The Network Economy
Collaborations are KeyInventors are usually collaborators, boundary spanners         Lemelson/PrizesNetwork Theory – Toby ...
Models to Support CommercializationCreate linkages between knowledge creation and venturecreation- Proof of concept center...
Commercialization Best Practices          Encourage a mindset of permanent beta testing         Invest in projects only wh...
Network into and Support yourEntrepreneurial Ecosystem       STARTUP America Partnership              - Startup TN       C...
Incubators and AcceleratorsIncubators – dissertations x3NESTA: June 2011 The Startup FactoriesExperiential opportunities p...
Does Place Matter?http://www.forbes.com/sites/jonbruner/2011/11/16/migration-in-america-vibrant-flux/
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Presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the ORAU Council of Sponsoring Institutions on March 6, 2013 by Lesa Mitchell, vice president, Advancing Innovation, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

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The Network Economy

  1. 1. The Network Economy
  2. 2. Collaborations are KeyInventors are usually collaborators, boundary spanners Lemelson/PrizesNetwork Theory – Toby Stuart, Laszlo Barabasi etc
  3. 3. Models to Support CommercializationCreate linkages between knowledge creation and venturecreation- Proof of concept centers- NSF i-Corp program-Github, Sunglass.io, Marbler, Academia.edu #OA
  4. 4. Commercialization Best Practices Encourage a mindset of permanent beta testing Invest in projects only when they have clear go/no gomilestones Project Managers are a critical asset Small funding increments not big Reward and celebrate failure (quick is better) as much assuccess
  5. 5. Network into and Support yourEntrepreneurial Ecosystem STARTUP America Partnership - Startup TN Competitions are important!!!
  6. 6. Incubators and AcceleratorsIncubators – dissertations x3NESTA: June 2011 The Startup FactoriesExperiential opportunities potentially more important thanentrepreneurship educationINCENTIVE ALIGNMENT IS CRITICAL
  7. 7. Does Place Matter?http://www.forbes.com/sites/jonbruner/2011/11/16/migration-in-america-vibrant-flux/

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