We Create Our World - Brighton

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We Create Our World - Brighton

  1. 1. WE CREATE OUR WORLD BRIGHTON, MARCH 2011 NICK JANKEL WWW.WECREATE.CC
  2. 2. TOOLS, TOOLKITS & TRAININGTO CO-CREATE A RADICALLY BETTER WORLD
  3. 3. BOOSTING THE INNOVATION CAPABILITIESOF THE MOST DISADVANTAGEDSO THEY CAN SOLVE THEIR OWN PROBLEMS TOGETHER
  4. 4. NEW IN THE LAST 10 YEARS... DANCING LATTES MUBARAKWITH STARS WIFI GONE COALITION ONLINE GOVERNMENT DATING APPS BLOGS IPODSBLOCKBUSTER GOOGLE ME VIDEO GONE USB STICKS SKYPE ME BAG FOR TWEETS LIFE BANKS TED TALKS AL-QAEDA OWNED BY WIKIPEDIA PRIMARK US FRIEND ME
  5. 5. ONLY THING WE KNOW FOR CERTAIN...
  6. 6. PositiveImpactNegative Stage 1 2 3 4 State Status Quo Disruption Exploration (Re)Creation Shock &Reaction Anger, fear Acceptance Commitment Denial
  7. 7. Positive Designed ChangeImpactNegative Stage 1 2 3 4 State Status Quo Disruption Exploration (Re)Creation Shock &Reaction Anger, fear Acceptance Commitment Denial
  8. 8. Positive Designed ChangeImpactNegative Stage 1 2 3 4 Status State Disruption Exploration (Re)Creation Quo Shock & Anger,Reaction Acceptance Commitment Denial fear
  9. 9. Change The Scientific Slow and steady change over most Revolution X We are here (perhaps) of human history Time
  10. 10. CRISIS ISTHE BEST TIME TO CREATECHANGE...
  11. 11. CHANGES WE ARE CURRENTLY FACING REDUCED MORE + BUDGETS, + DESTABILIZING SOCIAL TIME, HIERARCHIESDEMANDS ATTENTION = PROBLEM 20
  12. 12. REDUCED MORE BUDGETS, DESTABILIZING SOCIAL TIME, HIERARCHIESDEMANDS ATTENTION THE POWERDRIVE TO DRIVE TO + OF THE +INNOVATE COLLABORATE CROWD TO HELP CO- CREATE = OPPORTUNITY 22
  13. 13. HIERARCHIESEFFICIENT WAY OF SCALING IMPACT & ENSURING RESULTS 23
  14. 14. MAINTAIN THE STATUS QUOwww.wecreate
  15. 15. FIX OURMENTALMODELS
  16. 16. ENSUREPEOPLE THINK THE SAME
  17. 17. HIERARCHIES ARE BEING DISSOLVED IN A GLOBALISED PARTICIPATORYwww.wecreate 27
  18. 18. AND ABOVE ALL NETWORKED SOCIETY
  19. 19. ONE TWEETPER GLOBAL CITIZEN / MONTH
  20. 20. THE COLLABORATIVE STAGE OF EVOLUTION TRIBES / HIERARCHIES / MARKETS NETWORKS CLASS BUREAUCRACIES
  21. 21. THE NETWORKED ECONOMYTRIBE / CLASS HIERARCHY MARKET NETWORKS SOLIDARITY AUTHORITY COMPETITION CO-CREATION TRIBE COLLECTIVE VESTED INTEREST SELF INTEREST WELLBEING GOOD SEGMENTS SILOS ATOMIZED SELF-ORGANISED
  22. 22. SELF-ORGANISATION ROBUSTNESS, FLEXIBILITY, SPONTANEOUS INNOVATION. SEMI-AUTONOMOUS FUNCTIONING NEEDING MINIMAL SUPERVISION
  23. 23. making appropriate COLLECTIVE GOOD choices NON-ZERO SUM GAME THINKING LEADING TO A COLLECTIVE SEARCH FOR WIN WIN WINS (WITHOUT THE DISTORTION OF VESTED INTERESTS)www.wecreate.cc 33
  24. 24. CO-CREATION EGALITARIAN, OPEN COLLABORATION CREATING NEW STRUCTURES & FORMS NEVER CONCEIVED BEFORE
  25. 25. WELCOME TO THE AGE OF CO-CREATION
  26. 26. ONE SIZE INNOVATION FITS ALL,IN HIERARCHIES = DETERMINED BY THE AUTHORITY
  27. 27. GROUPS FORM AROUNDCO-CREATION IN INTERESTS NETWORKS = AND THEN SELF-SOLVE PROBLEMS
  28. 28. WHO ARE THE INNOVATORS INTHE AGE OF CO- CREATION?
  29. 29. PRIVATE SECTOR ADAPTABILITY SPEEDPUBLIC INGENUITY 3RD SECTORSECTOR (COM)PASSION SCALE INDEPENDENCE JUSTICE CITIZENSHIP VISION
  30. 30. PRIVATE SECTOR SHORT-TERM GREED IRRESPONSIBILITY ADAPTABILITY SPEEDPUBLIC INGENUITY 3RD SECTORSECTOR (COM)PASSION SCALE INDEPENDENCE JUSTICE CITIZENSHIP VISION OPPRESSION RIGHTEOUS INERTIA INEFFECTUAL WASTEFULNESS VESTED INTERESTS
  31. 31. PRIVATE SECTOR SHORT-TERM GREED IRRESPONSIBILITY ADAPTABILITY SPEEDPUBLIC INGENUITY 3RD SECTORSECTOR (COM)PASSION SCALE INDEPENDENCE JUSTICE CITIZENSHIP VISION OPPRESSION RIGHTEOUS INERTIA INEFFECTUAL WASTEFULNESS VESTED INTERESTS
  32. 32. PROFIT MOTIVE GREED IRRESPONSIBILITY ADAPTABILITY SPEED INGENUITY CO-CREATION SCALE (COM)PASSION JUSTICE INDEPENDENCE VISION CITIZENSHIP RIGHTEOUS OPPRESSION INEFFECTUAL INERTIA VESTEDWASTEFULNESS INTERESTS
  33. 33. ETHICAL INNOVATORWITHIN THE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE
  34. 34. Stage 1 / Spark & FocusStage 2 / Transform & DisruptStage 3 / Listen & DesignStage 4 / Storytell & BrandStage 5 / Connect & EngageStage 6 / Flow & GrowStage 7 / Open & Co-create
  35. 35. NO ONE ORG CAN UNDERSTANDHOW TO SOLVE A COMPLEX ISSUE ALONE
  36. 36. NOT ENOUGHTIME, MONEY,INTELLIGENCE & ATTENTIONTO CONTINUEBUSINESS AS USUAL
  37. 37. TO ACHIEVE A GOAL OF ANYAMBITION, TODAY WE NEED TO COLLABORATE
  38. 38. A ONCE-IN-A- GENERATIONOPPORTUNITY TO CO- CREATE A RADICALLY BETTER WORLD
  39. 39. THAT WORKSFOR THE VASTMAJORITY NOT JUST THE LUCKY MINORITY
  40. 40. WITH THIS GREAT FREEDOMCOMES GREATRESPONSIBILITY
  41. 41. TO THINKDIFFERENTLY
  42. 42. TO QUESTION OURASSUMPTIONS & IDEAS
  43. 43. TO BECOME RADICALCOLLABORATORS
  44. 44. EXCELLING AT CO- CREATION...THE MOST IMPORTANT SKILL OF THE 21ST CENTURY
  45. 45. IN THE LONG HISTORY OF HUMANKIND(AND ANIMAL KIND, TOO) THOSE WHOLEARNED TO COLLABORATE ANDIMPROVISE MOST EFFECTIVELY HAVEPREVAILED. CHARLES DARWIN
  46. 46. IF YOU DOUBT WHAT CO-CREATION CAN DO...
  47. 47. TOGETHER EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE
  48. 48. WORDS YOUR MOST THING YOU ARE COLLEAGUES DEVELOPED PROUD OF MIGHT USE TO INNOVATION HAVING DESCRIBE YOU SKILLS COLLABORATED AT YOUR BEST ON (AND WHAT IT TAUGHT YOU)www.wecreate 67
  49. 49. What major problemSpiral 1 (s) are you passionate Focus about solving now? Problem What market do you want to challenge now? Why? What is your model of change? Vision & Harnessing these, Values what is your vision for a better world? What qualities do you value most in this vision? Skills & What value do you Talents offer the world - unique skills, experiences, talents and capacities? Spark What is your reason for existing? What special sauce do you bring to any situation?
  50. 50. Spiral 2 What it is the idea / Innovation service and what it Proposition will do? What is possible for Innovation your vision? How Opportunity could someone transform the problem? Innovation WHat value can you Insights see in the problem? What can you see that runs contrary to received wisdom? Focus Problem What is the problem you are solving? Why is it not being solved by your competitors?
  51. 51. HOW CAN I BEST SERVE WHAT’S SEEKING TO EMERGE?
  52. 52. OPEN INNOVATION ACCELERATORSJULY (TBC)MONTHLY NUGGETSSOCIAL INNOVATION CONSULTINGINNOVATION & COLLABORATIVELEADERSHIP TRAININGPEER-TO-PEER LEADERSHIP WECREATE.CCTOOLKIT21ST C CURRICULUM FORCO-CREATIVESTRANSFORMATIONALTRAVEL ULTIMATETRIP.TV

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