2015/01/26

2015 01 26 LEARNING EXPEDITION IN PALO ALTO DAY 3

LUNDI 26 JANVIER 2015

07h00-08h30 Petit déjeuner à l'hotel Creekside Inn 3400 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, California 94306.

08h30 09h00  Acceuil at Enterprise Development Group 930 Roble Ridge Road  Palo Alto,CA. 94306

09h00-11h00 CO STAR WITH EDG Entrepreneurs, innovators, and funders alike can use CO-STAR to build value propositions that are smart enough to launch market-worthy new ventures, and strong enough to make a difference.

The Enterprise Development Group http://www.enterprisedevelop.com The Enterprise Development Group is an international consulting firm that specializes in innovation best practices, organization design, and leadership development. The world of enterprise is full of change: unsettling, exhilarating, inevitable. New waves of innovation are constantly shaping your industry ecosystem—and forging what only yesterday would have seemed unlikely partnerships. Those who embrace this change, who chart their course through its waters, are those who will lead us to tomorrow. Enterprise Development Group (EDG) is a catalyst for dynamic, integrated change in businesses looking strategically and optimistically toward the future. EDG empowers companies and individuals to imagine boldly and act decisively.
Lisa Friedman, Ph.D. is co-founder of the Enterprise Development Group and co-author of The Dynamic Enterprise: Tools for Turning Chaos into Strategy and Strategy into Action. She works with enterprises globally to facilitate a shared understanding of the emerging trends transforming industries, to shape vision and strategy for the future, to teach simple but powerful innovation practices and to align organizations to realize their goals. In addition to her consulting and training work, she is a frequent speaker and workshop leader on strategic thinking and change management, creating value through innovation, future-driven leadership and sustainable enterprise. She coordinates EDG client exchanges and designs EDG's innovation tours, bringing leaders from around the world to Silicon Valley to explore examples of innovation throughout the enterprise.
Herman Gyr, Ph.D. is a founding partner of the Enterprise Development Group and creator of the Enterprise Development Framework, a model for engaging leaders and other stakeholders in the transformation of their enterprise. In projects ranging throughout the United States and Europe to Asia Pacific, South America and South Africa, Herman has specialized in working with enterprises living through periods of dramatic disruption - many of them underestimating the potential for achieving their highest aspirations during periods of change. He is co-author of The Dynamic Enterprise: Tools for turning Chaos into Strategy and Strategy into Action and is a frequent invited speaker and workshop leader around the world on strategic thinking and business transformation in the digital era. “Herman is unique. He is an absolute master. First, he's a fabulous facilitator. He has great insight and can help extract a conceptual framework from a group of individuals. He is also very good at conceptualizing. He goes beyond others because he brings in lots of observations from other companies and the world. His perspective is fresh and new."

11h00 12h00 Dégustation de vins californiens  avec présentation sur l'innovation vinicole en Californie Guillaume de Pracomtal ( Sur la terrasse sous les arbres dans la salle de réunion
Vice President , Tonnellerie Taransaud. Guillaume grew up in Cognac and studied in Bordeaux, where he developed a passion for wine. He pursued this passion alongside a first career in investment banking in New York and Paris. In 2008, he became member of the Grand Jury Européen – a wine tasting jury comprising members of seven different nationalities who taste blind. Currently living in Northern California with his family, Guillaume heads the US operations and sales for Chêne & Cie, which includes the cooperages Taransaud, Canton and Kadar (a partnership with the Molnar family). Guillaume’s family has owned Taransaud since 1997 and had previously been involved with the business for over 20 years. Since 2012 Guillaume has been VP of Tonnellerie Taransaud, the French oak cooperage. Since 2014 he has also been Chairman of Canton Cooperage, which specializes in American oak barrels. He has recently co-written an article on barrels and winemaking published in Practical Winery & Vineyard (July 2014).

12h00 13h15 Visite et déjeuner à Wholes Food Visite d'un magasin de la plus grand chaîne de distribution biologique au mondes We Sell the Highest Quality Natural and Organic Products Available. We appreciate and celebrate the difference natural and organic products can make in the quality of one's life. We have high standards and our goal is to sell the highest quality products we possibly can. We define quality by evaluating the ingredients, freshness, safety, taste, nutritive value and appearance of all of the products we carry. We are buying agents for our customers and not the selling agents for the manufacturers.

13h15 13h45 Transit to Stanford et parking des voitures  in Parking Structure 2 au croisement de Panama et Oriega.
14h00 16H00  STVP with Anaïs Saint-Jude  Standford 475 Via Ortega #003 STVP accelerates entrepreneurship education at Stanford and around the world. As the entrepreneurship center in Stanford’s School of Engineering, the Stanford Technology Ventures Program delivers courses and extracurricular programs to Stanford students, creates scholarly research on high-impact technology ventures, and produces a large and growing collection of online content and experiences for people around the world. STVP faculty, Ph.D. students, visiting scholars and industry partners are committed to basic and applied research that enhances our understanding of how new technology businesses, in both established and startup firms, form, survive and grow. These insights are then shared in leading academic publications, our teaching materials, popular media, and in the training of future professors of entrepreneurship. Anaïs Saint-Jude is Student Engagement Manager at the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP), the entrepreneurship education center of the Stanford School of Engineering. She leads all cross-campus student engagement efforts. Anaïs designs and runs initiatives and programs that teach the attitude, knowledge and skills necessary for engaging in the world as an entrepreneur. Anaïs collaborates closely with Dr. Tina Seelig, leaders at Accel Partners, Citi Ventures, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Stanford, and at some of the hottest startups and firms in Silicon Valley. She co-leads the Stanford Entrepreneurship Network with the Director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Additionally, Anaïs coaches students on pitching and presenting and advise students and visitors on the entrepreneurial resources available at Stanford and in the Silicon Valley entrepreneurship ecosystem – often in French. STVP runs like a startup with an amazing team, and Anaïs enjoys creating and executing in this fast-paced, innovative environment.Previously, Anaïs cofounded and ran BiblioTech, a program connecting Stanford humanities Ph.D.s with the Silicon Valley ecosystem. Her research interests include seventeenth-century French literature, humanities education, social media, information overload, leadership, entrepreneurship, and the intersection of humanities and technology. She holds an M.A. in French and Humanities and a Ph.D. in French from Stanford University.

16h00 17h30 Burton Lee : The European Entrepreneurship and Innovation Thought Leaders Seminar (EEITL) is a weekly lecture series on entrepreneurship and technology innovation as practiced in Europe and by Europeans in Silicon Valley  co-sponsored by the Department of Mechanical Engineering and our European Government Partners. The seminar is free and Open to the Public, and is affiliated with the Stanford Technology Ventures Program. It also functions as a class called Mechanical Engineering 421 (ME 421). http://www.europeanentrepreneursatstanford.com Entrepreneurship & Innovation Thought Leaders takes place every Monday from 4:15 pm to 5:30 pm in Hewlett 201, on the second floor of the Hewlett Teaching Center, Stanford Engineering Campus, holidays excepted. Click here for a map of Hewlett 201, which is directly across from the Packard Electrical Engineering Building, and diagonally across from the Gates Computer Science Building. Burton Lee is a technology venture finance, innovation, entrepreneurship and design industry professional with 15+ years entrepreneurship, senior management and technical leadership experience in seed-stage investment; venture-backed startups; major global technology corporations (GE, HP, Daimler); govt executive service; STI & economic development agencies (NSF, NIH, NASA, European Commission); & top research universities. Dr. Lee lectures on 'European Innovation and Entrepreneurship' in Stanford's School of Engineering, based out of the ME Dept Design Group. He is a frequent public speaker in Europe, Latin America, Washington DC & Silicon Valley. As Managing Director of Innovarium Ventures, Dr. Lee provides senior strategic, financial & technical leadership and advisory services to the global innovation sector, including hitech startups; private equity | VC investment funds and seed- & early-stage investors; technology & manufacturing corporations | MNCs; universities; S&T parks; accelerators & incubators; and regional & national govt STI agencies. Dr. Lee's expertise includes venture investment; regional innovation ecosystem | cluster assessment, roadmapping, strategy, design & new programs development; technology startup advisory roles & operations; innovation management, including 'design thinking', product design & development; technology commercialization; corporate development & strategy.  Relevant policy experience includes science, technology & innovation policy & programs for national/regional govts, Prime Ministers & Democratic presidential candidates Exceptionally strong intl background with deep innovation, entrepreneurship, design, economics, technology & STI programs & policy experience in Ireland, Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Denmark, Germany, UK, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Austria, Russia, Czech Republic, Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, Colombia, Panama, Jamaica, Guyana, Japan, and Berlin & Brussels. Foreign languages: German, Spanish, French (fair)

18h00-19h30 Il est important de préciser vos souhaits le plus tot possible pour les réservation :
- Cinq persssonnes pourrons rester diner à Standford avec Dr Burton Lee et les conférenciers  à la suite de la conférence.
- Pour les autres diner gastronomique au Restaurant "The Sea" 4269 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306 Tel:  (650) 213-1111. The Sea By Alexander's Steakhouse is the bay area's premier seafood dining destination. The restaurant distinguishes itself by focusing on rich sumptuous morsels from the sea, prepared with modern technique and flair. Chef Yu Min Lin blends contemporary cuisine with Japanese sensibility and ingredients to transform The Sea's menu into the extraordinary experience .  
- Il est aussi possible de diner a proximité au restaurant chinois Su Hong Eatery 4256 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, California 94306 Tel : 650-493-3836. Réserver la grande table ronde.

20h00 21h00 Au choix :
-Chaos, a User’s Guide: Solutions for Developing Ourselves, our Communities and Organizations in a Chaotic World Bruno Marion In his brilliant and provocative book, covering everything from personal relationships to energy supply to the way we teach our kids, Bruno Marion looks beneath the surface of the seemingly nonsensical events of our lives and unveils hidden patterns based on Chaos Theory and fractal images. Through this innovative lens, he offers us a radical new strategy for our personal and professional lives, as well as for our institutions and organizations. Bruno Marion is not only asking the right questions, he gives us surprising answers and allows us to build our own future.
Think of the future through the science fiction Florence Leray Teacher in Philosophy and journalist for 20 years, she is also a TV Director. Creator and dispenser of the module "Think of the future through the science fiction" to the Catholic University of Lyon (France), she is convinced of the dimension heuristics of the science fiction.