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Judith Cone Innovate Carolina 2012

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  • The Chancellors asked the Carolina community to consider the following questions: 1) What is the role of major research universities in making the world a better place for all its citizens and protecting the planet - building on research and teaching? 2) What does this mean for Carolina?
  • The Chancellors asked the Carolina community to consider the following questions: 1) What is the role of major research universities in making the world a better place for all its citizens and protecting the planet - building on research and teaching? 2) What does this mean for Carolina?
  • The university knows how to do this part. The values, resources, and processes are aligned.
  • We cannot strengthen an intentional culture of innovation if all we do is talk about high ideals and say we want this to happen. We must have clarity and alignment between how we allocate resources. And, we must examine our structures, rules, and methods to ensure that they too are aligned.
  • There are five areas: Prepare (educate), Collaborate (includes Applied Sciences and regional entrepreneurship programs, Translate (commercialization and social innovation), Align (processes, resources, rewards, incentives); Catalyze (championing innovation and entrepreneurship)
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    • 1. PDMA| April 20, 2012Judith Cone, Special Assistant to the Chancellor forInnovation and Entrepreneurship | innovate.unc.edu
    • 2. Our World is in Need War Water Poverty Environment
    • 3. How Can Universities Help?>1M Faculty>20M StudentsTop Research FacilitiesBillions($) in Grants and Investments
    • 4. Stage 1: Elevate Innovation and Entrepreneurship to a top priority at UNCStage 2: Assess the current stateStage 3: Determine what is neededStage 4: Create a planStage 5: Implement, track, measure
    • 5. Definition - Innovators Those who successfully implement unique, valuable ideas. Creativity + value + execution
    • 6. Strengthen an Intentional Cultureof Innovation & Entrepreneurship• Expect, inspire• Remove roadblocks and build elegant, aligned processes• Bring knowledge and resources to bear to support innovators and entrepreneurs• Make connections and promote collaboration• Evaluate impact• Champion innovators, tell their stories, tell our story Urgent, experimental, collaborative
    • 7. INNOVATION PROCESS
    • 8. Clarity and AlignmentValues: That which is worth doing. Expressed in Vision/Mission/Goals.Resources: Required people, time, money, facilities, equipment, incentives, rewards.Processes: Needed organization structures, rules, and methods, formal and informal.
    • 9. INNOVATION ROADMAP