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IP Portfolio Management for University Technology Transfer Offices: Assessing, Identifying and Nurturing the Winners

A Six-Session Distance Learning Collection
Format: On-Demand Video, DVD, and PDF Transcript

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Effectively triaging and and prioritizing your IP assets is one of your most critical tasks. You need expert strategies designed to get more files handled, thin the herd, and focus your resources on inventions with real commercial potential.

That’s why Tech Transfer Central is introducing:

IP Portfolio Management for University Technology Transfer Offices: Assessing, Identifying and Nurturing the Winners

Six in-depth programs filled with best practices and proven strategies for just $499 – less than $85 per program!

Assessing a large portfolio of IP assets, triaging those assets, and making decisions about where to spend your limited resources and how to nurture the most promising inventions are perhaps the most critical roles of a TTO. Get it right and you’ll reap the rewards in valuable licenses and start-ups, get it wrong and watch your patent budget, funding dollars, and countless hours of hard work go down the drain. 

To help ensure more right moves than wrong, this strategic distance learning collection contains over 6 hours of practical, immediately useful, how-to advice for technology transfer professionals. You will learn from the industry’s best and most respected IP professionals, attorneys and consultants as they provide you with practical strategies and expert guidance on your top portfolio management challenges. You’ll receive these six recorded programs in three formats — DVD, On-Demand Video, and PDF Transcript — so you can view and share them with your entire staff at your convenience in any format.

Here are some brief details of each individual program in the collection – click on the titles for more in-depth program and faculty details:

  1. Best Practices for Performing Provisional Patent Conversion Evaluations: This how-to webinar will focus on what factors TTOs should consider in making their patent conversion decisions, and how to arrive at a solid determination among competing priorities and issues – budget, faculty pressure, competition, IP and development risks, licensee interest, and more.
  1. IP Audit Checklist: Best Practices to Identify, Protect, Monetize and Enforce University IP Assets: This practical session will take you step-by-step through the process and procedures of a general audit, event-driven audit, and limited-purpose IP audit. Includes a free audit checklist template!
  1. Tech Launch Arizona’s Asset Development Program: A Case Study Webinar: Doug Hockstad, TLA’s Assistant Vice President of Technology Transfer, presents this case-study style webinar designed to provide a roadmap for creating an effective asset development program at your university.
  1. The “Need to Knowledge” Stage Gate Model for Objective Assessment and Efficient Advancement of University Innovations: Learn how to identify unmet needs that lead to a technology’s stepwise progression in research discovery, prototype development, and product innovation. Encompassing all activities from inception through post-launch evaluation, the model paints a complete picture of the research, development, and production processes. It also offers step-by-step decision points and guidance regarding what actions should be considered throughout the life cycle of a project. This proven model will give you actionable takeaways you can put it into practice to help advance your most promising innovations while objectively allocating your limited resources.
  1. Using Customer Discovery Techniques to Validate Your University IP’s Commercial Viability: Identifying if an invention has a market — and if it does, how to best engage with those customers — doesn’t have to break the bank. The customer discovery process is proven to provide a solid “go” or “no go” decision while cutting down the product pipeline “transit time” by up to two-thirds, so you can vet more technologies and focus more resources on the winners. You’ll get detailed guidance on implementing the process within your university.
  1. Successful Transition of University IP From Discovery to Market: Case Study of the Johns Hopkins D2M Project: Since the D2M program’s inception, JHTT has seen significant decreases in patent filing costs and an increase in potential for translational funding — plus they’ve identified solid licensees based on student-run analyses. You’ll learn from their successes and get details on the inner workings of the program in this case-study style program.

Pay just $499 for the entire collection – less than $85 per program!

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