Enabling and Empowering Technology Transfer Teams
MULTIPLY is delighted to have been awarded Start at Best, Workplace Innovation funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020.
The funding is to enable and empower technology transfer teams. MULTIPLY works with a wide range of specialist sub-contractors and collaborators globally. The challenge is to effectively engage with teams empowering them to be more innovative and enabling them to effectively make decisions. The Start at Best Workplace Innovation project is an opportunity to focus on our internal innovation and communication processes, with the aim of driving productivity, innovation capability and business competitiveness.
We will be building tools and processes to empower our teams and enable greater innovation thinking. Bringing new ideas to the table will help lift the teams as well as MULTIPLY. We will build out our ideation and prioritisation process (part of the Mine and Manage phases in MULTIPLY’s Framework© www.multiply.space ) and develop a playbook.
This playbook will be made available publicly in 2021 to support and enable technology transfer innovation in other teams and companies.
This is the first phase of a wider internal development project focused on innovation and technology transfer. MULTIPLY is looking forward to this journey and sharing the outcomes with a wider network of SMEs to inspire and support workplace innovation.
AUTHOR: Natasha Allden, Founder and CEO of MULTIPLY Global Ltd.
Natasha founded MULTIPLY in 2015 to unleash the potential value of technology and people. MULTIPLY works with advanced engineering companies to multiply value through technology transfer programmes and ventures. They have realised over £30m across a portfolio of advanced engineering clients specialising in space, aerospace and defence, automotive, energy, security and transport.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 workplace innovation programme under grant agreement Nº8603318. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission or Start at Best Project cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information therein.