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WE HELP YOU DEFINE WHERE TO INNOVATE, HOW YOU INNOVATE AND EXECUTE. Innovation Kitchen NG is a strategy and innovation consulting platform helping companies and entrepreneurs increase growth and profitability. We collaborate with our clients to build innovation capabilities, devise growth strategies, create better products and services and reinvent business models. We help companies create new demand and capture new markets. This is done by integrating our strategy development experience using classic materials adapted to our local context from the following: The Prosperity Paradox: How Innovation Can Lift Nations Out of Poverty Book by Clayton M. Christensen, Efosa Ojomo, and Karen Dillon Innovators DNA by Clayton Christensen Truth & Transformation by Vishal Magwaladi Blue Ocean Shift by by W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgn proprietary tools and methodologies built around Design Thinking and Blue Ocean Strategy®. Grassroots Innovation: Minds On The Margin Are Not Marginal Minds by Anil K Gupta (Author) & The HoneyBee Network Honey Bee Network Our training & Development Curriculum is Inspired by The Prosperity Paradox: How Innovation Can Lift Nations Out of Poverty Book by Clayton M. Christensen, Efosa Ojomo, and Karen Dillon; Innovators DNA by Clayton Christensen; Truth & Transformation by Vishal Magwaladi; Blue Ocean Shift by by W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgn; Grassroots Innovation: Minds On The Margin Are Not Marginal Minds by Anil K Gupta (Author)& The HoneyBee Network Honey Bee Network.

 

Legal Documentation, Patents And Copyright Protection For Verified Innovators And Their Innovations 

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What’s Protected? Original works of authorship, such as books, articles, songs, photographs, sculptures, choreography, sound recordings, motion pictures, and other works. Inventions, such as processes, machines, manufactures, compositions of matter as well as improvements to these. Any word, phrase, symbol, and/or design that identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods of one party from those of others Requirements to be Protected A work must be original, creative a...

What’s Protected?

Original works of authorship, such as books, articles, songs, photographs, sculptures, choreography, sound recordings, motion pictures, and other works.

Inventions, such as processes, machines, manufactures, compositions of matter as well as improvements to these.

Any word, phrase, symbol, and/or design that identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods of one party from those of others

Requirements to be Protected

A work must be original, creative and fixed in a tangible medium. An invention must be new, useful and non-obvious.

A mark must be distinctive (i.e., that is, it must be capable of identifying the source of a particular good)

Term of Protection

Author’s life plus 70 more years.20 years. For as long as the mark is used in commerce

Rights Granted

Right to control the reproduction, making of derivative works, distribution and public performance and display of the copyrighted works

Right to prevent others from making, selling using or importing the patented invention

Right to use the mark and to prevent others from using similar marks in a way that would cause a likelihood-of- confusion about the origin of the goods or services.

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Methods Of Documentation Including Video Recordings 

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i) Preliminary documentation: Whatever may be the source of the information (directly from the innovator, through a scout, through media or other channels), the preliminary document may generally contain the innovator's name, address, contact number, educational qualifications, occupation and the description of the innovation and the details of the traditional knowledge. ii) Verification of practices and secondary documentation : All the necessary details are collected from the inno...

i) Preliminary documentation:

Whatever may be the source of the information (directly from the innovator, through a scout, through media or other channels), the preliminary document may generally contain the innovator's name, address, contact number, educational qualifications, occupation and the description of the innovation and the details of the traditional knowledge.

ii) Verification of practices and secondary documentation :

All the necessary details are collected from the innovator This is followed by a field visit by a team member where all the details are verified. All verified practices are stored physically as well as digitally in an electronic database.

It is absolutely necessary, that detailed documentation may be done with the help of people who understand technologies from different disciplines, i.e., technically specialized persons.

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Methods Of Collection And Selection 

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METHODS OF COLLECTION A) SURVEYS & SUBMISSIONS BY VOLUNTEERS & STUDENTS B) CONFERENCES, SEMINARS, SUMMIT & EXPOS , FAIRS & EXHIBITIONS C) SPECIALIZED UNIT FOR INNOVATORS DEVELOPMENT METHODS OF SELECTION A) OUR IN-HOUSE SELECTION SEARCH PROCESS B) ESTABLISHING ORIGINALITY/ ASCERTAINING UNIQUENESS: C) PRIOR INFORMED CONSENT (PIC)

METHODS OF COLLECTION

A) SURVEYS & SUBMISSIONS BY VOLUNTEERS & STUDENTS
B) CONFERENCES, SEMINARS, SUMMIT & EXPOS , FAIRS & EXHIBITIONS

C) SPECIALIZED UNIT FOR INNOVATORS DEVELOPMENT

METHODS OF SELECTION

A) OUR IN-HOUSE SELECTION SEARCH PROCESS
B) ESTABLISHING ORIGINALITY/ ASCERTAINING UNIQUENESS: C) PRIOR INFORMED CONSENT (PIC)

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Methods Of Information Gathering 

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Scouting involves extensive fieldwork to search for experimenters & knowledge experts in local communities. The scouting of innovations & traditional knowledge is to be achieved through the following modes: A) SEEKING THROUGH OUR VOLUNTEERS B) A LOCAL NETWORK OF GRASSROOTS INNOVATORS C) SCANNING OF OLD LITERATURE D) LOCAL & SOCIAL MEDIA E) PARTNERING WITH OTHER NETWORKS IN SCOUTING & DOCUMENTATION F) COMPETITION WITH PRIZES, ONLINE & OFFLINE PROGRAMS SUPPORT

Scouting involves extensive fieldwork to search for experimenters & knowledge experts in local communities. The scouting of innovations & traditional knowledge is to be achieved through the following modes:

A) SEEKING THROUGH OUR VOLUNTEERS
B) A LOCAL NETWORK OF GRASSROOTS INNOVATORS
C) SCANNING OF OLD LITERATURE
D) LOCAL & SOCIAL MEDIA
E) PARTNERING WITH OTHER NETWORKS IN SCOUTING & DOCUMENTATION
F) COMPETITION WITH PRIZES, ONLINE & OFFLINE PROGRAMS SUPPORT

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