Managing Innovation_Introduction to Innovation

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Session 1 Introduction to Innovation

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Managing Innovation_Introduction to Innovation

  1. 1. Innovation management Instructor: Prof. Dr. Bernhard Katzy prof.katzy@cetim.org 2012www.CeTIM.orgProf. Dr. Bernhard R. Katzy
  2. 2. Innovation?www.CeTIM.org Prof.Dr. Bernhard Katzy 1
  3. 3. Session 1 introduction based on life cases Agenda ● Introduction ● Syllabus ● Overview of course content ● Life cases by guest speakerwww.CeTIM.org Prof.Dr. Bernhard Katzy 2
  4. 4. Introduction – instructor INSTRUCTOR AND HIS TEAM Instructor: Prof.Dr.Bernhard Katzy - PhD in industrial management from University of Technology (RWTH) Aachen in Germany and a second Ph.D. (habilitation) in general management and technology management from University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. - Professor @ University BW Munich (DE) and Leiden University (NL); and director of CeTIM Center for Technology and Innovation Management. - Research interest is about entrepreneurial management of fast growing high-tech firms and the management of strategic change in the transition to the information agewww.CeTIM.org Prof.Dr. Bernhard Katzy 3
  5. 5. Introduction – Motivation of this course MOTIVATION •Innovation and Individual Innovation leads a better life •Innovation and Organization Innovation may cause the rise or the fall of organizations •Innovation and Society Innovation may make society vibrant and dynamicwww.CeTIM.org Prof.Dr. Bernhard Katzy 4
  6. 6. Introduction – What does “innovation” really mean INNOVATION Innovation is not about knowledge in form of papers or patents of in form of basic inventions, but a process about their application in society • Innovation VS Invention • Innovation VS Technology • Innovation VS Technology Innovation Note: in this course innovation and technology innovation are substitutes for each other, except for special emphasiswww.CeTIM.org Prof.Dr. Bernhard Katzy 5
  7. 7. Grading – Class Participation (50%) Result of quick tests at the beginning of each class(30%). Your active participation in the discussion in class (20%) is integral to the design of this course – Final paper (50%) The final paper is to be written solo, in response to the topics offer in class. You are invited to propose your own topic to the instructor. It is due on April 26, 2012 and should be 10 pages in length (Format: , Font size 12pt, 1.5 line spacing).www.CeTIM.org Prof.Dr. Bernhard Katzy 6
  8. 8. Reader in Form of Book Michael L.Tushman and Philip Anderson. <Managing Strategic Innovation and Change> 2nd edition, Oxford University Press, 2004, ISBN-10: 0195135784 Editions are very differentwww.CeTIM.org Author Name 7
  9. 9. All articles for download on www.openlearninglab.org Sorry. NOT True! This would violate copy right How to prepare for Reading? Academic 1. Download Paper List on www.openlearninglab.org Skill Training 2. Log into Digital Library 3. Download papers with correct copy rightwww.CeTIM.org 8
  10. 10. Assignment details PAPER ASSIGNMENTS DETAILS • Choose a topic covered in this class that especially interests you • Briefly explain the topic at start of paper Devote 1-2 pages to this. No extra reading needed here: derive from class lectures and discussions, assigned readings and other sources of information that you may already have. • Expand the topic in the direction of your interest State and summarize where you are going with the topic and then go to it! Devote remainder of paper to this. Fine to draw in your personal experience and views in addition to findings from extra reading on the topic. • Example topics  Advantages and risks of collaboration for innovation in a “living lab”  IS Implementation failures – a discussion from an innovation management view point  Your own topicwww.CeTIM.org Prof. Dr. Bernhard Katzy 9
  11. 11. Syllabus – Grading and assignments GRADING DETAILS FOR FINAL PAPER Originality of work Clear focus Scientific quality (are the methods appropriate and presented in sufficient detail to allow the results to be repeated and are the data adequate to support the conclusions?) Language(writing style) Relationship with the coursewww.CeTIM.org Prof.Dr. Bernhard Katzy 10
  12. 12. Overview of course content Innovation System Organization of Innovation innovation Governance Innovation Transformation and entrepreneurship Basic innovation concepts Introduction to Innovation Innovation Theory … Dominant theory, Main issues and developments of innovation researchwww.CeTIM.org Prof.Dr. Bernhard Katzy 11
  13. 13. Readings for next session SESSION 2 BASIC INNOVATION CONCEPTS -> Article 7: Rebecca M.Henderson, and Kim B.Clark. Architectural innovation: the reconfiguration of existing product technologies and the failure of established firms. Michael L.Tushman and Philip Anderson. Managing Strategic Innovation and Change. 2nd edition, Oxford University Press, 2004, ISBN-10: 0195135784 -> Article 10: Carl Shapiro, and Hal R.Varian. The art of Standards Wars. Michael L.Tushman and Philip Anderson. Managing Strategic Innovation and Change. 2nd editon, Oxford University Press, 2004, ISBN-10: 0195135784www.CeTIM.org Prof.Dr. Bernhard Katzy 12

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