Flashpoint works closely with founders to enable them to think clearly about their businesses. It is unique in implementing startup engineering, a business creation and innovation process developed by Merrick Furst, Distinguished Professor in the College of Computing at Georgia Tech.
For the second year in a row, Flashpoint is hosting the Innovation for All Conference. The theme for 2018 is Building a Deliberately Innovative Culture. Participants will learn how entrepreneurs, large enterprises, and educational institutions use deliberate innovation practices to avoid common failure paths and innovate reliably.
The conference will begin with a panel discussion moderated by Rich A. DeMillo, director of the Center for 21st Century Universities at Georgia Tech.
Among the panel discussants are two faculty members from the College of Sciences: Lew Lefton and Michael Schatz. Lefton is Georgia Tech assistant vice president for research cyberinfrastructure, College of Sciences assistant dean for information technology, and School of Mathematics senior academic professional. Schatz is a professor in the School of Physics.
The conference includes a demonstration of Flashpoint techniques in a master class-type setting, with innovation teams from startups, large companies and from Georgia Tech.
Register at http://flashpoint.co/demo-days/