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  1. 1. Barcelona, May 25th 2012 Extrem to extrem innovation networkInduct Software 2011 All rights reserved
  2. 2. Every body have ideas in a hospital: doctors, nurses, patients,…Induct Software 2011 All rights reserved
  3. 3. How do you manage all these opportunities? Challenge Innovation practiseInduct Software 2011 All rights reserved
  4. 4. Most Hospitals must deal with lots of daily troubles and, at the same time, with multiple r&d projects and technological resourcesInduct Software 2011 All rights reserved
  5. 5. Often you must work in different groups, providers, other hospitals in different places What happens when you walk out of the room? Challenge ProblemInduct Software 2011 All rights reserved
  6. 6. We have lots of knowledge, ideas, projects to develop, and when you share it in a network you become more efficientInduct Software 2011 All rights reserved
  7. 7. Induct Software 2011 © All rights reserved
  8. 8. But,... How to do it?Induct Software 2011 All rights reserved
  9. 9. Induct Software • Established in 2007; One of the world leaders in innovation management software • Offices in Oslo, USA (Boston), Kina (Beijing), India (Bangalore), UK (London) , Brasil (St.Paulo) and partnership in Barcelona• Goal: Be the preferred global provider of end to end online innovation platform.• Vision: Create a more innovative worldInduct Software 2011 All rights reserved
  10. 10. The approach: Open InnovationThe open innovation aims to manageintentional inflows and outflows ofknowledge to accelerate internalinnovation and expand the markets forexternal use of innovation.This means that organizations shoulduse the external and internal ideas todevelop innovation. Leadership and innovation culture Develop Assess andStrategy Focus Explore Create projects improve Open Innovation PortalInduct Software 2011 © All rights reserved
  11. 11. Induct: Recognized by “The Godfather of Open Innovation” “I am very proud to be a part of the advisory board to Induct” “The first end-to-end innovation management solution in software (…) takes ideas from their very initial conception all the way through into the market place” Dr. Henry Chesbrough Adjunct Professor and Executive Director, Center for Open InnovationInduct Software 2011 All rights reserved
  12. 12. Induct Software 2011 © All rights reserved
  13. 13. Meet the challengeCommunity for innovation Portfolio management Process management Ideas Knowledge Innovation Community Challenges Experience Innovation and talent managementInduct Software 2011 All rights reserved
  14. 14. Key Elements in the Innovation Process Collaboration Platforms Idea Open Innovation Managemen Innovation Management t Community Information Gathering • Idea Management • Innovation Management • Open Innovation and Collaboration • Monitoring and Reporting • Information Gathering - Semantic search and Talent Detection, Reward and Recognition All essential elements in the innovation processInduct Software 2011 © All rights reserved
  15. 15. IDEAS PORTAL *) optionalInduct Software 2011 © All rights reserved
  16. 16. An innovation process in Induct Consists of Is a type of Follows a Consists of Portfolio Initiative Idea Process Stage Stage Stage Challenge * Is Consists of categorized Project * in Focus area Tasks responsible Defines Innovation type Web documents Innovation grade* Access control Idea source * Gatekeeper *) optionalInduct Software 2011 © All rights reserved
  17. 17. INNOVATION PROJECTS MANAGEMENTInduct Software 2011 © All rights reserved
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  19. 19. SOME INDUCT EXPERIENCES IN HEALTHCARE SECTORInduct Software 2011 © All rights reserved
  20. 20. CIMIT Platform: A growing consortium for collaborative Healthcare Innovation of 13 Boston labs, hospitals and universities with other world-class Hubs “…CIMIT fosters interdisciplinary collaboration among world- class experts… …to rapidly improve patient care.”Induct Software 2011 © All rights reserved
  21. 21. Need: A collaboration platform for healthcare innovators that enables a cluster to use the CIMIT Model and link to other clusters • Efficient in establishing and operating CIMIT-like workflows • Web accessible for scalability and access, but secure • Ability to use available infrastructure & tools (data, social media, etc.)Induct Software 2011 © All rights reserved
  22. 22. CIMIT Process: Finding, Funding & Facilitating Impact (Disseminate) Best Actual Practices Standard of Care Ideas & Challenges Proposal  Work- Insight Process   groups Impact CIMIT Products/ Planner  Connector Challenges Services & Needs Clinical Best Impact Practice Dashboard Curator Funding Invent Implement & Find Finder Ideas & Prototypes Enabling Opportunities Technologies InnovateInduct Software 2011 © All rights reserved
  23. 23. Induct/CoLab Functionality: Modules being developed to link (not duplicate) other emerging tools.In Use: Ideas & Challenges: A secure, structured way to stimulate solicit and process ideas from people across an organization – including employees, customers, suppliers, etc Proposal Process: An integrated way for investigators and reviewers to collaborate and interface with a funder, from pre-proposals to reviews and selection. Workgroups: Assist “thematic interest groups” be formed, share information, generate and share ideas, prioritize actions, create documents, etc. Impact Planner: An interactive process for investigators to work with experts to develop and evaluate an Impact Plan and accelerate an innovation to patient care.Under Development: Best Practice Curator: A framework for curating the needs across a range of clinical environments and disseminating best practices to others. CIMIT Connector: Tap into resources like the Harvard Catalyst, Research Gate, lab and personal Web pages, etc., to find or be found as a collaborator. Funding Finder: Search the workspaces and profiles to find potential funding opportunities from target sites that are specific to the content and expressed interest. Clinical Impact Dashboard: Implementing the Clinical Impact Study and streamlining CIMIT’s interface with PI’s during and post-funding to track and report resultsInduct Software 2011 © All rights reserved
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  26. 26. NHS Innovations London Stimulates Innovationin Health Service Through New Offering Oslo University Hospital Proposes Open Healthcare Innovation Zone to Include All StakeholdersHelping Norway, Sweden, andDenmark Form EU-Funded OpenHealthcare Innovation Zone Innovation network with Bangalore 187.000 employees and collaborators First implementation in Spain, other will come soon
  27. 27. Start simple and evolve towards open innovation Level Focus Connected Innovaton Innovation Zone Next generation Open Innovaton Innovation From Idea to Value Management End-to-end and portfolio Idea Collect Ideas Management Collect and vote Gather Insight Feedback Customer feedbackInduct Software 2011 All rights reserved
  28. 28. Thank you very much info@learningbydoing.esInduct Software 2011 © All rights reserved
  29. 29. CIMIT Platform: A growing consortium of 13 Boston labs, hospitals and universities with other world-class Hubs A Center at VA Boston 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 International In Collaboration with and support from the DOD’sTelemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Induct Software 2011 All rights reserved Center
  30. 30. CIMIT People: A diverse mix of expertise,integrated and focused on helping innovatorsimpact patient care Patients CIMIT World-Class Program Strong leader experts Site Miners within home Leaders stimulating the institution able to community to Clinicians catalyze and innovate and stimulate & and Project supporting PIs support cross- to build an Teams institutionalintegrated pan- collaborations CIMIT CIMIT Program Facilitators Experienced experts in the diversity of areas required to implement medical devices and clinical systemsInduct Software 2011 All rights reserved
  31. 31. CIMIT Model: Lessons learned 1. Clinical Pull: Addressing the needs and problems experienced by clinicians is more powerful than pushing novel technologies 2. Cost Effectiveness: The CIMIT Model is very cost effective (9X return) in creating impact with projects funded with only $100K- $300K. 3. “Gardens”: Projects conducted as part of a “cluster” of activities are more effective than those done in isolation. 4. New Investigators: Junior faculty were as successful as more senior investigators working within the CIMIT model – and results in attracting and retaining “rising stars”. 5. Speed: Time alone is not correlated with clinical impact, with early indications of potential success available to guide further investment. 6. Facilitation: Facilitation by Program Leaders, Site Miners and CIMIT Faculty is particularly powerful at early innovation stages.Induct Software 2011 All rights reserved
  32. 32. Summary: Experience with what works and what does not What Works What Does Not Work Leadership • Networked • Expert in one area • Demonstrates model • Focused on own research • Committed to Center • Uses Center to compete Project • Clinical pull • Technology push Selection • Innovative/ high risk • More of the same • Real collaborations • “Cooperations” • Synergy in portfolios • Isolated “one-off’s” • People and impact based • Science only selection Facilitation • Diverse support from • One person tries to do it all a team of experts • Too many junior people • Proactive and • Reactive reactive • A formula • Customized to team Funding • Support for a core • Core team must fund itself team • One source • Multiple sourcesInduct Software 2011 All rights reserved