Ralph Grabowski is an MIT-trained Electrical Engineer who focuses on the fact-gathering, analytical, front-end marketing process to steer technology-based enterprises.
He has helped launch new products, new companies, and new fields that gainfully employ thousands of his fellow engineers; and which have become worth more than ten Billion dollars.
Mr. Grabowski has delivered more than one hundred papers, talks, and courses for universities, institutions, and professional societies.
He is the co-founder of MIT's annual entrepreneurship program, co-founder of the popular MIT Sloan School of Management graduate course "Starting And Running A High Tech Company," co-founder of Technology Capital Network (TCN) at the MIT Enterprise Forum, co-founder of the North Shore Technology Council (NSTC), and co-founder of the world's first IEEE Robotics Chapter. Ralph was also an Adjunct Professor in the Marketing Department of Suffolk University's School of Management, teaching in Suffolk's Executive MBA Program.
This is Mr. Grabowski's twenty-ninth Boston University guest lecture and Master Classes, mostly in BU's Master's program in Administration with concentration in Innovation and Technology.