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Jay rogers

  1. 1. Fundamental Changes Enabling the New MakingJay Rogers @johnbrogersFounder & CEOLocal Motors
  2. 2. Empowering a World of auto- MAKERS @MAKE @localmotors MAKE makeCOOLcars
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  8. 8. Make: Local Motors Empowers Individuals to Create Vehicles of the Future 5x’s Faster 100x’s less capital
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  10. 10. Make: On-Line and Physical Community members Core community (active contributors) 35000 30000 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 Apr-08 Apr-09 Apr-10 Apr-11 Jan-08 Jan-09 Jan-10 Jan-11 Jan-12 Jul-08 Oct-08 Jul-09 Oct-09 Jul-10 Oct-10 Jul-11 Oct-11
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  18. 18. Make: Txt’ng Gut Check FTW! LoL :o OMG! WTF ? REALLY! TIAIBMATS  @IDSA @localmotors IDSA makeCOOLcars
  19. 19. Make: * MADE BY YOU IN AMERICA *
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  23. 23. Make: The Cameron Effect •30K tweets in the first 8 hours + •26K followers =New Era for Exploration •This Picture was transmitted instantly 9,000 km away
  24. 24. Make: Joy’s Law Haunts Most Innovation Efforts “No Matter Who You Are, Most of the Smartest People Work for Someone Else” Bill Joy, Cofounder Sun Microsystems
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  32. 32. Make: Professor Bob Langer from MIT is Co-Founder of Tissue Engineering Field • MIT Institute Professor (one of 12) • Over 600 patents • Over 1000 scientific papers • Largest biomedical engineering lab with over 100 researchers • Youngest person to be elected to National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering & Institute of MedicineSource: Karim Lakhani, HBS 2012
  33. 33. Make: Langer Collaboration Langer Collaborates with ~40% of Prolific Authors (> 25 Publications) 2004 - 2006Source: Karim Lakhani, HBS 2012 and BCG Analysis
  34. 34. Make: Joy’s Law in Tissue Engineering 6,131 Articles by 17,044 Authors (2004-2006)Source: Karim Lakhani, HBS 2012 and BCG Analysis
  35. 35. Make: LINUX •“Im doing a (free) operating system (just a hobby, wont be big and professional like gnu) for 386(486) AT clones.” •“Do you pine for the nice days of minix- 1.1, when men were men and wrote their own device drivers?” - Torvalds, Linus (1991-08-25). •This was the launch of Linux. Today: •280+Million Lines of Code •73,000 man years of development time •Equivalent Development Cost: $8BN
  36. 36. Make: The Causal Explanation for Joy’s Law • Knowledge is unevenly distributed in society - Fredrich von Hayek (1945) • Knowledge is sticky - Eric von Hippel (1994)Source: Karim Lakhani, HBS 2012
  37. 37. Make: Open Hardware Innovation “How To” 4 Ideas • Leadership • Organization • Respect • Engagement
  38. 38. Make: Open Innovation “How To” 4 Ideas • Leadership – Crafting a Vision • Organization • Respect • Engagement
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  45. 45. Make: Open Innovation “How To” 4 Ideas • Leadership • Organization – Managing the Items that our Community Cannot/Will Not do for themselves • Respect • Engagement
  46. 46. Make: Open Innovation “How To” 4 Ideas • Leadership • Organization • Respect – For People. Find the Winner Faster. • Engagement
  47. 47. Make: Open Innovation “How To” 4 Ideas • Leadership • Organization • Respect • Engagement – This is the new currency. You must be present. Celebrate Achievement and Failure equally
  48. 48. Make: What type of Engagement is Right? When? Distributed Tournament Community Open F1 Co-Creation Solution Knowledge Traditional Crowdsourcing Market Internal Feedback Concentrated Concentrated Distributed Use KnowledgeSource: Karim Lakhani, HBS 2012 and Rogers
  49. 49. Make: Hardware Innovation - Why Now • Broad Band Communication • Development of Open Innovation Legal Protections • Decrease in the Cost of Professional Tools
  50. 50. Make: What About IP • Trademark • Ornamental Design • Patent • Trade Secret • National Secret
  51. 51. How it works Features Tutorials More CAD Options • Download for online • Professional Tutorials. • Online CAD Viewer - Free. • Professional grade for and offline use. businesses and individuals. • Community access to • Design & Drafting - $99/mo. • Own all files created. • Fully Synchronous parametric professionals. • Foundation - $179/mo. CAD. • CAD when you need it • Solid Edge & Local - cancel anytime. Motors Support. • Classic - $229/mo. • 2D & 3D formats + import from DXF, DWG, STA, IGES & more. • Premium - $299/mo.Make:
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  61. 61. Make: “Be Vewy Vewy Quiet, I’m Hunting Corvettes” @MAKE @localmotors MAKE makeCOOLcars
  62. 62. Empowering a World of auto- MAKERS @MAKE @localmotors MAKE makeCOOLcars

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