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  1. Reading Schedule 32 items
    1. Week 1 0 items
      Introduction: First session will cover module overview, structure, assessment, expectations, assessment, Q and A, and brief introduction to innovation studies. Purpose is to understand course structure and expectations. Please read course outline. Also note no seminar in first week.
    2. Three weeks on core concepts in Innovation

    3. Week 2 4 items
      Types of innovation & Sources of innovation: Entrepreneurial, Business, Incremental, disruptive, etc. Sources as individuals, organizations, markets; ambidexterity
      1. Join the Circus

        Webpage Essential Seminar reading: https://www.fastcompany.com/53331/join-circus

      2. Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3E - John Bessant, Joe Tidd 2015

        Book Recommended Chapter 1 and Chapter 6

    4. Week 3 5 items
      How it diffuses: S curve and product versus process innovation, diffusion curve; new industry creation, time delay, hubris of success
      1. Also see: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2274495/The-stubborn-American-introduced-ice-world-Frederic-The-Ice-King-Tudor-carve-frozen-water-Massachusetts-ponds-send-far-away-India.html

    5. Week 4 4 items
      How it differs: Across states, sectors, & individuals; Measures of innovation at different levels & How to make it happen: Process of innovation; Creativity, opportunity recognition, circumstantial versus formalized; process versus outcome
      1. The Next Innovation Opportunity in China - Dominique Jolly, Bruce McKern, George Yip 2015

        Article Essential Seminar reading

      2. Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3E - John Bessant, Joe Tidd 2015

        Book Recommended Chapter 3 & 5

    6. Three weeks on core concepts in sustainability, social and frugal innovation

    7. Week 5 5 items
      Social innovation: Financial versus social; triple bottom line; social impact assessments; types of impact, scaling
      1. Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3E - John Bessant, Joe Tidd 2015

        Book Recommended Chapter 2

      2. Rediscovering Social Innovation - James A. Phills Jr., Kriss Deiglmeier, Dale T. Miller

        Article Recommended

    8. Week 6 6 items
      Sustainability: Drivers, challenges, shared value, types of innovation that lead to sustainability, relationship to disruption
      1. How Large Food Retailers Can Help Solve the Food Waste Crisis - Yasmine Kor, Jaideep Prabhu, Mark Esposito 2017

        Article Essential Seminar Reading

      2. WATCH FOR SEMINAR: From movie to movement: https://storyofstuff.org/movies/

        We have a problem with Stuff. We use too much, too much of it is toxic and we don't share it very well. But that's not the way things have to be. Together, we can build a society based on better not more, sharing not selfishness, community not division. The Story of Stuff Project's journey began with a 20-minute online movie about the way we make, use and throw away all the Stuff in our lives. 

      3. Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3E - John Bessant, Joe Tidd 2015

        Book Recommended Chapter 4

      4. Redefining capitalism | McKinsey & Company - E Beinhocker, N Hanauer 2014

        Webpage Recommended

    9. Week 7 0 items
      *Reading Week* No class, catch up on your readings!
    10. Week 8 5 items
      Frugal and reverse innovation: Emerging markets, base of the pyramid, constraints, resources, institutions, frugal and reverse, rethinking Rogers curve
      1. Frugal Innovation: New models of innovation and theoretical development - Yasser Bhatti, Radha Basu, David Barron, Marc Ventresca 15 November 2018

        Book Essential Chapter 5 (I have uploaded PDF of chapter on QMPlus)

      2. How GE is disrupting itself - Immelt Govindarajan

        Article Recommended

    11. Three weeks on student-led paper presentations

    12. Week 9 0 items
      Paper presentations 1-4: To be assigned to groups for class presentation and discussion
    13. Week 10 0 items
      Paper presentations 5-8: To be assigned to groups for class presentation and discussion
    14. Week 11 0 items
      Paper presentations 9-12: To be assigned to groups for class presentation and discussion
    15. Week 12 0 items
      Revision and understanding criteria for marking coursework and exam
  2. Useful Books 7 items
    1. Innovation and entrepreneurship - J. R. Bessant, Joseph Tidd 2015

      Book Suggested for student purchase

    2. Frugal Innovation: New models of innovation and theoretical development - Yasser Bhatti, Radha Basu, David Barron, Marc Ventresca 15 November 2018

      Book Recommended

    3. Sustainable Innovation Strategy: Creating Value in a World of Finite Resources - Christophe Sempels, Jonas Hoffman 4 Oct. 2013

      Book Recommended

  3. Useful papers to consider for class presentation 21 items
    1. Creating Shared Value - Michael Porter, Mark Kramer 2011

      Article 

    2. Delivering World-Class Health Care Affordably - Vijay Govindarajan, Ravi Ramamurti 2013

      Article 

    3. Putting Humans at the Center of Health Care Innovation - Bhatti Yasser, del Castillo Jacqueline, Oslon Kristian, Darzi Ara 02 March 2018

      Article 

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