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Gr moser prototype and test assignment

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  • 1. Ideate Prototype and Test George Moser Problem Statement: -Medical technology business owner with specialized skill needs and little time to train needs a way to hire graduates with experience because investing in years of training after student graduation is not practical.
  • 2. CONFIDENTIAL2 Agenda 1) Select two ideas and create one prototype process for each idea 2) Describe prototype processes 3) Test each prototype with original subject 4) Capture and discuss feedback
  • 3. CONFIDENTIAL3 Two Ideas Prototyped 1.) "College to require students to perform work study before graduating." • Work programs in addition to study only degree programs will enable students to experience professional work environments and unstructured problems firsthand prior to graduation. The students will have a good sense of difficulties of real work problems and challenges that do not always have defined solutions that can be analyzed and studied. Students will also learn skills that managers and those controlling budgets and businesses require in terms of communication, motivation, innovation, and developing business value. 2.) "Require students to complete residency program and specialized skills fellowship-like program after all undergraduate work." • Medical training programs afford future doctors the ability to work in a real hospital setting, treating real patients, and learning directly from real staff physicians and not career academic instructors. New doctors have the clinical and personal skills needed to excel in their chosen medical specialty. And they also must have the academic knowledge to pass all required licensing exams. Other professions do not prepare students to this level and the model used for physical training could be directly applied to other degree programs as well to potentially solve the problem statement as I have outlined it in this exercise.
  • 4. CONFIDENTIAL4 1.) Work Study Prototype Summary • "College to require students to perform work study before graduating." 2. Students work ½ time and take regular courses ½ time 3. Work under supervision of trained mentors in chosen field and graded for credit 1. 4th year students must select ½ time work program in chosen industry
  • 5. CONFIDENTIAL5 Work Study Detail Prototype • "College to require students to perform work study before graduating." START: 4th year student forced to select industry Apply to 3 participating local companies in Sept Match using student criteria and HR interview by Nov Work to start in Jan of 4th year Half credit time traditional study / Half work program Work contains real world challenges for credit and grades Grading done by college work monitors and company mentors Graduation in June with real world work experience END: 6- months experience so only part of original process solved
  • 6. CONFIDENTIAL6 Work Study Prototype Notes • "College to require students to perform work study before graduating." 1) The industry selection forces the students to select and make a choice 2) Match process is competitive with those not matching working in university simulated work experiences 3) Companies paid by university and special professional instructors paired to each position 4) Applicants apply direct to companies and must go through normal HR interview processes 5) Work assignments are for full class credit 6) Students with real world work experience are more marketable and valuable
  • 7. CONFIDENTIAL7 Work Study Prototype Subject Feedback • "College to require students to perform work study before graduating." 0 1 2 3 4 5 Idea Feedback Process Structure Realistic Accomplish Goal Process Feedback Questions 5=Strong Agree; 1=Not Agree Author Orig Subject
  • 8. CONFIDENTIAL8 Work Study Prototype Subject Feedback Matrix • "College to require students to perform work study before graduating." What Worked What to Improve Questions Ideas •Process seems realistic •Problem statement partially solved •Sound process structure •Idea obvious but not really in use •More details •How to get enough companies local to college •Limited experience time •How to finance program •Will colleges support •Forgo actual industry and use simulated work in university setting only •University only simulated experience enhances program practicality
  • 9. CONFIDENTIAL9 2.) Intern / Resident Program Prototype Summary • "Require students to complete residency program and specialized skills fellowship- like program after all undergraduate work." 2. Professions either require or reward resident/intern experience. Post grads learn and train in industry 3. Once program requirements completed must meet formal testing / certification in chosen industry 1. Students apply to programs in Oct of 4th year for post graduation work training
  • 10. CONFIDENTIAL10 Intern / Resident Program Prototype Details • "Require students to complete residency program and specialized skills fellowship-like program after all undergraduate work." START: Oct of 4th year students apply to chosen industry programs Programs last 1-2 full calendar years and start in June post 4th year graduation Students interview with companies very similar to how medical students interview with hospitals Once hired graduate is paid and mentored by chosen company Hiring / selection criteria takes into account student background and school level / location Competitive process with students competing with others nationwide for position slots Formal training requirements must be met along with profession certification(s) At program end trainee transitions to normal work or applies experience and certification to graduate study programs END: 1-2 year programs and associated certifications and training solve original problem
  • 11. CONFIDENTIAL11 Intern / Resident Program Prototype Notes • "Require students to complete residency program and specialized skills fellowship- like program after all undergraduate work." 1) No requirement for local companies; national program 2) Participating companies receive funding or tax preferences to encourage participation in proposed professional residency program 3) Goal for 2/3 of 4th year students to place; huge program resulting from this goal 4) Non-placed students not eligible for program 5) Professional companies and industry associations value trained and certified graduates more highly 6) Program pay structured by national oversight board similar to medical programs 7) National certifications and standards ensure global competitiveness
  • 12. CONFIDENTIAL12 Intern / Resident Prototype Subject Feedback • "Require students to complete residency program and specialized skills fellowship- like program after all undergraduate work." 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Idea Feedback Process Structure Realistic Accomplish Goal Process Feedback Questions 5=Strong Agree; 1=Not Agree Author Orig Subject
  • 13. CONFIDENTIAL13 Intern / Resident Prototype Subject Feedback Matrix • "Require students to complete residency program and specialized skills fellowship-like program after all undergraduate work." What Worked What to Improve Questions Ideas •Process will solve problem statement as listed •Benefits for students and industry real •US education system will have advantage over others globally •More details •Complicated and large program •High cost to implement •Complex to manage / administer •Similar to other prototype: How to finance program •What of professional careers that do not require certifications •Many jobs are company specific unlike medicine which this program is modeled after •Do not require formal certifications •Extend undergraduate programs to 5 years and require 5th year internship for STEM degree programs

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