Iason Onassis, Philips Innovation - Qepler Summits And Conferences

Iason Onassis

Head of Industry Consulting
Philips Innovation
Eindhoven, Netherlands
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Iason Onassis is the Head of Industry Consulting at Philips Innovation Services.

He was previously an Associate Partner at Monitor Innovation, a Monitor Group company and before that a Principal at Arthur D. Little, where he worked in the Technology and Innovation Management practice.

Prior to his consulting career, he worked for several years at Fokker Aircraft.

Iason works with Philips and external companies in various industries, such as healthcare, consumer products and services. He helps companies in the areas of identifying new areas of growth, innovation strategy, digital innovation, portfolio management and Roadmapping, building capabilities in innovation, Open Innovation, organize R&D locally and globally, and reduce development lead times.

Furthermore, he has coached boards and management teams in dealing with innovation in global organizations.

Iason has taught Management of Technology and Innovation at the Rotterdam School of Management at Erasmus University and as a guest lecturer at other universities.

He speaks at conferences and publishes articles on the subject of innovation and R&D in leading publications such as the Handbook of Business Strategy, and Research and Technology Management.

He holds a master’s degree in aerospace engineering from the Delft University of Technology and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Related Sessions:

2nd Annual R&D
Transformation Summit 2019

Learning & discussing new practical solutions and techs for R&D process excellence.
  • 01 Oct 2019
  • Prague, CZ
  • Technology
Day 2: Wednesday, 02 October 2019
CASE STUDY: New technologies, new ecosystems: how to globalize R&D to access new technologies?
  • What companies think.
  • What consumers say they want.
  • What consumers are willing to buy.
  • How to match needs-costs and timing.
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