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Howard Richard Lieberman Turning Vision into Value Innovation in Engineering Education.

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1 Howard Richard Lieberman Hlieberman@SVI.ORG 650-561-9000Hlieberman@SVI.ORG9.1.07 Turning Vision into Value Innovation in Engineering Education

2 Howard Richard Lieberman Hlieberman@SVI.ORG 650-712-8100Hlieberman@SVI.ORG Slide Turning Vision into Value 2 New World - Service Economy US GDP 80% Service Generalists vs. specialists T shaped people Integrity and balance Service Science emerging US GDP 80% Service Generalists vs. specialists T shaped people Integrity and balance Service Science emerging

3 Howard Richard Lieberman Hlieberman@SVI.ORG 650-712-8100Hlieberman@SVI.ORG Slide Turning Vision into Value 3 Engineering and Research in 2020 Simulation vs. analytics Distance vs. traditional learning Engineering manager vs. engineer Much more collaboration New academic - industry relationships Simulation vs. analytics Distance vs. traditional learning Engineering manager vs. engineer Much more collaboration New academic - industry relationships

4 Howard Richard Lieberman Hlieberman@SVI.ORG 650-712-8100Hlieberman@SVI.ORG Slide Turning Vision into Value 4 Intensives New educational models needed More pre and post processing More perspectives More asynchronous Less linear - more like reality New educational models needed More pre and post processing More perspectives More asynchronous Less linear - more like reality

5 Howard Richard Lieberman Hlieberman@SVI.ORG 650-712-8100Hlieberman@SVI.ORG Slide Turning Vision into Value 5 Very Different Teams No longevity Have not worked together before Formed and disbanded on project basis Disparate cultures Differing identities, beliefs, values, behaviors and expectations No longevity Have not worked together before Formed and disbanded on project basis Disparate cultures Differing identities, beliefs, values, behaviors and expectations

6 Howard Richard Lieberman Hlieberman@SVI.ORG 650-712-8100Hlieberman@SVI.ORG Slide Turning Vision into Value 6 21 St Century Project Management Much smaller plans Much faster development times Much more flexibility required Much more collaboration Much smaller plans Much faster development times Much more flexibility required Much more collaboration

7 Howard Richard Lieberman Hlieberman@SVI.ORG 650-712-8100Hlieberman@SVI.ORG Slide Turning Vision into Value 7 ISPER Process Imagine Scope Plan Execute Review Imagine Scope Plan Execute Review

8 Howard Richard Lieberman Hlieberman@SVI.ORG 650-712-8100Hlieberman@SVI.ORG Slide Turning Vision into Value 8 Innovation Dashboard Indicators of Innovation Indicator Observers Shared Perspective There has to be a way for everyone to see what you mean by innovation!

9 Howard Richard Lieberman Hlieberman@SVI.ORG 650-712-8100Hlieberman@SVI.ORG Slide Turning Vision into Value 9 Measuring Innovation Measurement from a scientific perspective requires repeatability. Objective third parties should obtain similar results to each other. This is a basic tenet of science and engineering. Quantification also implies the existence of units. Before leaping into specific numerical characterizations it is often useful to look at relative indicators of any given phenomena. Innovation is no exception - the qualitative usually precedes the quantitative. Just as the relative precedes the absolute. Once qualitative vocabulary and attribute importance are shared... quantitative accuracy can follow. Measurement from a scientific perspective requires repeatability. Objective third parties should obtain similar results to each other. This is a basic tenet of science and engineering. Quantification also implies the existence of units. Before leaping into specific numerical characterizations it is often useful to look at relative indicators of any given phenomena. Innovation is no exception - the qualitative usually precedes the quantitative. Just as the relative precedes the absolute. Once qualitative vocabulary and attribute importance are shared... quantitative accuracy can follow.

10 Howard Richard Lieberman Hlieberman@SVI.ORG 650-712-8100Hlieberman@SVI.ORG Slide Turning Vision into Value 10 Innovation Indicators conversationsadvocatesnew products projectschampionsinventions prototypesresourcesexternal ideas failuresnew featuresoutreach indicators precede metrics

11 Howard Richard Lieberman Hlieberman@SVI.ORG 650-712-8100Hlieberman@SVI.ORG Slide Turning Vision into Value 11 Open Source Major efforts not owned by one entity. Traditional IP models do not support collaboration Quality control is a big problem. Resource is infinite. Major efforts not owned by one entity. Traditional IP models do not support collaboration Quality control is a big problem. Resource is infinite.

12 Howard Richard Lieberman Hlieberman@SVI.ORG 650-712-8100Hlieberman@SVI.ORG Slide Turning Vision into Value 12 Open Source Handbook Innovation Management Handbook Traditional morphing into Online Many voices aggregated into volumes. Invite people to get involved. OSH.SVII.ORG (in progress) Innovation Management Handbook Traditional morphing into Online Many voices aggregated into volumes. Invite people to get involved. OSH.SVII.ORG (in progress)


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