By adopting agile methodology to their commercialisation process, Ploughshare Innovations reduced the time taken to review a coronavirus-related innovation to just two weeks. Read how Hetti Barkworth-Nanton, their new CEO, achieved this and how the lessons learned will help to shape their future commercialisation work.
Hetti Barkworth-Nanton, CEO Ploughshare Innovations
Ploughshare Innovations was established in 2005 to commercialise and increase the impact of intellectual property generated from research at Dstl, our shareholder.
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The knowledge assets work is led out of a HM Treasury team, which is working to set the framework for public bodies to manage their knowledge assets, so that government policies and decisions think about the knowledge assets they are generating and have access to the relevant expertise to support the management of these assets.
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