Duncan Bucknell

How do you protect your IP Processes?  More importantly, have you ever done a freedom to operate clearance on them? To kick off this short series of posts, here are a...

Strategy without analysis is like turning up to play a sporting match when you don’t know what sport you’re playing, what equipment to bring, the rules, who your opponent is or...

Whoever has the best information is most likely to succeed and on their own terms. It is difficult to overstate the importance of high quality information to the development and execution...

I’m delighted to introduce a new blog post series – 100 IP Strategy Principles. It’s partly inspired by the 10th century Chinese text ‘One Hundred Unorthodox Strategies’ (which in turn incorporates...

Like many maturing companies, Facebook has been unwinding complexity from its business(1). What does this mean for the IP Strategy team? If you’ve built intellectual property strategies around products or services...

The team at Think IP Strategy created their list of top IP mistakes.   We’ve listed them here for you and we’ll give you a more detailed post on each and everyone....

Guest post by Robert Cantrell R&D planning is a misnomer given the truth that no plan survives first contact with adversity.  R&D involved experimentation, which essentially means to try something and...

Guest post by Robert Cantrell The introduction of IP to any given product solution should have, as a reason, to make the product solution somehow more saleable than it would be...

We spend a fair amount of time working with clients either in China or going in to China so I’m always interested to review books on the topic. So it’s refreshing...