From Invention To Innovation[1]

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How to develop Inventions into Innovations ? remember the Mantra as CAP - Capture the Idea, Align the Idea and Protect the Idea.

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  • How to develop inventions into Innovations?
  • Technological Innovation / successful commercialization of technical ideas is enabled by Leadership in emerging technologies, Vision of emerging markets and a Strategy to balance the two Healthy environment that nurtures the growth of out-of-the-box ideas Focused effort to flow the Idea into Innovation I have focused my efforts, over the last ten years, on flowing simple technical ideas into technology innovations. In the process, I evolved a SIMPLE innovation methodology based on TRIZ tools. I could introduce a few fresh ideas in materials technology, patent those ideas and, more importantly, could successfully transition some of these simple inventions into an innovative product.
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  • Each one of us here play a critical role in converting Ideas to Innovations Technology Leaders – Visionaries - Innovation Strategy – balancing the pull & push from emerging technologies & markets Invention Development Managers – Incubators - grow the innovation potential of the Idea. Inventors – Connectors - bridge the gap between invention & innovation All 3 play a key role in Creating & Sustaining an Innovation Ecosystem
  • Five-Whys Nine Windows TRIZ Function Map TRIZ Ideal Final Result
  • What critical problem or technical contradiction does the Idea solve? Proof-of-concept experiments to confirm technical feasibility Use Statistical Design of Experiments to cover the Design Space & minimize experiments Who is the Customer & what is his benefit?
  • Identify white spaces in IP landscape & focus research on those gaps Integrate IP Strategy with Technology Strategy Map the Product to Patents Aim to create a patent portfolio rather than patenting Inventions as they come Study Technology Evolution Trends and Use TRIZ Evolution Potential to predict What’s Next
  • From Invention To Innovation[1]

    1. 1. from Invention to Innovation Shankar MV July 2009
    2. 2. To bring an insightful idea / Invention successfully to the Market Shankar, July 2009 From Invention to Innovation
    3. 3. The Problem Finding the Idea with Innovation Potential Shankar, July 2009 From Invention to Innovation
    4. 4. The Solution Shankar, July 2009 From Invention to Innovation IDEA INNOVATION
    5. 5. Shankar, July 2009 From Invention to Innovation Technology Leaders – Vision Innovation Strategy Invention Development Managers Nurture Inventors Connect The Fulcrum of Innovation
    6. 6. From Idea to Innovation Shankar, July 2009 From Invention to Innovation Innovative product that wows the User Strategic IP Portfolio Scale-up Prototype Manufacturing Alignment with Innovation Opportunity Idea
    7. 7. Invention Development CAP is my Mantra Shankar, July 2009 From Invention to Innovation Capture Align the Idea to a critical Problem Align Protect Capture the Idea Protect the Idea
    8. 8. Shankar, July 2009 From Invention to Innovation Capture the Core Idea Enhance the Idea Define the opportunity for Innovation Capture Idea
    9. 9. Shankar, July 2009 From Invention to Innovation Identify Critical Problem Confirm Technical Feasibility Define Value Proposition Align Idea
    10. 10. Protect Idea Identify IP White Space Patent Portfolio, Product -Patent Map Analyze Technology Evolution Potential Shankar, July 2009 From Invention to Innovation
    11. 11. Invention Development CAP is my Mantra Shankar, July 2009 From Invention to Innovation Capture Align the Idea to a critical Problem Align Protect Capture the Idea Protect the Idea
    12. 12. Thanks [email_address] Shankar, July 2009 From Invention to Innovation

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