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Creativity dip breakfast

  1. 1. Creativity Dip
  2. 2. Design Another Letter Of The AlphabetYou are tasked with inventing a 27th letterof the alphabet. It must represent a sound, maybe a letter for PH, PN or KN. What symbol will it be?
  3. 3. Change seats.....
  4. 4. Fold your arms.....
  5. 5. Why we resist change1.Risk of change exceed risk of standing still2.People connect to people with the old way3.Fear of lack of competence4.Overloaded5.Skeptical6.Hidden agendas7.Threatens our notion of ourselves8.Fear of loss of status9.Doubt the quality of the idea
  6. 6. Change and women’s buttons..... QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  7. 7. The changing world.....
  8. 8. Everyone is good at something! International No 1’s
  9. 9. Time is running out......... Estimated remaining world supplies of non-renewable resources Zinc - 10 years Titanium - 12 Years Lead - 14 Years Gold - 14 Years Chromium - 20 years Copper - 26 Years Platinum - 39 years Cadmium - 54 years Oil - 105 Years
  10. 10. How we spend our 77.8 • Sleeping 28 years years • Working 24.5 years • Watching TV 8.5 years • Doing Housework 5 years • Eating and Drinking 3.5 yearsSource: American bureau of labour statistics
  11. 11. The change modelEffective change = Quality of idea x Amount of buy in g Brin e back th QuickTime™ and a l tax decompressor are needed to see this picture. pol
  12. 12. The Change Cycle Denial Improved performanceShock Blame Problem Solving Acceptance Time
  13. 13. What is and what will be different
  14. 14. ~ Learnt to do~ Best book~ Shattered Assumption
  15. 15. The Definition ofInsanity“Doing the sameold things andexpecting differentresults”
  16. 16. 53 48 1562 4 493 The odd 1 out is?
  17. 17. Learn to be creative?- 5 year olds - 98%- 10 year olds - 30%- 15 year olds - 12%- Adults (25+) - 2%
  18. 18. The Growth of the Earth’s Population 1900 1.6 Billion 2020 2000 7.6 Billion? 6 Billion 2013Source: http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/ 7 Billion
  19. 19. By the end of 2012…..More mobile devices than people
  20. 20. 1 in 4 Starbucks payments are from a mobile device (in North America) Source: Mobile Syrup Dec 2011
  21. 21. 1/2 Billion worldwide will use their mobiles as metro and bus tickets by 2015 Source: Mobile Juniper Research , April 2011
  22. 22. Today the globaldistribution of Wealth 50% of the worlds wealth is held by 2% of the people
  23. 23. The Social Network....
  24. 24. Facebook’s 800 million users 1 in 9 of the worlds population are on Facebook
  25. 25. If FACEBOOK were a country it would be the 3rd largest in the world between India and USA
  26. 26. 48% of 18-34 year Every olds check Facebook beforethey get out of bed
  27. 27. For students starting a four yeartechnical or college degree,this means that ..
  28. 28. Recognise this?
  29. 29. Predicting the Future“The best way to predict the future is to create it ” Peter Drucker
  30. 30. QuickTime™ and aTIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  31. 31. QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. Write a 6 word story Ernest Hemingway, one of the greatestauthors of all time, was once challenged to write a complete story in just six words. Never one to shy from a challenge, hewrote: "For sale: baby shoes, never used." What would your complete six-word story be?
  32. 32. QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. Write a 6 word story Ernest Hemingway, one of the greatestauthors of all time, was once challenged to write a complete story in just six words. Never one to shy from a challenge, hewrote: "For sale: baby shoes, never used." What would your complete six-word story be?
  33. 33. Books...A changing business model 1994 Bookstore 1995 Amazon 2010/11 Ipad/Kindle The Harry Potter series has sold 3600 books per hour for 14 years
  34. 34. Books...A changing business modelEbooks are now outselling paperbacks in the US -Ebooks sales $90.3m - Feb 2011Paperbacks $81.2m - Feb 2011Source: Guardian.co.uk April 2011
  35. 35. “640k ought to be enough for anyone” Bill gates - 1981“Who the hell wants to hear actors talk” HM Warner - Warner Bros 1927“There is no reason for any individual to have a computer in their home” Ken Olsen - President DEC“$400 for an MP3 player, it won’t sell and it will be killed off quickly” Macrumours 2001
  36. 36. Fizzy Drink Market 30 billion cansMarket share 52%By 2012 bottled water will exceed fizzy drinks consumption
  37. 37. The 40 people they didn’t want
  38. 38. Idea Generation
  39. 39. Why so Creative? • Darwin • Picasso • Einstein • Mozart • Shakespeare
  40. 40. Learn to be creative?- 5 year olds - 98%- 10 year olds - 30%- 15 year olds - 12%- Adults (25+) - 2%
  41. 41. Creativity test
  42. 42. Brain Salesman?
  43. 43. Random word?Operation Christmas Picture Bottle Aerosol Brick Exercise Arrowspacecraft University Genius Referenceundertaker Outsource Fertiliser Speed Blanket Computer Combinations Exchangebackwards Spectacles nutshell Market Style Ice Books Wave Range Camera Art Shop fitter Menu Dictionary Shelf Software Paste Brain Concept Club Orbit Cup CD Short
  44. 44. 4000 = 12
  45. 45. Skyline Toys
  46. 46. Association AssociationAssociation Association Imagination Association Association
  47. 47. QuickTime™ and aTIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  48. 48. Imagination workout•Daily 10 min workout•1 week to Learn•Daily associational thinking•1 week journal QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  49. 49. Lawrencehallett.com http://lawrencehallett.com lawrence.hallett@ntlworld.com 07946 882823
  50. 50. Brainstorming but not as we know it?

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