Date / Heure
Date(s) - 02/05/2019
12 h 15 min - 14 h 00 min
Associate Professor of Management
Questrom School of Business
Date: Jeudi 2 mai 2019
Lieu: HEC Montréal
Salle: Nancy et Michel Gaucher (1er étage, section bleue)
Conférence donnée en anglais
Presentation in English
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In this conversation I want to present some empirical examples to get underneath the following questions. First starting broadly, what is Innovation? Second more specifically, where do ideas come from? And how are these ideas sustained into an innovation? I will present some empirical examples from the design of a church as well as other examples from software and science to get at these questions. I will also bring in some conceptualizing based on Schumpeter’s view on the challenge of novelty and Tarde’s ratio of imitation to invention to get at how innovative action is sustained.
Paul R. Carlile is an Associate Professor of Management and Information Systems and the Senior Associate Dean for Innovation at Boston University Questrom School of Business. He has also served as the Chair of the Information Systems Department. Before coming to Questrom he was on the Faculty at MIT Sloan School of Management. His research has focused on the knowledge boundaries that exist among people in different expertise domains. Paul is one of the world’s foremost experts on what can be done to address those boundaries in order to enhance collaboration and innovation. He has used this expertise to develop and design ways to drive innovation in the automotive, software, aerospace, and pharmaceutical industries. In a recently published book called Reimagining Business Education, Paul, along with other Questrom colleagues, outlined strategies to address the highly specialized and siloed nature of higher education. The book proposes new approaches to teaching and research that generate more value for a broader set of stakeholders. In his initial work as Senior Associate Dean for Innovation Paul has focused on the enhancement of student learning through curricular innovation and new models of program delivery. This has included the new launch of an integrated and experientially-based Master of Science degree in Management Studies (MSMS) that was cited as the Most Innovative Business School Idea of 2015 by Poets & Quants. Paul holds a BA in Philosophy and Masters in Organizational Behavior from Brigham Young University and a PhD in Organizational Behavior from the University of Michigan. Prior to graduate school Paul helped start two technology companies.
Cette conférence est organisée conjointement par le GéPS, Mosaic, et la Chaire en gestion stratégique en contexte pluraliste.