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pganguli©2000-08 Prabuddha Ganguli CEO “VISION-IPR” 101-201, Sun View Heights, Plot 262, Sher-e-Punjab, Andheri East, Mumbai 400093 Tel: 91-22-28264348; Fax: 91-22-28264344 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org “IPRinternalise™”..A Pathway to seamless Integration of IPR into Innovation Processes Presentation at BIOVISIONAlexandria 2008 14.04.2008
pganguli©2000-08 Perception of IPR – similar to Four Blindfolded Men who encountered an elephant and reported “The elephant is like a rope” “The elephant is like a wall” “The elephant is like a snake” “The elephant is like a pillar”
pganguli©2000-08 Human Resources Wealth Generation & Distribution in Interdependent Economies Education, Research & Development Intellectual Property Knowledge HRD Specialised Skills Products Services Wealth Social Progress Individual Progress Financial Resources Human Resources Education, Research & Development Knowledge HRD Specialised Skills Services Wealth Financial Resources Social Progress Individual Progress Developed Countries Developing/Least Developed Countries Can this trend be reversed or atleast corrected?
pganguli©2000-08 Role of Educational and R&D Institutions in a Knowledge Driven Economy Education, Research & Development Intellectual Property Knowledge HRD Specialised Skills Products Services Wealth Social Progress Individual Progress Financial Resource Human Resources
pganguli©2000-08 Cumulative Experience Knowledge Wisdom Internalisation Way of Life
pganguli©2000-08 How do we Innovatively Infuse IPR into Structured Innovation Processes without negatively impacting creativity? ….. and further diffuse it in our society
pganguli©2000-08 CONCEPTS INNOVATION PROCESS OUTPUT MARKET l Opportunities l Mapping innovation pathways Strategic options and procuring funds l Working through the IP grid l Patents & other IPR Filings/Registrations l Strategy for Foreign Filings l Licensing Options l Joint Developments l IPR Portfolio creation l Strategic tieups l Product / Technology Lifecycle l Managing IPR Portfolio l Monitoring IPR l Policing IPR l Enforcing IPR Record Maintenance & Updating IPR Information Internalise Intellectual Property and Strategic Management of IPR Ref: Intellectual Property Rights.. Unleashing the Knowledge Economy P. Ganguli ( Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi 2001)
pganguli©2000-08 IP Information as a resource Training young minds to effectively exploit IP information in their term papers and projects
pganguli©2000-08 Student Project-problem identification Do we know what is known? Do we know what is protected? Do we know how to bypass what is known and protected? Do we know how to “DESIGN SOLUTIONS” Do we know how to ENGINEER AN “INVENTIVE STEP”
pganguli©2000-08 Path to IPRinternalise Student Project problem identification Creation of IPR LITERATE human resource Development of IPR LITERATE intra- institutional human resource Interactive dynamic learning “Enabling Environment” Intra institutional working groups of students, IPR LITERATE resource
pganguli©2000-08 Education Societal benefit Novelty Patent Search Acquisition of information Evaluate information Synthesize and analyze information Application of information to interact with an idea or experience To develop knowledge, skill, character of human being Inventive Step Useful Patent Specification: A rich source of Technical Information About 70% of Knowledge In Patent Databases Technical Advance Practical Solution to the Technical Problem “IPRinternalise”…. Patent as a Vehicle
pganguli©2000-08 Conceptual Frame work of IPRinternalise Sustainable Activity Development of Critical Mass Identify people Operational Support IPR Policy patent filing systems, patent search facilities Outreach Training
pganguli©2000-08 IPRinternalise A Scalable Model Cost Effective High Adaptability within Core Groups Peer to Peer Transfer of Literacy and Expertise
pganguli©2000-08 Hub Spoke Model Peer to peer transfer of IPR literacy and Expertise Hub to create spoke ……… Spoke to become hub to create spoke …chain propagation HUB Institution Spoke Institute 3 Spoke Institute 2 Spoke Institute 1
pganguli©2000-08 Establishing Communities of IP Enablers and IP Practice Hub and Spoke IP Core Groups Networking for peer to peer interaction and learning Exploiting EXISTING Government channels Utilize power of IT TOOLS
pganguli©2000-08 Output Development of IP expertise and capability within Technical Educational Institutions Creating an urge to “Internalise IP” as a process of learning Enhance quality of Technically qualified students Building of a “CREATIVE LEARNING ETHICAL SOCIETY”
pganguli©2000-08 Patents and other IPR from student / faculty Projects Technology transfer and benefit sharing
pganguli©2000-08 An Effective tool to develop open, inspired prepared and enriched minds and Seamlessly integrate IPR in Technical Education
pganguli©2000-08 IPR Mediated Education System Educational Institution No SYLLABUS No EXAM Student Theory Syllabus Job Opportunities In diverse companies Higher Education Entrepreneur Qualified Student Teaching learning process PracticalProject Evaluation IPR is an embedded TOOL IPR LITERATE Enriched Human Resource
pganguli©2010 Dr. Prabuddha Ganguli CEO “VISION-IPR” , Sun View Heights, Plot 262, Sher-e-Punjab, Andheri East, Mumbai , India Tel: ;
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