Paul Iske is is a professor of innovation and business venturing at the School of Business and Economics at Maastricht University. His main areas of interest include: new business models, innovation management, intellectual capital management, complexity and alliance management. Paul combines his academic career with practice as an associated partner of smart services hub PNA Group. He founded the Institute of Brilliant Failures, which highlights the importance of experimentation and entrepreneurship to achieve paradigm shifts and breakthrough innovation and to get acceptance for failing as an inevitable part of innovation processes.
I am interested in helping to make organisations and people smarter, more innovative and entrepreneurial. As a Trendmatcher, I stimulate agility, i.e. identifying relevant developments and help organisations and individuals to be able to benefit from these. I have experience in many organisations in a wide variety of sectors, both public and private.
Specialties: Innovation, knowledge management, creativity, entrepeneurship, consulting skills.
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