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Transcript: Generations Infant - 5 years old Ages 6 - 12 Ages 14-18 (first adulthood to second adulthood) Find stability financial wise Ages 35 to 45 Girls are ahead of boys in phsyical development Changes in strength and coordination "the establishment phase" Ages 70 and up Adolescence is characterized by a number of cognitive, emotional, physical and attitudal changes which can either cause conflict or positive personality development 9 to 10 months: crawls Boys tend to orient with large groups while girls with samller groups Male growth spurt ends around age 18 Ages 21-30 "Adolescence" Processing speed increases 4 years: down stairs one foot on each stair Feeling of independence - license, going out more and finding a job to support themselves 5 years: able to skip and hop Faced with the decision of having a career Fear of dying Moody, unpredictable, accept responsibility Nursing home - No longer responsible for children Graduating college if that's the path they chose Retirement- finding somewhere to settle down Female growth spurt ends around age 16 Improvement in selected attention 2 years: able to run 5 months: hold's head up on own Owning a house Greater chance of severe illness Wrinkles develope, organs no longer function as efficiently, lung and heart capacities decrease Kids are going to college and growing up Ages 40 to 45: midlife transition Ages 50-65 Settling down with a family Improvements in short and long term memory need less sleep and rest "young adult" Some people go through a "mid-life" crisis Children going to school THE END may lack self confidence and be shy and be self conscious 3 years: asks questions, builds towers 18 months: able to walk, pick up toys, go up/down stairs Grow at an average of 2-3 in and 4-5 pounds per year Faced with decision making about drugs and alcohol

Idea Generation

Transcript: Company Name: Genius-Soft (Pvt) Ltd. Nature of Business: Software Development Firm Hasaru Dayananda – Project Manager Yasas Kasthuriarachchi – Business Analyst Malaka Mahanama – Finance Manager Shalindra Weliwita – Software Engineer Web Application Mobile Application The 5 forces determining competitive power are supplier power, buyer power, competitive rivalry, threat of substitution and threat of new entry. Annually almost 855,975 tourists visit Sri Lanka from foreign countries (sltda, 2013) For practical scalability roughly 1,000,000 all types of tourists roam around Sri Lanka annually with the use of mobile devices and smart phones (both local and foreign) Taking this as the market size the application will have at least 60% target market out of 1,000,000 (600,000) Print advertising Direct marketing Promotional Advertising Auditory / Visual direct media Internet Guerrilla Advertising Event sponsoring Outdoor advertising Technical Feasibility Cost analysis For Development of the website PHP with Yii Framework along with the LAMP bundle - Reduce Development Time - Secure (No SQL Injection) - Faster Restful Web Service to connect both Web Application and Mobile Application Human Resource Planning Advertising and promotions Q & A Problem background and definition Equipment Cost for first year=Rs.946,233.00 Operation Cost for first year= Rs.517,780.00 Payback period of the project is approximately 3 years and 9 months Notes Company Hierarchy Sri Lanka has a growing tourism industry since the recent past and there are obvious signs of Sri Lanka being a travelling hot spot among foreigners during the upcoming years Idea Generation The four ‘P’s of the marketing mix are product, place, price and promotion Matrix for competitor product offering Marketing Plan

Idea Generation

Transcript: Universities and employers should improve links to deliver better University to Work transition. Main Idea What are the most obvious solutions for this problem? (even things that you know already exist) Students to attend work training courses. Work on employer to state their requirements to local Universities. Mind-meld University and employers to know each others requirements. Uni Open days Intersperse university and employment Twin universities and employers Join the University to the place of employment Ask Universities to make contact with local employers. Hold a party for both groups How would you solve the problem if you had an unlimited budget? More meetings between Uni & Employer Ask Universities to provide more information to students. Work on employer to make better use of University visits. Employer Open Days How would a 5-year-old child solve the problem? What are the most obvious solutions for this problem? (even things that you know already exist) Employers help set course structure What can you add, remove or modify from those initial solutions? Ask the Employers to talk to the Universities Genetically determine ideal job for each person and train accordingly Have employers run Universities Employers to give lectures. Match children to their ideal job at age 5-11 and then train them specifically for that role from then on. Employer to interview students mid-degree. Industrial Placements Play games together How would you solve this problem if you had control over the laws of nature (think invisibility, teleportation, etc.)? Have companies run within Universities. Have universities run within companies Teleport employees back to University as required for additional training. How would you solve the problem without spending any money? Promote students visiting local employers. Collate all employee requirements in real-time and use then to define university courses. Competition event to find best students Combined events. Ask the University to talk to Employers

Idea Generation

Transcript: Combining ideas with multiple people Use multiple sources to generate ideas Individuals can generate new ideas through a combination of thoughts In Conclusion... Steps for Brainstorming in Group Settings 4. Record all ideas on a chart that is easily viewable by all group members 5. Next use creative thinking to build and expand on group member ideas 6. When going around in turn, let group members who are drawing a blank pass to the next member 7. As ideas slow down, keep the process going as to establish as long a list of potential ideas as possible 8. Once all ideas have been written down, clarify them and delete duplicates 9. Finally, avoid the urge to group ideas together Multi-Sourcing AKA: Diversity A common idea amongst the group will eventually will be established A combination of ideas will help produce originality in ideas Different perspectives will help surface new thinking and thoughts Affinity Grouping We see this! Group Settings in the Real World Diversity in: Perspectives Skills Cost of negative evaluation Info rather than ideas Lack of objectives That was a great idea... Idea Generation Brainstorming method where participants organize ideas and identify common themes Single Sourcing Avoid Single Sourcing Embrace Diversity Use Multi-Source Inputs What doesn't make a good idea, though? Affinity Grouping Steps 1. Write ideas on single note cards 2. Place the cards randomly atop a table 3. Then each member takes turns looking through the cards, grouping a pair, and then placing them to the side 4. Continue this process until all cards are matched 5. Next all group members should discuss the pairings and apply short descriptive sentences to them 6. Shifting items from one grouping to another is acceptable if there is consensus amongst the group 7. Finally, consider starting an additional brainstorming process using group titles as a place to start 1. Begin by having leader of brainstorming session establish the main focus 2. Other participants then call out, in turn, their own ideas which helps to add structure to the group setting 3. Refrain from casting instant praise or criticism onto an idea, instead focusing on quantity of ideas rather than quality How do companies generate ideas? Try to involve everyone when in the quest for ideas (Customers, Competitors, Employees, Suppliers) QUESTIONS? Let's look at how to generate Good Ideas! Member Heterogeneity Steps for Brainstorming in Group Settings

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