Dr. Evans Baiya
Technology & Innovation Strategist
Dr. Evans Baiya is a technology and innovation strategist with over fifteen years of experience in information technology, product development, innovation of health engagement solutions, semiconductor engineering, and intellectual property strategy. He has held professional positions in various sized companies, starting from a research chemist to global leadership positions in engineering management and strategic product development and marketing. His extensive global experience includes the development of technologies and strategies with companies such as Samsung, IBM, Intel, Nokia, Microsoft, Texas Instruments, World International Patent Office, and others.
As a successful author, Dr. Baiya has published more than thirty peer-reviewed publications and holds several technology patents. In 2010, he received the Idaho Accomplished Under 40 award in recognition of his contributions to professional leadership within the community. Dr. Baiya has founded multiple successful technology ventures and is a sought-after speaker in the areas of innovation and technology development. He is the president and chief strategist for Evastrategics Inc., an intellectual-competitiveness consulting firm. He is the founder of the Evastrategics Innovation Brewery, which develops innovations in information technology, software development, medical delivery systems, media technologies, and computational intelligence. Dr. Baiya is also the founder and president of Enlyt Media, a technology company that develops Internet platforms for distribution and monetization of television broadcast and other video content.
Dr. Baiya holds a doctor of philosophy in engineering and technology development, a master of business administration, and has completed postgraduate studies in chemistry, electrical engineering, and business strategy and intellectual property with Harvard Business School, Harvard University.
By Dr. Evans Baiya, success.com, December 2017
When I work with companies on innovation projects, whether it’s industry-changing new products and services or smaller-scale ideas to streamline internal processes, I often see leaders and their teams struggling to freely ideate and really dive into the brainstorm process. When they do finally get there, it’s a big aha moment, but it takes a while.
The reason is simple: When ideation isn’t second nature, it’s because company culture hasn’t been supporting it. This is understandable. In today’s fast-paced marketplace, there is hardly time for breath, let alone innovative thought and brainstorm sessions around the future of the industry, company or department. Read More
Evans is a technology and innovation strategist who speaks on the importance of innovation and futuristic thinking for every organization. His dynamic presentation style leaves companies inspired and ready to discover the next big idea