The core components of all the programmes offered by Status Aviation and The Da Vinci Institute contain what is known as the TIPS model. TIPS can be summarised as the Management of Technology, Innovation, People, and Systems as explained below:
The Management of Technology (MoT)
The management of technology argues that we are all technologists, every one of us who knows how to do something in a certain way and uses tools to do it, be they pencils or personal computers, machine tools or video screens. Teachers, auto designers, builders of factories or financial plans, whether we use language labs or lasers in whatever we do, we participate in the technology of our age.
The Management of Innovation (MoI)
This is essentially about how an organisation firstly capitalises on the ideation process to develop an innovative product or service or alternatively technology implementation and the commercialisation thereof.
The Management of People (MoP)
The understanding of the human bridge in implementing organisational processes and how the organisational human factor is leveraged, showing how and where people make the real difference in sustaining organisational growth and competence.
The Management of Systems (MoS)
(Managing the systems way)
The process of synthesis where you holistically integrate all organisational activities and performance systemically to solve unique problems and actually redesign the competitive landscape hypercompetitively. This includes internal synovation and organisational ecology that allows the parts to become greater than the whole.
Integrates the dynamics of the management of technology and the management of innovation such that as the organisation develops, improves and adapts its technology needs, appropriate amounts of innovation are applied to generate real market value and profitability.
Integrates the management of technology and the management of people by ensuring that the organisation upskills (by acquisition or development) the appropriate human capabilities to match and even exceed the technological needs at any one time. It is measured in terms of total upskilling cost.
Integrates the management of people and the management of innovation by way of evaluating the commitment and motivation of people at the workplace. It is measured in terms of the total incentive cost within the organisation.