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Keynote for managers at Liverpool Victoria

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    • @MIND_MAVERICKINNOVATIONTALESNICK JANKEL, WECREATELIVERPOOL VICTORIASEP 2011
    • ORTHEFELLOWSHIPOF K-CHING
    • BUILDING THE CAPACITY FORORGANISATIONS TO CO-CREATETHROUGHTRAINING, COACHING & CULTURE-CHANGE
    • BLAHHOW MANY TIMES DO WE HERE PEOPLETALKING TALKING TALKING ABOUTINNOVATION?
    • IMPACTFULLEVERAGE OF IDEAS
    • INCREMENTAL
    • DISRUPTIVE
    • QUEST
    • VENTUREFORTH TO FIND THE HIDDEN TREASURE
    • MAKING NEW CONNECTIONS BETWEEN INFORMATION
    • THING?
    • THINKING!AND THEREFORE A WAY OF DOINGBUSINESS / LIFE
    • STATUS QUOMAINTAINED BY OUTDATED ASSUMPTIONS
    • OLD IDEAS STOP USTHINKING FREELY
    • LET GOOF THE OLD IDEAS
    • NO MATTERHOW HARD
    • BEFOREWE GET NEW ONES
    • THE BIG IDEASTHAT CREATE GROWTH
    • SmartyPig
    • SAFETYIN OLD ASSUMPTIONS, CONVENTIONS ANDMYTHS
    • RISKOF CHALLENGING THEM
    • ILLUSIONBECAUSE HOLDING ONTO THE OLD IDEAS ISFAR MORE DANGEROUS LONG-TERM THANRISKING NEW ONES
    • $85 BILLIONWENT BUST BY CLINGING ONTO OLD IDEAS?
    • NEWMYTHSCREATE NEW THOUGHTS & NEW BEHAVIORS
    • NEWSEGMENT INCREMENTAL DISRUPTIVE BUSINESS AS USUAL OLD INCREMENTALSEGMENT PROBLEMS AS USUAL OLD BEHAVIOUR NEW BEHAVIOUR
    • “A revolution doesnthappen when societyadopts new tools. Ithappens when societyadopts newbehaviours.”CLAY SHIRKY
    • NEW ZOPASEGMENT SMARTYPIG KIVA OLD WONGASEGMENT OLD BEHAVIOUR NEW BEHAVIOUR
    • STORYALL INNOVATION IS A NARRATIVE
    • HUMANEXPERIENCE IS EMBEDDED IN STORY
    • 70%OF WHAT WE LEARN IS THROUGH STORIES
    • "Those who do not havepower over their story —the power to retell it,rethink it, deconstruct it,joke about it, and changeit as times change -truly are powerless,because they cannot thinknew thoughts.”SALMAN RUSHDIE
    • STORIESDEFINE OUR ASSUMPTIONS, OURBUSINESSES AND OUR SOCIETY
    • CHANGETHE GAME?FIRST YOU MUST CHANGE THE STORY
    • "You can neverchange things byfighting the existingreality. To changesomething, build anew model thatmakes the existingmodel obsolete."BUCKMINSTER FULLER
    • ENGINEERINGINNOVATION
    • CONSCIOUSNESS SHIFT CONVENTIONS CONVICTION CONFLICT CONCEPTCONNECTION CONCRETE IMPACT
    • CONNECTIONTHE ISSUE IN REAL, HUMAN TERMSTHE PROBLEM, NEED OR DESIRE
    • CONFLICTWHY THE PREVIOUS SOLUTIONS HAVETRIED TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM BUT FAILED
    • CONVENTIONSTHE CONVENTIONS OF THE SECTORTHE MYTHS THAT NEED CHALLENGING
    • CONSCIOUSNESSSHIFTTHE INSIGHTTHE CREATIVE LEAPTHE NEW WAY OF THINKING
    • “Problems cannot besolved by the samelevel of thinking thatcreated them.”ALBERT EINSTEIN
    • UNCONSCIOUS SOLUTION MARKET DISRUPTIONUNCONSCIOUS PROBLEM CONSCIOUS LATENT SOLUTION NEEDS CONSCIOUS NEW PROBLEM INNOVATION INNOVATION OPPORTUNITY
    • CONVICTIONTHE VISION, OPPORTUNITY, COMMITMENT(SOMETHING BIGGER THAN YOURSELF)
    • CONCEPTTHE IDEA, THE SOLUTION
    • CONCRETEIMPACT IN THE REAL-WORLDWHAT IS THE NEW BEHAVIOUR?WHAT IS IN IT FOR US / CONSUMERS / THEWORLD?
    • “IDEAS” CONSCIOUSNESS SHIFT CONVENTIONS CONVICTION CONFLICT CONCEPTCONNECTION CONCRETE IMPACT “REALITY”
    • "If you’re going tohave a story, have abig story, or none atall."JOSEPH CAMPBELL
    • HIERARCHIES MAINTAIN THE OLD STORIESwww.wecreate
    • GROUPTHINK
    • CULTUREOF INNOVATION & COLLABORATION IS KING
    • HIERARCHIES ARE BEING DISSOLVED IN A GLOBALISED PARTICIPATORYwww.wecreate 65
    • NETWORKEDSOCIETY
    • (EM)POWERIN NETWORKS, INDIVIDUALS CAN INFLUENCELARGE TEAMS TO GENERATE INNOVATIONFROM THE BOTTOM-UPSHIFTING THE CULTURE
    • DIVERSETEAMS MORE LIKELY TO CREATE BRILLIANCETHAN MANY SIMILAR GENIUSES
    • WHEN WE COLLABORATE WEOPEN UP POSSIBILITIES THAN ONE ALONE COULD NOT DO
    • DOUBTTHE POWER OF CO-CREATION?
    • TOGETHEREVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE
    • www.wecreate.ccwww.elementalworldwide.com/wecoach
    • CONNECTNICK@WECREATE.CC@MIND_MAVERICKWWW.WECREATE.CC (NEWSLETTER)