Energizing the Hong Kong Economy with Innovation in the Digital Age through the Establishment of a Corporate Innovation Index

 

Open Forum And Pilot Study For The Establishment Of A Corporate Innovation Index



Date & Time : 4 October, 2021 (Mon), 2 - 5:30pm
Venue : Live virtual (Zoom)
Language : English
Fee: Free Registration

Agenda

The Corporate Innovation Framework in the Digital Age & Measurement Instruments for the HKCII

Prof. Waiman CHEUNG
Associate Dean (Graduate Studies), CUHK Business School
Co-Executive Director, The Asia-Pacific Institute of Business, CUHK

Panel Discussion - Business Development by Integrating New and Traditional Economies

Prof Toa CHARM
Associate Professor of Practice in Management, CUHK Business School
Director of Business Development, The Asia-Pacific Institute of Business, CUHK
Former Senior Executive: Cyberport, HSBC, IBM & Oracle

Mr Patrick LEE
Vice Chairman, Industry & Technology Committee, The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce
Former Senior Executive: Inchcape, Intertek

Panel Discussion - Measurement Instruments for CII

Prof. Waiman CHEUNG
Associate Dean (Graduate Studies), CUHK Business School
Co-Executive Director, The Asia-Pacific Institute of Business, CUHK




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Corporate Innovation Index (CII)

 

An innovation management and assessment tool to promote corporates' innovation culture and to enhance corporate innovation capabilities and achievements in both large and small corporates in Hong Kong.

 

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This project is funded by the Innovation and Technology Commission (ITC) of the HKSAR, under the General Support Scheme (GSP).

Disclaimer: Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material / event (or by members of the project team) do not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the Innovation and Technology Commission, or the General Support Programme Vetting Committee of the Innovation and Technology Fund.