Innovation and entrepreneurship in the IT industry

Type: For the choice of university

Department: radiophysics and computer technologies

Curriculum

SemesterCreditsReporting
73Setoff

Lectures

SemesterAmount of hoursLecturerGroup(s)
716Katernyak IhorФеІ-41, ФеІ-42, ФеІ-43, ФеІ-44, ФеП-41,

Laboratory works

SemesterAmount of hoursGroupTeacher(s)
716ФеІ-41Katernyak Ihor
ФеІ-42Katernyak Ihor
ФеІ-43Katernyak Ihor
ФеІ-44Katernyak Ihor

Practical

SemesterAmount of hoursGroupTeacher(s)
716ФеП-41Katernyak Ihor

Опис навчальної дисципліни

The course is a compulsory subject for students of the 4th year of the bachelor’s program of the Faculty of Electronics and Computer Technology, which:

will help students to form a better idea of ​​modern changes in economic values ​​(impression economy and the fourth industrial revolution), how to move from idea to innovation process, how to find a sustainable business model for your start-up;

will promote the development of entrepreneurial worldview in the academic environment, encourage students to think creatively, find solutions and take action to solve pressing development problems.

Students will be introduced to the theoretical foundations of innovation processes, existing business experience and practical methods / tools and new approaches used to build companies and launch new products. Concepts, methods that will be used during the study will help students to be able to be creative, non-standard thinking (“out-of-the-box”), effective communication and interdisciplinary cooperation, finding opportunities for development and leadership, seeing new projects and gaining confidence in starting your own start-up, with which you can provide a quality product or service to everyone (and everyone) who needs it.

Acquired knowledge and practice of their application during training, development of communication skills will give graduates of the faculty competitive advantages in their professional activities. Today, companies in Ukraine, as well as around the world, are looking for people who are creative in solving problems, who are able to use professional competencies and creative potential to implement innovations that help see the future in IT and start their own business (start-ups). , which is the driving force towards this future.

After studying the discipline, students must:

know:

know the basic principles of experience economics (English experience experience), the specifics of 4 areas of impression economy (passive or active, absorption or immersion), design principles and methods of sending memorable (unforgettable) impressions (English Experience Enhancers) for business development -models.
prospects for IT in the fourth industrial revolution;
theoretical foundations of innovation, how to work in conditions of uncertainty and what is entrepreneurship (history, myths and present);
what is user innovation;
clearly understand and explain the motives and prerequisites for starting your own business (start-ups);
how the method “NABC” – PPPK (need-approach-advantage-competition) is used to evaluate the idea of ​​innovation;
what the team is for and how to build it, the value of partnerships;
Lean Start up method, how a business model canvas is made and what is a minimum viable product (MVP).
how financial institutions work in the investment market, what is venture capital and business angels, their motives and stages of involvement. Financing start-ups without attracting investors (so-called “bootstrapping”).

be able:

identify their opportunities to start their own business;
evaluate the idea of ​​innovative implementation and prospects for its spread in business;
to gather a team that should turn an idea into a real business project, work in a team, demonstrate leadership qualities;
develop a business model for start-up and prepare the concept of “outline of the business model”;
take into account and choose different financial models of business support;
identify and identify potential partners;
build a promotional strategy and present a business project to potential investors.

Recommended Literature

  1. I. Katernyak, “Innovation Spring in Tech Startup: momentum to take off = “Інноваційна весна” в технологічних стартапах: моментум для злету” Підручник. Львів: Львівський національний університет імені Івана Франка, 2021. – 172 с.
  2. I. Katernyak, V. Loboda, “Entrepreneurial Momentum for Sustainable Growth- Sustainable Organizations – Models, Applications, and New Perspectives, Jose C. Sánchez-García and Brizeida Hernández-Sánchez, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.95099. Available from: https://www.intechopen.com/books/sustainable-organizations-models-applications-and-new-perspectives/entrepreneurial-momentum-for-sustainable-growth
  3. C. R. Carlson, W. W. Wilmot, “Innovation: The Five Disciplines for Creating What Customers Want”, New York: Crown Business, 2006.
  4. Ries, Eric (October 2011). “Creating the Lean Startup”. Inc. 33 (8): 56–63.
  5. M.Marmer, B. L. Herrmann, et al. “Startup Genome Report.A new framework for understanding why startups succeed”, Startup Genome, 67 p., 2011.
  6. Pine B. J., Korn K. C. Infinite Possibility: Creating Customer Value on the Digital Frontier / B. Joseph Pine, Kim C. Korn. – Berett-Koehles Publishers, Inc., USA, 2011. – 268 p.
  7. Pine II B. J., Gilmore J. H. The Experience Economy: Work is Theatre & Every Business a Stage / B. Joseph Pine II, James H. Gilmore. – Harvard Business Press, 1999. – 254 p.
  8. Pine II B. J., Gilmore J. H. Welcome to the Experience Economy / B. Joseph Pine II, James H. Gilmore. [Електронний ресурс] // Harvard Business Review, July-August 1998. – https://hbr.org/1998/07/welcome-to-the-experience-economy
  9. Bulencea P., Egger R. Gamification in Tourism: Designing Memorable Experiences / Paul Bulencea and Roman Egger. – BoD – Books on Demand, 2015. – 198 p.
  10. Innovation – The five disciplines for creating what customers want / Stanford Research Institute, SRI Carlson & Wilmot. – 2006.
  11. Ries E. The Lean Startup: How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses / Ries Eric. — Crown Publishing, 2011. — P.103.
  12. Blank S. Why the Lean Start-Up Changes Everything / Steve Blank. – Harvard business review. – May 2013.
  13. The New Business Road Test: What entrepreneurs and executives should do before writing a businessplan , John W. Mullins. 2010. – 315 p.
  14. Innovation and Entrepreneurship.John Bessand and Joe Tidd. 2007. – 462 p.
  15. Design-Inspired Innovation. James Utterback et al. 2007. – 259 p.
  16. The Art of Innovation.Tom Kelley et al. 2001 – 307 p.
  17. Where Good Ideas Come From : the Natural History of Innovation. Steven Johnson. 2010.

Materials

«Стартап: підготовка до злету» (в рамках інноваційної весни – 2022). Відео презентації лекцій можна переглядати за посиланнями:

  1. Лекція 1 та Лекція 2: 30 березня 2022 року
  2. Lecture 3. Lean Startup. Business model canvas – 4/6/2022
  3. Lecture 4. Value Proposition and Product communication – 4/13/2022
  4. Далі буде…

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