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slightly ammended slides from Learning Technologies conference 2009

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    Power of Innovation: or how much fire can we steal? Power of Innovation: or how much fire can we steal? Presentation Transcript

    • The Power of Innovation: or How much Fire can we Steal?
      Howard Errey
    • Question Mark in Espjerg by alexanderdrachmann on flickr
    • Jung
      Timejung by turrido50 on flickr
    • fascination
      Non Sequitur © Wiley Miller.
      Used by permission of Universal Press Syndicate. All rights reserved.
      We get fascinated by technology
    • Start project
      Higgs Boson
      TIME
    • Start project
      Higgs Boson
      TIME
    • Start project
      Higgs Boson
      TIME
    • Prometheus
      500 BC
      800 BC
    • Prometheus
      500 BC
      800 BC
      Steals fire from gods
    • Prometheus
      500 BC
      800 BC
      Steals fire from gods
      Chained to rock and liver eaten by eagle daily as punishment
    • Prometheus
      500 BC
      800 BC
      Steals fire from gods
      Chained to rock and liver eaten by eagle daily as punishment
      Released by Herakles
    • Prometheus
      500 BC
      800 BC
      Steals fire from gods
      Chained to rock and liver eaten by eagle daily as punishment
      Released by Herakles
      Pandora given as further
      Punishment. From box all
      evils released and hope
      remains
    • Prometheus
      500 BC
      800 BC
      Steals fire from gods
      Chained to rock and liver eaten by eagle daily as punishment
      Released by Herakles
      Pandora given as further
      Punishment. From box all
      evils released and hope
      remains
      Prometheus reviled
    • Pandora
      Pandora by ☂CharlotteSpeaks on flickr
    • Prometheus
      500 BC
      800 BC
      Steals fire from gods and is reputed to give writing, mathematics, agriculture, medicine, and science
      Steals fire from gods
      Chained to rock and liver eaten by eagle daily as punishment
      Released by Herakles
      Pandora given as further
      Punishment. From box all
      evils released and hope
      remains
      Prometheus reviled
    • Prometheus
      500 BC
      800 BC
      Steals fire from gods and is reputed to give writing, mathematics, agriculture, medicine, and science
      Steals fire from gods
      Chained to rock and liver eaten by eagle daily as punishment
      Released by Herakles as part of deal
      Chiron is to die so that Prometheus
      can live
      Released by Herakles
      Pandora given as further
      Punishment. From box all
      evils released and hope
      remains
      Prometheus reviled
    • Chiron
      Quiró, crater àtic, c. 460-450 a. C. by SebastiàGiralt on flickr
    • Prometheus
      500 BC
      800 BC
      Steals fire from gods and is reputed to give writing, mathematics, agriculture, medicine, and science
      Steals fire from gods
      Chained to rock and liver eaten by eagle daily as punishment
      Released by Herakles as part of deal
      Chiron is to die so that Prometheus
      can live
      Released by Herakles
      Pandora given as further
      Punishment. From box all
      evils released and hope
      remains
      Prometheus reviled
      Prometheus as hero
    • Villain
      Legend of fire by Scootie on Flickr
    • Prometheus
      500 BC
      800 BC
      Steals fire from gods and is reputed to give writing, mathematics, agriculture, medicine, and science
      Steals fire from gods
      Chained to rock and liver eaten by eagle daily as punishment
      Released by Herakles as part of deal
      Chiron is to die so that Prometheus
      can live
      Released by Herakles
      Pandora given as further
      Punishment. From box all
      evils released and hope
      remains
      Prometheus reviled
      Prometheus as hero
    • Hero
      Legend of fire by scootie on flickr
    • What’s eating you?
      An allegory for oppenheimers later years by zpeckler on flickr
    • Isolation
      Isolation poster by Orangejack on flickr
    • routine
      Science Daily#1 by Sergei Golyshev on flickr
    • Brain the size of a planet and here I am parking cars…
      Anti-Motivational by Marvin (PA) on flickr
    • What’s he up to by nimboo on flickr
    • Doubt and the organisation
    • “I don’t do self doubt.”
    • Innovators…
      Talk with others
      Form a community
      Spend time on nothing
      Nurture your creativity
      If you’re not upsetting people, you’re not doing your job (belief)
    • (project) managers
      Identify projects against staff skills
      Encourage work outside of day-to-day
      Be open to change of direction (complex adaptive systems)
      Communications plan
      Ask “can I do anything to help you?”
      Contextualise both frequency and depth
      Trust.
    • howard.errey@gmail.com
      Twitter howard61