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CAMOT Innovation and Leadership 

Speakers Programme

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COVID-19 has had a profound impact on the world economy, the global governance system, the international political landscape and the global higher education. However, from a historical, dialectical and systematic perspective, the interdependence of human survival still exists, the basic development elements of maintaining the global higher education will not be swayed by the coronavirus. For working together in creating synergy for CAMOT and UNAI community, we launched CAMOT Innovation Speakers Programs online and offline while we continue to deliver our annual CAMOT International Conference/China Embracing Innovation Forum.

 

Since 21st May, 2006, when we launched China Association for Management of Technology (CAMOT) at the International Association for Management of Technology (IAMOT) International Conference delivered at Tsinghua University, we have been successfully delivering CAMOT International Conference globally. Our collaboration partners include United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) and many world-class strategic partners, universities and government agencies around the world, including Shanghai JiaoTong University, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Tsinghua University, Cambridge University, Sias University, Chinese Students and Scholars in the UK (CSSA-UK), etc.

 

Throughout the history of human development, innovation has always been an important force pushing forward the development of a country and a nation, as well as an important force pushing forward the development of the entire world and human society. Innovation is multifaceted. It includes social innovation, theoretical innovation, institutional innovation, system innovation, talent innovation, etc., but the integration of technological innovation and social innovation is very important. In the final analysis, the competition of comprehensive national strength is innovative competition. It is necessary to deeply implement the innovation-driven development strategy, promote technological innovation, industrial innovation, enterprise innovation, market innovation, product innovation, management innovation, social innovation, etc., and accelerate the formation of an economic system, industrial chain, and development model that are led by innovation.

 

We continue with our legacy to deliver the vision of CAMOT:

 

  • To inspire excellence for management of technology and promote the appropriate diffusion of management of technology principles in China and globally 

·      To provide a platform for global researchers and professionals to debate on how competitive advantages can be achieved through the application of successful technology management and innovation

·      To provoke the current and strategic thinking on how core competences can be achieved through technology management and innovation

·      To provide a forum for West and Chinese researchers, academics and practitioners to engage closely between both sides

Strategic Themes
  • Strategic management of technology and innovation

  • A Global vision with a paradigm of West Meets East

  • Global responsible leadership 

  • Woman leadership

  • Strategic management and leadership

  • Innovation management and strategy

  • Sustainability and competitiveness

  • Global business environment

  • University management and leadership

  • Challenging issues in the global higher education

  • China Embracing Innovation

  • China and the world

CAMOT Previous Speakers

Ramu Damodaran, Chief of United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI), United Nations 

Special Interview at CAMOT Conference 2016, Cambridge

Gerard Sutcliffe, Former MP, UK

Special Interview at CAMOT Conference 2016, Cambridge

Professor Elli Aaltonen, Former Governor of East Province of Finland

Special Interview at CAMOT Conference 2016, Cambridge

Professor Donald Birx, President of Plymouth State University, USA

Special Interview at CAMOT Conference 2016, Cambridge

Professor Craig Mahoney, Vice Chancellor of University of West of Scotland, UK

Special Interview at CAMOT Conference 2016, Cambridge 

Professor Yongjiang Shi, University of Cambridge, UK

Special Interview at CAMOT Conference 2016, Cambridge

Professor Yan Xu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China

Special Interview at CAMOT Conference 2016, Cambridge

Professor Lan Xue, Dean, Schwarzman College, Tsinghua University, China

Professor Elli Aaltonen, Former Governor of East Province of Finland

Professor Anoud De Meyer, Former President of Singapore Management University, Singapore

Professor Alan Wildman, President and Vice Chancellor, Windsor University, Canada

Professor Michael Cusumano, Deputy Dean, Sloan School of Management at MIT, USA

Professor David Lamond, Former PVC, Victoria University, Australia

Professor Tony Dickson, Former Deputy Vice Chancellor, Northumbria University, UK

Professor Jin HUANG, President of Chinese University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China

Professor Guijun LIN, Former Vice President of University of International Business and Economics, China

Professor Fanghua WANG, Former Dean of Antai School of Economics and Management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Professor Alan Conway, Former Dean of Odett School of Business, Windsor University, Canada

Professor Donald Birx, President of Plymouth State University, USA

Professor Craig Mahoney, Vice Chancellor of University of West of Scotland, UK

Professor George Stonehouse, Former Assistant Principal, Dean of Edinburgh Napier University, UK

Professor Maurits Van Rooijen, Chief Academic (President) Global University System, UK

Professor Tim Nichol, Pro Vice Chancellor, Liverpool John Moores University, UK

Professor Yinshan Tang, Vice Dean of Henley Business School, Reading University, UK

Professor Genhong KONG, Former Executive President of Outlook China

Professor Georges Haour, IMD, Lausanne, Switzerland

Professor Xiaolan Fu, University of Oxford, UK

Professor Yongjiang Shi, University of Cambridge, UK

Professor Jin Chen, Tsinghua University, China

Professor Xudong Gao, Tsinghua University, China

Professor Yan Xu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China

Professor Michael Badawy, Virginia Tech University, USA

 

Ramu Damodaran, Chief of United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI), United Nations 

Dr Pengde Li, Deputy Minister, China Geological Survey Bureau, China

Jeremy Lefroy, MP, Stafford, UK

Gerard Sutcliffe, Former MP, UK

Conor Burn, MP, Bournemouth, UK

Tobias Ellwood, MP, Bournemouth, UK

Jeff Mostyn, Chairman of AFC Bournemouth, UK

Eddie Coope, Former Mayor of Bournemouth, UK

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