Agenda

Sessions 1, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10 will be taken by Prof. Snehal Awate, Assistant Professor Strategy, Indian School of Business
Sessions 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 will be taken by Mr Porus Munshi​, Founder, Making Breakthroughs Happen

Sessions 2, 4, 7, 8, 11, 13 will be taken by Mr Raghu Ramachandran, Founding Partner, 13 Colony Global, LLC

TIME22 April 2017 (Sat)23 April 2017 (Sun)24 April 2017 (Mon)25 April 2017 (Tue)26 April 2017 (Wed)
 Session 1Session 5Session 9Session 13Session 17
09:00 AM - 10:15 AMWhat is innovation?
How important is it?


Session goal: Understanding the sources of innovation, the types of innovation and their competitive implications. Understanding the link between strategy - innovation - profitability and competitive advantage

Case: HTC Corp. in 2009
Plugging into 
global value chains


Session goal: Innovations do not happen in vacuum. The global context can be used to develop and launch the idea. This session will help in understanding the global value chains in general, and the role of innovation in particular, the traditional place of emerging markets in the value chains and how entrepreneurs with an innovative idea can leverage the global value chains.
Creating Innovation Culture - the collective genius

Session goal: How to sustain and encourage innovative culture through a firm's lifecycle


Readings: 
1. How to kill creativity, HBR
2. Collective genius: the art and practice of leading innovation, chapter 3, HBR
Beginning the 'individual journey': Leapfrog innovation
Session goal: Discuss the individual journey wherein three dimensions of leapfrog innovation are addressed: Mental models, ideas and roll out on demand
Creating clarity on the challenge and self-imposed constraints
Session Goal:  Facilitate creating a leapfrog challenge and keystone for participants
10:15 AM - 10:30 AMTea Break
10:30 AM - 12:00 PMSession 2Session 6Session 10Session 14Session 18
Top 10 innovations globally
 
Session Goal: To understand the concept of innovation, it is useful to understand how companies/ individuals have succeeded globally
Learning and catch-up
 
Session goal: How do firms with minimum technological knowledge learn from other firms and upgrade their capabilities?


Case: Balancing the power equation: Suzlon Energy Ltd
Open Discussion
 
Session Goal: Discuss the concept of innovation and clarify issues if any
 
Leapfrog Innovation (Contd)
 
Session Goal: Discuss in depth the key mental models that enable leapfrog
Creating clarity on the challenge and self-imposed constraints (Contd)
12:30 PM - 01:30 PMLunch
 Session 3Session 7Session 11Session 15Session 19
01:30 PM - 03:15 PM
Innovations in emerging markets
 
Session goal: Understanding the peculiarities of emerging market innovations that are beyond pure technological breakthroughs.

 Reading: Innovation’s holy grail, HBR
Case: Godrej Chotukool: A cooling solution for mass markets
Different phases of Product Development
 
Session goal: Understanding the different phases of product development, now that you know the types and sources of innovation. This session will be focused on the  concept/Evaluation phases and its assessment.
Go-to market and revenue management strategies 
 
Session goal: Will address all the tools involved in developing a customer value proposition and the product roll out pre-requisites
How to get ideas on demand
 
 
Session Goal: How to roll out an innovation journey on demand
Putting it Together
 
 
Session Goal:  Put together learnings, surface fears, uncertainties, queries and clarify questions
03:15 PM - 03:30 PM
Tea Break
03:30 PM - 05:30 PMSession 4Session 8Session 12Session 16Session 20
Marketing Strategies for GrowthDifferent phases of Product Development (Contd.)Go-to market and revenue management strategies  (Contd)
Case Biography
 
 
Session Goal: Discuss the leapfrog journey of an Indian company
Wrap- Up
 
 
Session Goal: Discuss way forward and making of prototype that demonstrates the learning in wo