“Innovation Think Tank Approach on Idea Implementation Life Cycle” Seminar
The online lectures are important parts of the UofSC Innovation Think Tank (ITT) Lab’s annual activities with the students and faculty. Within this context, Sultan Haider, Founder and Head of the Innovation Think Tank at Siemens Healthineers will give an online seminar entitled: “Innovation Think Tank Approach on Idea Implementation Life Cycle” in two sessions on Monday, March 16th, 2020 and Thursday, March 19th, 2020 respectively. Siemens Healthineers’ ITT Lab Founder and Director Sultan Haider is also affiliated with the UofSC College of Engineering and Computing as an Adjunct Professor at the Department of Integrated Information Technology.
The Innovation Think Tank Approach and structure was developed by Sultan Haider with unique experience of executing innovation infrastructures worldwide adaptable to changing business and research environments. The ITT approach has been used in Siemens’ various labs and programs for project implementations accelerating innovation cycles and bringing significant cost savings.
Eligibility: Undergraduate and/or graduate students from any discipline at the University of South Carolina
Innovation Think Tank Approach on Idea Implementation Life Cycle Seminar consists of 4 (four) different modules and each session will cover different modules. Therefore, it is advised to attend both sessions in order to fully understand ITT approach and structure. Please see below which topics will be covered on Monday, March 16th, 2020 and Thursday March 19th 2020 accordingly.
|Monday, March 16th , 2020||Thursday, March 19th , 2020|
Problem identification in an observation
The root cause analysis
Task definition and team building
Identifying inter dependencies Stakeholders engagement
|Module 3 |
Big picture creation
Conception via trans-disciplinary expertise
Decision proposition creation
Implementation cycles optimization
The UofSC ITT Lab (https://ittlab.sc.edu) is the first Innovation Think Tank Lab affiliated with a U.S. university, as part of Siemens Healthineers’ global network of Innovation Think Tank Labs. This global network allows participants to collaborate with other innovators worldwide. Thanks to the UofSC ITT Lab’s affiliation with Siemens Healthineers’ global ITT infrastructure worldwide, the participants are able to share know how with other ITT members and participate at its various locations in Germany, the U.K., China, Turkey, India, and the U.S. This global network allows participants to collaborate with other innovators worldwide.