Online Live Innovative Acceleration Methodologies
Learn how to address the risks and threats that can inhibit innovation.
About the Instructor(s)
Prof. Gideon Samid, PhD, PE, is a chemical engineer. Graduated from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. Worked at NASA, Exxon, and managed an innovation consulting enterprise based on the tried and proven Innovation Solution Protocol. Self Applying his tools, Gideon now has 19 patents to his name covering nanotechnology, chemical cryptography, and cyber products. Gideon is a prolific author, and an effective teacher.
About the Course
Creative writers benefit from a creative writing course; creative chemists benefit from the Innovation Solution Protocol: a framework that (1) keeps you going when you hit the innovator's block, (2) holds you back when you go off the "deep end" into "never-never land", (3) realigns your focus on the most productive innovative pathway. This is done via the Innovation Solution Map where an innovation challenge projects into a derived challenge such that when the derived challenge is solved, the original challenge becomes more negotiable. Applying this process iteratively, charts the map, which can be traversed by its creator, and any team associated with the effort.
Key to the Innovation Acceleration Methodologies is the concept of establishing the credibility of cost-to-complete and time-to-finish of the innovation project. The rise in this credibility assessment represents innovation progress. This progress metric is essential to developing optimal innovation management strategy. No metrics – no optimization. Learn to measure your innovation progress, and manage the same.
Your creativity is the locomotive; this webcast lays the railway!
What You Will Learn
- How to Estimate cost-to-complete and time-to-finish of your innovation enterprise
- How to determine the credibility of your estimate, and use the change of this credibility over time, as a management guide towards greater innovative productivity
- How to find an easier challenge relative to the one at hand, so that when the easier one is resolved, the original one becomes itself easier to resolve.
- How to break down a challenge to a series of smaller challenges
- How to break down a challenge to parallel (competing) challenges?
- How to break down an innovative challenge to a series of simplified-to-refined challenges
- How to find similar (already resolved) challenges to help the challenge at hand
- How to redefine your innovative challenge in a more abstract way, free from non essential details, in order to discern an otherwise hidden solution.
- How to organize your team around your R&D objective
Who Should Attend
Research and Development chemists, Problem Solving Chemists, seeking to channel their creativity into higher innovation productivity.
- Introduction to the Innovation Solution Protocol
- Innovation Progress Metrics
- The Innovation Turing Machine
- Innovation Minded Enterprise Management
- Heterogeneous Innovation Management
- Innovation Management Plan B Strategy
- Innovation Management in a State of Urgency
Dates, Locations, and Prices
Five for four! Register five people for one course, one person for five courses, or any combination in between and your fifth registration is free. The free registration will be the course of the lowest price. Please note: This discount cannot be combined with any other discount offered.
Each person attending must register individually for this course.
Course fee includes electronic access to the course materials and session recordings.
Aug 27 - Sep 24, 2021
(8/27, 9/3, 9/10, 9/17 and 9/24)