As an organization assesses its IP Lifecycle management business process in order to create the foundation for process improvement, it is critical to understand that a company is a living breathing organism with humans – humans with day jobs. Process improvement, though ultimately of business benefit, still takes time away from the duties of the day. As such, there needs to be a framework that allows a company to prioritize which gaps should be addressed and which gaps do not have enough of an ROI to warrant organizational energy. Part I of this article discussed the importance of viewing IP Lifecycle Management as an organized business process. This follow-on article discusses the approach for conducting an assessment of the existing business process (or lack thereof) for managing Intellectual
Property assets.

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Seminar Date:
June 28, 2011
THE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (IP) LIFECYCLE: A CASE FOR A BUSINESS PROCESS APPROACH TO MANAGING AN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PORTFOLIO PART II ASSESSMENT & GAP ANALYSIS
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