Draft Program(r) – Program Details May 2019

Heikki Immonen, Karelia University of Applied Sciences

4.7.2019

This blog article acts as a repository for the current (May 2019) version of the Draft Program, which is a micro-funding program aiming to support nascent entrepreneurs from the participating education and research organisations. Draft Program(r) was founded in 2012 by Karelia University of Applied Sciences.

The purpose of this blog article is to record the information regarding the functionality and process details as expressed in the program’s public website and workshop slides. The classification is based on Object-Process Methodology. Should the program details change in the future, the version of the program information in May 2019 is kept safe here for future reference.

Source Material

Karelia University of Applied Sciences (2019). Draft Program website Retrieved July 4, 2019, from http://www.draftprogram.com/

  • See screencapture images of the website below

Karelia University of Applied Sciences (2019). Draft Program® Info-event slides (pdf downloadable here).

Karelia University of Applied Sciences (2019). Draft Program® Kickoff Workshop slides (pdf downloadable here).

Draft Program Website

Next eight images capture the main content on the Draft website. Some images are zoomed in version of the same website after some dynamic content have been made visible.

Image 1. Draft Program website screen capture image. Front page. Original URL http://www.draftprogram.com/en/front-page/

Image 2. Draft Program website screen capture image. Draft Info page. Original URL http://www.draftprogram.com/en/draft-info-en/

Image 3. Draft Program website screen capture image. Apply in Joensuu page. Original URL http://www.draftprogram.com/en/apply-in-joensuu/

Image 4. Draft Program website screen capture image. Apply in Joensuu page, Step 1: Register zoomed in. Original URL http://www.draftprogram.com/en/apply-in-joensuu/

Image 5. Draft Program website screen capture image. Apply in Joensuu page, Step 2: Present Your Idea to Board zoomed in. Original URL http://www.draftprogram.com/en/apply-in-joensuu/

Image 6. Draft Program website screen capture image. Apply in Joensuu page, How to apply for next round of funding zoomed in. Original URL http://www.draftprogram.com/en/apply-in-joensuu/

Image 7. Draft Program website screen capture image. Draft Teams. Original URL http://www.draftprogram.com/en/teams/

Image 8. Draft Program website screen capture image. Draft Blog zoomed in. Original URL http://www.draftprogram.com/en/blog/

Object- Process Tables

The following two tables use Object-Process Methodology language to classify different elements (or things) of the Draft Program to either object (physical or informatical) or processes (physical or informatical). As much as possible, the things listed in the tables are explicitly mentioned on the website or on the two slide-sets. In cases where the thing is implicit, only most obvious implicit objects or processes where listed.

Source Description OPM Thing type
Image 1 – Draft website – Front page Draft Program® object – ”Draft Program”
Image 1 – Draft website – Front page ”for students, researchers, teachers, professors” physical object, instances ”Student”, ”Researcher”, ”Teacher”, ”Professor” of class ”Customer”
Image 1 – Draft website – Front page ”..your business idea..” informatical object ”Business Idea”
Image 1 – Draft website – Front page ”… new teams..” physical object ”Team”
Image 1 – Draft website – Front page ”..you will get EUR 1000 of funding…” informatical object ”Funding”
Image 1 – Draft website – Front page ”Essential part of the Draft Program are different networking events” physical object ”Networking Event”
Image 1 – Draft website – Front page ”…your..” physical object ”Customer”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”You can apply to Draft Program three times a year.” attribute ”Open Calls per Year” and value ”three”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”New teams and current teams..” attribute ”Team Newness” and values ”new” and ”current”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”Financiers” physical object ”Financier”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”Experts” physical object ”Expert”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”Experiments without financial risk.” attribute ”Financial risk” and value ”no”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”Meet people…” object ”People”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”…create networks” object ”Network”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”Best case scenario: your idea works…” informatical object ”Does Idea Work?” values ”yes” and ”no”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”…you can create your own career path.” object ”Career Path”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”You will learn something new” informatical object ”Something New”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”Funding can be used for various purchases such as materials, supplies…” object ”Purchase” is a class with instances ”Materials”, ”Supplies”, etc..
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”If the original idea… to test a different innovative idea…” informatical objects ”Original Idea” and ”Different Idea”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”… any leftover funding..” informatical object ”Leftover Funding”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”..present their plans..” informatical object ”Plan”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”… to Draft Board..” physical object ”Draft Selection Board”
Image 3 – Draft website – Apply in Joensuu page ”Selection criteria” informatical object ”Selection Criteria”
Image 4 – Draft website – Zoom in Apply in Joensuu Page ”Fill in the application form” informactical object ”Application Form”
Image 4 – Draft website – Zoom in Apply in Joensuu Page ”Ask for feedback and tips..” informactical object ”Feedback”
Image 4 – Draft website – Zoom in Apply in Joensuu Page ”What kind of ideas as suitable?” informatical object ”Idea”
Image 4 – Draft website – Zoom in Apply in Joensuu Page ”… product, service, app, business model etc.” instances ”Product”, ”Service” etc. of class ”Idea”
Image 4 – Draft website – Zoom in Apply in Joensuu Page ”It can be a new…” attribute ”Novelty” and value ”new”
Image 4 – Draft website – Zoom in Apply in Joensuu Page ”… that are being developed for an existing company.” attribute ”Is idea being developed for an existing company?”  and values ”yes”, ”no”
Image 4 – Draft website – Zoom in Apply in Joensuu Page ”Best ideas are realistic” attribute ”Is idea realistic?”  and values ”yes”, ”no”
Image 4 – Draft website – Zoom in Apply in Joensuu Page ”Team that have at least two members…” attibute ”number of members” and values ”1” and ”2 or more”
Image 4 – Draft website – Zoom in Apply in Joensuu Page ”At least one team member must be a student, staff or faculty member of Karelia UAS…” attribute ”Does the team has at least one member who is a student, staff or faculty of Karelia UAS…?” and values ”yes” and ”no”
Image 5 – Draft website- Zoom in Apply in Joensuu page ”Fill in the Team Information Form…” physical object ”Team Information Form”
Image 5 – Draft website- Zoom in Apply in Joensuu page ”Prepare… presentation..” informatical object ”Prensetation”
Image 5 – Draft website- Zoom in Apply in Joensuu page ”…using the Presentation Template” informatical object ”Presentation Template”
Image 5 – Draft website- Zoom in Apply in Joensuu page ”Draft judges will evaluate all ideas and teams using the three following criteria: Who…” informatical objects ”Who cares?…”, ”Wll you be able to deliver?…”, and ”Is it worth it?…” are parts of the of informatical object ”Selection Criteria”
Image 5 – Draft website- Zoom in Apply in Joensuu page ”…already have a demo or a prototype…” physical object ”Demo” and ”Prototype”
Image 7 – Draft website- Draft Teams ”Team: Poppy” informatical object ”Team Profile”
Image 7 – Draft website- Draft Teams ”New Draft Teams in Joensuu” informatical object ”Announcement of New Teams”
Image 8 – Draft website – Draft Blog zoomed in Draft website, blog and posts informatical object ”Post” is a part of informatical object ”Blog”, which is a part of informatical object ”Website”
Draft Program® Info-event slides ”Draft Program Info” physical object ”Info Event”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 3 ”team creates application” informatical object ”Application”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 3 ”…teams create an official offer..” informatical object ”Offer”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 3 ”… team delivers their demo service or product.” physical object ”Product”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 3 ”team receives payment..” informatical object ”Payment”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slides 7 – 20 slides covering the presentation structure informatical object ”Presentation” has parts (informatical objects): ”Background Story”, ”Big Idea” and ”Future”. ”Big Idea” is divided in to sections ”Business Idea” and ”Team” with their of parts. ”Future” is divided in to ”Uncertainties” and ”Plan”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 24 ”Team assistant” Physical object ”Team Assistant”
Draft Program® Kickoff Workshop slides, slide 5 ”Business Model” informatical object ”Business Model”
Draft Program® Kickoff Workshop slides, slide 5 ”Financial Model” informatical object ”Financial Model”
Draft Program® Kickoff Workshop slides, slide 7 – 16 slides introducing the business model canvas informatical object ”Business Model” has nine parts including ”Value Proposition” and ”Customer Segments”
Draft Program® Kickoff Workshop slides, slide 20 ”The team invoices the Draft Program via a company or an invoicing service…” Physical Objects ”Company” and ”Invoicing Service” are instances of ”Invoicing Framework”
Draft Program® Kickoff Workshop slides, slide 21 ”The first offer shall include the following..” infomatical object ”Offer” has parts (informatical objects) ”Team Profile” and ”Blog Post”
Draft Program® Kickoff Workshop slides, slide 22 ”…targeting biggest uncertainties” attribute ”Level of Uncertainty” and value ”biggest”
Draft Program® Kickoff Workshop slides, slide 23 Table of Key Uncertainties and Activities informatical object ”Uncertainty” can have many instances such as ”Can we actually build it?” and ”Is our idea really solving the customer need?”
Draft Program® Kickoff Workshop slides, slide 28 Description of Financial model components informatical object ”Financial Model” has parts (informatical objects): ”Sales”, ”Costs” and the resulting ”Profit”.

Table 1. Collection of most important objects mentioned on the Draft Program(r) website or workshop slides.

Source Description OPM-type – title
Image 1 – Draft website – Front page ”…to make small scale experiments…” physical process ”Experimenting”
Image 1 – Draft website – Front page ”… and develop your business idea…” informatical process ”Developing”
Image 1 – Draft website – Front page ”Apply for Draft Program…” informatical process ”Applying”
Image 1 – Draft website – Front page ”1421000 euros of private funding collected…” informatical proces ”Collecting”
Image 1 – Draft website – Front page ”In Draft Program you will get EUR 1000 of funding…” informatical process ”Funding Providing”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”…funding for testing your business idea” physical process ”Testing”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”Meet people…” informatical process ”People Meeting”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”…and create networks” informatical process ”Network Creating”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”…and you can create your own…” physical process ”Career Path Creating”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”Use of funding” informatical process ”Funding Using”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”Funding can be used for various purchases…” informatical process ”Purchasing”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”You will learn..” informatical  process ”Learning”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”…to apply for addtional funding…” informatical process ”Additional Funding Applying”
Image 2 – Draft website – Draft info page ”…by presenting their plans…” informatical process ”Presenting”
Image 3 – Draft website – Apply in Joensuu page ”How to register?” informactical process ”Registering”
Image 3 – Draft website – Apply in Joensuu page ”Selection criteria” informactical process ”Selecting”
Image 4 – Draft website – Zoom in Apply in Joensuu Page ”Fill in the application form” informactical process ”Application Filling”
Image 4 – Draft website – Zoom in Apply in Joensuu Page ”…ask for feedback…” informatical process ”Feedback Requesting”
Image 4 – Draft website – Zoom in Apply in Joensuu Page ”…are handled confidentially…” informatical process ”Application Handling”
Image 5 – Draft website- Zoom in Apply in Joensuu page ”…be pre-selected to…” informactical process ”Idea Pre-Selecting”
Image 5 – Draft website- Zoom in Apply in Joensuu page ”Reserve your time slot…” informatical process ”Time Slot Reserving”
Image 5 – Draft website- Zoom in Apply in Joensuu page ”…by contacting…” informactical process ”Contacting”
Image 5 – Draft website- Zoom in Apply in Joensuu page ”…return it signed..” physical process ”Application Returning”
Image 5 – Draft website- Zoom in Apply in Joensuu page ”…after that talk with the board.” informatical process ”Discussing”
Image 7 – Draft website- Draft Teams ”You will be notified…” informatical process ”Notifying”
Image 7 – Draft website- Draft Teams ”Draft judges willl evaluate all ideas…” informatical process ”Idea Evaluating”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 3 ”team creates application” informatical process ”Application Creating”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 3 ”teams are pre-selected based on applications” informatical process ”Pre-Selecting”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 3 ”Offer formulation” informatical process ”Offer Formulating”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 3 ”Service/product pilot” physical process ”Service/Product Piloting”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 3 ”team delivers their demo…” physical process ”Demo Service or Product Delivering”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 3 ”Payment of microfunding” informatical process ”Funding Paying”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 3 ”team receives payment…” informatical process ”Payment Receiving”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 21 ”Pitching” informatical process ”Pitching”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 24 ”Team assistant” informatical process ”Assisting”
Draft Program® Info-event slides, slide 24 ”Connections” informatical process ”Connecting”
Draft Program® Kickoff Workshop slides, slide 17 ”Homework” informatical process ”Homeworking”
Draft Program® Kickoff Workshop slides, slide 20 ”Invoicing” informatical process ”Invoicing”
Draft Program® Kickoff Workshop slides, slide 26 ”compiling the offer” informatical process ”Offer Compiling”
Draft Program® Kickoff Workshop slides, slide 26 ”scheduling and” informatical process ”Scheduling”
Draft Program® Kickoff Workshop slides, slide 28 ”Calculate and simulate:” informatical processes ”Calculating” and ”Simulating”

Table 2. Collection of most important processes mentioned on the Draft Program(r) website or workshop slides.

References

Dori, D. (2016). Model-based systems engineering with OPM and SysML. New York: Springer.

Karelia University of Applied Sciences (2019). Draft Program website Retrieved July 4, 2019, from http://www.draftprogram.com/

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