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  • 1. Experiential Learning Lectures,ELL.
  • 2. Experiential Learning Lectures,ELL. Management for All
  • 3. Experiential Learning Lectures,ELL. Born at 6.30pm on 19th May 2012, at the Pergola, The Kere, Davangere.
  • 4. Experiential Learning Lectures,ELL. AN ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
  • 5. EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING LECTURES FaceFace--offoff With Sanjay SahaySanjay Sahay FaceFace--offoff With Sanjay SahaySanjay SahaySanjay SahaySanjay Sahay A Thought Leader onon InnovationInnovation Sanjay SahaySanjay Sahay A Thought Leader onon InnovationInnovation
  • 6. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the one’s who do.
  • 7. •Passion for Perfection •Creativity with Technology •Revolutionized six industries: personal computers, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computing and digital publishing
  • 8. Completely transformed the way we live and think
  • 9. Structure • How it all started? • Why Experiential Learning Lectures? • ELL Module• ELL Module • Innovation: Definition, Role of Ideas, History • Principles of Innovation • Process of Innovation • Knowledge Layers • Design
  • 10. Structure • Innovation Life Cycle • Diffusion • Case Studies• Case Studies 1. Police IT, 2. Kundawada Kere, 3. Proposed University Examination System • Conclusion
  • 11. ELL- How it all started?
  • 12. Why ELL Based on the concept of providing the right blend of theories of management principles and the practitioners experience out of project execution Best method of learning at the decision makingBest method of learning at the decision making level Can fall back on the Practitioner for consultancy support as well Resource base for lot of similar projects or customization across projects
  • 13. ELL We all have the Practitioners experience and expertise to become ELL resource persons Hope to make it a movement To cover all sectors of human existence Today’s delegate composition is the reflection ofToday’s delegate composition is the reflection of this wish Will you all help create a knowledge basedWill you all help create a knowledge basedWill you all help create a knowledge basedWill you all help create a knowledge based society?society?society?society?
  • 14. We are moving towards aWe are moving towards aWe are moving towards aWe are moving towards a knowledge based worldknowledge based worldknowledge based worldknowledge based worldknowledge based worldknowledge based worldknowledge based worldknowledge based world Either we align or we perishEither we align or we perishEither we align or we perishEither we align or we perish
  • 15. Innovation in Class ELL AS A PRODUCTELL AS A PRODUCTELL AS A PRODUCTELL AS A PRODUCT The future of a lecture seriesThe future of a lecture seriesThe future of a lecture seriesThe future of a lecture series
  • 16. Experiential learning “Experiential learning takes place when a person involved in an activity looks back and evaluates it, determines what was useful or important todetermines what was useful or important to remember, and uses this information to perform another activity.” John Dewey.
  • 17. Do Experiential Learning ModelExperiential Learning ModelExperiential Learning ModelExperiential Learning Model 1 EXPERIENCE the activity; perform, do it 2 SHARE the results, 5 APPLY what was learned Do ReflectApply the results, reactions, and observations publicly 3 PROCESS by discussing, locking at the experience; analyze, reflect 4 GENERALIZE to connect the experience to real world examples what was learned to a similar or different situation; practice
  • 18. Key Phrases for leader: • “Sit on your Hands,” • observe • facilitate to the “bigger picture.” Experiencing: Key Concept - Planning for discovery Action Step: Attention on the LearnerAction Step: Attention on the LearnerAction Step: Attention on the LearnerAction Step: Attention on the Learner 1 EXPERIENCE the activity; perform, do it Key Objectives are discovery oriented: • to explore • to examine • to construct • to arrange Do ReflectApply
  • 19. Sharing: Key concept - Responding Key question - “What happened?” Processing: Key concept - Analyzing Patterns Key question - “What’s important?” Personal and Group Reflection StepsPersonal and Group Reflection StepsPersonal and Group Reflection StepsPersonal and Group Reflection Steps Do ReflectApply 2 SHARE the results, reactions, and observations publicly • use open-ended questioning to stimulate thinking and feeling • encourage “pair-share” and large group share • allow adequate process time to include sharing Leader’s role: 3 PROCESS by discussing, locking at the experience; analyze, reflect
  • 20. Generalizing: Key concept - inference Key question - “So what?” Leader’s role: to guide youth in making connections between personal inner meaning of the activity and the broader world. Connection and Application StepConnection and Application StepConnection and Application StepConnection and Application Step Do ReflectApply 5 APPLY what was learned to a similar or different situation; practice Applying: Key concept - application Key question - “Now what?” Leader’s role: to facilitate youth finding ways to use what they have learned in new situations. 4 GENERALIZE to connect the experience to real world examples
  • 21. Do Experiential Learning ModelExperiential Learning ModelExperiential Learning ModelExperiential Learning Model Experience the activity; Perform, “Do it” 1 Share the results, reactions, and 2Apply what was learned to a similar or 5 Do ReflectApply reactions, and observations Publicly “What happened” Process by discussing, analyzing, reflecting “What’s important” 3 Generalize to connect the experience to real world Examples “So What” 4 to a similar or different situation; Practice “Now What”
  • 22. What is INNOVATION??? Innovation is the creation of better and effective products, processes, services, technologies, or ideas that are accepted by markets, governments and society
  • 23. INNOVATION FOR WHOM These hands symbolizes the end user studied differently by large number of R& D and business development teams across the globe.
  • 24. World’s Great Innovators Page & Brin Bill Gates Sam Walton Steve Jobs Page & Brin Kiichiro Toyoda Bill Gates Akio Morita Sam Walton Richard Branson Gordon Moore Jeff Bezos Michael Dell Pierre Omidyar …what made them different is question?
  • 25. They had a new idea A "new" idea is a combination of old elements. ' It is your ability to combine ideas in a unique way or to make useful associations among ideas.
  • 26. History Derives from Latin word innovatus which means “to renew or change” First researcher : Gabriel Tarde who defines it as series of 5 steps:as series of 5 steps: 1. First knowledge 2. Forming an attitude 3. Decision to adopt or reject 4. Implementation/use 5. Confirmation of decision
  • 27. Innovation Innovation is a process of taking new ideas to satisfied customers. It is the conversion of new knowledge into new products and services. Innovation is about creating value and increasing efficiency, "Without innovation, new products, new services, and new ways of doing business would never emerge, and most organizations would be forever stuck doing the same old things the same old way." value and increasing efficiency, and therefore growing your business.
  • 28. Principles of Innovation Ideas are fragile Ideas are organic All ideas have value and should be given a hearing The originator of an idea needsoriginator of an idea needsoriginator of an idea needsoriginator of an idea needs assistance in ideaassistance in ideaassistance in ideaassistance in idea enhancementenhancementenhancementenhancement and in promoting the idea internally
  • 29. Principles of Innovation… The originator is the initialoriginator is the initialoriginator is the initialoriginator is the initial advocate of an idea and shouldadvocate of an idea and shouldadvocate of an idea and shouldadvocate of an idea and should be actively involved in itsbe actively involved in itsbe actively involved in itsbe actively involved in itsbe actively involved in itsbe actively involved in itsbe actively involved in itsbe actively involved in its developmentdevelopmentdevelopmentdevelopment. Only ideas which have been enhanced to demonstrate potential value will be brought to management.
  • 30. Principles of Innovation… Both marketing and technical issues need to be addressed in the development of an idea. Differences among peopleDifferences among people constitute a strength, not a weakness. A mediator is often necessary to facilitate the communication of people from different cultures and who may possess clashing personalities.
  • 31. Principles of Innovation… Risk taking ability. Without risk no innovation can become a reality Inclusion: ability to satisfy needsInclusion: ability to satisfy needs of present as well as distant customers thorough fulfilling their needs. Adoption: It is the greatest test of Innovation.
  • 32. Process of Innovation The Innovation process can be depicted as a series of funnels each getting progressively smaller. Typically sixty ideas into the top funnel only produces just one innovation. The funnels are labeled as the four phases in the process - idea generation, idea screening, feasibility and implementation.
  • 33. Effectiveness Criteria for an Innovation process Implement a few ideas at regular intervals Ensure feedback takes place - there must be communication channels to originators. Screening system should be simple, understood by everyone Ensure the system is promoted Transform ideas into reality at a reasonable speed - if the system is too slow we may be too slow to react to the market pace and turn off idea originators.
  • 34. Knowledge Layers of Innovation Adaptive Layer Existential Layer Experiential Layer
  • 35. Design Design is the ability toDesign is the ability to move from the existing to the preferred
  • 36. The Desired Future Design in the makingDesign in the makingDesign in the makingDesign in the making The Present
  • 37. The Desired Future prototype prototype prototype The object of design can be a thing, service, experience, Design is a way of taking the journey to the desired future D E S I G N The Present prototype Design embeds disruptive innovation as an organizational process a thing, service, experience, organizational structure, strategy, doctrine, or set of operational guidelines N E D
  • 38. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization
  • 39. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization
  • 40. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization
  • 41. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization Develop New ideas
  • 42. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization Ideas and innovations from inside thefrom inside the organisation patents and innovations from outside the organisation Develop New ideas
  • 43. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization Ideas and innovations from inside thefrom inside the organisation patents and innovations from outside the organisation Develop New ideas
  • 44. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization Ideas and innovations from inside thefrom inside the organisation patents and innovations from outside the organisation Select Successful Ideas Develop New ideas
  • 45. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization Ideas and innovations from inside thefrom inside the organisation patents and innovations from outside the organisation Select Successful Ideas Develop New ideas Technology Licensing IN
  • 46. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization Ideas and innovations from inside thefrom inside the organisation patents and innovations from outside the organisation Select Successful Ideas Develop New ideas Technology Licensing IN
  • 47. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization Ideas and innovations from inside thefrom inside the organisation patents and innovations from outside the organisation Select Successful Ideas Prototypes and Production Develop New ideas Technology Licensing IN
  • 48. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization Ideas and innovations from inside thefrom inside the organisation patents and innovations from outside the organisation Select Successful Ideas Prototypes and Production IP Licensing IN IP Licensing OUT Develop New ideas Technology Licensing IN
  • 49. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization Ideas and innovations from inside thefrom inside the organisation patents and innovations from outside the organisation Select Successful Ideas Prototypes and Production IP Licensing IN IP Licensing OUT Develop New ideas Technology Licensing IN
  • 50. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization Ideas and innovations from inside thefrom inside the organisation patents and innovations from outside the organisation Select Successful Ideas Prototypes and Production IP Licensing IN IP Licensing OUT Product brought to market Develop New ideas Technology Licensing IN
  • 51. INNOVATION LIFE CYCLE Idea Generation Selection Execution Commercialization Ideas and innovations from inside thefrom inside the organisation patents and innovations from outside the organisation Select Successful Ideas Prototypes and Production IP Licensing IN IP Licensing OUT Product brought to market Technology Spin-offs Develop New ideas Technology Licensing IN
  • 52. FORMS OF INNOVATION • Radical Innovation• Radical Innovation • Incremental Innovation
  • 53. Forms Of Innovation Radical Innovation Incremental Innovation
  • 54. Diffusion of Innovation Diffusion is the process by which an innovation isDiffusion is the process by which an innovation isDiffusion is the process by which an innovation isDiffusion is the process by which an innovation is communicated through certain channels over timecommunicated through certain channels over timecommunicated through certain channels over timecommunicated through certain channels over time among the members of a social systemamong the members of a social systemamong the members of a social systemamong the members of a social system It is a theory that seeks to explain how, why, and at what rate new ideas and technology spread through cultures It is a 5 stage process viz., Knowledge, Persuasion, Decision, Implementation, Confirmation
  • 55. Five Stages in Decision Innovation Process Diffusion Knowledge Persuasion DecisionDecisionDecisionDecision Reject Accept Implementation Confirmation
  • 56. Stage 1 - Knowledge In this stage the individual is first exposed to an innovation but lacks information about theinnovation but lacks information about the innovation. During this stage of the process the individual has not been inspired to find more information about the innovation.
  • 57. Stage 2 - Persuasion In this stage the individual is interested in theIn this stage the individual is interested in the innovation and actively seeks information/detail about the innovation
  • 58. Stage 3 - Decision In this stage the individual takes the concept of the change and weighs thethe change and weighs the advantages/disadvantages of using the innovation and decides whether to adopt or reject the innovation. Due to the individualistic nature of this stage Rogers notes that it is the most difficult stage to acquire empirical evidence
  • 59. Stage 4 - Implementation In this stage the individual employs the innovation to a varying degree depending on theinnovation to a varying degree depending on the situation. During this stage the individual determines the usefulness of the innovation and may search for further information about it
  • 60. Stage 5 -Confirmation Although the name of this stage may be misleading, in this stage the individual finalisesmisleading, in this stage the individual finalises his/her decision to continue using the innovation and may end up using it to its fullest potential
  • 61. Ecology of Innovation Seed cant become a tree in a desert Life of an idea depends upon the surroundings,Life of an idea depends upon the surroundings, time and the culture Infosys could get English educated cheap, young work force due to demographic transition in India
  • 62. Risk and Innovation Risk and innovation results in entrepreneurial capabilities Venture capitalism concept is nothing but reward to innovative but risky idea Best example: Steve Jobs
  • 63. Customer’s needs What it needs to make an innovative product which is acceptable to different sections Think about designing an I PAD……..Think about designing an I PAD…….. Why to have a separate camera, mobile, computer, song player, GPS etc. Innovation is bringing all these needs in one place. This is innovation.
  • 64. I Pad 64 GB space High resolution display Wifi, bluetooth Video camera, recordingVideo camera, recording Sensors Speakers, microphone GPS Audio play back TV and video player Mail attachments support, language support
  • 65. A few thoughts of mine Creativity and Passion is at the heart of innovation Integration of technologies and softwares is the mantra Appropriate technology is a mirageAppropriate technology is a mirage One ERP, One India Technology is the enabler and not the driver This is innovation.
  • 66. ` Time for a littleTime for a little Tea Break
  • 67. Case Studies Successful- Police IT Evolving- Operation KundawadaEvolving- Operation Kundawada Kere Proposed-University Examination System
  • 68. Why an ERP? Why this metamorphosis?
  • 69. The ERP
  • 70. ERP Characteristics An integrated system that operates in real time (or next to real time), without relyingtime (or next to real time), without relying on periodic updates.
  • 71. ERP Characteristics • A common database, which supports all applications • A consistent look and feel throughout each module • Installation of the system without elaborate application/data integration by the Information Technology (IT) department
  • 72. Police IT ERP Comprehensive ERP system providingComprehensive ERP system providing seamless integration of the day to day operations of the Police Department
  • 73. Police IT ERP In its conceptualization, creation and roll out, itIn its conceptualization, creation and roll out, it would have a pioneering impact in the way Police in India would go digital in the days to come
  • 74. Police IT-Modules • Crime • Law & Order • Traffic • Finance • Administration • Stores • Armed Reserve • Motor Transport • Training • Wireless • Forensic Science Laboratory • Executive Information System
  • 75. Police IT 2OOO becomes an ERP Police IT ERP Police IT 2000 Realization of the Software’s Potential ERP
  • 76. INNOVATION IN POLICE IT 2000
  • 77. Application Training • Unstructured to dynamically structured model • Established training centers to temporary need based training establishmentsbased training establishments • Police IT development team assigned training tasks • Training of Trainers • Manpower resources co-located at geographically convenient locations based on Users needs
  • 78. Application Training • Simple to complex modules • One major push for the main crime module • More than 6000 users trained in less than one• More than 6000 users trained in less than one month • Training in local language • Trainer trainee relationship • Respect provided to human resource with knowledge irrespective of rank
  • 79. Creation and maintenance of Broadband Networking Concept of a Core Team Systems Admin. Prep.Training MCSE CCNA
  • 80. Creation and maintenance of Broadband Networking Empowered to do Accept the responsibility Maintain the interest Create the desired capability and sustain
  • 81. Creation and Maintenance of Broadband Networking Today the Karnataka State Police Wide Area Network is the only Broadband Network in the country, fully functional inonly Broadband Network in the country, fully functional in the internal security sector, connecting 1439 locations on MPLS, VPNoBB and Internet leased line and running a fully functional ERP for the last two years. Maintained by departmental humanMaintained by departmental humanMaintained by departmental humanMaintained by departmental human resources with a demonstrated capabilityresources with a demonstrated capabilityresources with a demonstrated capabilityresources with a demonstrated capability
  • 82. Kundwaada Kere- Davangere’s Pride Innovation comes out of Passion and Clarity of Purpose
  • 83. Kundawada Kere- Davangere’s Pride Innovation comes of Passion and Clarity Of Purpose A SINGLE BLUEPRINT
  • 84. Kundwaada Kere- Davangere’s Pride Innovation comes out of Passion and Clarity of Purpose A team by design and not default
  • 85. Kundawada Kere- Davangere’s Pride Innovation comes out of Passion and Clarity of PurposeKnowledge Base is at the base of Innovation
  • 86. Kundawada Kere- Davangere’s Pride Innovation comes out of Passion and Clarity of Purpose A One of Its Kind Business Model Mentor to Guide
  • 87. Kundawada Kere- Davangere’s Pride Mixed Pressure Group Involvement of all
  • 88. Kundawada Kere- Davangere’s Pride Innovation comes out of Passion and Clarity of Purpose It is all in the field
  • 89. Kundawada Kere- Davangere’s Pride Innovation comes out of Passion and Clarity of Purpose Sanctity of Expert Advice
  • 90. Kundawada Kere- Davangere’s Pride Innovation comes out of Passion and Clarity of Purpose Innovation needs required momentum
  • 91. Kundawada Kere- Davangere’s Pride Innovation comes out of Passion and Clarity of Purpose Innovation needs required momentumThe long road ahead
  • 92. University Examination SystemUniversity Examination SystemUniversity Examination SystemUniversity Examination System Major OverhaulMajor OverhaulMajor OverhaulMajor Overhaul Kuvempu University Answer Script Scandal • 14/15th May, Night • 6 Accused arrested• 6 Accused arrested • All accused are assistants
  • 93. University Examination SystemUniversity Examination SystemUniversity Examination SystemUniversity Examination System Major OverhaulMajor OverhaulMajor OverhaulMajor Overhaul Kuvempu University Answer Script Scandal Modus changing original answer sheets 1.At the time of encoding the answer1.At the time of encoding the answer 2.Taking away all the answer sheets to their house and changing inside portion keeping outer page intact before encoding 3.Striking off the serial number of the original answer sheet & sticking on fake one & mix it in the original bundle
  • 94. University Examination SystemUniversity Examination SystemUniversity Examination SystemUniversity Examination System Major OverhaulMajor OverhaulMajor OverhaulMajor Overhaul Kuvempu University Answer Script Scandal Issuing Fake Marks Card/Degress 1.Issuing fake degree and marks card for 21.Issuing fake degree and marks card for 2 lakhs per person 2.Changing marks in Base Registers, prompting authorities to issue modified marks 3.Completely fake degrees by pilfering original blank marks card/degrees. Pilfered holograms also
  • 95. University Examination SystemUniversity Examination SystemUniversity Examination SystemUniversity Examination System Major OverhaulMajor OverhaulMajor OverhaulMajor Overhaul Kuvempu University Answer Script Scandal • Most interesting is that they undertake• Most interesting is that they undertake services for verification of document when the employer sends them to Univ. for verification • They hijacked letters which were sent by employers to the Univ. and used to sent fake letters on behalf of the Univ/colleges
  • 96. University Examination SystemUniversity Examination SystemUniversity Examination SystemUniversity Examination System Major OverhaulMajor OverhaulMajor OverhaulMajor Overhaul INTEGRATED UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Comprising of the following modules: • Creation, collation, storage, transfer and printing of question paper at the examination hall • Evaluation and tabulation • Creation of Base Registers, printing of marks card, dispatch etc • Creation of a Univ Records Section, full digital as a separate entity
  • 97. Customer/End User is at the center of theCustomer/End User is at the center of theCustomer/End User is at the center of theCustomer/End User is at the center of the UniverseUniverseUniverseUniverse • His needs at the existential level • Improve his living• Improve his living • Citizens for the Government • Walkers/picnic goers for Kundawada Kere • Photographers/ BirdWatchers/Researchers
  • 98. Creativity andCreativity andCreativity andCreativity and Passion are at thePassion are at thePassion are at thePassion are at the heart ofheart ofheart ofheart of InnovationInnovationInnovationInnovation
  • 99. Thanks for yourThanks for yourThanks for yourThanks for your TimeTimeTimeTime andandandand PatiencePatiencePatiencePatience