Diploma in Innovation and New Venture

Diploma in Innovation and New Venture (Joint Certification by EDII, Ahmedabad and SavitribaiPhulePune University)

For Whom
  • 1. Who wants to have own startup ventures
  • 2. Who wants to join innovation centres of companies
  • 3. Working professionals who wants to upgrade themselves
Modules offered
  • 1. Innovation Management
  • 2. Planning and Managing new ventures
  • 3. Legal Aspects, IP Management & Technology Transfer
  • 4. Customer Centric Innovations and Product Management

Overview

Diploma in Innovation and New Venture (Joint Certification by EDII, Ahmedabad and SavitribaiPhulePune University)

Fees : Rs. 40,000/-

Course Level : Advance

Duration : 21 weeks

Start date : 15-Dec-2020

Social Info

To know more contact the Course Coordinator:

Dr. Biswajit Acharjya
Assistant Professor
EDII, Ahmedabad
Contact no. 8903199739
Email address: biswajit@ediindia.org

Course Detail Descriptions
Course Name Innovation Management
Learning Outcomes

Successful completion of this course will enable the student to:

  1. Understand fundamental knowledge of the phenomenon of innovation and its importance for business organizations and society as a whole.
  2. Effectively participate in the development of innovative products and services, apply contemporary techniques for new product development and appropriately introduce innovation in the market place.
  3. Enhance students’ understanding of the application of innovation processes in the organizations and how to effectively manage innovations at the firm level.
Topics

1.    Introduction to Innovation

2.    Process and Models of Innovation

3.    Innovation Network

4.    Design Thinking

5.    New Product Development Initiative

6.    Service Innovation & Strategy

7.    Design, Innovation &Updation

8.    Marketing Insights & Theories

Reference Books
  1. Syrett, M. &Lammiman, J. (2002). Successful Innovation. London: Profile Books.
  2. Gopal Krishna, P.S. (2008). Ideas, Creativity & Innovation: Keys to survival. Hyderabad: ICFAI University Press
  3. Ceserani, J. &Greatwood, P. (1995). Innovation & Creativity. London: Kogan Page.
  4. Stamm, B. V. (2003). Managing Innovation, Design & Creativity. England: Wiley.
  5. DeGraff, J. &Larence, K.A. (2002). Creativity at Work. San Francisco, CA: Wiley.
  6. De Bono, E. (1970). Lateral Thinking. England: Penguin Books.
Course Name Planning and managing new ventures
Learning Outcomes
  1. To prepare a business plan for new venture creation.
  2. To create a business model.
  3. To evaluate and Present new business ideas.
  4. To identify the viability of the new business proposal.
  5. To demonstrate knowledge and understanding about the procedures for developing new venture.
  6. To evaluate the relationship of a new venture.
  7. To assess and demonstrate the relationships between the various business functions.
  8. To appraise the work of other students
Topics
  1. Introduction to entry strategy and its opportunities
  2. Types of industry, managing resources and feasibility
  3. Investment opportunities and Personal financing
  4. Sources of funding, equity and depth venture capitals
  5. Ethico-legal issues and managing growth and failure
Reference Books
  1. Barringer, B. R. (2015). Entrepreneurship: Successfully launching new ventures. Pearson Education India.
  2. Shane, S. (2004). Finding fertile ground: Identifying extraordinary opportunities for new ventures. Wharton School Publishing.
  3. Aulet, B. (2013). Disciplined entrepreneurship: 24 steps to a successful startup. John Wiley & Sons.
  4. Gregson, G. (2014). Financing new ventures: An entrepreneur's guide to business angel investment. Business Expert Press.
  5. Osterwalder, A., Pigneur, Y., Bernarda, G., & Smith, A. (2014). Value proposition design: How to create products and services customers want. John Wiley & Sons.
  6. Timmons, J. A., Spinelli, S., & Tan, Y. (2004). New venture creation: Entrepreneurship for the 21st century (Vol. 6). New York: McGraw-Hill/Irwin.
  7. Kuratko, D. F., &Rao, T. V. (2012). Entrepreneurship: A South-Asian Perspective. Cengage Learning.
Course Name: Legal Aspects, IP Management & Technology Transfer
Course Chapter Sections (index)/
  1. Company formation basics and compliances Company law, concept of company formation, type of companies and its classifications
  2. Intellectual Property What is intellectual property, trademarks, patents & Design, copyright and confidential information. Regulatory framework. Process of filing and patent, trademark &design. Global environment and compliances
  3. Technology transfer Technology transfer concept, legal framework in India, role of industry, case studies on successful Technology transfer initiatives
  4. Co-founder Agreements and legal arrangements
  5. Risk management Concept and framework, types of risks, consumer protection, regulatory compliances
  6. Common mistakes by startups Case studies on common mistakes
Reference Books
  1. Company Law- AK Mujumdar
  2. Law relating to Intellectual property rights- V K Ahuja
  3. Managing Intellectual property-The strategic Imperative- VinodSople
Course Name: Customer Centric Innovations and Product Management
Method Of Instruction

Course will have assignments & continuous assessment.For brainstorming in-between modules will be introduced in the form of assignments, discussion forums, experience sharing along with coaching and mentoring

Methodology

Course will have assignments & continuous assessment.For brainstorming in-between modules will be introduced in the form of assignments, discussion forums, experience sharing along with coaching and mentoring

Graduate in Science/ Technology/Computer Science/Business BSc/BE/BTech/BCA.

Faculties

Learners will get unparalleled opportunities to network, share, and benchmark with best in class faculties from Entrepreneurship Institute of India & SavitribaiPhule Pune University

Accreditation

On course completion you will be awarded with our course completion certificate.