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=. ION Innovation Observatory Network. Envisioning & Enabling Systematic Empirical Observation of Effective Leadership & Implementation, Transformative Technologies & Innovations, And Global Business & Development.

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ion innovation observatory network

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IONInnovation Observatory Network

  • Envisioning & Enabling
  • Systematic Empirical Observation
  • of
  • Effective Leadership & Implementation,
  • Transformative Technologies & Innovations,
  • And Global Business & Development

Draft Proposal v.1.04 ~ 30 April 2003Joost Bonsen ~ jpbonsen@alum.mit.edu ~ 617.930.0415

mit sloan faculty interests at various levels of systems analysis
MIT Sloan Faculty Interests at Various Levels of Systems Analysis

Economy

Sector

Firm

Group

Individual

Geography

Market/Tech

Organization

Theme

Idea

Global Development

Business Dynamics

Technology Roadmapping

Technology &

Entrepreneurial Strategy

Venture Capital

Technology

Ventures

Creative

Communities,

Social Networks

Social Media

Virtual Customer

Initiative

Decision Psychology

aggregate interest clusters woven together
Aggregate Interest Clusters, Woven Together…

Economy

Sector

Firm

Group

Individual

Geography

Market/Tech

Organization

Theme

Idea

Technology Roadmap

Technology Venture

Observatory

OpenSource

Initiative

Digital Anthropology

Tech Testbeds

& Sociometrics

Virtual Customer

Initiative

Emerging Tech-Biz

Live Cases

ION

ion innovation observatory network1

Innovation

Leadership

Globally

ION =Innovation Observatory Network
  • Weaving together clusters of currently existing and potential empirical, quantitative MIT & partner research
  • Observing Innovation in all its forms
  • Aligned with unifying overarching MIT Sloan themes…
innovation observatory examples elements
Innovation ObservatoryExamples & Elements
  • Technology Roadmaps
    • Prototyped by Fine &

Kimerling at Microphotonics

    • Generalizing Moore
  • OpenSource Initiative
  • Tech Venture Observatory
  • Online Virtual Customer Initiative
  • Live Case Studies
  • Sociometrics
  • Testbeds & Microcosms

Original Plot of

“Moore’s Law”

technology roadmapping trm a k a innovation dynamics http mph roadmap mit edu
Technology Roadmapping (TRM)a.k.a. “Innovation Dynamics”http://mph-roadmap.mit.edu/
  • Including Professors Charlie Fine & Rajeev Ram (in MicroPhotonics)
  • Prototyped by Sematech in Semiconductors, now in MIT MicroPhotonics Center
  • Big-picture perspective on development targets; overview the business implications of technology trendlines
  • Emerging Themes: MEMS, Neuroengineering, Nanotech, Genomics…
2 user innovation opensource initiative osi http opensource mit edu http userinnovation mit edu
2. User Innovation & OpenSource Initiative (OSI)http://opensource.mit.edu/ & http://userinnovation.mit.edu/
  • Including Professor Eric von Hippel, RA Karim Lakhani
  • Inquiring about Innovation Ecologies, Individual Incentives, Informal Organizations
  • New domains: OpenSource Hardware, OpenSource Biology, and more…
3 technology venture observatory tvo
3. Technology Venture Observatory (TVO)
  • Including Professor Diane Burton
  • Inquiring about Business Strategy, Employment Models, Founder Experiences, Emerging Technology Businesses, Entrepreneurial Financing…

DRAFT

PROPOSAL

4 online explorations virtual customer initiative vci http mitsloan mit edu vc
4. Online Explorations:Virtual Customer Initiative (VCI)http://mitsloan.mit.edu/vc/
  • Including Professors John Hauser, Drazen Prelec, Nader Tavassoli, et al
  • Methods for Accelerating the Customer Feedback  Product Development connection.
  • Live Demos
    • http://wow.mit.edu
    • http://conjoint.mit.edu
5 live case studies emerging technology business
5. Live Case Studies Emerging Technology-Business
  • For example, Professors Fiona Murray in Biotech, Joe Jacobson in Nanotech
  • Inquiring about New Technology arenas, Radical Research
  • Seeking Business Implications
  • Commercialization Challenges
  • Class Connections

http://courses.media.mit.edu/2002fall/tes/

6 sociometrics opinion physio psycho neuro bio anthro metrics
6. SociometricsOpinion-, Physio-, Psycho-, Neuro-, Bio-, & Anthro-metrics

http://courses.media.mit.edu/2003spring/da/

JPB 2003

7 testbeds microcosms
7. Testbeds & Microcosms

http://web.media.mit.edu/~jpbonsen/MIT-Technology-Testbeds.ppt

  • Athena
  • PlaceLab
  • Sloan, Media & Kendall
  • E.g. CycleScore
  • E.g. Shuttletrack

http://architecture.mit.edu/house_n/web/placelab/livinglaboratory.htm

http://architecture.mit.edu/house_n/

http://www-tech.mit.edu/V122/N64/zcenterejcdone.64p.html

http://shuttletrack.mit.edu/

innovation observatories other possible research clusters

Global Development

Observatory

Technology Roadmap

Venture Capital

Observatory

Technology Venture

Observatory

OpenSource

Initiative

Social Network Observatory

Virtual Customer

Initiative

Emerging Tech-Biz

Live Cases

Decision Neuropsychology Lab

Innovation Observatories:Other Possible Research Clusters

Economy

Sector

Firm

Group

Individual

Geography

Market/Tech

Organization

Theme

Idea

Tech Testbeds

& Sociometrics

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Innovation Observatories:Core Qualities

  • Empirical, Quantitative – Systematically research most compelling questions
  • Leverage – Make most of scarce faculty time
  • Build Reputation – MIT Sloan should lead in practical and rigorous scholarship on Innovation, Leadership, and Global action
  • Scaling & Supporting – Build up ION research Operations & Infrastructural Leverage (OIL)
innovation observatories bolstering a key quadrant of the mit social science research endeavor
Innovation Observatories:Bolstering A Key Quadrant of the MIT Social Science Research Endeavor

Empirical

Theoretical

Qualitative

ION

Quantitative

unifying sloan themes
Unifying Sloan Themes

Innovation

Leadership

Technology

Entrepreneurship &

Strategy Dynamics

Transformative Innovations, Emerging Hard & Soft Technologies, Disruptive Challenges

Effective Organizations, Entre- & Intra-preneurial Leadership

Dynamic,

Networked

Organizations

Developmental Innovations, MicroFinance

Global Business Strategy, International Development

Global

unifying strategic themes

Innovation

Leadership

Global

MIT Sloan

Unifying Strategic Themes

Unifying Strategic Themes

Classic MIT Sloan Disciplinary Strengths

classic disciplinary strengths

Innovation

Leadership

Global

MIT Sloan

Classic Disciplinary Strengths

Classic MIT Sloan Disciplinary Strengths

classic strengths x unifying themes

Innovation

Leadership

Global

Classic Strengths x Unifying Themes

Sloan

Matrix

Unifying Strategic Themes

Classic MIT Sloan Disciplinary Strengths

example sloan faculty themes

Innovation

Leadership

Global

MIT Sloan Matrix

Example Sloan Faculty Themes

Unifying Strategic Themes

Venture

Finance

Classic MIT Sloan Disciplinary Strengths

specific possible research thrusts

Innovation

Leadership

Global

MIT Sloan Matrix

Specific Possible Research Thrusts

Developmental

Entrepreneurship

MicroFinance

Technology

Venture O.

Comparative

Market

Research

Unifying Strategic Themes

Visualizing

Complexity

Technology

Roadmaps

Classic MIT Sloan Disciplinary Strengths

slide22

Developmental

Entrepreneurship

MicroFinance

Technology

Venture O.

Comparative

Market

Research

Visualizing

Complexity

Technology

Roadmaps

Innovation Observatories:MIT Sloan School-wide Initiative

ION

Unifying Strategic Themes

Covering Quantitative,

Empirical Aspects

Classic MIT Sloan Disciplinary Strengths

innovation observatories sloan school wide benefits
Innovation Observatories:Sloan School-wide Benefits
  • Research – High quality, comparable, longitudinal data on hundreds of technologies, products, companies, industries, & regions across several emerging technology sectors
  • Education – Students learn through close observation as practitioners in the research, benefit from new types of quantitative, cross-comparable case-studies.
  • Practice – Answering questions relevant to operating execs, allowing comparative benchmarking, delivered through SMR, ExecEd, custom & MBA programs.
slide25

Innovation Observatories:A Way to Engage the Rest of MIT

  • Research on BusinessImplications of Emerging Technologies  The “MIT Matrix”
  • Lessons woven thru Joint Technology Business Programs
    • BioEnterprise, NanoEnterprise
  • Benefit & Draw Upon undergrads & technologist grad students
  • Cross-Disciplinary, Formal & Informal Social & Professional Links
mit strategic technology thrusts
MIT Strategic Technology Thrusts
  • Information Technologies = Ever more sophisticated computation & communication, leveraging mind & media.
  • Biomedical Technologies = Medical engineering, perfecting the health & life sciences.
  • Materials Technologies = Investigating and fabricating designer materials & ever smaller systems, at scales from micro thru nano
  • Complex Systems = Large scale, socio-political & econo-technological systems.
  • Developmental Innovations = Appropriate and leapfrog technologies for tackling challenges in developing & emerging regions
slide27

MIT Sloan Technology Biz Matrix

MIT

Matrix

http://web.media.mit.edu/~davet/notes/emerging-tech-mit.html

C:\My Documents\New Crap\DLoads\MIT-Matrix-offline.htm

potential links with observatories worldwide
Potential Links with Observatories Worldwide
  • CMI, SMA Connections
  • Industrial Performance Center
  • Corporate Connections – e.g. BT, BP, DuPont
  • Global Development
    • Clusters
    • Attempts at replicating “Silicon Valley”
emerging mit wide initiatives

Global Development

Systems, Experimental, & Computational Socioscience

Neurotechnology

Computational & Systems Biology

Tiny Technologies

Emerging MIT-Wide Initiatives
ion within mit wide themes

Global

ION

Neurotech

CSBi

TinyTech

ION within MIT-Wide Themes

SECSi

oil lubricating the ion research machine operations infrastructural leverage
OILLubricating the ION Research Machine: Operations& Infrastructural Leverage
  • Maximally Leveraging Faculty Time
  • Scaling Training in Research Methods, Integrated Interview Guides, Unifying Databases
  • Staff Support, for formal & informal activities
  • Structural Mechanisms
staff support personnel
Staff & Support Personnel
  • Research Support Staff
    • Central – statistics, websurveys
      • E.g. Stats software support
    • Distributed – thematic
      • E.g. Microphotonics Roadmapping Project Mgr
  • Training Support
  • Extracurricular Support
    • Clubs
    • Branded Events
infra structural mechanisms
Infra-Structural Mechanisms
  • Masters Research Seminars
  • Coordinated Special Projects
  • Team UROPs
  • Dean’s Research Fellows
  • Course Connection
  • Structured Theses
  • Testbed Facilities
  • Experimental Participation
1 masters research seminars mrs
1. Masters Research Seminars (MRS)
  • Aligning Masters student professional interest with Faculty Research Agenda through specific themed-seminars
  • E.g. TRM – 15.795 Technology Roadmapping, Fall 2002, Professor Charlie Fine, TA Joost Bonsen
  • Others?
    • TVO – Tech Venture Observatory
    • OSI – OpenSource Initiative
    • VCI – Virtual Customer Initiative
    • DA – Digital Anthropology
2 coordinated special projects csp
2. Coordinated Special Projects (CSP)
  • Independent effort by individuals or teams of students around a sponsor or research theme of interest.
  • E.g. Professors Gabriel Bitran, Michael Cusumano, Diane Burton…
3 team urops
3. Team UROPs
  • Undergraduate researchers working in teams on unifying projects under the supervision of faculty, graduate students, and select alums
  • E.g Diane Burton, Sandy Pentland…
4 dean s research fellows drf
4. Dean’s Research Fellows (DRF)
  • Well-paid, full & part-time Summer & IAP graduate researchers
  • Prestigious position, coveted and very selective
  • Rich collateral benefits for student and MIT
5 sloan course research connections
5. Sloan Course-Research Connections
  • Weaving faculty research questions deeply into their academic courses, for example, with structured assignments and/or final projects.
  • Typically requiring further work beyond classroom, after semester
  • E.g. Professor Ed Roberts, Ely Dahan, Diane Burton…
6 structured theses
6. Structured Theses
  • Masters theses aligned around over-arching faculty research themes
  • Ultimately aggregated into publication
  • E.g. Professors Ed Roberts, Arnoldo Hax, Charlie Fine, Michael Cusumano, Henry Weil…