How have strategic value creation networks become vital to technology development and economic growth?
Co-creation relies on the relationship infrastructure of people, organizations and policies. Though complex and intangible, these assets can be observed through network analysis of small, medium and large enterprises.
Visual insights toward a shared vision can be created by mapping the relationships through which talent, information and financial resources flow.
Join Dr. Martha G. Russell, Executive Director of Media X at Stanford University, for an interactive SVII dinner to explore new and unpublished visualizations of the global mobile industry. >>Dr. Russell’s Full Bio
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Bay Cafe Restaurant (at the Palo Alto Golf Course)
1875 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto, CA
6:00 – Doors Open (Networking)
6:45 – Dinner Starts
7:00 – SVII Business
7:15 – Program Starts
9:00 – Wrap-Up (Networking till close at 9:30)
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