Our expertise in Business-driven IP Management

 

IP BUSINESS REVIEW

Quickly analyze the current state of IP management to: clarify the business needs for IP; identify pain points and improvement areas; and set an action plan for how, and in what order, to address improvements to increase the business outcomes from IP.


BUSINESS-DRIVEN IP STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT

Develop contextual and business-driven IP strategy that directly translates business strategic directions to objectives for creating business value from IP, in light of the client’s business model and industry context.


BUSINESS-DRIVEN IP OPERATING MODEL DESIGN

Design or upgrade the client’s IP operating model to enable business-driven IP management, including adjustments to organization, processes, governance and tools needed for cost-effective realization of business value from IP.


BUSINESS-DRIVEN IP ORGANIZATION TRANSFORMATION

Design and run transformation program to implement a business-driven way of working, using dedicated workstreams and active change management to drive operational change cross organization, processes, governance and tools.


INTERIM STAFFING AND OPERATIVE SUPPORT

Provide interim personnel for IP management positions requiring a business-driven way of working. Either as part of transformations to accelerate implementation, or as continuous support in the delivery of strategic and operative tasks.

 

ARTICLE: The organisational keys to unlocking your IP value potential

Konsert CEO Jens Bördin writes that the IP operating model is the key factor that separates the best from the rest when it comes to using intellectual property to establish and leverage competitive advantages. IP operating models have four key pillars, which can prove differentiators.

Note: This article first appeared in IAM Issue 89, published by Globe Business Media Group - IP Division. 


ARTICLE: Volvo's road to business-driven IP Management

Article on how IP can be used to cost-effectively support growth, competitiveness and profitability across products, supply chain and R&D. The article outlines the development of a business-driven IP strategy as well as the organization needed to deliver on the strategy for a multinational manufacturing company.

Note: This article first appeared in IAM Issue 79, published by Globe Business Media Group - IP Division.