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Michele Battelli

Biography Michele Battelli
Michele Battelli is a Technical Program Manager at Google in Mountain View, California, where he works in the Enterprise Engineering department on Enterprise Search and the
Google Search Appliance.

Mr. Battelli has ten years of engineering experience with an emphasis on wireless communication systems, ranging from
the physical to the network layers. He also has engineering project management experience in enterprise software and release management.

Mr. Battelli holds a PhD in Computer Engineering from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts, an MS and BS in Electrical Engineering from the Univesity of
Ferrara, Italy. He is also certified in Advanced Project Management from Stanford University, California.

Prior to Google, Mr. Battelli has held positions as researcher at Northeastern University and the University “La Sapienza” of Rome, Italy, where he worked on wireless ad hoc and sensor
networks. Previously, he was a radio engineer at the Research & Innovation Center of Alcatel-Lucent in Marcoussis, France where he conducted research on 802.11a and Hiperlan/2
systems. Mr. Battelli co-authored several publications in the field of wireless networks presented at international IEEE and ACM conferences.

Mr. Battelli is a member of the board of BAIA (Business Association Italy America), a nonprofit business association in California. He is also co-founder and advisor of technology start-ups
in the Silicon Valley. Mr. Battelli has been a guest lecturer at Northeastern University teaching engineering and networking to undergrad programs.


Contact details

Michele Battelli
E-mail:Battelli@google.com
   

 

Module - Ventures culture and idea formation


Objective

Under the umbrella of the Entrenauts project, this module guides young graduate students to the creation of new projects and ventures. The module is designed around my personal experience as PhD student and as Software Engineer at one of the Fortune's best companies to work for, for the past years.


Course structure

Three parts characterize the module's content:

Part 1 - Approaching Graduation
In this section participants will be given insights to start creating their personal network inside and outside the graduate school. We will explore ways to carry on projects started during the graduate studies and bring them to the outside world and companies. We will also talk about the importance of participating in social and business events to build professional connections with peers and entrepreneurs.

Part 2 - Culture and its effects
This section will provide examples regarding companies and ventures culture and the impacts on productivity. Participants will learn more about the particular aspects of the internal company culture that made companies like Google and Ideo unique places. In particular we will talk about:

  • Google's 20% project and employees time allocation.
  • Ideo's brainstorming sessions.
  •  Work environment aspects with impact on productivity and creativity.


Part 3 - Lab
Laboratory section will provide students with the opportunity to discuss and develop their own case of study with the intent of creating the optimal cultural and productive environment for the proposed projects. Participants will select a few projects from the proposed one and work in teams to design a culturally creative environment that stimulates innovation and new ideas.

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