Strategy Innovators LLC helps enterprises improve the quality and quantity of their inventions. We chart likely paths of technology evolution and ways enterprises can stake their positions ahead of technology development curves. Most importantly, Strategy Innovators will commit to support you, offer insight on ways to improve invention marketability, and bring some fun to the patent process.
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30-10™ Innovation is a systematic approach to raising both the number and the quantity of inventions produced by inventor teams. 30-10™ Innovation can be used for targeted opportunity development. The process delivers a suite of enabled inventions to the USPTO standard of 35 U.S.C. 112(a), meaning a person of ordinary skill in the art could make or use the invention as disclosed. The invention disclosures provide the information we need to draft highly-comprehensive patent applications and to build patent fences around important technologies.
As a registered patent agent, Robert is a patent practitioner and innovation consultant for enterprises seeking to systematically invent and file patent applications in important technology fields to protect their development investments. He prepares and prosecutes US and international patent applications and consults on how to build and run a strategic patent operation for enterprise value. He is on the faculty of Patent Resources Group (PRG) teaching Patent Strategies for Business.
Robert was an innovator, project manager, and patent agent at Walmart Inc. As a patent agent, he helped more than one hundred inventors define their ideas as enabled inventions and file patent applications. As an innovator and project manager, he was an inventor on more than 150 filed patent applications. His inventions include unmanned ground and aerial systems, distribution center logistics, block chain, and inventions for the store-of-the-future.
Prior to working at Walmart, he worked as a business development executive and manager of intellectual property research and analysis teams and provided innovation and strategy consulting services. He also managed patent hunter-killer teams for corporations seeking to fend off non-practicing entities. Robert is the author of the book "Outpacing the Competition: Patent-Based Business Strategy", published by John Wiley & Sons.
Prior to his career in commercial enterprises, Robert served as an Airborne Infantry Officer in the 101st Airborne Division.