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Talk given in Nairobi on Social Entrepreneurship for East African Social Entrepreneurship Network.

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British Council Nairobi

  1. 1. THE BRITISH COUNCILBREAKFASTBRIEFING: DOING MORE WITHLESS FEB 2011 NICK JANKEL WWW.WECREATE.CC
  2. 2. WHAT ISINNOVATION?
  3. 3. THICK WORD
  4. 4. WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO YOU?
  5. 5. INVENTMain Entry: in·ventEtymology: invenire to come upon, findDate: 15th century1 : to devise by thinking2 : to produce (as something useful) for thefirst time through the use of theimagination or of ingenious thinking andexperiment
  6. 6. MARKETMain Entry: mar·ket·ingDate: 15611 a : the process or technique of promoting,selling, and distributing a product orservice
  7. 7. THE IMPACTFULLEVERAGE OF IDEASIMAGINATION MADE COUNT
  8. 8. ‘INEFFICIENT’ GRASSROOTS EXHAUSTING INHERENTLY RISKYDEEPLY AMBIGUOUS
  9. 9. OFTEN FAILS
  10. 10. ALL OF WHICH CAN BE MITIGATED BY
  11. 11. AN INNOVATION MINDSET
  12. 12. INNOVATION IS REALLY A WAY OF BEING CREATIVE COURAGEOUS COLLABORATIVE CONTRIBUTIVE7 CONNECTED COMMITTED CURIOUS
  13. 13. IS THIS THE BEST WAY POSSIBLE?HOW CAN I MAKE IT BETTER? MORE ELEGANT? IS THERE A SMARTER WAY? WHY DOES X HAVE TO HAPPEN?HOW COULD I GET MORE PEOPLE TO ACCESS IT? COULD I GET Y TO DELIVER SOME OF IT?
  14. 14. AND EMBRACINGTHE NETWORK
  15. 15. WE NOW LIVE IN A NETWORKED, PARTICIPATORY SOCIETYwww.wecreate 16
  16. 16. ONE TWEETPER GLOBAL CITIZEN / MONTH
  17. 17. THE COLLABORATIVE STAGE OF EVOLUTION NETWORKS MARKETS HIERARCHIES / BUREAUCRACIESTRIBES
  18. 18. ONE SIZEINNOVATION IN FITS ALL,HIERARCHIES = DETERMINED BY THE AUTHORITY
  19. 19. GROUPS FORM AROUNDINNOVATION IN INTERESTS NETWORKS = AND THEN SELF-SOLVE PROBLEMS
  20. 20. THE AGE OF MASS COLLABORATION TRIBE HIERARCHY MARKET NETWORKS SOLIDARITY AUTHORITY COMPETITION CO-CREATION TRIBE COLLECTIVE VESTED INTEREST SELF INTEREST WELLBEING GOOD KINSHIP POLICIES CONTRACTS AGREEMENTS SEGMENTS SILOS ATOMIZED SELF-ORGANIZED
  21. 21. NOT ENOUGHTIME, MONEY,INTELLIGENCE & ATTENTION TO WORK ALONE
  22. 22. NO ONE ORG CAN UNDERSTANDHOW TO SOLVE A COMPLEX ISSUE ALONE
  23. 23. TODAY, TOACHIEVE A GOALOF ANY SERIOUS AMBITION, WE NEED TO COLLABORATE
  24. 24. REAMP.ORG
  25. 25. MUST LET GO OF BUSINESS AS USUALwww.wecreate 32
  26. 26. www.wecreate 33
  27. 27. YOUR BEHAVIOURS ARE INFLUENCED BY OTHERS IN YOUR NETWORK FAR MORE STRONGLY THAN YOU MIGHT THINK, EVEN BY PEOPLE YOU’VE NEVER MET. OBESITY MAY BE INFLUENCED BY YOUR PEERS MORE THAN BY YOUR PARENTS. HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL, 2009INNOVATION ISNEVER A SOLOPURSUIT
  28. 28. ANTS AREN’T SMART. ANT COLONIES ARE. STANFORD UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE & CREATIVITY NEEDED ARE IN THE CROWDwww.wecreate 36
  29. 29. CHIMPS AND INFANTS BOTH INSTINCTIVELY HELP ADULTS WITHOUT REWARD OR TRAINING. FRANS DE WAAL & MICHAEL TOMASELLO PEOPLE WANT TO HELP THEMSELVES & EACH OTHERwww.wecreate 38
  30. 30. PEOPLE CAN BEEMPOWERED TO SELF- ORGANIZE
  31. 31. In Control In Control
  32. 32. IN THE LONG HISTORY OF HUMANKIND (ANDANIMAL KIND, TOO) THOSE WHO LEARNED TOCOLLABORATE AND IMPROVISE MOSTEFFECTIVELY HAVE PREVAILED. CHARLES DARWIN
  33. 33. INNOVATION IN INNOVATION IN HIERARCHIES NETWORKSINNOVATE FOR PEOPLE INNOVATE WITH PEOPLE ONE WAY BENEFIT TWO WAY LEARNING BENEFICIARIES TAKE BENEFICIARIES GIVE & TAKE CONTROL & DIRECT CUSTOMIZE & ADAPT RULES & SELF-MOTIVATION & REWARDS SELF-ORGANISATION WE COMPETE WE COLLABORATE TO FOR DONORS SOLVE BIGGER PROBLEMS EXPERT-USER PEER-PEER CONTENT PLATFORMS CENTRALISED 44 DISTRIBUTED NETWORKS SERVICESINDIVIDUAL SUCCESS WIN-WIN-WINS
  34. 34. LOOK FOR THE WIN WIN WINSLOCALS - CLIENTS - TELECOMS
  35. 35. VILLAGERS - WOMEN -UNILEVER
  36. 36. PATIENTS - DOCTORS - DRUG COMPANIES
  37. 37. PATIENTS - TELECOMS - DRUG COMPANIES
  38. 38. TO ENJOY BENEFITS OFOPEN INNOVATION HAVE TO BE COLLABORATIVE
  39. 39. SIGNIFICANTINVESTMENT OF ENERGYAND A DIFFERENTWAY OF WORKING
  40. 40. BACTERIA COLLABORATE BETTER THANwww.wecreate HUMANS 51
  41. 41. DOMINATIONwww.wecreate
  42. 42. DISSIPATIONwww.wecreate
  43. 43. DISINTEGRATIONwww.wecreate
  44. 44. CULT OF INDIVIDUAL (SOCIAL)ENTREPRENEUR
  45. 45. REWARDED AS INDIVIDUALS
  46. 46. CELEBRATION OF OWNERSHIP
  47. 47. ZERO SUM GAMEwww.wecreate 58
  48. 48. BREAKTHROUGH QUESTION HOW CAN I BEST SERVE WHAT’S SEEKING TO EMERGE?
  49. 49. IF YOU DOUBT WHAT AN INNOVATION MINDSET &COLLABORATIVENETWORK CAN DO...
  50. 50. TOGETHEREVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE
  51. 51. WECREATE.CCMonthly nuggets. Leadership,innovation & collaboration training,coaching & toolkitTransformational travel ULTIMATETRIP.TV

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