Transcript: Innovation as part of your business strategy, a strategic vision of how you want your business to develop - if you dedicate your time to monitoring trends in your business sector, you can then focus your innovative efforts on the most important areas. Every process should increase organizational value by supporting the business vision and supporting strategies. To do otherwise would lower the utility of a change effort and would place it at risk because it probably would not gain the necessary organizational support to make it successful. When an idea has been identified, the organization needs to support the idea with resources, a budget, and attention. Often an employee trying to implement a new idea must work on both the new idea and her current job. Goals need to be quantified. Will the new program increase revenue or improve productivity and reduce expenses? Calculating this provides a way to judge the success or failure of a program. Innovative organizations must support the idea throughout, which includes providing backing from management, investment in equipment and technology, staff training, and marketing support. Innovation and Change To be successful in business, we should innovate something and change for something new. Pooling your resources with your suppliers or other business partners will help to produce and develop creative ideas. Potential partnerships can also be developed through business networking opportunities. Rewarding Failure Discover breakthrough solutions to satisfy your clients. Sources: http://smallbusiness.chron.com/innovation-change-business-1501.html http://trs-new.jpl.nasa.gov/dspace/bitstream/2014/10570/1/02-2625.pdf https://www.prosci.com/change-management/definition/ http://jaderowe.hubpages.com/hub/Principles-of-innovation-and-change-in-a-business-environment The purpose of reviewing and evaluating change Sadly, not every innovation will succeed. There are many variables involved with any innovative idea and perils both known and unknown may prevent success. Once a project is underway, it is not uncommon to discover that accomplishing the goals cost more than expected, causing the project to be cancelled. Even failed initiatives result in new knowledge, lessons learned, and limitations understood. It is also common for individual aspects of an idea to become successful on their own. Companies need to accept that although many ideas fail they still need to reward the hard-working team that implemented the idea. The purpose of reviewing and evaluating change is to make sure that the changes that have been put into place are benefiting the business and that no other changes need to be made. If changes are not evaluated and reviewed then it may affect the business and if they are reviewed and evaluated then everyone knows exactly how the changes are affecting the business and if any other changes need to be made. Give the four principles of change!!! an act or process through which something becomes different make or become different give up or get rid of (something) in exchange for something else Change is always better! Change Include your vision in your business plan Developing a Playbook Stag an organization with people that can successfully support and execute the business processes. Measure process and product quality Communication involves not only listening to their needs but also actively observing their behavior around current products and services and generating ideas on how you can make improvements. An organization needs to constantly innovate to succeed. Innovation is about making things better, faster, or cheaper than your competition. It drives ongoing improvements and may help unleash a new idea that changes the rules.Companies need to approach innovation and change effectively and proactively. Introducing innovation can help you to: PLANNING INNOVATION Plan change efforts to maximize retudn on investment and minimize risk. The measurement of process and product quality permits an organization to determine its rate of change, which it can use to evaluate the success of a change effort. It also permits an organization to compare the rate of actual change against its planned change, and to allocate resources based on the gaps between actual and expected progress. Rewarding Innovation and Change Build a relationship with your customers. The four key principles underlying organizational change best practices. A company needs to provide staff with an incentive to innovate. With no reward, there is no good reason for employees to suggest or try new ideas. The first step in creating an innovative organization is to include change in an employee's goals, performance management process, and compensation plan. This needs to be implemented throughout the organization. Even mail-room staff and couriers can offer a perspective and make suggestions that a vice president would easily miss. Innovation Innovation and Change INNOVATION Businesses that fail to innovate run
Transcript: Functional Survey Analysis • Capacity to store various file types and sizes • Scalability to store many files and support many group members • Be available to group members at all times. • The ability to backup and recover stored data. • Authorisation of users logging in and encryption of user data. • Uploaded files should be inaccessible to not authenticated users. • Logging of user activity to detect accidental or intentional destruction of data. • Administration capabilities for group manager • Ability to export data to a useful format. • Can be installed on networks easily. Scope Definition Content management systems were created as a “management system that allows content creators to work on specific pieces of content with familiar tools while maintaining the content in a format native to such tools.” Structural Design Thank you for watching. Web2Project Teambox PHProjekt PlanBox Human Edj Permission based File and Task sharing Requirements Non-Functional Target Audience Initial Design Requirements • Set up an account, and configure database access by the admin. • Initial set-up by the group manager, where user roles are defined and projects basic details are input. • Users are able to create a user account and choose their role in the group along with entering basic data such as contact info. • Authenticated users are able to upload files to the server and be able to set the attributes and permissions beforehand. • The ability to view uploaded files along with their metadata, and attributes. • Search and select uploaded files to be used in ‘view’ creation. • Create ‘views’ of selected files and save them to your user. • Share created ‘views’ with other group members with additional communication. • View statistics of uploaded files and views, such as total size and file types. Relevant assets inside Content Management System • Files – For uploading and applying tags to files. • Tasks – For creation of tasks • Views – For browsing files and selecting them for views. • Members – To view other group member, their roles and how to contact them. • Stats – Viewing the overall stats of uploaded files. • Account – For project manager management, and for users to manage their account. • To accompany these there also would be the standard footer content with links to a site map, privacy statement, sitemap and so on. Personas Analysis What Background Usability Sub tasks in sub-folders Keywords Hierarchical Tree Structure Functional Problems Usability Version control Naming conventions File redundancy Market type Project type Technical skills Attributes • Legal requirements should be clear, such as sharing copyrighted files • Accessibility features to meet legal standards. • Must be easy to learn, with tooltips for guidance • Must provide clear feedback from errors, such as interrupted uploads • I will need to gather end-user feedback at some point to determine ease of use. • Must be designed to be compatible across multiple browsers and devices • The interface design should be appropriate for both lower end users and the more complex role of the project manager. Competitive analysis Each task has folder Non-Functional Accessibility Organisation Sharing View 1 View 2 Resource allocation Communication Decision making What I Learned What I'd do better next time
Transcript: BIOS ? Information is the buildings blocks of the “who,” “what,” “where,” “why,” “when,” and “how” decisions that are made on a day-to-day basis. If the information cannot be obtained when needed, or relied on to be accurate, then those decisions can be inaccurate or damaging to an individual or the institution. If sensitive information is not protected appropriately then individuals without authority to make decisions can dictate them. For example: a social security number, name, and address are compromised and obtained by a hacker who then maliciously uses those to commit identify theft negatively affecting an individual’s financial situation. Security Overview Impact Weaknesses Demonstration • THE PCS THAT HAS BEEN GIVEN TO CONSULTANTS (EAD-PCS) DOESN’T HAVE LIMITED ACCESS, CONSULTANTS CAN USE THE PC WITH FULL PRIVILEGES • EAD MAJOR NETWORK (EAD-CONSULTANTS) IS ALSO THE PUBLIC NETWORK FOR WIFI. History More templates available at: Analysis (Testing) IT Security - Risks Part 1 - Cyber-Crime How E-Waste is been sold ? Who's the buyers ? Is the device sold fully ? Deal (Open or Closed) ? Report of device status ? Is any part of devices is dedicated for maintenance ? No BIOS lock or password Analysis Sharing Level Intrusion System ? A flat design prezi. Use this minimalistic style designed template to create a professional looking presentation. • Authentication level is only WINDOWS level. • IT TECHNICAL SUPPORT TEAM DOESN’T HAVE A BADGE TO INDICATE THEY ARE FOR IT SUPPORT. • STAFF ARE NOT TRAINED ON SOCIAL ENGINEERING Procedures for E-Waste Domain name = "ERWDA" \\WEName • SHARED FOLDERS CAN BE ACCESSED BY ALL OF THE DEPARTMENTS. • EAD MAJOR NETWORK (EAD-CONSULTANTS) is shared for LAN AND WLAN . • EAD MAJOR NETWORK (EAD-CONSULTANTS), IS NOT SECURED WITH THE MINIMUM LEVEL OF SECURITY. Critical 8 Shared Folders FAQ Why would someone Hack me ? steal & Sale Find Gate for other department information Disturb the work Personal issues Live Demo What is the Risk ? View the information Modify the information Erase the information Full access to the system Find a gate to other connected parties No MAC-Address Filter SEPARATE ELEMENTS MAP Network Architecture http://www.prezzip.com • EAD GUESTS NETWORK (EAD-GUEST), IS NOT SECURED AS WELL, THE PAGE USER RECEIVE CONTAIN ONE OF THE TOP 20 PREDICTED PASSWORDS Untraceable Hack Password Break for stand alone pc Security Break, Access domain user account files Full access and Superuser administrative privileges, pull information Virus testing (level 1-3) EAD Main Issues Password Strength Intrusion Detection Predictability Windows Exploits Filtering System Identification DOF Searching! Sharing the best vulnerability you will give to the hacker all of the information he is looking for . (Domain Users) Analysis Password Level Administrator Users E-Waste Live Demonstration 2011 ISP1 1721 User 2011 ISP 2 Free Month Internet 2012 Security Line 2015 Big 4 Ethical Hacking (Security Break) Administrators user names --adm-ansha --adm-mohammed --adm-sarfraz --adm-sreenath --adm-Islam --adm-Kumar Domain = "ERWDA" Pins = "3 Digits, 500 sequence, 600 sequence" • THERE’S NO PROCEDURE FOR THE CONSULTANTS, TO HAVE A BADGE TO INDICATE THEY ARE CONSULTANTS (COMPUTERS CAN BE ACCESSIBLE BY FEW SOCIAL ENGINEERING SKILLS) System Core
Transcript: The Routing PRELIMINARY LAYHET ROUTING PROTOCOL PREPARATION (3) out-neighbor Node A can reach node B but B cannot reach A A device which detects or measures a physical property and records, indicates, or otherwise responds to it . More templates available at: First Let us see What a Sensor is ? 1 minus the ratio of the number of packets Nd which are successfully received by node A and the total number of packets Ns sent by B WSN By -Niranjan Bhat Do U know what sensor network is Some important definition Due to asymmetry ,WSN protocols won't work here . 2 Main Phases By-Niranjan Bhat A flat design prezi. Use this minimalistic style designed template to create a professional looking presentation. Pv = 1- (Nd /Ns) Location-based Protocols Assigning layer numbers to the nodes and adjusting layer numbers periodically Data-centric Protocols DECIDING INITIAL LAYER NUMBERS Multipath-based Protocols she smells great ! The preparation This part is done by Algorithm NEIGHBOR RELATIONSHIPS :- What is ur problem? U SEPARATE ELEMENTS This is called Asymmetric sensor networks http://www.prezzip.com I can see U (1) In-out-neighbor Wireless sensor network (WSN) refers to a group of spatially dispersed and dedicated sensors for monitoring and recording the physical conditions of the environment Performance Guaranteed Routing Protocol for Asymmetric Sensor Networks (4) non-neighbor What is a Sensor ? Interconnected Sensors The sender broadcasting H times and the receivers forwarding messages with probabilities estimated from link states with neighbors. PACKET LOSS RATE OF A LINK I can't see (2) in-neighbor Two end nodes may not use the same path to communicate with each other.
Transcript: Judging the designs and presentations will be done by: Winning means 'judging' What is this UNFC Challenge? In those 20 years I've had the opportunity and pleasure to be involved with a multitude of ship-types and projects. Some of those remained as a pure concept Others became reality and are now sailing Short History shorter: Some 20 years ago, I joined Deltamarin. To celebrate this, I want to challenge all of you. As motto for this challenge, I am borrowing the name of my old student organisation, UNFC Jarmo Valtonen Essi Kärpijoki Marc Scheffers Prices means 'winning' The challenge, should you choose to accept it: In those 20 years Some things changed... Competition means 'prices' ... and dealing with concepts at Deltamarin remains a challenge Some things remained the same Challenge means 'competition' UNFC Challenge Team to consist of people from DMH and DMR Deliver your design by December So, what is the challenge? First week in December all teams will present their design Proceed to design a ship of your choice which the team perceives as a ship that might sail the seven seas in 20 years time That we may built the ship of the future UNFC Thanks for your attention. Please find your team-members and submit them still today.. Form a team of 4-6 people
Transcript: Popular Problems: Lead Hollywood actors turned down roles Shark wouldn't work Lead actors feuding on set over budget over schedule The Blockbuster "recipe" Entertainment 1987 Director: Steven Spielberg 260 Million Big budgets for transnational audience => less national representation 1978 Original estimated $ 3.5 million BLOCKBUSTER 1983 BOX OFFICE SALES less shark => feeling of impending doom Unexpected results of problems original and horrifying music Global Big marketing campaigns Actual production 12 Million Based on a novel by Peter Benchley BUDGET One of the Hollywood's "Big Six" film studios Enormously profitable 210.7 Million What constitutes a blockbuster film THE SEQUELS synergistic & cross-promotional features $ 380 000 Print/advertisement $4 Million big and near-simultaneous release in the theaters world-wide Released on June 20th, 1975
Transcript: Breakdancing started in New York city, 1970's Not sure who started but some street dancers There are tv show were dancers breakdance such as you think you can dance. Free Style (breakdancing)
Transcript: Mr. Abel A Gym Teacher A Computer Lit Teacher His favorite sport is the Detroit Tigers Is a Fun Person to be around He has a Respectful Family On his way to school he feds his animals If Mr. Able would have to name an animal it would be... Flipper! Octi is its name By: Monica Olmstead Teacher of Forest Hill Public School ! Mr. Ables Transportation to school
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