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Ideas and innovation creating ideas you can profit from

Ideas and Innovation: Creating ideas you can profit from

Tom Kalchik


Tom kalchik assoc dir michigan state university product center

Tom Kalchik, Assoc. Dir.

Michigan State University Product Center

Ideas and Innovation: Creating ideas you can profit from


Msu product center

MSU Product Center

  • What it is

  • Structure

    • Strategic Marketing Institute

    • Client Services

    • Innovation Academy

  • Process

    • Three phase model


The intuition about process

The Intuition about Process

  • First, can you tell a plausible “fairy tale” about the idea of the venture?

    • Market/customer driven

    • Internally consistent and appealing

  • Then, can you reasonably make a profit from the venture if everything goes well?

  • Finally, can you “prove” to yourself and to others the venture’s potential to work (feasibility)?


What is needed to launch a new venture

What Is Needed to Launch a New Venture?

  • What is a New Venture?

    • A New Business or a New Product/Service

  • The Key Elements

    • An Innovative Idea

    • The Entrepreneurial Drive

    • The Resources to Go to Market

  • The Prerequisite for Success: A Business Plan that Puts the Key Elements Together!


Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

  • is a way of thinking, reasoning, and acting that is opportunity obsessed, holistic in approach, and leadership balanced.

  • Habitual entrepreneurs – make a career out of starting businesses, some working within existing businesses and some in independent startups. All have in common finely honed skills in forging opportunity from uncertainty. (“The Entrepreneurial Mindset : Strategies for Continuously Creating Opportunity in an Age of Uncertainty,” Rita McGrath and Ian MacMillan, Harvard Business School Press, 2000)


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  • Month of March

  • 6 workshops throughout the State


Agenda

Agenda

  • What makes an idea unique, marketable and profitable?

  • Does the idea match what consumers want today?

  • What does it take to be an innovative entrepreneur?

  • How do you take a new and unique idea to market?

  • Are you ready to take the first step?


What makes an idea unique marketable and profitable

What makes an idea unique, marketable and profitable?

  • Differentiation

  • Customer segmentation

  • Supply chain issues

  • Creating differentiated products

  • Sources of differentiation

  • Means of creating differentiation


Creating differentiation

Creating Differentiation

Means

Source

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Does the idea match what consumers want today

Does the idea match what consumers want today?

  • The Drivers – key functionalities

    • Wellness

    • Indulgence

    • Convenience

    • Value

    • Ethnicity

    • Demographics


What does it take to be an innovative entrepreneur

What does it take to be an innovative entrepreneur?

  • Definition

  • Inventory of ideas

  • Paradoxes

  • Myths and Realities

  • Entrepreneurial test-self assessment


Who can be an entrepreneur

Who can be an entrepreneur?

  • Anyone who wants to experience the deep, dark canyons of uncertainty and ambiguity; and who wants to walk the breathtaking highlands of success. But caution, do not plan to walk the latter until you have experienced the former.

    Quote from an entrepreneur


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Create your own inventory of ideas

NOW


Paradoxes

Paradoxes

  • An opportunity with no or very low potential can be an enormously big opportunity

  • To make money you have to first lose money

  • To create and build wealth one must relinquish wealth


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Source: Wall Street Journal


Myths and realities

Myths and Realities

  • Anyone can start a business

    • Must recognize difference between an idea and an opportunity

    • Luck requires preparation

    • Easy to start

    • Hard to survive, sustain and build a venture


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Myths and Realities

  • Entrepreneurs are gamblers

    • Successful entrepreneurs take careful, calculated risks

    • Get other to share risks with them

  • Entrepreneurs want to run the whole show

    • High potential entrepreneurs build a team, an organization, a company


How do you take a new and unique idea to market

How do you take a new and unique idea to market?

  • You’ve got the unique, marketable, innovative idea!

  • You’ve got the entrepreneurial drive!

  • Now, how do you get the idea to market

    • Gather the resources

    • Put them into action

    • The Prerequisite: A Business Plan

      • A three-phase process!!!


Are you ready to take the first step

Are you ready to take the first step?

  • The Challenge

  • Will the idea work?

  • How do I get started?

  • Working time with counselor


The challenge you face

The Challenge You Face

  • To systematically turn a business or product idea into a real start-up or launch.

  • Desire often overwhelms reason.

    • The glory of the idea

      • “Build it and they will come.”

      • “Everyone will want it.”

      • “It’s the greatest thing since sliced bread.”

    • Missing the logical flow of development

      • Operational detail before concept/strategy development

      • Production before marketing

      • No consideration of the real return potential


Results

Results

  • 336 participants

  • Average of 23 years of business experience

  • Average of 14 years in current business

  • Average of 62 miles traveled to attend

  • Usefulness of program – 4.15 out to 5

  • Met expectations – 4.28 out of 5

  • Improved understanding – 4.13 out of 5

  • 70 new projects started


Future program

Future Program

  • More details on idea generation

  • More information on business planning


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Thank you

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