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July 16-19, 2017
Melia Hotel in Berlin, Germany.


Amir Roggel - Israeli Innovation Leader - Entreprenuer
 Picture Pending Co-Presenter Olmo Mezger
 

The authors believe that TOC-Startup is an emerging new paradigm of “innovation management” for startups. The authors do not consider their exploratory work as complete (ex. it lacks development of S&T trees for startups), yet, they create a “path to TOC” for startups, to harness TOC BOK, include S&T Standard Solutions, and to enable startups to reach success at higher probability. Through their recent years’ work with startups in central America and Mexico, the authors test and improve the new paradigm to bring it from theory to practice. They wish to open and share their process with TOC community as they march on high scale deployment, web platform supported, starting in Mexico and propagating to the rest of the world.

Amir Roggel is an Israeli Innovation leader, focused on innovation and problem solving methods across areas of industry and entrepreneurship. In his last role of his 28 years’ career at Intel, as a Principal Engineer, he was in charge of global proliferation of Systematic Innovation methods and co-chaired Intel’s committee of “improvement methods” chartered to synergize them. Amir managed multidisciplinary engineering teams at Israel and US Intel factories and Technology Development center at Silicon Valley. He led Intel’s TRIZ proliferation (Inventive problem solving method) at factories and product design centers worldwide. An inventor - author of four Intel patents (all implemented) and some trade secrets. The Problem Solving program he developed for Intel global College of Engineering incorporated TOC-thinking processes as key problem solving tools. He represented all industries in International TRIZ Association board. Since he retired from Intel in 2010, he is coaching and mentoring entrepreneurs and impulse incubators in Latin America, where he adapts and tests TOC tools for entrepreneurs. Amir presented his works in numerous innovation and technology conferences world-wide