European Prof. Vlasic is a founder and council chair of the Innovation Institute and heads a committee of renowned innovation professors from Stanford, Harvard and Duke, focusing on how to deliver innovation as a logical outcome of a well-structured process. He will be at Regenesys on Friday March 16 at 6:30pm talking about the misconceptions and implications of innovation.
His presentation will focus on exploring the underlying principles of failure: why organizations once celebrated for innovation, fail to innovate in the future and why once lucrative industries disappear in the face of change.
He will also explore insights that have been uncovered by the Innovation Institute’s research on the biology of human mind, related to the psychology of decision-making and the sociology of interactions. Professor Vlasic will discuss using the principles of economics to identify the underlying principles of innate human and organizational limitations, as they pertain to innovation and creativity.
Date: March 16, 2018
When: 15h00 – 17h00
Where: Regenesys Business School, 4 Pybus Street, Sandton RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Professor Vlasic
Professor Vlasic is a professor of marketing and innovation at the University of Zagreb (Croatia) and University of Ljubljana (Slovenia). He has been teaching as a visiting scholar at the Bocconi University (Italy), University of Sussex (UK), GA Tech (USA) and University of Sarajevo (Bosnia).
He has a PhD from Bocconi University (Italy) majoring in innovation and market strategies, and received a second PhD from the University of Klagenfurt (Austria) majoring in sociology and economics.
He is a recipient for the 2nd prize for the Best PhD (awarded by European Marketing Academy and McKinsey), is a recipient of the National Science Award (awarded by Croatian Parliament), and has numerous other awards. He is a consultant on innovation strategies for several major European corporations.