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Document written by Sabri MOURD, PhD and engineer in Mechanical Sciences and specialist in innovation, R&D and Advanced Technologies. Dr. Mourad has also a master degree in Business Administration and another master degree in project management.
Dr. Sabri MOURAD is Technology Director at Albany International (technical textile specialist) and Associated Professor at the University of Haute Alsace and the Virtual University SVU. He teaches Master Students the management of innovation, the management of emerging technologies and the management of R&D.

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  1. 1. DeckblattFocus on fine solutions‫إدارة‬‫التقانات‬‫العالية‬‫وتحدياتها‬ ‫البازغة‬High & RisingTechs MgtByDr. Sabri MOURADmourasab@yahoo.frLecture 1All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  2. 2. Get acquainted !Dr. Sabri MOURAD• Qualifications• Mechanical Engineer degree from the Engineering school of Nancy/France• PhD. degree from the “Institut National Polytechnique de Lorraine” in mechanical sciences• Master of project management from Mulhouse university/France• Master of Business Administration from Strasbourg Business School/France• Professional Skills• Research and Development Director in Albany International specialized in buildingadvanced machines and development of new products.• Innovation associated teacher in the University of Alsace in France (Master)All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  3. 3. General introduction, what we will dotogether?• General presentation of HRTM• Presentation of the schedule• Presentation of evaluation process• Going through different lecturesIf you have any question, please don’t hesitate toask them or to send an email tomourasab@yahoo.frLectures are available at www.slideshare.netAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  4. 4. HRTM what does it mean?• HRTM = High and Rising Technologies Management• Need to know and understand the Highand Rising technologies in different areas• Need to understand the methods tomanage the introduction and theimplementation of these technologies in acompanyMost lectures will focus on the presentation of newtechnologies in different areas and the last ones focused onthe management methods linked to HRTM All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  5. 5. HRTM why it could help?- Measurement of economical growth- Gross Domestic Product (GDP)= Final Consumption + Stock + Investment +Government purchase + Exportation – importation- All policies target how to increase the GDP because it is the only known way toincrease employment and national wealth- What are the possibilities to do so?All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  6. 6. HRTM why it could help?- The economy today is fundamentally based on the technical progress andinnovation- All companies are looking to increase their benefits by three major actions:- Increase sales by having innovative products (product innovation)- Increase sales by offering low cost products (process innovation)- Be as close as possible to customers thanks to new communicationtechnologies- All these actions mean that the company identify, acquire, implement and use newtechnologies faster than competitors. Thus, it is absolutely needed to managethese new technologies and the environment where they are used- HRTM is the way to help a company to fulfill this challengeAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  7. 7. Acquisition of scientific researchcapacities related to HRTM Theoretical lecturesPractical exercises and tasksAnalyze a scientific article Carry out a detailed scientificstudy ‫بحث‬ ‫حلقة‬HRTM knowledge buildingAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  8. 8. Schedule for C2 / F1221/04/2013 S1 Lecture 1 18:00 19:3028/04/2013 S2 Lecture 2 18:00 19:3012/05/2013 S3 Lecture 3 18:00 19:3019/05/2013 S4 Lecture 4 18:00 19:302/05/2013 S5 Lecture 5 18:00 19:309/05/2013 S6 Lecture 6 18:00 19:3016/05/2013 S7 Lecture 7 18:00 19:3023/06/2013 S8 Lecture 8 18:00 19:3030/06/2013 S9 Lecture 9 18:00 19:307/07/2013 S10 Lecture 10 18:00 19:30Still 6 additional sessions to be organized for revision anddiscussion home worksAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  9. 9. Evaluation and marksTotal mark 100 60 for Theoretical lectures Exam20 for Analyze a scientific article 20 for scientific study ‫بحث‬ ‫حلقة‬All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  10. 10. Assignment1: Homework- Individual workAnalysis of an article « NEW SHAPES AND NEW STAKES: A PORTRAIT OFOPEN INNOVATION AS A PROMISING PHENOMENON»- Identify the major points treated by the article- Explain the methodology used to demonstrate the author point of view- Give your own point of view regarding this matter-What you have to submit?- Word file with 1000 words- Word file must be submitted with your name latest the 31th of May 2013- The article will be discussed during an dedicated session to be organizedin JulyAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  11. 11. - Individual work- Make a deep analysis of the proposed theme- Identify the existed information related to the subject- Create your own presentation model to defend your point of view- Identify the open questions which still to be studied regarding this theme-What you have to submit- Word file with 3000 words- Word file must be submitted (under zip format) with your name latest the 1st ofJuly 2013- Assignment 2 will be discussed during a dedicated session to be organized inJulyAssignment 2: Scientific short paper‫حلقة‬‫بحث‬All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  12. 12. Assignment 2: Scientific short paper‫حلقة‬‫بحث‬All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  13. 13. 10 millionsof researchersin the world,15 000 scientificarticles publishedeach day,800 000 patentsDelivered per year.Global R&D expansesHigher than 1000 billion$:yearTechnology pushX 2 in 10 yearsAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  14. 14. Scientific short paper proposalsTechnology is the major motor of global development. The development of risingtechnologies is tightly linked with Research and development (R&D) activity.Proposal 1: Effect of R&D expanses on the apparition of High TechProposal 2: Importance of patent strategy in technology managementProposal 3 : Importance of scientific publication in expanding new advancedtechnologiesProposal 4 : Management of human resources to ensure a continuous acquisition andhigh and emerging technologiesAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  15. 15. The advent of Siri in Apple iPhone is likelyto drive mainstream adoption of voicerecognition across a raft of enterpriseapplications.Scientific short paper proposalsProposal 5 : Study the roles and the future of Speech recognitiontechnologies in both enterprise and individual applicationsAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  16. 16. By processing more data in memory, thefootprint of the data center shrinks whileapplication performance improves.Scientific short paper proposalsProposal 6 : Study the impact of Data center miniaturization on the HumansocietyAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  17. 17. Cloud is a disruptive force and has thepotential for broad long-term impact inmost industries. While the market remainsin its early stages in 2011 and 2012, it willsee the full range of large enterpriseproviders fully engaged in delivering arange of offerings to build cloudenvironments and deliver cloud services.Scientific short paper proposalsProposal 7 : Study the potential development of Cloud computing on theenterprise organizationAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  18. 18. The size, complexity of formats and speedof delivery exceeds the capabilities oftraditional data management technologies;it requires the use of new or exotictechnologies simply to manage the volumealone. One major implication of Big Data isthat in the future users will not be able toput all useful information into a single datawarehouse. Logical data warehousesbringing together information from multiplesources, as needed, will replace the singledata warehouse model.Scientific short paper proposalsProposal 8 : Study the development of Big Data phenomena an its impacton the societyAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  19. 19. Low-energy servers are built on low-powerprocessors typically used in mobile devices.The potential advantage is delivering 30 timesor more processors in a particular server unitwith lower power consumption vs. currentserver approaches. The new approach is wellsuited for certain non-compute intensive taskssuch as map/reduce workloads or delivery ofstatic objects to a website. However, mostapplications will require more processingpower, and the low-energy server modelpotentially increases management costs,undercutting broader use of the approach.Scientific short paper proposalsProposal 9 : Study the development of Low-energy servers and its potentialsAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  20. 20. Enterprises will have to come up with two mobilestrategies – one to address the business toemployee (B2E) scenario and one to address thebusiness to consumer (B2C) scenario. On theB2E front, IT must consider social goals,business goals, financial goals and riskmanagement goals. On the B2C front, whichincludes business to business (B2B) activities tosupport consumers, IT needs to address anumber of additional issues such as surfacingand managing APIs to access enterpriseinformation and systems, integration with third-party applications, integration with variouspartners for capabilities such as search andsocial networking, and delivery through appstores.Scientific short paper proposalsProposal 10 : Study the development of IT solutions of Mobile strategiesfor B2E and B2CAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  21. 21. Please send me a list of 3 choices before nextlecture (latest 15 October)Then I’ll inform you which is your subjectAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  22. 22. How to write your assignmentAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  23. 23. • How to improve your writing skills• Be aware of some of the development in academic writing:-• Basic stylistic conversations• Being precise when writing – phrasing or summarizing• Separating facts from fictions.• Argumentations Evaluative/ Analytical and personalexperimentalAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  24. 24. How to structure an essay• Introduction: What is the essay about? What is itsquestion? How is it structured? Main body: methods of data collection,data analysis, interpretation/discussion ordiscussion of relevant literature Conclusion: summary, answer to essayquestion, open questionsAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  25. 25. Introduction• A “roadmap” to the essay“In this essay, I will discuss…”“This essay looks at/discusses/investigates…”“This essay is structured as follows:…” Key phrases:All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  26. 26. Main body: data analysis• Introduce your data: Where did you get them? How dothey help you answer the question? Key phrases: Analyse your data: What in particular do you look atand why? What do the data show you with regard tothe question? How can you link results to theliterature?“If we look at…we can see that…”“The data clearly show that…”“With regard to… it is evident that…”All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  27. 27. Main body: literature review• Introduce your sources: What are they?How do they help you answer thequestion? Key phrases: Discuss your sources: What points are made?How do they relate to each other? Where doyou differ or agree?“Author A claims/states/reports/suggests that…”“Author B further develops/opposes/critiques the view that…”“Author C makes a convincing/viable/important point”“Author D’s theory seems debatable/in need of furtherempirical evidence/is called into question by…”All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  28. 28. Conclusion• Sum up the argument: Where did you startout from and what did you find? What’s theanswer to the question? What could still bedone? Key phrases:“These results suggest that…”“To sum up/in conclusion,…”“Further research into… could show if…”All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  29. 29. Essay style• Be explicitState your points explicitly – if you don’t state them clearlythe person marking your essay can’t give you credit forthem. Be relevantAll material should be relevant to the question –irrelevant material will be ignored. Be logicalWatch out for logical gaps − do the facts you’re citingreally back up the point you’re making?All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  30. 30. Essay style• Be clear and concise– Avoid long, wordy sentences: don’t ramble!– Don’t use ten words when two will doAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  31. 31. Backing up what you say• Evidence (e.g. examples from a text) Citation / quotation Hedging: “results seem to suggest that…” rather than statingsomething for a factAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  32. 32. Paraphrase or plagiarism?To avoid plagiarism, you must give creditwhenever you use:• another persons idea, opinion, or theory;• any fact or information that is not commonknowledge;• quotations of another person’s actual spokenor written words; or• paraphrase of another person’s spoken orwritten words.All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  33. 33. Key phrases for citing“X puts the argument as follows: ‘…’”“Y reinforces his/her claim when statingthat…”“Following Z, we can say that…”All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  34. 34. Short references– As Smith (2000) has argued, we should notdiscriminate based on accent.– People tend to judge accents based on theirpreconceptions about the speakers who use thataccent (Bloggs 1998: 32-34).– It has been found that “people tend to makeinferences about the speaker based on his or heraccent” (Bloggs 1998: 32). Do not use footnotes for references! Both quotations and paraphrases of a source MUST have a shortreferenceAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  35. 35. References list• after your conclusion• list all sources in one section• list in alphabetical order:Sloan, W. (2003) Title. Publisher.Smith, A. (2004a) Title. Publisher.Smith, A. (2004b) Title. Publisher.Smith, T. (2001) Title. Publisher. web sources: give as much information asavailable, give exact URLs and access dates list all, and only the sources quoted in theessayAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
  36. 36. The most important rules:• ALWAYS answer the question!Reference EVERY fact or idea you gotfrom the literature• Structure your essay, its sections andsentences, so as to make it EASY on thereader!All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD