Inevitably the majority of most-visited blogposts are those from the earlier part of the year, since they have been online and available for longer than the more recent posts. Nonetheless, the posts listed below are broadly an accurate reflection on what our readers have been most eager to peruse.
In descending order of popularity, the 2016 "Top Ten" reads as follows (just click the title to access each post):
* Entrepreneurship and Talent Management from a Global Perspective (10 February)
The enticingly-titled Entrepreneurship and Talent Management from a Global Perspective: Global Returnees is a new book in the Edward Elgar New Horizons in Management series. It is also the first and only book whose review managed to made the Aistemos Top Ten.
In a field of activity that has suffered from a dearth of useful objective and non-promotional literature, an article with the title "Leveraging Patent Landscape Analysis and IP Competitive Intelligence for Competitive Advantage" is bound to attract serious attention. A piece with that title, published in Elsevier's World Patent Information, was authored by Yateen R. Pargaonkar. A registered US patent agent whose experience covers working with Procter & Gamble and Chevron. This blogpost takes a look at what he has to say, adding some comments of our own.
- Is intellectual property recognised by boards as an asset class deserving of C-suite attention?
- What changes are likely to occur in the next 5 years to corporate reporting of IP and IP strategy?
- What are the key elements of an IP strategy that will transform IP from a cost to profit centre?
Aistemos took this event as an opportunity to publish the results of its survey, which are summarised in this blogpost.
- What data and analytics need to underpin IP strategy, and how should they be presented?