literature and practitioner experience over the past three years.
Dr Michèle Routley is currently undertaking a part-time Executive DBA at Cranfield University, researching the potential for using digital support in collaborative technology strategizing. She has a particular interest in strategic technology management and the global dimension of innovation.
Michèle is Director of Emerson’s European Advanced Design Centre and a Visiting Industrial Fellow at the University of Cambridge Institute for Manufacturing (IfM). She integrates technical expertise to solve complex engineering challenges. Having spent over 15 years as a consultant, Michèle has worked with a broad range of organizations from multinational corporations to start-ups. Previously, as a Research Associate at IfM, she developed practical tools to assist industry with technology-based emergence and innovation development.