Innovate on Purpose

1,296 views
1,209 views

Published on

Published in: Education, Technology
0 Comments
6 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
1,296
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
112
Comments
0
Likes
6
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Innovate on Purpose

  1. 1. Innovateon purpose
  2. 2. handout
  3. 3. handout
  4. 4. Peekinsideaninventivecompany
  5. 5. Culture and innovationThe collection of values and norms shared by people in the organisation that controlthe way they interact with each other and those outside the organisation.1Ideo People & culture observations1.2.3.45.Ideas for US1.2.3.4.5.What strikes you about their people?Their behaviour and attitudes?What kind of work environment do they offer?What is important to the company
  6. 6. Culture and innovationThe collection of values and norms shared by people in the organisation that control the waythey interact with each other and those outside the organisation.Ideo People & culture observations1. Diversity2. Creative3. Youthful / playful4. Outspoken5. Lack of Hierarchy6. Creativity and Discipline7. Respect Individual Freedom (Ask Forgiveness, Don’t Ask Permission)Ideas for US1.2.3.4.5.
  7. 7. Four Truths aboutideas• It takes many ideas to get to the one idea• It takes diverse perspectives• People need encouragement to share their ideas• Ideas are fragile
  8. 8. Review Ideas /SharingIdeation  InnovationChallenge  Ideation: 3 modes
  9. 9. Defining theinnovationchallenge“If I had 60 minutes to solve a problem,Id spend 55 minutes defining it,And 5 minutes solving it.”- Albert Einstein
  10. 10. A well articulated InnovationChallenge reveals anunderstandingof the issues from ahumanperspectiveand helps open doors to new ideas.Howmightwe
  11. 11. Ask Questions:- Why are we not succeeding?- What is holding us back?- Who do we need to move?- What people barriers mustwe overcome?- What do they really need?Howmightwe
  12. 12. Looking for new ideasin the water category?
  13. 13. Write ahow might westatement
  14. 14. HOW MIGHT WE MAKE WATER...HOW MIGHT WE MAKEWATER...MoreEnjoyable?HOW MIGHT WEMAKE WATER…MoreEmotionallyrewarding?HOW MIGHT WEMAKE WATER…MoreConvenient to carry?
  15. 15. Review Ideas /SharingIdeation  InnovationChallenge  Ideation: 3 modes
  16. 16. Where do ourIdeas come from?When is an idea likelyto strike?
  17. 17. Ideation guidelines
  18. 18. ideation toolsPleasureRomanceInternationalismWisdomIndividualitySelf-relianceBack to basicsSpiritualityLifelong learningAuthenticityCommunityparticipationCreativityExcitementSimplicitySocial goodEco friendlynatureTwistStoreBendMinimiseSupporthangInspireCollectCreateShortenJumpslideBondHingeExpandBounceDiluteLight up
  19. 19. Ideation Tool 1:“Borrow from Another”
  20. 20. Ideation Tool 1:“Borrow from Another”
  21. 21. Borrow from...- Style for Everyone- Shopping destination for the whole family- Educate us on design through their catalogue andin-store displays….SMA: "How might we enable people tomake the mid career switch to theCreative/ Media Industry”Design our courses to fittogether to create alarger Program of StudyCourses for thewhole familyKids courses runningconcurrently withparents taking courses
  22. 22. Ideation Tool 2:“verb dance”TwistStoreBendMinimiseSupporthangInspireCollectCreateShortenJumpslideBondHingeExpandBounceDiluteLight up
  23. 23. Ideation Tool 2:“verb dance”
  24. 24. “verb dance”SMA: "How might we enablepeople to make the mid careerswitch to the Creative/ MediaIndustry”Showcase the courageous stories ofpeople who have switched careersusing posters at SMAAcademyINSPIRECreate a media project with aSMA grads only team
  25. 25. Ideation Tool 3:“values domination”PleasureRomanceInternationalismWisdomIndividualitySelf-relianceBack to basicsSpiritualityLifelong learningAuthenticityCommunityparticipationCreativityExcitementSimplicitySocial goodEco friendlynature
  26. 26. Ideation Tool 3:“values domination”PleasureRomanceInternationalismWisdomIndividualitySelf-relianceBack to basicsSpiritualityLifelong learningAuthenticityCommunityparticipationCreativityExcitementSimplicitySocial goodEco friendlynature
  27. 27. Ideation Tool 3:“values domination”SMA: "How might we enablepeople to make the mid careerswitch to the Creative/ MediaIndustry”SIMPLICITYSMA Media Mentors guidestudents through thecareer change processAll learning materials areonline and available to publicProspective studentscan watch videos ofclasses
  28. 28. 1.  Start with a focused challenge statement2.  One conversation at a time3.  Defer judgment (no negativity)4.  Build on the ideas of others (encouragement)5.  Have wild ideas6.  Many ideas are better than few ideas7.  Capture all ideas8.  Number ideas, number flip chart sheets9.  Written ideas must be in full viewIdeation guidelines
  29. 29. ideationPleasureRomanceInternationalismWisdomIndividualitySelf-relianceBack to basicsSpiritualityLifelong learningAuthenticityCommunityparticipationCreativityExcitementSimplicitySocial goodEco friendlynatureTwistStoreBendMinimiseSupporthangInspireCollectCreateShortenJumpslideBondHingeExpandBounceDiluteLight up
  30. 30. Review Ideas /SharingIdeation  InnovationChallenge  Ideation: 3 modes
  31. 31. SwAp ideasExpand on their ideas, by Writing builds on post-its
  32. 32. Short-listYour 3 Strongest Ideas.Reviewthe post-it builds.
  33. 33. Innovationtheme sharingEach table is to share theirinnovation statementAnd strongest idea
  34. 34. “We cant solve problemsby using the same kindof thinking we usedwhen we created them.”- albert einstein
  35. 35. Innovate on purpose1.  start with a well defined innovation challenge2.  involve diverse perspectives in the solution finding3.  be part of creating a culture of innovation4.  Look out for opportunities to play a part in innovationinitiatives
  36. 36. Old job title:Finance ManagerNew Title:Accountability Champion

×