9 Steps to Innovation, by the Masters - Idea to Product
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9 Steps to Innovation, by the Masters - Idea to Product

You can Innovate! Importance of Innovation, Root Cause Analysis, PLC, TM, Business Plan, Funding, Prototype & Pitching
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Last updated 2/2017
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  • 7.5 hours on-demand video
  • 21 Articles
  • 12 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand - Why Innovation is important & its relevance
  • Sources of Ideas, Root Cause Analysis, Product Life Cycle
  • What is Copyright, Intellectual Property, Patent, Trademark
  • Building a Business proposal & plan
  • Sources of Funding
  • Prototype building
  • Soft skills for presenting your Idea
  • Being psychologically ready to face the world
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Requirements
  • Researching Online
  • Passion to Learn
Description

This course is designed for anyone who may or may not have an idea but would want to know about Innovative Thinking. The course is relevant to anyone who shows some keenness for wanting to learn about Innovating.

Is this course for me?

This is a primer course designed for all audiences who:

  • Don’t know what innovation is
  • Understand that they must innovate but don’t know where to start
  • have ideas and don’t know what to do next
  • want to build a business based on an innovative idea
  • People aspiring to file patents, and so forth.

What will I Learn?

This course will take you through:

  • Why is Innovation important? Relevance?
  • Sources of Ideas, Root Cause Analysis, PLC
  • What is Copyright, IP, Patent, TM?
  • Building a Business proposal & plan
  • Sources of Funding
  • Prototype building
  • Soft skills for presenting the idea
  • Being psychologically ready to face the world

Method of Course Delivery:

The topics are designed such that we will expose the you to all stages and processes we feel are necessary for innovation – Structured as well as Unstructured.




Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who is interested in Innovating, understanding Innovation
  • All age groups - anyone can innovate whether you work / study. Engineers and project team leads who want to convert ideas to products
  • Leaders, Managers who wish to be innovative Entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs
  • Professionals from startups
  • Fortune 500 company staff
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Curriculum For This Course
163 Lectures
07:27:45
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INTRODUCTION
2 Lectures 04:15

Copyright & Disclamer
01:12
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MODULE 1: NEED FOR INNOVATION
4 Lectures 24:52

This lecture covers points on Why Innovation has become such a buzzword.

Preview 07:02

This lecture covers points on Why Innovation is so important for anyone and everyone.

Why is Innovation so important?
06:08

This lecture covers points on Why you must innovate.

Why should I Innovate?
06:49

The story of one of India's best startup stories - Flipkart.

Case Study: The Flipkart Story
04:53

Evaluation - Module I
10 questions
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MODULE 2: MY SEGMENT
26 Lectures 57:48
Overview
Processing..

Objective
00:27

This lecture covers points on identifying your passion.

Passion
00:23

Steve Jobs on identifying your Passion.

Steve Jobs on "Passion"
01:50

Identify your passion
00:44

Online passion test
00:09

Identifying your passion.

Skills
00:47

Skillsets of an Innovator.

Skill of an innovator
00:53

Generic skill of innovator
00:17

Need
00:55

Need or opportunity identification
00:23

Need or opportunity identification- Dr Thomas Lans
00:06

Need is key
01:25

Key to startup success- Bill Gross
00:06

Competition-Types
01:20

Who are competitors?
00:26

Idea segment
04:40

Product lifecycle
00:38

Understanding the product lifecycle
14:31

Time to ponder
00:40

Santhesis of passion, skill and need
02:57

Santhesis of passion, skill and need- Example
03:02

From the Guru: Source of innovation-I
07:00

From the Guru: Source of innovation-II
06:28

Summary
00:28

Case Study- The GoPro story
07:13

Evaluation - Module II
5 questions
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MODULE 3: ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS
29 Lectures 55:57
Overview
01:03

Objective
00:29

Root cause analysis
01:24

Fishbone Diagram
00:42

When to use fishbone diagram
00:20

Component of fishbone diagram
00:45

Using the tool
01:09

Performing cause and effect analysis
02:23

Six thinking hats
01:14

Different aspect of discussion
00:56

Representation of hats
03:35

Example of six thinking hats
00:39

Kaizen
00:41

Continuous improvement
00:46

Implementing Kaizen
00:21

Implementing Kaizen- step to follow
02:08

Kaizen and Innovation
01:17

Identifying competition
Processing..

Failure and innovation
00:23

Ken Robinson- Failure is important
00:06

What is a Kaizen event?
00:05

Synthesis
04:42

From the Guru: what to innovate
05:05

From the Guru: innovating the product
05:40

From the Guru: innovating a process
03:16

From the Guru: innovating delivery
04:28

From the Guru: innovating finance
04:22

From the Guru: innovating has broad spectrum
07:16

Summary
00:41

Evaluation - Module III
10 questions
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MODULE 4: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
9 Lectures 37:13
What is IP?
04:51

Patent
04:00

Investorship Vs. Ownership
06:11

Trademark
04:43

Copyright
03:25

Trade Secret
03:59

Common Mistakes made by Startups
04:39

Funding & IP
02:05

Patent Offices & Databases
03:20

Evaluation - Module IV
10 questions
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MODULE 5: BUSINESS CASE
28 Lectures 22:05
Overview
00:50

Objectives
00:19

Do We Really Need a Business Plan
00:51

What is a Business Proposal?
00:25

Why Do We Need a Business Proposal?
01:02

What to focus on…
00:41

Do a swot analysis before your business proposal…
00:05

Elements of a Business Proposal
03:21

Executive summary
00:51

Industry, competitor and customer analysis
00:46

Typical competition analysis
00:31

Company and product description
00:28

Marketing
01:05

Operation
00:44

Management
00:53

Critical risk
00:51

Finacial strategy
02:15

Roadmap
00:34

1st year income statement
00:32

3 or 5 year incom projection
00:32

Break even point
00:45

What do bankers look for…
00:39

What do investors look for…
00:49

Pitfall to avoid..
00:39

best practices for preparing a business proposals
00:47

Summary
00:38

Quik summary of building a business plan
00:05

Overview of making an effective business proposals..
00:05

Evaluation - Module V
10 questions
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MODULE 6: OPERATIONAL FEASIBILITY
19 Lectures 01:27:50
Overview
00:32

Objective
00:14

Guru speak: Source of funding
08:50

Guru speak: Business Analysis
10:07

Guru speak: Valuation Analysis
10:01

Guru speak: Portfolio Analysis
08:52

Financial Continuum
01:35

Debt vs Equity
01:35

Debt Financing
00:50

Debt Financing (Cont…)
01:26

Crowd Funding
00:55

Crowdfunding
00:45

Some Exemplary Crowdfunding Sites
00:15

Angel Investors
00:52

Venture Capitalist Evaluation Process
00:42

Public Offerings
00:33

Guru speak: Fund Raising for Startups
13:09

Guru speak: Factors for Success
26:13

Summary
00:24

Evaluation - Module VI
10 questions
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MODULE 7: PROTOTYPE TEST
18 Lectures 01:28:54
Objective
00:42

Validation is Key!
00:42

Lean Startup
01:11

The Concept of MVP and Validation
00:41

Pick your Beta Customer carefully!
00:33

Digital Marketing
00:48

Summary
00:42

From the Guru: Innovation and its types
07:45

From the Guru: Can Innovation be structured?
04:43

From the Guru: Finding where the shoe pinches
05:30

From the Guru:Path of most resistance and Mentoring
05:35

From the Guru: Student Innovation Case Studies
06:33

From the Guru: Message for Aspiring Innovators
05:51

From the Guru: Social Innovation Case Studies
07:29

From the Guru: Start Small, Scale Fast
15:07

Case Study: Journey on Innovation & the chinese Competition
09:43

Case Study: The Start, Marketing and Digital Marketing
07:16

Case Study: Intellectual Property (IP), Funding & Scale Up
08:03

Evaluation - Module VII
10 questions
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MODULE 8: SOFT SKILL
12 Lectures 09:05
Objective
00:10

Pitch
00:52

Framework for the Pitch
00:42

Background and Strategy
00:38

Exemplary Contents of the Pitch
00:57

Presentation Deck
01:16

Presentation Deck: Supporting Materials
00:25

Delivery of the Pitch (Part 1)
01:01

Delivery of the Pitch (Part 2)
01:03

Handling the Questions
01:01

How to pitch to Investors with 13 Slides in Under 10 Minutes
00:05

Summary
00:55
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MODULE 9: BEFORE YOU TAKE OFF
5 Lectures 59:18
From the Guru: Getting ready to enter the Market
22:38

From the Guru: Enjoy the Journey of Innovation
18:35

From the Guru: Pitching to Investors
09:00

From the Guru: Understanding my Fears
04:46

From the Guru: Overcoming my Fears
04:19
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