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WES 2014 - Industry – Academia Bridge- Channelising Collaborative Models - Prof. (Dr). Priyanka P.V, Director, C.N.K.Reddy College of Management, Bangalore

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WES 2014 - Industry – Academia Bridge- Channelising Collaborative Models - Prof. (Dr). Priyanka P.V, Director, C.N.K.Reddy College of Management, Bangalore

WES 2014 - Industry – Academia Bridge- Channelising Collaborative Models - Prof. (Dr). Priyanka P.V, Director, C.N.K.Reddy College of Management, Bangalore

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  • 1. A BRIEF ABOUT MYSELF Prof.Priyanka.P.V Jyoti Nivas College,Bangalore MBA, Post Graduation in Advertising and PR from Mudra Institute of Communication Pursuing PhD in Management and Executive Program for Young Leaders at IIM-C Presented more than 20 research papers in leading institutions like IIMs, Harvard University, ISB, etc. 3 years of teaching experience, 3 years of research experience Received prestigious awards for excellence in education How to Contact me: Email: priyu31@gmail.com Phone: +91-9448687617 Skype Id:priyu31
  • 2. GAP BETWEEN INDUSTRY AND ACADEMIA - Different Mind Set - Different Goals - Perspectives differ - Cost - Aspiration
  • 3. "Academia has not geared up to face the challenge of translating the evolving idea into a technology"
  • 4. EXPECTATIONS OF THE INDUSTRY • Large industries have resources to invest in huge technology • Highly energetic young personnel who can contribute to their organization • Problem solving and product testing • Expect to work in a time frame and yield result for the organization • Ability to facilitate solutions through data collection and interpretation
  • 5. ACADEMIC EXPECTATION • Problems that are intellectually challenging • Areas of interest lie in technology development initiatives and methods related to process and design improvement. • Researchers have strong preference for working towards creation of knowledge in specialized areas
  • 6. INDUSTRY RESEARCH FOR ACADEMICIANS • Academicians are oriented towards R&D activities of the industry for funds which helps them to sustain their broader research interests. • For industry-related problems, a researcher has to explore a variety of options which is time consuming.
  • 7. COLLABORATIVE MODELS • Industry Team Project - Real World Experience • Virtual Industry related Projects • Summer camps • Provision of Scale up Operation • Entrepreneual Ventures • Incubation
  • 8. CONCLUSION • A support system is needed to ensure a focused involvement of both academia and industry • Venues should be created for close interaction starting from conceptualization down to commercialization.

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