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Osterwalder, Alex (, author of the bestselling book Business Model Generation together with Yves Pigneur, is a sought-after speaker, workshop facilitator and adviser on the topic of business model design and innovation. Alex has established himself as a global thought leader in this area, based on a systematic and practical methodology to achieve business model innovation. Executives and entrepreneurs all over the world apply his approach to strengthen their business model and achieve a competitive advantage through business model innovation. Previously, Alex helped build and sell Arvetica, a Switzerland-based consulting boutique advising private banking and wealth management executives. Throughout his career he has worked in and for various industries, including the technology, media, telecom, health and retail sectors. He has also helped build and operate a global nonprofit organization with headquarters in Thailand that brings private sector knowledge management methods to the field of HIV/AIDs and malaria. Alex’s newest project focuses on Business Models that have a substantial positive environmental, social or economic impact without compromising profitability.

Piller, Frank ( is a chair professor of management and the director of the Technology & Innovation Management Group at RWTH Aachen University, Germany, one of Europe’s leading institutes of technology. He also is a founding faculty member and co-director of the MIT Smart Customization Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. His recent research focuses on value co-creation between businesses and customers/users, customer-centric value creation, strategies to increase the poductivity of technical problem solving, and models to cope with contingenices of the innovation process. Frequently quoted in The Financial Times, The Economist, and Business Week, amongst others, he is regarded as one of Europe’s leading experts in the fields of mass customization, customer-centric value creationand open innovation.

Romero, David ( es investigador-consultor científico y administrador de proyectos de investigación, desarrollo tecnológico e innovación para la Dirección General del Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Ciudad de México. Así mismo es profesor adscrito a la Cátedra de Investigación en Modelos de Negocio en la Economía del Conocimiento de dicha institución. De formación licenciado en Sistemas Computacionales Administrativos, con maestría en Administración de Tecnologías de Información, y especialidad en el área de Administración del Conocimiento. Sus intereses investigativos y consultivos girán alrededor de las Redes Colaborativas de Empresas y Redes de Innovación, Arquitecturas de Empresa para la Integración e Interoperabilidad de Sistemas, Ingeniería y Empresa Concurrente, Modelos de Negocio, y la Administración de la Tecnología, la Innovación y el Conocimiento. Con multitud de artículos publicados en revistas indexadas y conferencias internacionales en dichos ámbitos, es asimismo miembro o asociado activo de diversos grupos relacionados: Society of Collaborative Networks (SoColNet), European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL), Ibero-American Community for Knowledge Systems (CISC), Global Knowledge Based-Development Community (KBD), IFAC TC-WG5.3 Enterprise Integration & Networking, IFIP WG5.12 Enterprise Integration Architectures, entre otros. Habiendo sido recientemente nombrado co-responsable de la oficina IMS-México.