2021 NYU Stern Innovation Conference: Enabling Distributed Innovation

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Academic Panel Session I: Enabling Distributed Innovation

Natalia Levina, Toyota Motor Corporation Term Professor of Information Systems Technology, Operations and Statistics Department, NYU Stern School of Business

Christopher L. Tucci, Professor of Digital Strategy & Innovation, Imperial College Business School

Melissa Valentine, Associate Professor of Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University

On Friday, September 17, 2021 NYU Stern's Fubon Center for Technology, Business, and Innovation hosted NYU Stern's 3rd annual Innovation Conference. This year's conference focused on Innovating Virtually.

The day-long virtual forum convened top academics, researchers, and industry executives to debate and discuss the challenges of innovating virtually. The last year and a half have dramatically changed the work environment and have forced us to rethink how to accomplish collaboration, innovation and productivity. This has resulted in new technologies, organizational practices and norms that have enabled fundamental changes in how we come together and create things. In this fast-paced conference, scholars and practitioners will share their knowledge about managing remote innovation and/or the new technologies and practices that are enabling it. We will hear their lessons learned, and some predictions for what we might see in the future.
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