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My 10 tenets of innovation. Presented to the Hawaii Library Association on 11/5/10.

My 10 tenets of innovation. Presented to the Hawaii Library Association on 11/5/10.

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  • Innovating in a Hyper- Connected World Burt Lum 2010 HLA Annual Conference November 5, 2010 bytemarks@gmail.com Bytemarks.org
  • Why Innovate? Desirable to users INNOVATION Viable Possible in with marketplace technology 10 Tenets of Innovation >>>
  • 1. Ideas can come from Anywhere Patrons Trade Librarians Publications Community Friends
  • 2. Build on your creative assets
  • 3. Freedom to Brainstorm • Defer Judgment • Encourage Wild Ideas • Build on Ideas of Others • Respect Individual Voices • Stay Focused • Go for Quality • Be Visual
  • 4. Share the ideas, be transparent
  • 5. License to pursue your Passion
  • 6. Innovation is not instant Perfection
  • 7. Fail Often, Fail Fast • Much of success is a numbers game. • Life is inherently risky. There is only one big risk you should avoid at all costs and that is the risk of doing nothing. (-Denis Waitley) • Risk what you can afford.
  • 8. Innovation aligns to Strategy
  • 9. Focus on Patrons, not the Status Quo
  • 10. Don’t kill Prospects, Morph Them