Monday, May 23, 2011                                                                                       

East Oak Room

12.30 pm Welcome to the IJ-8 Academic Track
Kirsten Mogensen, University of Roskilde, IJ-8 Academic Chair
Turo Uskali, University of Jyväskylä, IJ-8 Academic Review Committee Chair
David Nordfors, Stanford University, IJ-8 Chair

12.45 pm Opening keynote: Henry Etzkowitz "The Triple Helix - How " and David Nordfors "From the Fourth Estate to the Fourth Helix and the Innovation Communication System"

For the rest of the Academic Track program - click here

Monday, May 23, 2011                                                                                       

West Oak Room


8:00 a.m. Registration & Breakfast starts

8:30 a.m. Welcome
            Sven Otto Littorin, Visiting Scholar, Stanford University, IJ-8 Communication Track Chair; David Nordfors, Founding Executive Director, SCIC, Stanford University, IJ-8 Chair

                  Geoffrey Moore, Venture Partner, Mohr Davidow Ventures. Moderated by Jan Hedquist.

10:00 a.m.:   Earned, Owned and Bought Media (read report here)
                      Introduction: Lou Hoffman, President and CEO, The Hoffman Agency; Panel: Fredrik Winterlind, Vice President, Global Marketing & Communications, Black & Veatch CorporationSarah Granger, Writer, New Media Innovator; Tom Foremski, Founder, Silicon Valley Watcher. 
                     Sven Otto Littorin, Visiting Scholar, SCIC; Swedish Minister for Employment, 2006-2010; President of European Council of Ministers (EPSCO), 2009; Chair IJ-8 Communication Track.

11:00 a.m.Branding an Organization on Innovation
David Demarest, Vice President Public Affairs, Stanford University

                      David Burk, Senior Vice President, West Coast Digital at Fleishman-Hillard

11:30 a.m.:     Marketing and Public Relations, RIP
                       Burghardt Tenderich, Visiting Associate Professor and Associate Director of the Strategic Communication and Public Relations Center, Annenberg School of Communication, USC

11:45 a.m.: Discussion
                    Discussion between Littorin, Demarest, Burk, Tenderich under the leadership of David Nordfors

Monday, May 23, 2011                                                                                       

West Oak Room

Main Track Conferencier: John Joss

1:00 pm Panel      Think and Do Tools: Mapping Consumer and Business Innovation Ecosystems
                              Martha Russell, Associate Director Media X at Stanford University; Neil Rubens, Director of Active Intelligence Lab, University of Electro-Communications, Japan

1:40 pm Talk         Innovation Journalism Success Case Study:
                              Amy Tenderich, Founder, VP Patient Advocacy, Alliance Health Networks.

2:00 pm Panel        Innovation, Publishing and Women
                              Moderator: Tatyana Kanzaveli; Opening Speaker: Andrea Davies, Director of Programs and Research, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford; Panel: Ina Fried, Senior Editor, Mobilized, AllThingsD; Esther Wojcicki, Vice Chairman, Creative Commons

2:40 pm Talk         InJo Ethics - Where Draw the Lines? 
                             Tom Foremski, Founder, Silicon Valley Watcher.

3:00 pm                 Break

3:20 pm Talk         Lasagna Journalism or How to Augment the Tablet News Experience
                              Adriano Farano, Knight Fellow 2011, Stanford.

3:40 pm Talk         Innovation Journalism for Change in Mocambique 
                              Erkki Sutinen, Prof Computer Science, University of Eastern Finland; Silvia Gaiani, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Bologna, Italy.

4:00 pm Talk        Innovation Journalism and Communication in the Islamic World. 
                              Amir Jahangir, CEO Mishal, World Economic Forum Young Global Leader; Prof. Anwar Nasim, Adviser Science, COMSTECH (OIC) is interviewed on video by Puruesh Chaudhary, Chief Executive at Foxtrot Consultants, Pakistan

4:40 pm Talk        New Innovation Journalism Initiatives in Sweden
                             Thomas Frostberg, Senior Business Columnist, Sydsvenskan

5:00 pm Talk        Building Innovation Cultures in Emerging Economies Through Storytelling
                             Burton Lee, Engineering Lecturer, European Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Stanford University

Tuesday, May 24, 2011                                                                                       

9:00         Registration

9:30 Opening IJ-8 Mission statement
David Nordfors, Founding Executive Director, SCIC, Stanford

10:00   Comment  How Journalism Matters to Innovation
                      Curtis Carlson, President SRI International, Member of SCIC Advisory Board

10:20 Keynote The Future of Mobile 
                      Håkan Eriksson, Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, Ericsson (global). President, Ericsson in Silicon Valley

11:00 Break

Host: Siri Markula, InJo Fellow; Panel: Theodore L. Glasser, Professor of Communication, Stanford University; Susan Currie Sivek, writer PBS Media Shift, Ass.Prof. California State University, Fresno'; Jackson Solway, co-founder Once MagazineAmy Gahran, CNN mobile technology writer, senior editor / mobile team leader at Oakland Local.

12:00pm Panel: Peace Innovation Journalism 
                            Tanja Aitamurto, PhD Candidate, Visiting Researcher, Center for Design Research, Stanford; Journalist and blogger; Margarita Quihuis, Director, Peace Innovation Lab, Stanford; Sahar Ghazi, Knight Fellow at Stanford, former senior duty editor DawnNews TV, Karachi, Pakistan; Hanna Sistek, independent journalist in conflict areas; Sabah Hamamou, Deputy Business Editor, Al-Ahram Newspaper, Egypt      

12:40pm Lunch on Stanford Campus

2:00 pm Keynote: Innovating YouTube for News and Politics
               Steve Grove, Head of News and Politics, YouTube.

Host: Mikko Torikka, InJo Fellow; Panel: Ari Tulla, Head of App Studio at Nokia;  Jason Snell, VP, Editorial Director Macworld; Michael Mullany, CEO of Sencha

3:20 pm Break

3:40-5pm workshop: 
IT-readiness in society; How to measure it; How innovation affects journalism and communication; How journalism influences innovation

3:40 pm Introduction The Great Transformation Initiative
Speaker: Derek O'Halloran, World Economic Forum, Panel: Charles House, Executive Director, Media-X at Stanford; David Nordfors, SCIC; Sven Littorin, visiting scholar, SCIC

4:10 pm  Workshop Discussions With all Conference Participants
Facilitator: Mei Lin Fung

5:00 pm Plenary Discussion Moderated Discussion with Panel and All Participants

5:30 pm Mixer

Wednesday, May 25, 2011                                                                                     

8:00 Registration

8:40 Welcome

9:00am      Panel The Arab Awakening  / Live Video - click here
                     Joumana Haddad, An Nahar Cultural Editor; Shahira Amin, fmr Egyptian Nile TV Deputy Head and Senior Correspondent; Hodal Abdel Hamid, Al Jazeera Roving Correspondent; Josh Rushing, Al Jazeera; Amra Tareen - Founder and CEO; Margarita Quihuis, Director Stanford Peace Innovation Lab; ModeratorsElizabeth Filippouli, Founder, Global Thinkers; Joel Brinkley, Hearst Visiting Professional in Residence, Department of Communication, Stanford; The panel is introduced by David Nordfors, Executive Director, Stanford Center for Innovation and Communication

10:00am  Keynote Why Innovation Journalism Matters
Michael S. Malone, writer, Silicon Valley proto-innovation journalist.

Host: Zena Iovino, InJo Fellow;  Panel: Harry McCracken, Founder and Editor of Technologizer, Columnist; Justin Ferrell, Director of Digital, Mobile and New Product Design, The Washington Post; Evan Doll, Co-founder Flipboard; Jacob Ward, West Coast Bureau Chief, Popular Science Magazine.

11:20am Break

11:40am Panel Mobile Media Design: Is the Medium still the Message?Live Video
                     Marisa Gallagher, VP, Executive Creative Director, CNN Digital; Prof Michael Shanks, Stanford University; 

12:20pm Lunch on Stanford Campus

1:20 pm Keynote: How Innovation is Changing Al Jazeera's World
A conversation between Josh Rushing, Al Jazeera, and David Nordfors.

Host: Simona Drevensek, InJo Fellow; Panel: Ram Mehta, Facebook; Declan McCullagh, Chief Political Correspondent, CNET; Mateja Durovic, Visting Scholar, Stanford Law School; Marc Goodman, Founder, Future Crimes Institute; 

2:40 pm Table discussions

3:20 pm Break

3:40 pm PanelAre we heading for Collective Intelligence or Collective Neurosis; Collective Attention or Collective ADD?
                  Host:  David Nordfors, Executive Director, SCIC, Stanford; Panel: Prof. Clifford Nass, Stanford University (opening speaker);  Nicklas Lundblad Director of Public Policy and Government Affairs, Google, Inc;  Elizabeth Filippouli, Founder, Global Thinkers; 
4:20 pm  Moderated Discussion in all tables. Two moderators.

5:00 pm  Closing Words
Keith Devlin, Executive Director, H-Star Institute; David Nordfors, Executive Director, SCIC