About us

Jay Rao

Jay Rao

Professor of Technology & Operations Management

Professor Jay Rao teaches extensively in the Babson Executive Education programs. His executive teaching, consulting, and research publications are in the areas of innovation, strategy, corporate entrepreneurship, and customer experience innovation. He is the author of “The Discipline & Culture of Innovation”.

He has taught in executive programs for Novartis, ASSA ABLOY Americas, Fresenius Medical Care, Pernod Ricard USA, Covidien, BAE Systems, the U.S. Navy, SABIC, Citizens Bank, Merck, Masco Corp., Scottish Enterprise, Innovation Norway, North Atlantic Capital, EMC, GlaxoSmithKline, and others.

He was a member of the Innovation Advisory Board at Ocean Spray (USA) from 2010–2015. He currently sits on the Innovation Advisory Board of Bancolombia (Colombia), and on the Flavor Advisory Board of Firmenich (Switzerland). He also has a family-business background, and sits on the board of Hymamshu (India).

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Fran Chuan

Fran Chuan

Founder of DícereGlobal

Fran Chuan is the founder of DícereGlobal, a consultancy specializing in innovation and people. He is passionate about the innovative talent of the persons and has been more than ten years investigating and developing methodology for the implementation of the Innovation in the organizations.

He is collaborator at Babson College (Boston), IE Business School, IESE Business School and UIMP Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo, and co-author of “Innovation 2.0“ and “The Discipline & Culture of Innovation”, together with Prof. Jay Rao.

Prior to this, he collaborated, nationally and internationally, in companies like Pyrénées Group, Bertelsmann Group, Spain and Portugal SAP, SAP Mexico, Spain CSC, ALTOS COMPUTERS (Germany, USA, Sweden), among others.

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Our mission

InnoQuotient’s passion is turning innovation into something real within organizations. Innovation comes out from people who make up the organization and the relationship they share, that is, their culture. InnoQuotient offers a diagnosis method which makes possible the assessment of the innovation culture and its six basic blocks. Only by knowing what encourages and suffocates our culture this so spoken innovation can become a reality.