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A Breakthrough Thinking with TRIZ (PG)
 
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Managing Innovation & Change (PG)
 
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DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION
4th & 5th May 2017
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Venue : Evergreen Laurel Hotel, Gurney Drive, Penang
Call us at 04 – 229 3900 or 04 – 229 6520 or email : program@dunville.com.my
Closing Date : 28th April 2017
INTRODUCTION
Each company in every industry works under certain forces that act powerful to define what the company can do and what not. Organization faces with disruptive technologies when these forces overpowered them. By understanding the five laws and principles of disruptive technology, manager could harness these principles rather than fighting against those forces.
Disruptive technologies typically allow new market to emerge. They exist in a small market remote from the mainstream and are disruptive because they can become fully performance-competitive within the mainstream market against established product.
This program is designed to increase managers/leaders analytical skills in diagnosing what has caused those circumstances and what forces will affect the feasibility of their innovative solutions.
 
TARGET AUDIENCE
Executives, Supervisors, Team Leaders, Heads of Department and Managers.
 
COURSE OBJECTIVE
At the end of the program, participants will be able to :

  Use concept and theories to access corporate competitive strategies
Take action based on what they think the future will hold
Learn to interpret the choice the company makes to either commercialize or ignore the technology
Point to the situations in which organization can use relatively simple, convenient and low cost innovation to create growth
Understand the type of innovations, sustaining innovations and low-end disruptive innovation, and new market disruptive innovations
Sustain innovation by moving company along the established improvement trajectories
Create new growth by making it easier for people to do something that historically required deep expertise and great wealth
Appraise organizational capabilities and define organization’s strengths as well as blind spot
Bring process and resources design to tackle innovations through prioritization of value
Control the “Evolution of Product Competition” with different innovative strategies
 
COURSE CONTENT

Disruptive Innovation               

  • Sustaining vs Disruptive Technologies
  • The disruptive innovation
  • The impact of sustaining disruptive technological change
    • Sustaining technologies
    • Performance demanded
  • The third dimension of disruptive innovation

New Market Disruption

  • New market disruption
  • Low end disruption
  • Disruptive vs rational investments
  • Harnessing the 5 principles of disruptive innovation
  • Spotting disruptive threats and opportunities

Technology S-Curves and Value Networks

  • Technology S-Curves and Value Networks
    • Product performance vs time of engineering effort
  • Disruptive technological change
  • Management decision to disruptive technological change
  • Technology S-Curve framework

Appraising Organization's Capabilities and Disabilities

  • Resources, Process and Values
  • Organizational Capabilities Framework
  • Filling innovation requirement and organization’s capabilities
    • Performance of oversupply
    • Evolution of product competition

Controlling the Evolution of Product Competition

  • How do we know a “Technology is Disruptive”
  • Functionality vs time
  • Innovative Strategies
    • Stay with customers
    • Push upmarket to high-end customers
    • Change the market demand for functionality
  • Technology trajectory
  • Different Tier of Needs

Innovation Capability

  • Creating new growth businesses
  • Characteristics of innovative organization
  • Harnessing the competence based
  • Organization Intelligence Absorption capability
  • Creative and idea knowledge management
  • Market and customer orientation
  • Structure and system
  • Culture and climate
SPEAKER’S PROFILE

PAUL LOXTON

A results oriented organisational development consultant with extensive international experience. Paul has worked with teams, senior managers and multi-cultural groups of all levels throughout Asia, Europe and the USA.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
An engaging trainer, speaker, facilitator and coach with an inclusive style, specialising in:
• Designing stimulating development initiatives aligned to business goals, facilitating management skills and leadership development programs.
• Improving the effectiveness of teams of all levels, including Board level.
• Coaching senior executives. Psychometric profiling.

An experienced consultant, addressing:
• Employee engagement.
• Performance management and productivity improvement.
• Organisational culture change.
• Customer service improvement.
• Talent management and succession planning.

APPROACH
Paul works as a business partner with his clients. Understanding needs and context, clarifying objectives and providing practical, leading edge solutions.

CORPORATE EXPERIENCE
• Director level experience in Operations and HR. Latterly VP & Director of Management & Organisational Development, Citigroup.
• Extensive people and change management experience including post acquisition business integration project management.

CLIENTS
Paul’s clients include:
Aon, Asian Steel, Bank Of Singapore, Bank Of Tokyo Mitsubishi.
BUPA Australia, Burger King, DBS Bank, DTZ, Esprit, Gemalto, James Cook University Singapore, Julius Baer Bank, Lantro, Le Meridien Hotels, Mercer, Microsoft, NOL, OCBC Bank, PSA, Pokka, RBS, SCDF, Saipem, Service Master, Singapore Institute of Management (SIM), Singapore Press Holdings, Shell, Siemens, Unilever, Wilhelmsen.

EDUCATION & PERSONAL
Degree in Economics, studied HR Management at Henley Business School.
Ultra-marathon runner. Chairman of school Governors.

COURSE FEES
HRDF – SBL Application (100% reimbursement)

RM 2,600 per person
(Inclusive of materials, 2 tea breaks, lunch and certificate of attendance)
 
We can run this course in-house for your employees. For the a detailed training proposal, please contact us by e- mail program@dunville.com.my or call 04-229 3900 or 04-229 6520 / fax 04-2293894.

Terms and Conditions of Seminar

Registrations will only be confirmed upon payment.
Please make cheques payable to Dunville Training Centre Sdn Bhd and bank in to Hong Leong Bank 26300000560
Payment must be received at least 7 days prior to the seminar date.
There will be no refund for cancellation. However, replacements are welcomed.
The organizer reserves the right to make any amendments and / or changes to the seminar programme, venue, speakers replacement and or topics if warranted by circumstances beyond its control.