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Lunch with Letizia Mortara, Centre for Technology Management, Univ. of Cambridge

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The session will present the theoretical model for technology intelligence developed by the Centre for Technology Management at the University of Cambridge. The model has defined a coherent approach for analysing TI activities, which is of benefit to managers in manufacturing and service industries in the development and improvement of intelligence activities. Practical examples of what companies do with regards to intelligence activities will illustrate how the model can be used.

Letizia Mortara is a Research Associate at the Centre for Technology Management at the Institute of Manufacturing, University of Cambridge (UK). Her current research interests include Open Innovation and Technology Intelligence. Letizia has been investigating technology intelligence since 2005 in collaboration with academic colleagues and industrial partners, to establish the underlying principles of effective TI systems. Her work led to the publication of several academic articles, practitioners’ guides and the organisation of workshops and communities of practitioners. Letizia has a first degree in Industrial Chemistry from the University of Bologna (Italy). She worked as a process/product manager in a chemical industry and then she moved to the UK where she gained her PhD in processing and process scale-up of advanced ceramic materials at Cranfield University.

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