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  1. 1. 1 Course Promo Available On Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  2. 2. Technology Commercialization From Idea to Product Part One How to Define your Business and Identify Where You Stand? Essential Concepts and How To? Sections Lectures SamplesContent Author and Instructor:Al-Motaz Bellah Alaa Al-Agamawi Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  3. 3. SECTION 2: BASIC CONCEPTS SAMPLE LECTURE 3 VIDEO DISCUSSION FOR ACCESS THE FULL COURSE PLEASE VISIT:TechnologyCommercialization, Essentials How to Define Your Business and Determine Where you Stand?
  4. 4. SECTION 2: BASIC CONCEPTS SAMPLE LECTURE 9: PRODUCT AND SERVICE INNOVATION LEARNING OBJECTIVES: 1)DISTINCT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CREATIVITY, INVENTION AND INNOVATION. 2)UNDERSTAND THE TYPES AND FORMS OF INNOVATION. 3)IDENTIFY THE KEY PEOPLE IN TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION. FOR ACCESS THE FULL COURSE PLEASE VISIT:TechnologyCommercialization, Essentials How to Define Your Business and Determine Where you Stand?
  5. 5. Creativity5 What is Creativity? Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  6. 6. Definition of Creativity6  Creativity  Is the ability to bring something new  Creativity is the ability not the activity of bringing something new. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  7. 7. Invention7 What is Invention? Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  8. 8. Definition of Invention8  Invention  Is a unique or novel device, method, composition, process or discovery.  It may also be an improvement upon, or alternate means, of achieving an existing desired result or function.  Invention is the activity of bringing something new. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  9. 9. Innovation9 What is Innovation? Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  10. 10. Definition of Innovation10  Innovation  Is the process of doing new things.  The process of introducing the creative idea or invention to the market. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  11. 11. The Distinction between Creativity,11 Invention and Innovation The ability to create Perquisite of Creativity something new. Invention and Innovation The creation of Results in new Invention Something new knowledge The Transformation Result in a new of an idea or product, service or Innovation resource into useful processes application Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  12. 12. Sequence of Discovery-Invention-12 Innovation-Market May never be developed into marketable products Invention Has No Instantaneous Scientific Innovation Adopting Invention commercial value Discovery Market Buying or ignoring the Place innovation Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  13. 13. Types and Forms of Innovation13 Type Forms Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  14. 14. Forms of Innovation14 Companies Process Innovation Service Product Innovation Innovation Consumers Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  15. 15. Types Of Innovation15 Incremental Radical Innovation Innovation Low Novelty High Novelty Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  16. 16. Type Of Innovation Topology16 Components/Core ConceptsDegree of Novelty Reinforced Overturned Unchanged Incremental Modular Innovation InnovationSystem/Linkage Architectural Radical Changed Innovation Innovation Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  17. 17. Change Associated with Type of Innovation17 Innovation Component System Incremental Improved No Change Modular New No Change Architectural Improved New Configuration/ Architecture Radical New New Configuration/ Architecture Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  18. 18. Innovation Novelty, Example18 Innovation Form Type Product Radical Transistor Transistor is the most important key components in most of today electronics and it has the greatest role in the humanity advancement in electronics. Although transistor has first been patent by Julius Edgar Lilienfeld in 1925 in Canada and then more research had been conducted by a team of research in AT&T Bell Labs in 1947 but the first silicon transistor was produced in 1954. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  19. 19. Innovation Novelty, Example19 Innovation Form Type Service Modular Innovation SMS (Text) Message SMS was first thought to be added to GSM protocol in early 80s and the first consumer implementation and availability was in 1993. Nokia was the first company which its entire product portfolio supports the new SMS services in 1993. Although SMS is considered to be Modular Innovation but its effect is huge (compared to Radical innovation ones) today there are more than 2.4 billion active users for SMS more than 74% of the mobile handset users. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  20. 20. Innovation Novelty, Example20 Innovation Form Type Mountain Bike Product Architectural Innovation Bikes was found since longtime ago but the mountain bike is a new architectural for bikes to be more effective and useful in claiming the mountains. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  21. 21. Key People in Technological Innovation21 Creative Source Champion Sponsor • Inventor or Originator • Entrepreneur or • Person or organization who creates something Manager who pursues that backs innovation with new through personal the idea, providing finance, advice and vision or effort. leadership for contacts application A number of industrial studies reveal that for a technology innovation to succeed, there are three important people involved and seven important conditions to satisfy. The combination of these people and conditions satisfies the need for creativity and implementation. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  22. 22. 15 Min Exercise22Please do the Following:1) Classify your product/service type of innovation. Time Left2) Product/service degree of novelty with a brief description for the reasons behind your choice.3) Please describe, the customer benefit from such innovation. The value your innovation add to the customer. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  23. 23. SECTION 2: BASIC CONCEPTS SAMPLE LECTURE 10 VIDEO DISCUSSION FOR ACCESS THE FULL COURSE PLEASE VISIT:TechnologyCommercialization, Essentials How to Define Your Business and Determine Where you Stand?
  24. 24. SECTION 4: UNDERSTANDING TECHNOLOGY ANDMARKET RELATION SAMPLE LECTURE 16: THE TECHNOLOGY S- CURVE LEARNING OBJECTIVES: 1)UNDERSTAND THE S-CURVE OF TECHNOLOGY PROGRESS 2) UNDERSTAND THE CONCEPT OF CHANGE IN NATURAL LIMIT OF TECHNOLOGY FOR ACCESS THE FULL COURSE PLEASE VISIT:TechnologyCommercialization, Essentials How to Define Your Business and Determine Where you Stand?
  25. 25. The S-Curve of Technological Progress25 A technology s improvementof performance follows the S-curve. When a technologyperformance parameter (y axis)is plotted against time (xaxis), the result resembles an s-shaped diagram culled the S-curve. Technological performance canhe expressed in terms of anyattribute, such as density in the Source: Customized Management of Technology, By. Prof. Tarek Khalil.electronics industry (number oftransistors per chip) or aircraftspeed Technology per hour. in miles Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  26. 26. Technology Progress Life Cycle- TLC26 (1) the new invention period, also known as the embryonic stage The new invention period is characterized by a period of slow initial growth . This is the time when experimentation and initial hugs are worked out of the system. Source: Customized Management of Technology, By. Prof. Tarek Khalil. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  27. 27. Technology Progress Life Cycle- TLC27 (2) the technology improvement period, also known as the growth stage The technology improvement period is characterized by rapid and sustained growth. Source: Customized Management of Technology, By. Prof. Tarek Khalil. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  28. 28. Technology Progress Life Cycle- TLC28 (3) the mature-technologyperiod . The technology becomesvulnerable to substitution orobsolescence when a new or better-performing technology emerges. The mature-technology period starts when the upper limit of the technology is approached and progress in performance slows down, This is when the Source: Customized Management of Technology, By. Prof. Tarek Khalil. technology reaches its natural limits as dictated by factors such as physical limits . Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  29. 29. Example29 The vacuum tube technology was limited by the tubes size and the power consumption of the heated filament. Both of these factors were natural barriers to electron conduction in a vacuum tube, Electronic engineers could not overcome these limitations. The arrival of the solid-state technology, or transistor, which permitted electron conduction in solid material, changed the physical barriers of size and power. The transistor technology started a new technology life cycle and rendered the vacuum-tube technology obsolete. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  30. 30. Changes in Natural Limits of Technology30 When a technology reaches its natural limits it becomes a mature technology vulnerable to substitution or obsolescence. A technologys rate of performance improvement is dependent on the effort devoted to its development. It may progress at a faster rate and will influence the progression of the older technology. Source: Customized Management of Technology, By. Prof. Tarek Khalil. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  31. 31. Example31 Ceramics, which have higher operating temperatures and substitute for metals used in internal combustion engines; the newer technology permits better performance of the engines. The performance of the engines can continue to improve as a result of a sequence of newer technologies, each with a higher limit of the performance parameter of interest. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  32. 32. Multiple- Generation Technologies32 Technology. like all systems, has a hierarchy. A system can consist of a number of subsystems, and each subsystem may have a number of components. Technology need not consist of a single component or derive from a single innovation. Technology can consist of multiple technologies and derive from different generations of innovation. Source: Customized Management of Technology, By. Prof. Tarek Khalil. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  33. 33. Example33 The personal computer is a technology and has a technology life cycle. It consists of several sub technologies, One such sub technology is the microprocessor, which can also be defined as a technology with a technology life cycle all its own. In turn the microprocessor has its own multiple-generation technologies or sub technologies. For example, the microprocessor technology developed by a company such as Intel has undergone several generations of changes (8088, 286. 386, 486, Pentium). Each of these generations of innovation helped boost the technology life cycle of the microprocessor and, in turn. that of the PC. The same concept applies to software technology, Any software developed for a major application undergoes several generations of change. The changes improve the software and extend its useful life. If a company developing software stops its development after one generation and another company continues to develop new generations, the former wilt find itself unable to compete with the latters newer generation technology. Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi
  34. 34. SECTION 5: EXTERNAL AND INTERNALENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS SAMPLE LECTURE 21 VIDEO DISCUSSION FOR ACCESS THE FULL COURSE PLEASE VISIT:TechnologyCommercialization, Essentials How to Define Your Business and Determine Where you Stand?
  35. 35. 35 For Accessing the Full Course: http://www.udemy.com/from-idea-to-product-part-one For More Information and Further Discussions Al-Motaz Bellah Alaa Al-Agamawi Email: magamawi@gmail.com Skype ID: magamawi Linkedin Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/motazalagamawi SlideShare Profile: http://www.slideshare.net/magamawi Technology Commercialization, Part One Essential Concepts and How to? By: Motaz Al-Agamawi

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