In October, the Executive Education team led a custom program for senior managers in the Jiangsu State Owned Enterprise Innovation Program. Some highlights from the one week program included both on-campus and field visits focused on university technology transfer practices and strategies, product development  from science to market, a site tour of the Pratt Engineering Lab, a meeting with the NC Chinese Business Association, an overview of the American legal framework to establish a company, and a lively discussion of successful management strategies in the US.  



Above: Jiangsu State Owned Enterprise Innovation Program Meets with Tyrata Company hosted by Jesko von Windheim Professor of the practice of environmental entrepreneurship and Associate dean of innovation and entrepreneurship from the Nicholas School of the Environment along with David Koester, VP of Engineering in downtown Durham. Below: 1) a site visit to American Underground, hosted by Garett Wood, Director of Leasing, 2) a discussion with Keith Washo, President of KDW Consulting, Founder of Purebuds Earphones on successful management strategies for American executives, CEOs, and company leaders.




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