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Cycle of innovation (Co-relating final year project with innovation cycle)

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Cycle of innovation (Co-relating final year project with innovation cycle)

  1. 1. GTU INNOVATION COUNCIL www.gtuinnovationcouncil.ac.in
  2. 2. Interactive discussion explaining the entire life cycle of Innovation in co-relation to final year project -Kaushik Akiwatkar
  3. 3. Agenda for session  How to innovate effectively?  How to enable innovation?  How to sustain the change?  Connection and correlation of Innovation cycle with final year projects
  4. 4. What is Innovation? Challenge? Novelty Utility Application of new ideas to solve problems resulting in benefits to user
  5. 5. Image: TATA Swach Solving Problems . . . Image: Sangaria town of northern Rajasthan
  6. 6. •Technology/Product •Process •Business Model •Others Category of Innovation? •Disruptive •Incremental •Lateral Types of Innovation?
  7. 7. Two Surprise cases
  8. 8. Tihar Jail in 1993 In 1993  Filthy and corrupt  Same vessels of cooking and washing cloths  Garbage collection issues  Low literacy
  9. 9. Tihar Jail in 2011 (Cultural Innovation)  Campus recruitments  Rs. 100 Cr revenue  High literacy rate, IAS and MBAs
  10. 10. Who can become Innovative  “Any one can” view “Only If” view “DNA” view
  11. 11. Cycle of Innovation
  12. 12. 8 Steps to Innovation
  13. 13. Step 1 – Idea generation Step2 – Challenge Book Step 3 – Catalyst Step 4 – Low cost high speed experiment Step 5 – Design a good speech Step 6 - Step 7 and 8
  14. 14. 2 Loop of idea cycle
  15. 15. 3 Myths of Innovation Myths Truths Begins with creativity Begins with curiosity Idea moves ahead in smooth linear fashion Idea moves ahead through iterative experiments Its all about risk-taking Its all about assessments, taking and mitigating risks
  16. 16. Step 1 – Idea generation Step2 – Challenge Book Step 3 – Catalyst Step 4 – Low cost high speed experiment Step 5 – Design a good speech Step 6 - Step 7 and 8
  17. 17. Challenge Book | Invite challenge  Pain Point (Human problems)  Wave (Trend)  Waste (feature not relevant)  Interoperability
  18. 18. 3. Catalyst  David Packard three hat.  Enthusiasm hat  Inquisitor hat  Decision hat Ajay Bhatt (Co-inventer of USB)  Create internal role models
  19. 19. Elephant and rider Theory  Passion  Full of fun  Energetic  Pride
  20. 20. Rider  Needs direction  Goal  Focused  Plan  Guidelines  Framework
  21. 21. Technology/Product Innovation Before
  22. 22. Later
  23. 23. Latest: 2014 Laptop
  24. 24. Process Innovation McDonalds Story
  25. 25. Change in Menu Cut down in food items from 35 to 9 which included 2 types of burgers, Fries and 6 Drinks
  26. 26. New Food delivery system Mechanism
  27. 27. Business Innovation
  28. 28. Thank You for being a great audience Kaushik Akiwatkar S4 Development Coordinator (Innovation & Entrepreneurship) kaushik@gtu.edu.in ** Above presentation was based on book “8 steps to innovation from jugad to systematic innovation”
  29. 29. Just want to say Hi! facebook: www.facebook.com/kaushikakiwatkar LinkedIn: https://in.linkedin.com/in/kaushikakiwatkar +91 - 8866814755
  30. 30. Contact Us Address: Mr. Kaushik Akiwatkar S4 Development Coordinator (Innovation & Entrepreneurship) kaushik@gtu.edu.in 126, ACPC Building, L.D. Engineering College Campus, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad - 380 015 079-2630 0499, 079-2630 0599 www.gtuinnovationcouncil.ac.in www.facebook.com/gtuinnovationcouncil

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