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  • 1. Technology & Innovation Management
      • Jamil Khatib
    Copyrights © 2007 Jamil Alkhatib
      • Engineering day – Birzeit university
      • 22.05.2007
  • 2. Contents
    • Introduction to Innovations
    • Innovation management tasks
    • Innovation & organizations
    • Innovation & strategies
    • Innovation, people & creativity
    • Technology forecasting methods
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  • 3. Why this topic
    • Engineers source of researches and inventions
    • Engineers and management
    • Lack of innovation in our region
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  • 4. (1) Innovation Copyrights © 2007 Jamil Alkhatib
  • 5. Innovation
    • Innovation = Invention + Exploitation (Must be implemented and be useful)
    • Something New or improved
    • Perceived to be new (Intel inside)
    • New market
    • Away from routines
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  • 6. Innovation dimensions Copyrights © 2007 Jamil Alkhatib
  • 7. Innovation core questions
    • What is New?
    • New for whom?
    • Where does the innovation start or end?
    • Is novelty equal to success?
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  • 8. Innovation process Copyrights © 2007 Jamil Alkhatib
  • 9. Sources of Innovation Copyrights © 2007 Jamil Alkhatib Technology Market research institutes Products in other sectors Suggestions from the company Consultants Employees Competitors Technical services Suppliers Marketing research Universities & public researches Production Traders Patents Customers R&D External Internal
  • 10. Why should a company be innovative
    • Competitive advantage
    • Consumer behavior is changing
    • Products short life cycle
    • Technology changes & new products
    • New customers/markets
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  • 11. Why companies are not innovating
    • No awareness of innovation (managers)
    • High Costs of innovation
    • Employees’ fear of innovation and failure
    • Monopoly position
    • Innovation needs long-term process
    • Strategic decision to wait and observe
    • No incentives for innovation (employees)
    • The cash cow exists
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  • 12. (2) Innovation management Copyrights © 2007 Jamil Alkhatib
  • 13. R&D, Innovation & Tech. Management Copyrights © 2007 Jamil Alkhatib
  • 14. (3) Innovation & organization Copyrights © 2007 Jamil Alkhatib
  • 15. Organizations
    • “ An Organization that is designed to do something well for the millionth time is NOT good at doing something for the first time . Therefore, organizations that wants to innovate …. need two organizations, an operating and an innovating organizations.”
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  • 16. Innovation & structure
    • Project and organization structure
    • Centralized/decentralized
    • Close to market – fast reaction
    • Degree of specialization
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  • 17. (4) Innovation strategies Copyrights © 2007 Jamil Alkhatib
  • 18. (5) Innovation & people Copyrights © 2007 Jamil Alkhatib
  • 19. Innovation Promoters
    • Innovation champion (not always true)
    • Know-how promoter (barrier of capability)
    • Power promoter (barrier of will)
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  • 20. Creativity
    • “ Every act of creation is first of all an act of destruction” Picasso
    • Creativity:= knowledge + imagination + evaluation
    • Creativity techniques
      • Brain storming
      • Lateral thinking
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  • 21. Brain storming
    • Part of problem solving involves ideas creation regardless of their initial worth
    • Brain storming killers:
      • Evaluation
      • Criticism
      • Large developed ideas
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  • 22. (6)Technology forecasting Copyrights © 2007 Jamil Alkhatib
  • 23. Technology forecasting
    • Scanning, Monitoring and Analyzing
    • Portfolio approach
    • Patent analysis
    • Scenario development & road mapping
    • Delphi-technique
    • Technology S-curve
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  • 24. S-Curve Copyrights © 2007 Jamil Alkhatib
  • 25. Where to be used
    • Innovation manager
    • Product management Product life cycle
    • Product & tech Portfolio management
    • Change management (merge, new department)
    • Technology Licensing
    • Strategy planning
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  • 26. About me
    • Msc. Technology & Innovation management
    • Bsc. Electrical Engineering
    • Consulting:
      • Technology commercialization
      • Product and Technology Strategy planning
      • Change and Innovation management
      • Creativity techniques
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  • 27. Thank you website: www.geocities.com/jamilkhatib75 Email: khatib@ieee.org Copyrights © 2007 Jamil Alkhatib
  • 28. Recommended books
    • M. Dodgson: Technology and Innovation management
    • C. Christensen: The Innovators Dilemma
    • De Bono’s 6 thinking hats
    • www.wipo.org
    Copyrights © 2007 Jamil Alkhatib