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Milestone for SP Jain: Innovation patent on “A System for Leadership Skills Measurement”

 
 

We are thrilled to share that Dr Nicolas Hamelin, Associate Professor of Marketing and Director – Neuroscience Lab, SP Jain; Mihir Naik, Research Assistant – Neuroscience Lab and Doctor of Business Administration student (2018), SP Jain; and Sarah Morgan, CEO, The Alternative Board have been awarded an innovation patent on “A System for Leadership Skills Measurement” by The Commissioner of Patents, Patent Office of the Commonwealth of Australia.

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(From left to right) Mihir Naik, Research Assistant – Neuroscience Lab and Doctor of Business Administration student (2018), SP Jain, Dr Nicolas Hamelin, Associate Professor of Marketing and Director – Neuroscience Lab, SP Jain, and Sarah Morgan, CEO, The Alternative Board (not in picture), have been awarded an innovation patent

The Commissioner of Patents granted the patent on August 21, 2019. This patent is a milestone for SP Jain School of Global Management and its Doctor of Business Administration program. Team SP Jain congratulates everyone who worked diligently to achieve this!

 

 

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