This online event took place on:
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
10:00 am Eastern Standard Time
The Global Innovation 1000, Booz & Company’s award-winning annual study of corporate R&D spending, is the most comprehensive assessment of the influence of R&D on corporate performance. Booz & Company experts will discuss this year’s findings. Distinguishing this study from those of previous years, they will identify flows of innovation spending across national borders and characteristics of innovation networks that correlate with higher performance.
Barry Jaruzelski is a partner with Booz & Company in Florham Park, N.J., who leads the firm’s work for high-technology and industrial clients. He has spent more than 21 years working with clients, specializing in corporate and product strategy, product development efficiency and effectiveness, and the transformation of core innovation processes.
Webinar materials / further reading:
Listen to a recording of the event. This Webinar uses the WebEx Player.
View a PDF of the presentation slides.
Vinay Couto and Arie Y. Lewin, Next Generation Offshoring: The Globalization of Innovation (Duke Center for International Business Education and Research, 2007)
Vinay Couto, Arie Lewin, Mahadeva Mani, and Vikas Sehgal, “Offshoring the Brains as Well as the Brawn,” Booz & Company/Duke Center for International Business Education and Research, July 2008
Kevin Dehoff and Vikas Sehgal, “Innovators without Borders,” s+b, Autumn 2006
Thomas Goldbrunner, Yves Doz, Keeley Wilson, and Steven Veldhoen, “The Well-Designed Global R&D Network,” s+b Resilience Report, 05/15/06
Barry Jaruzelski and Kevin Dehoff, “The Customer Connection: The Global Innovation 1000,” s+b, Winter 2007
Barry Jaruzelski, Kevin Dehoff, and Rakesh Bordia, “Smart Spenders: The Global Innovation 1000,” s+b, Winter 2006
Barry Jaruzelski, Kevin Dehoff, and Rakesh Bordia, “Money Isn’t Everything: The Global Innovation 1000,” s+b, Winter 2005