TECHNOPRENEURSHIP IN INDUSTRY 4.0
This course addresses the people, process, and tools aspects that can be applied
Duration: 2 Days | 18 Contact Hours | Code: TID4
Entrepreneurs have to transform into technopreneurs in the Digital Economy because of IoT (internet-of Things) and IoS (internet-of-Systems) in the cyber physical system of technology.
Old wine in new bottles will not work. The future skills for developing human capital in the next decade depend on unification of holistic, systems, critical and lateral thinking to achieve competencies to integrate, implement, innovate and improve continuously, i.e. execution capability of company.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
I know the difference between intrapreneur, entrepreneur, and technopreneur.
I understand that technopreneur is a person, technopreneurship is a process.
I realized that anything that cannot be measured is difficult to manage and/or control; hence the outcome of technopreneurship is to transform products/services/solutions into faster, better and smarter ones.
I can also be a technopreneur with the passion to succeed by inculcating the spirit of technopreneurship.
I am convinced that in the 4th industrial revolution, technology rules the world, entrepreneurship will need to be transformed to technopreneurship to stay relevant and for sustaining competitive advantage.
To inculcate technopreneurship, I need to apply holistic thinking for clarity in effective planning, systems thinking for effective control, and critical thinking for effective decision-making; to improve continuously I need to consider the opportunities and threats, facts and trends, create and innovate current products/services/solutions to stay relevant and remain competitive; commitment by focusing on the vision, mission and core values; to be sure I also need to apply lateral thinking, i.e. the six thinking hats, for effective empathy analysis. These four types of thinking skills will engage the technopreneur on how to utilise the whole-brain thinking (or wholistically) to attain accelerated action learning.
WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE
This course is perfect for anyone who is concerned with the impact of Industry 4.0 in the Era of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The trend is that 40% of the routine work will be replaced by AI and 60% of non-routine work like managing projects and human capital, i.e. intellectual capital, socio capital, emotional capital, and adversity capital.
Junior to Middle Management, certified PMPs, and anyone who needs to stay relevant, marketable, and employable for the two-days action learning course.
The impact of globalisation, technology, and stakeholders’ expectations have evolved into the future of work dominated by technopreneurs. Technopreneurs need these four types of human capital to excel:
- Intellectual capital for expert power
- Social capital for communicative power
- Emotional capital for adaptive power
- Adversity capital for stamina power
These four kinds of power are essential for implementing disruptive innovation, sustaining innovation advantage, attaining efficiency in innovation, and improving the innovation chain continuously for job creation. All this is necessary to better adapt to stakeholders’ needs, remain relevant and stay competitive.
Technopreneur needs to be a whole-brain professional who has four types of thinking skills:
For effective planning through integration of ideas, processes, technologies, and risk responses.
For effective execution through converting strategies into portfolio of programmes and projects for successful implementation and control.
For effective decision-making through innovation of ideas, processes, product / marketing mix.
As the foundation for holistic, systems, and critical thinking, for effective empathy analysis from six different perspectives to improve continuously coping with inevitable changes in the VUCA business environment.
Technopreneurs are whole-brain managers who optimise the right brain (holistic) and left brain (analytical). The outcome is to enrich four types of human capital:
For relearning and gaining new and improved knowledge to stay competitive for effective management of systems and processes, to gain advantage in cost, quality, speed, delivery promise, and flexibility.
For redefining and reinventing more effective and cost-efficient ways to communicate, connect, network, foster relationships, and build rapport to grow more businesses across national borders. VUCA leadership that works in leading diversity of cross-cultural projects across borders.
To stay relevant and resilient to endless recurring competition it is essential to have the stamina to overcome the challenges and risks due to globalization, technology and the changing stakeholders’ expectations. A stakeholder is anyone who has the influence on the success or failure of an organizational endeavour.
For adaptiveness, impartial and openness to change, and to manage multi-cultural relationships among all stakeholders, including from regional, international, and global business arenas. The future competences to win are:
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