Webinar Technical 4POINT0 | Technology adoption and impact on firm performance

Webinar Technical 4POINT0

Created in 2011 as the Partnership on Opening Innovation in New Technologies (POINT), the partnership evolved to the Partnership for the Organization of Innovation (4POINT0) in 2017. The team brings together professors from Canadian, American, French, Italian and English universities, in addition to partners from different backgrounds: governments, private companies, innovation intermediaries, associations, etc. Team members study innovative collaborative ecosystems through multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral approaches. 

As a result of the meetings and research conducted in the early years, we noted the importance and identified challenges related to Canada’s innovation ecosystems. With this in mind, the team has recently reoriented itself towards the « organization » of innovation within ecosystems made up of a variety of players playing a leading role in technological development 

With this in mind, 4POINT0 is organizing technical points to explore new methods of data analysis. This Webinar will focus on the topic of advanced technologies and their impact on the innovation performance of companies. There will be two researchers from 4POINT0 who will present their analyzes by association rules performed on two different databases: Aberdeen and Statistics Canada’s Survey of Advanced Technologies (SAT) 2014. 

Animators

  • Georges Hage, Managing Partner – Ingegno
  • Alvar Herrera, PhD Student – Polytechnique Montréal

Panelists

  • Fernando Galindo Rueda, Senior Economist – OECD 
  • Georges Hage, Managing Partner – Ingegno
  • Alvar Herrera, PhD Student – Polytechnique Montréal

March 18, 2021, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm (EST)

Zoom Meeting


Panelists

Fernando Galindo Rueda, Senior Economist – OECD 

Topic: Tech Adoption

Fernando Galindo-Rueda is a Senior Economist in the Economic Analysis and Statistics Division of the OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry. He leads the Science, Technology and Innovation Indicators unit that is responsible for supporting the work of the OECD Working Party of National Experts on Science and Technology Indicators (NESTI). He is responsible for coordinating the upkeep and development of the Frascati family of internationally-adopted statistical standards for the measurement of R&D and innovation and oversees the delivery of a number of analytical projects and the publication of OECD publications in this area, including Main Science and Technology Indicators and the R&D Statistics Database. 

Georges Hage, Managing Partner – Ingegno

Topic: Tech adoption and temporal association rules

Recognized as an international expert in artificial intelligence and innovation management corporate strategies. Excellent communicator and proficient in managing cross-functional Agile teams to foster collaboration and increase an organization’s propensity to innovate. Co-founder of Ingegno, a firm specializing in providing business and artificial intelligence to consulting to companies seeking to improve their propensity to innovate. 

Holder of PhD in innovation management, his research explored the adoption of advanced and digital technologies (e.g. Artificial Intelligence, 3D printing, Internet of Things, etc.) to enable open innovation practices and enhance a firm’s performance.

Alvar Herrera, PhD Student – Polytechnique Montréal

Topic: Tech adoption and association rules

PhD student in Technology & Innovation Management. Over 13 years of experience in product and program management, software development, helping businesses realise their full potential through advanced technological integration and strategic business planning in diverse deep-tech industries. 

Événement organisé par 4POINT0 en collaboration avec Polytechnique Montréal.

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