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Lead to Win Days 1 to 3 - Agenda and Introduction Lead to Win Days 1 to 3 - Agenda and Introduction Document Transcript

  • Lead to Win: May 19-21 at Carleton University LEAD TO WIN STRATEGIC ASSOCIATES 1. Carleton University 2. City of Ottawa 3. Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP) 4. Ontario Talent First Network 5. Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation (OCRI) 6. Ottawa Chamber of Commerce 7. Développement économique- CLD Gatineau 8. Arrow Electronics 9. Onconference LEAD TO WIN ASSOCIATES 1. Blindside Networks 10. McClarty & Co 2. Congruance IT 11. Ottawa Talent Initiative 3. Gowlings 12. Peter’s New Jobs 4. Hewson Bridge and Smith 13. Purpleforge 5. FreeScale 14. TheCodeFactory 6. Versature 15. Technology Innovation Management Program 7. Fraser Milner Casgrain 16. TiE 8. Ottawa Patent Agency 17. Vitesse Re-skilling Canada 9. KPMG 18. Wesley Clover OBJECTIVE Establish and grow businesses in Canada's Capital Region. The goal is for each business to generate a minimum of six technology jobs in the next three years. ROOMS All Lead to Win (LTW) workshops will be held in the 4th and 3rd floors of Southam Hall, Carleton University. Southam Hall (SA) is a five minutes walk from the parking garage where you should park. Carleton campus map is available at: http://www2.carleton.ca/campus/ Please park in building denoted PG in the map and walk to building denoted SA. Food and drinks will be served in SA 406. Breakout rooms include: SA 316, SA 317, SA 318, and SA 303 in addition to SA 402 and SA 404. LTW headquarters is at SA 308.
  • 2009 Lead to Win SCHEDULE: DAYS 1-3 Day 1: Tuesday May 19 Section A Section B Topic 7:45 a.m. Breakfast (SA 406) Meet and greet 8:00 a.m. President Roseann O’Reilly Runte Kickoff with LTW Sponsors* (SA 404) 8:30 a.m. Tony Bailetti and David Hudson • Program overview, upon (SA 404) completion • Portfolio snapshot 8:45 a.m. Tony Bailetti, David Hudson, Steven • Grow revenue Muegge (SA 404) 10:00 a.m. Break 10:15 a.m. David Hudson Steven Muegge • Define compelling customer value (SA 404) (SA 402) proposition • Strengthen business model 11:30 a.m. Define value prop Strengthen business Work in group or individually in a exercise model exercise breakout room (Breakout rooms) (Breakout rooms) 12:00 Lunch (SA 406) 1:15 p.m. Steven Muegge David Hudson • Strengthen business model (SA 404) (SA 402) • Define compelling customer value proposition 2:30 p.m. Strengthen Define value prop Work in group or individually in a business model exercise breakout room exercise (Breakout rooms) (Breakout rooms) 3:00 p.m. Break 3:15 p.m. Tony Bailetti, David Hudson, Steven • Presentations on exercises Muegge (SA 404) • Other factors that drive growth 5:00 p.m. Dinner (SA 406) 6:00 p.m. Jerry Everett, Chuck Colford, Serge Dave Vicary Lafontaine (SA 402) (SA 404) Learn from good and bad experiences 7:00 p.m. Chuck Colford, Jerry Everett, Dave of 2002 LTW alumni Serge Lafontaine Vicary (SA 402) (SA 404) 8:00 p.m. Departure LTW Strategic Associates invited to attend Attending dinner • Roseann O’Reilly Runte, President, Carleton University 2002 LTW Alumni: • Llynne Plante, Director, Ontario, Industrial Research • Chuck Colford Assistance Program, National Research Council • John Craig • Claude Haw, President and CEO, Ottawa Centre for • Jerry Everett Research and Innovation (OCRI) • Brian Hurley • Erin Kelly, Executive Director, Ottawa Chamber of • Serge Lafontaine Commerce • Gord Miller • Ian Duff, Manager, Economic Development Division, City • Dave Vicary of Ottawa • Jean Lepage, Directeur, service aux entreprises, Kim Matheson, Vice President, Développement économique- CLD Gatineau Research and Innovation, • Guy Ragault, General Manager, Arrow Electronics Carleton University 2
  • 2009 Lead to Win • Jerry Everett, President, Onconference 3
  • 2009 Lead to Win Day 2: Wednesday May 20 Section A Section B Topic 7:45 a.m. Breakfast (SA 406) Meet and greet 8:00 a.m. Peter Carbone Brian Hurley Lever ecosystems (SA 402) (SA 404) 9:45 a.m. Break 10:00 a.m. Peter Carbone Brian Hurley • Lever open source projects and and Michael (SA 404) open APIs Weiss (SA 402) • Lever Internet centric go to market tools 12:00 p.m. Lunch (SA 406) 12:30 p.m. Andrew Fisher (SA 404) Make money from innovation 1:15 p.m. Corien Kershey Select attractive target markets (SA 404) 3:00 p.m. Break 3:15 p.m. Corien Kershey • Identify customers most likely to (SA 404) buy from your company • Position offers to win 4:15 p.m. Faculty is available to help Prepare Thursday presentations selling (Use any room) your business opportunity 5:30 p.m. Dinner (SA 406) Meet 2002 LTW Alumni and Vice President of Research and International* 6:00 p.m. Trevor Wilkins Randy Whitcroft Turning selling into buying: accelerate (SA 402) (SA 404) sales to first customers 8:00 p.m. Departure Attending lunch Andrew Fisher, Vice President, Wesley Clover 4
  • 2009 Lead to Win Day 3: Thursday May 21 Section A Section B Topic 7:45 a.m. Breakfast (SA 406) Meet and greet 8:00 a.m. Chuck Colford Ken Charbonneau • Prepare business case for each (SA 402) (SA 404) key stakeholder • Finance the business 9:45 a.m. Break 10:00 a.m. Ken Chuck Colford (SA • Prepare business case for each Charbonneau 402) key stakeholder (SA 404) • Finance the business • Metrics that matter to businesses in creative economy 12:00 Lunch (SA 406) 1:15 p.m. Group I Group II Group III Group IV Presentations of opportunities* (SA 402) (SA 404) (SA 316) (SA 318) 4:15 p.m. Break 4:30 p.m. Tony Bailetti • Assignment requirements (SA 404) • Group support 5:00 p.m. Departure Attending lunch Presentation reviewers Group I (SA 402): Peter Carbone, Rob Collins, and Ron Killeen Group II (SA 404): Ian Duff, David Hudson, and David Mann Group III (SA 316): Yannick Bouchard, Kevin Goheen, and Serge Lafontaine Group IV (SA 318): Chuck Colford, John Callahan, and Claude Haw 5
  • 2009 Lead to Win LTW PARTICIPANTS: MAY-JUNE 2009 Section A Section B Base room is SA 402 Base room is SA 404 1. Aboul-Magd, Osama 32. Kozminski, Andrew 2. Aitken, Christiane 33. Legesse, Alem 3. Andronic, Mihaela 34. Lynch, Stephen 4. Ayukawa, Mike 35. MacAulay Abdelwahab, Mekki 5. Barker, David 36. Mar, Anthony 6. Bereza, Bill 37. Markov, Andrey 7. Blauer, Fred 38. McAffer, Jeff 8. Burden, Dave 39. McDonald, Kelly 9. Chandan, Amit 40. McNulty, Michael 10. Chapman, George 41. Mistry, Nalin 11. Cismaru, Liviu 42. Morrison, Scott 12. Connolly, Luke 43. Murphy, Arnold 13. Currie, David 44. Nowlan, Nuket 14. Daley, Jason 45. Nunna, Raju 15. D'Lima, Gary 46. Pigeon, Michel 16. Dormer, Eric R. 47. Pimentel, Julio 17. Dumont, Eric 48. Rizk, Anthony 18. D'Souza, Natasha 49. Robertson, Hamish 19. Dutt, Deepti 50. Rosenblum, Howard 20. Foster, Mike 51. Rouabhi, Mokhtar 21. Frosst, Douglas 52. Sarumi, Jennifer 22. Gabel, Sheryl 53. Sibbitt, Chris 23. Gagliardi, Dan 54. Simpson, Reg 24. Hall, Dale 55. Stapleton, Mike 25. Higazy, Sharif 56. Vieira, Elvis 26. Horsfall, Frank 57. Villanueva, Pedro Eduardo 27. Irwin, James 58. Wilson, David J. 28. Jain, Anurag 59. Wang, Tim 29. Jones, Laurie 60. Wong, Raymond 30. Khomutov, Kostyantyn 61. Yartsev, Michael 31. Kozlowski, Maciek 62. Zuohang, John Note: If room is available, you can move from SA 402 to SA 404 and vice versa. If room is not available, you must stay in your base room. Founders of the same company are encouraged to work together. 6