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Open 2013:   Helping to Disseminate Technology with University Program Support: Examples of how to foster technologies' progression towards scale
Open 2013:   Helping to Disseminate Technology with University Program Support: Examples of how to foster technologies' progression towards scale
Open 2013:   Helping to Disseminate Technology with University Program Support: Examples of how to foster technologies' progression towards scale
Open 2013:   Helping to Disseminate Technology with University Program Support: Examples of how to foster technologies' progression towards scale
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Open 2013: Helping to Disseminate Technology with University Program Support: Examples of how to foster technologies' progression towards scale

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  • 1. Students learn to become leaders that canaddress the well-being of people living in povertythrough design and entrepreneurshipCourses + Placement program Site visits Engaged Studying Practicing Leading Internship Multi-campus Mission driven A new social venture Course company/NGONCIIA OPEN - Benjamin Linder, Olin College, Erik Noyes, Babson College
  • 2. REGIONAL IMPLEMENTATION 1 2 3Regionalfocus Potential product-ventures Pilots Opportunity identification Development Deployment Multiple approaches 2 product-ventures 0-2 product-ventures Rough components Refined components Validated components Many assumptions Many assumptions tested Replication assumptions
  • 3. PRODUCT-VENTURE PIPELINE Opportunity identification Development Deployment Rickshaw modification New products Water Rickshaw chlorination drivetrain Rickshaw dispatch Bamboo Joint bicycle improvement design Bike accessories Cactus oil extraction Brand strategy 2 to 6 Semesters! Hoop house Mobile New ventures Accessibility Ghana Equipment Cassava co-op Beeswax India grating Gari income Morocco pressing Alabama Massachusetts
  • 4. SUCCESSES AND CHALLENGES Successes Challenges Students transformed Continuity Students placed Undergraduate founders Lives changed Partner expectations Satisfied partners Distributed teaming Participation by Travel… women/underrepresented Deployment from courses Institutional support

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