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Podcast masterclass: How to manage an in-house team

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In this Managing IP masterclass, IP directors from Thyssenkrupp and AB InBev discuss the challenges of managing a post-pandemic in-house team

Reporter Charlotte Kilpatrick sits down with two industry IP directors to discuss how to manage in-house teams in a hybrid world of working remotely from home and the office. She is joined by Pieter van den Bulck, global director of IP at Anheuser-Busch InBev, and Stephan Wolke, director of IP at manufacturing company Thyssenkrupp.

During this podcast guests give advice on everything from how to hire a patent attorney over Zoom to using a game with children’s building blocks to explain the value of IP to a company’s C-suite.

To learn tips on how to manage an in-house team and get a recommendation for nice craft beer, click here

 

 

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