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For Brent Council Senior Managers Conference: How to live through, embrace and thrive in change, leading and innovating at the edge of chaos.

For Brent Council Senior Managers Conference: How to live through, embrace and thrive in change, leading and innovating at the edge of chaos.

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  • 1. @NICKWECREATESWITCH ONTHRIVING IN CHANGENICK JANKEL, WECREATE & GLOBAL LEADERSACADEMYBRENT COUNCILSEP 2012
  • 2. wecreate worldwideis a consultancy focusedon social & sustainableinnovation, enterprise &service designGLOBAL LEADERS ACADEMYis an ethical leadershipdevelopment and coachingnetwork
  • 3. INTENTIONSERVE YOU AS BEST I CAN WITH INSIGHTS I HAVECOLLECTED IN THE SPIRIT OF MUTUAL RESPECT &LEARNING
  • 4. biomimicry evolutionary jurisprudence org biology creativity behaviour measurement networksneuroscience improvisation strategybusiness model cybernetics innovation motivation futurology sciencesocial theory literature peer-to-peerphilosophy narrative design modelstheory of science thinking innovationco-operation storytelling user anthropology complexity experience science game theoryhistory empowerment conflictpsychology coaching mediation
  • 5. WHO WE WORK WITH
  • 6. WHO WE WORK WITH
  • 7. WHERE WE HAVE DONE IT ☀ ☀☀ ☀ ☀☀ ☀☀ ☀☀ ☀☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀ ☀
  • 8. INTHE LAST24HOURS
  • 9. 1BILLIONCONTENT PIECES ADDED TO FACEBOOK
  • 10. 70,000HOURSYOUTUBE VIDEOS UPLOADED
  • 11. 400MILLIONSKYPE CALLS
  • 12. 86,000NEW LINKEDIN MEMBERS
  • 13. 16BILLIONSMS MESSAGES SENT
  • 14. AS WESPEAK
  • 15. 6BILLIONMOBILE SUBS
  • 16. 1BILLIONBROADBAND MOBILE SUBS
  • 17. 1BILLIONFACEBOOK USERS
  • 18. 200MILLIONFACEBOOK USERS IN 2011
  • 19. 600BILLIONMINUTES PER MONTH SPENT ON FACEBOOK
  • 20. 600MILLIONMINUTES IN ALL THE MOVIES THAT HAVEEVER BEEN MADE
  • 21. 500+MILLIONTWITTER USERS
  • 22. 600MILLIONTWEETS PER DAY
  • 23. 18MILLION 30 MILLION FOLLOWERSFOLLOWERS OF LADY GAGA
  • 24. NO.1#TAG...OF 2011
  • 25. #EGYPT
  • 26. 5 YEARSAGO
  • 27. NODEMOCRACY IN EGYPT (OR TUNISIA)
  • 28. NOBODYHAD HEARD OF QUANTITATIVE EASING (ORLEHMAN BROTHERS)
  • 29. HOUSEPRICES AT THEIR GLOBAL ZENITH
  • 30. KODAKWAS A BYWORD FOR PHOTOGRAPHY
  • 31. INSTAGRAMWAS NOT EVEN A DREAM
  • 32. NEVERBEEN A BLACK PRESIDENT (AND MANY THOUGHTTHERE WOULD NEVER BE ONE)
  • 33. NOBODYHAD EVER USED AN IPAD (AND VERY FEWTWITTER)
  • 34. CHANGEIS THE ONLY CONSTANT
  • 35. THRIVEIN CHANGE?BECAUSE OF CHANGE?
  • 36. LEADOUR SELF, OUR PEERS, OUR ORGS, THESYSTEMINTO, THROUGH AND OUT OF CHANGE?
  • 37. DISTINCTMANAGE: CONTROL, HANDLE, TOLERATELEAD: ENGAGE, EMPOWER, ENABLE
  • 38. “We were all born leaders;that is, until we were sent toschool and taught to bemanaged and to manage.”DEE HOCK, FOUNDER & CEO, VISA
  • 39. CHANGEWHAT IS IT?HOW DOES IT EFFECT US?CAN WE USE IT FOR GOOD?WHAT IS THE APPROPRIATE ROLE FOR LEADERSWITHIN IT?
  • 40. HOW DOES THIS TOPIC CONNECT WITHYOUR PURPOSE & AMBITIONS?
  • 41. CHANGEIS CHANGINGFAST, DISCONTINUOUS, PUNCTUATED,ACCELERATING, PATCHY
  • 42. NETWORKSDECENTRALISED POWER, PEER-TO-PEERCOMMUNICATION, RAPID FLOWS OFINFORMATION, GLOBAL CONNECTIONSTHE WORLD WILL NEVER GO BACK TO HOWIT WAS
  • 43. TRIBES MARKETS HUNTER- HIERARCHIES /GATHERER NETWORKS BUREAUCRACIES
  • 44. CHANGEIS BUILT INTO EVERY LEVEL OF THE UNIVERSE
  • 45. FROMELECTRONS IN EVERY ATOM...TO EVOLUTION OF SPECIES & GALAXIES
  • 46. CHANGEIS THE PREREQUISITE FOR ALL LIFE & ALLCREATIVITY
  • 47. DEATHIS STASIS (EQUILIBRIUM)HEALTHY COMPLEX SYSTEMS AREADAPTIVE, IN ‘DYNAMIC NON-EQUILIBRIUM’
  • 48. ORDEREDGE OFCHAOSDISORDER
  • 49. EDGEAMBIGUITYUNCERTAINTYUNPREDICTABILITY
  • 50. EDGEOF CHAOS IS WHERE NEW IDEAS IN NATURE &CULTURE ARE BORN
  • 51. INNOVATIONHAPPENS FASTEST IN LOCATIONS WHERE CHANGE ISTHE NORM
  • 52. FERTILEMEDICI FLORENCE vs. PAPAL ROMEDEMOCRATIC ENGLAND VS. TSARIST RUSSIASILICON VALLEY vs. SAUDI ARABIAINNOCENTIVE vs. OXFORD UNIVERSITY CLASSICSDEPT.
  • 53. SWITCHED ON LEADERSHIPINNOVATION BREAKTHROUGH PREFERRED ORDER CURRENT ORDER BREAKTHROUGH BREAKTHROUGH © Wecreate 201 CHAOS
  • 54. SWITCHED ON LEADERSHIPINNOVATION BREAKTHROUGH THE EXTENT OF THE BREAKTHROUGH DEPENDS ON HOW DEEP WE ARE WILLING TO GO INTO WHAT IS POSSIBLE BREAKTHROUGH BREAKTHROUGH © Wecreate 201
  • 55. SWITCHED ON LEADERSHIPINNOVATION BREAKTHROUGH BREAKTHROUGH BREAKTHROUGH © Wecreate 201
  • 56. 58 THE BREAKTHROUGH SWITCH Breakthrough Opportunity What kind of headline ideas could Problem seize this opportunity?What is the problem, in human terms? Breakthrough Proposition What proposition emerges from this Proposition insight?What is the current proposition that results in the current proposition that resultsin this problem?this probelm? Breakthrough Insight What is a more insightful, future-positive Assumptions belief?What do we have to believe to generateand validate this proposition? BREAKTHROUGH © wecreate 2012
  • 57. IN 1983, ONLY THOSE WHO COULD USE ACOMMAND LINE COULD USE A COMPUTER
  • 58. PERSONAL COMPUTING Breakthrough Opportunity What kind of headline ideas could seize this opportunity? ProblemWhat is the problem, in human terms? Think different with a Mac... (and its ecosystem) Everyday people are not benefiting from the power of computers. Breakthrough Proposition What proposition maximises accessibility, usability and enjoyability? Proposition We design and sell ‘computers’ as creativityWhat is the current proposition [product offer, business model, maximisers - they help people thrive.org process] that leads to this problem? We design and sell computers as productivity maximers - they help businesses win. Breakthrough Insight What is a more powerful, liberating and abundant view of human nature /life? AssumptionsWhat do we have to believe to generate and validate this proposition? Creativity is the goal of life. Technology can help liberate us, empower us and inspire us to Productivity is the goal of life. Technology design, innovate and collaborate helps create more productivity by increasing our efficiency as cogs in the business BREAKTHROUGH machine (growing profits, GDP etc.) © wecreate 2012
  • 59. THE WORLD’S LARGESTCOMPANY 28YEARS LATER
  • 60. WHYDO MOST OF US FIND CHANGE, CHAOS &INNOVATION SO CHALLENGING?
  • 61. NATUREABHORS A VACUUM
  • 62. HUMANSABHOR A VACUUM OF MEANING
  • 63. PATTERNSBRAIN DRIVEN BY DOPAMINE TO FINDTHEM EVERYWHERE
  • 64. FORAGE, FEED,FORNICATE
  • 65. FIGHT,FLIGHT,FREEZE
  • 66. WIREDTO SURVIVE AT ALL COSTS
  • 67. SURVIVAL LEADERSHIP Closed hand Fist / palm off OFF REACT = Closed mind = RETREAT OFF Assume solutions REPEAT Closed heart Fearful / judgmental OFF
  • 68. WIREDTO SURVIVE AT ALL COSTSTO THRIVE TOO
  • 69. OPENSTAY OPEN IN FACE OF FEAR, UNCERTAINTY,CRITICISM, BEING SIDE-TRACKED
  • 70. SWITCHED ON LEADERSHIP ON Open handed Create, build, hold space, soothe Open minded ON Challenge = CREATE = assumptions, seek COLLABORATE CONTRIBUTE possibility, learn at edges ON Open hearted Intuitive, trusting, © wecreate 2012 connected
  • 71. SWITCHED ON INNOVATION Breakthrough Opportunity What kind of headline ideas could seize this opportunity? ProblemWhat is the problem, in human terms? Breakthrough Proposition What proposition maximises accessibility, usability and enjoyability? PropositionWhat is the current proposition [product offer, business model,org process] that leads to this problem? Breakthrough Insight What is a more powerful, liberating and abundant view of human nature /life? AssumptionsWhat do we have to believe to generate and validate this proposition? BREAKTHROUGH © wecreate 2012
  • 72. LEADERSHIPOF HAND, HEAD & HEART
  • 73. RESILIENCEIN THE FACE OF INEVITABLE CHAOS
  • 74. EMBRACEINEVITABLE CHAOS TO FIND & SEIZEOPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPACT
  • 75. THRIVENOT DESPITE OUR CHALLENGES, BUT BECAUSEOF THEM
  • 76. ORGSDESIGNED FOR CONTROL IN STABLE &PREDICTABLE ENVIRONMENTSWIRED TO RESIST CREATIVITY IN FAVOUR OFEFFICIENCY
  • 77. WORLDCHANGESWE HAVE TO CHANGE WITH IT
  • 78. SWITCH ONPURPOSEFULLY REWIRE OURSELVES & OURORGS TO STAY OPEN TO POSSIBILITIES WITHINTHE CHALLENGES OF CHANGE
  • 79. “Chaos’ is a frightening word, but you will haveto get used to it if you desire or hold leadershippositions in today’s organizations... stability isno longer the prevalent condition of our age. Allthat seems simple and comforting is certain togive way to complex and nerve-wrackingsubstitutes... It won’t be easy. Decades ofdeeply ingrained procedures, traditions,attitudes, and cultural biases about managingchange must be jettisoned. In their place, newperspectives and frameworks must beembraced.”DARYL R. CONNOR, LEADING AT THE EDGE OFCHAOS
  • 80. LEARNING TO LOVE THE LIMBO METABOLISING CHALLENGES INTO CREATIVITYSEEING CLARITY IN CHAOS LETTING GO OF OLD PATTERNS
  • 81. GREAT MYTHINNOVATION IS ABOUT “GETTING” NEWIDEAS / CONCEPTS
  • 82. “It turns out that the ability tostop oneself from thinkingsomething is central to creativity.”SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
  • 83. GREAT TRUTHINNOVATION IS ABOUT LETTING GO OF THEOLD WAYS (IDEAS, ASSUMPTIONS,BEHAVIOURS) THAT BLOCK INNATECREATIVITY & COLLABORATION
  • 84. ALLLOWINGNEW IDEAS INHERENTLY BORN FROMCHANGE TO FLOW
  • 85. ALREADYIN YOUR OWN MIND, YOUR TEAMS & IN THENETWORK
  • 86. “Let go of all your assumptionsand the world will make perfectsense.”CHUANG TZU
  • 87. SURFINGTHE EDGE OF CHAOS
  • 88. “Creativity is at the edge ofchaos.”ROBERT BILDER, TENNENBAUM CENTER FOR THEBIOLOGY OF CREATIVITY
  • 89. CHOICE IS TO RIDE THE WAVE OR BE SUNK BY IT
  • 90. “The key to success is figuringout where is the edge? And howdo I stay the right distance fromthe edge?”RAY DALIO, FOUNDER, BRIDGEWATER (LARGESTAND MOST SUCCESSFUL HEDGE FUND IN THEWORLD)
  • 91. FALLINGIS INEVITABLE ON THE EDGEOFTEN IT HURTS SO MUCH WE DON’T WANT TOGET UP AND TRY AGAIN
  • 92. COACHINGIS KEY TO LEARNING (FROM EACH FALL) ANDAVOIDING FALLS OTHERS HAVE LEARNT FROMSTAYING OPEN / COACHABLE
  • 93. “Come to the edge, he said. Theysaid: We are afraid. Come to theedge, he said. They came. Hepushed them and they flew. “GUILLAUME APOLLINAIRE
  • 94. The pioneeringcreative leadership & collaboration coaching programme
  • 95. Change is the fuel for allcreativity.The edge of chaos is thebest (only?) place wecan truly thrive.Together, everything ispossible.
  • 96. FORWARDTOGETHER
  • 97. “The important thing isthis: to be able at anymoment to sacrificewhat we are for what wecould become.”CHARLES DUBOIS
  • 98. SIGN UPINSIGHTS, IDEAS, OPEN COURSES ETCSTORYTELLING FOR LEADERS (NOV)
  • 99. CONNECTWECREATEWORLDWIDE.COM: innovationconsulting & trainingGLOBAL LEADERS ACADEMY.COM: leadershipdevelopment, peer coaching programmes, coachingcircles, org designNICKJANKEL.COM: life coaching; workshops; books