Duncan Bucknell

Guest post by Robert Cantrell   An IP strategy should take account of the natural course of technology evolution so that it provides adequate protections into the future.  For example, product solutions...

What is better for a product-based IP Strategy, an open system of innovation or a closed system?  The answer is both and neither, and here is why. Strategy, at its core,...

IP itself has a lifecycle decoupled from the associated product solutions itself.  A patented invention may apply to several product solutions which may be at different phases of their lifecycle.  A...

A trend of industry over the last several decades has been to decouple innovation from manufacturing and move manufacturing to regions of the world that have lower labor costs.  While this...

We’re putting together the final touches on our latest book: ’50 Intellectual Property Mistakes and how to fix them’. We’ve taken the now-famous ’33 make that 43 IP Mistakes’ post, added...

A month ago we launched ipstrategy.com – the free online IP Strategy journal. The idea is simple – to provide quality thinking on IP Strategy across the globe from a wide...

Early in the movie Jaws, the town mayor berated Chief Brody for wanting to tell people about a possible shark attack off the beach.  He said, “You yell barracuda, everybody says,...

I have been listening to the book The Upside of Irrationality by Dan Areily, and he spends a considerable amount of time on an issue that comes up with small enterprises...

I’m already finding our 2011 Almanac incredibly useful to get a quick snapshot of events / information during meetings or on planes. Here’s a quick video to take you through it...