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Nov. 4, 2016 - Open Innovation Success Starts with a Well Stated Problem

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A Problem Definition Webinar

As scientists, we know the truth in Charles Kettering’s insights that “A problem well stated is a problem half-solved”. Especially when engaging global innovators through open innovation, problem definition is among the first steps on your successful Open Innovation journey. This webinar will highlight why problem definition is so critical and will outline NineSigma’s problem definition methodology. Additionally, we’ll hear from Mark Taylor, Ph.D., Technical SME & Project Manager, OLED Lighting, Corning about their recent OI success story, the Corning OLED-Works Lighting Without a Bulb contest, and how this methodology was applied to achieve a successful outcome.

Brought to you by NineSigma, IRI Gold Industry Sponsor

Contributors

  • Denys Resnick, Chief Growth Officer, NineSigma

    Ms. Resnick is responsible for incubating and launching NineSigma’s new products and services. She leads NineSigma’s Grand Challenge Team, and has played an executive leadership and strategic role with key clients, including GE, the National Football League (NFL), the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), UnderArmour, Cisco, Statoil, PKN ORLEN (Poland), NASA and the Canadian non-profit Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation (CCEMC).

    Since joining NineSigma in 2008, Ms. Resnick has lead key initiatives, including launching NineSigma’s collaboration platform, NineSights; developing NineSmart ™, NineSigma’s unique and proprietary approach for engaging and managing our global community of solution providers; and growing NineSigma’s engagement with the Government.

    Ms. Resnick brings over 20 years of manufacturing and business development experience from companies like RPM, Faber Castell, and FedEx. Resnick earned an MBA in International Business and Finance from New York University, and a BA in International Relations from Tufts University.

  • Mark Taylor, Director, Photovoltaic Technology Assessment (retired), Corning Incorporated

    In his role at Corning, Dr. Taylor managed external collaborations and the intellectual property portfolio.\Mark held a variety of technical, commercial and management positions in Corning’s Science and Technology, Optical Networking, Specialty Materials and Strategic Growth groups. Mark holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from Carleton College, a PhD in Geology from Stanford University and a Master’s degree in Management of Technology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

    He is currently on a special project assignment to Corning in the area of advanced solid state lighting. He volunteers as President of the Science & Discovery Center, Vice-President of the New York Municipal Electric and Gas Alliance, and a board member of the Schuyler County Industrial Development Agency. He is the volunteer information technology coordinator for the Humane Society of Schuyler County and MyPlace children’s center. He also serves as the chief technician for the Schuyler County Board of Elections.

  • Kevin Andrews, Program Manager, NineSigma

    With his extensive training in Physical Chemistry, Dr. Kevin Andrews came to the inks and coatings industry prepared to make a difference. During many years in R&D he led projects that resulted in new coatings, reduced-VOC ink jet ink formulations, inks for high resolution large format graphics printers, and spray-coating systems.

    Dr. Andrews led numerous multi-functional teams through product development cycles to develop powerful printing systems for large- scale, high-resolution graphics applications. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies in the automotive, chemical, food, consumer product, packaging, apparel, energy, and industrial manufacturing areas. He has experience with instrument and equipment design, monomer and solvent purification, and polymer sample preparation under modified atmosphere.

    Dr. Andrews holds a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry and an M.S. in Chemical Physics from the University of Maryland as well as a B.A. in Physics from the College of Wooster.