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Opening Keynote: The Reinventors: How Extraordinary Organizations Pursue Radical Continuous Change

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Session: Opening Keynote: The Reinventors: How Extraordinary Organizations Pursue Radical Continuous Change
Presented by: Jason Jennings , Author, Speaker, Business Expert
Date and time: Tuesday, June 25, 8:30am
pcma.org/educon

Published in: Education, Business

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  • 1. You told me• Constant pressure to do more with less• Intense pressure to perform• Unappreciated; many of us are not properly valuedby our companies• Need to be faster and more nimble• We’re seen as a cost center and always being over-scrutinized• It’s time to reinvent what we do
  • 2. TodayThe 5 Secrets of Reinvention: Embracing ConstantChange and Growth
  • 3. Data driven discovery• Screened more than 220,000 companies• Studied more than 45,000 businesses• Interviewed more than 11,000 CEO’sand business owners• Generated more than 500,000 pages of interviewtranscripts• Wrote the books onspeed, productivity, growth, leadership andreinvention
  • 4. A few of the world’s best
  • 5. Secret 1Leaders who embrace constant change and achievenonstop growth have aBIG noble purpose
  • 6. Big noble purpose• Bold• It’s not what you do but why you do it• The non financial reason for doing what you do• Fixes something wrong• More than a goal – it’s the journey• Give meaning to people’s lives
  • 7. Big noble purpose• Provides the reason for going to work• Creates and maintains the momentum• Gains alignment• Builds the cultureThe right culture is the only competitive advantage!
  • 8. Secret 2Leaders who embrace constant change and achievenonstop growth are committed todouble-digit growth
  • 9. Double digit growth• Attracts the right people• Keeps the right people• Grows the right people• Gets rid of the wrongpeople• Improves the fortunes offamilies• Allows for reinvestment inthe business• Forces you to stay aheadof customers• Turns vendors/suppliersinto partners• Keeps the attention ofinvestors• Makes communitiesbetter places• Makes people feel part ofa winning team
  • 10. Secret 3Leaders who embrace constant change andachieve nonstop growthlet go
  • 11. Letting go• Yesterday’s breadwinners• Ego• Same old-same old• Conventional wisdom
  • 12. When you let go• Better able to deal with change• Stay more focused than your rivals• Innovation happens
  • 13. Secret 4Leaders who embrace constant change andachieve nonstop growthmake lots of small bets
  • 14. Small bets• New store design• Wine and beer testing• Evolution fresh juices• Mobile payment withSquare• Big push in digitalmedia• Via – instant coffee• New logo• Rewards on Starbuckscards• Teavana• Free Wi-Fi• La Boulange• Starbucks Petites• Oatmeal –huge hit
  • 15. Rules for small bets• No skunking• Everyone gets heard• Fail fast• Learn not punish
  • 16. Secret 5Leaders who embrace constant change andachieve nonstop growth are?
  • 17. Secret 5Leaders who embrace constant change andachieve nonstop growth areGood Stewards
  • 18. Stewardship• Service over short term self-interest• Abandoning power over others• Preserving natural and human resources• Nurturing, authentic, mentoring and selflessness
  • 19. Good Stewards• Share information• Are accessible• Keep their hands dirty• Are fearless about growth• Stand for something• Get rid of superficial distinctions• Make everything better• Are coaches and mentors• Are called to serve
  • 20. Remember what you told me• Constant pressure to do more with less• Intense pressure to perform• Unappreciated; many of us are not properly valuedby our companies• Need to be faster and more nimble• We’re seen as a cost center and always being over-scrutinized• It’s time to reinvent what we do
  • 21. Imagine when you embrace• A shared noble purpose• A commitment to double digit improvement• Letting go• Being explorers making lots of small bets• Being servant leaders
  • 22. The extraordinary happensand great leaders andcompaniesinnovate, reinvent ,growand achieve their fullpotential!jason@jason-jennings.comJason-jennings.com