Answering the assessors prayer Oh, Lord, send me a good one! UCL 26 March 2019 Its an exam and a story Like all exams, the keywords and answers are contained in the
questions. A lot of technique for individual Qs - but also requires a compelling narrative. Essentially 10 scored questions (+ 3 appendices) requiring answers of no more than 400 words each, giving you 4400 words to convince them UCL 26 March 2019
when you include the Project Summary Please provide a short summary of your project. We will not score this summary. (400 words) This is the first thing they read. They need to read it and say wow!, I get this and I like this. Top tip Economist editorial style. 9 word sentences, active tense.
UCL 26 March 2019 1. Need or challenge What is the business need, citizen challenge, technological challenge or market opportunity behind your innovation? (400 words) Heres an unmet business needs that is costing or denying (John/ s) value. We can develop the tech/service/product to fix this
challenge and when we do, (John/s) will buy it. Heres some stuff that shows we understand the wider context, too UCL 26 March 2019 1. Need or challenge UCL 26 March 2019
2. Approach and innovation What approach will you take and where will the focus of the innovation be? (400 words) We will technically solve the challenge by x,y,z. This is better than competitors a, b, c because Based on earlier work (patent searches) we have freedom to operate. We will deliver (this/these) outputs.
and heres a picture (Appendix Q2) that oozes wow factor! UCL 26 March 2019 2. Approach and innovation UCL 26 March 2019 3. Team and resources
Who is in the project team and what are their roles? (400 words) Our team is the best - and heres a list of credentials/track record that shows we can build it and get traction in the market. We will additionally need (these) resources and this is where we get them. Do not be shy! UCL 26 March 2019
3. Team and resources UCL 26 March 2019 4. Market awareness What does the market you are targeting look like? (400 words) The market looks like (this) and heres the trends with numbers
and recent references that show we really know our stuff. Our target addressable market is (sensible, conservative, argued) numbers). UCL 26 March 2019 4. Market awareness
UCL 26 March 2019 5. Outcomes and route to market How are you going to grow your business and increase your productivity into the long term as a result of the project? (400 words) The value proposition to our target customers is (how they benefit in a business sense and its worth x to them). Our routes to
market are (credible ideas, preferably relevant to market identified in Q4). Currently we sit (here) in the market but this project will take us to (there). UCL 26 March 2019 5. Outcomes and route to market UCL 26 March 2019
6. Wider impacts What impact might this project have outside the project team? (400 words) There are external (wider) benefits to (economic/social/environmental/greater good stuff) attributable to this solution being implemented and they are worth (some sort of guestimate). Stress any regional impacts (local economy stuff).
UCL 26 March 2019 6. Wider impacts UCL 26 March 2019 7. Project management
How will you manage the project effectively? (400 words) Heres a tickety-boo project plan (work packages, costed, research category, description of deliverables, management techniques and structure and heres a funky Gantt chart (AppendixQ7). UCL 26 March 2019
7. Project management UCL 26 March 2019 8. Risks What are the main risks for this project? (400 words) Heres a thorough risk assessment (project/technical/commercial/ environmental/regulatory/whatever) with risk ownership assigned
and sensible mitigation suggested along with a description of how risk will be managed during the project. and heres a nice initial risk register (AppendixQ8). Top tip this is a graph question, label the axes. UCL 26 March 2019 8. Risks
UCL 26 March 2019 9. Additionality Describe the impact that an injection of public funding would have on this project. (400 words) We seriously need support. It will not happen without it. Support enables (faster time to market; derisking to the point where private investors will come in; a new type of collaboration) and
look at those awesome (stakeholder and/or wider) benefits. UCL 26 March 2019 9. Additionality UCL 26 March 2019
10. Costs and value for money How much will the project cost and how does it represent value for money for the team and the taxpayer? (400 words) Its excellent value for money - look how modestly the workpackages are costed. Subcontracts are justified because (theyre the best/we worked well with them previously/etc). The return to the tax payer comes from (increased VAT/payroll taxes/improved productivity/efficiency/contribution to govt
strategy/etc). UCL 26 March 2019 10. Costs and value for money UCL 26 March 2019 small print
will kill you! (insert funny story) Scope. If in doubt, check with lead technologists at Innovate UK. Use the competition help. They are helpful. UCL 26 March 2019 feedback
will kill you, too! Typically 5 assessors assigned: 1 will want to have your babies. 3 will oill give it five (more like 7, actually). 1 would rather eat worms than see your project funded. UCL 26 March 2019
Summary Wow them from the off. Answer the questions. Put effort (and more wow) into the Appendices. Use short, punchy sentences. Create a narrative flow. If in doubt, ask. KTN has a view; Innovate UK are the arbitrators. UCL 26 March 2019
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