U.C. Berkeley Launches Groundbreaking Silicon Valley Program to Build Leadership Strengths of Outstanding Engineers

BERKELEY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– The University of California has begun the first session of its Engineering Leadership Program for Professionals. This six month program is being held in the Silicon Valley and is focused on providing leadership training to top engineers from leading technology companies, including: Applied Materials, Cisco, Facebook, Lam Research, NetApp, National Semiconductor andContinue reading “U.C. Berkeley Launches Groundbreaking Silicon Valley Program to Build Leadership Strengths of Outstanding Engineers”

Intellectual Property (IP) Strategies for New UC Berkeley Ventures: A Framework

This week the Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (CET) released a study on the topic of “Intellectual Property (IP) Strategies for New UC Berkeley Ventures: A Framework.” The report provides practical insight on how entrepreneurs implement effective intellectual property strategies while starting technology ventures within an academic setting. Since many UC Berkeley faculty and studentsContinue reading “Intellectual Property (IP) Strategies for New UC Berkeley Ventures: A Framework”

Global Venture Lab Network Report

Berkeley, Calif. (PRWEB) August 2, 2010 — Today, the University of California, Berkeley’s Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (CET) released a report examining the state of technology entrepreneurship education around the world. The study encompasses the insights of approximately 20 entrepreneurship educators with engineering and technology backgrounds who gathered for the inaugural symposium of theContinue reading “Global Venture Lab Network Report”

Welcome Message from Ikhlaq Sidhu

Introducing Engineering Leadership A critical issue for Silicon Valley firms is the competitiveness of their most talented technical staff and leading innovators. High performers succeed in engineering and technical marketing roles, but many lack a crucial skill set to function as both “engineers” and “leaders.”  The symptoms of engineering without leadership include organizational indecision about new productsContinue reading “Welcome Message from Ikhlaq Sidhu”