Changing your lense

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  • Have participants write on post-it notes what they think innovation is
  • 3D construction challenge
  • Can either collaborate or work alone on construction
  • Participants write on post-it notes the characteristics of an innovator
  • Give participants a foam or paper cup with hole in bottom. They have write as many problems they see in the community. They look into the cup through the hole and say what they can see.
  • Give each group a flipchart sheet and they have to write the 3 most common problems everyone in the group wrote on the foam or paper cup.
  • Participants turn their cups around and look through it again
  • Now the students look at the problem and say how much of the word they can see
  • If the participants were super heroes. How would they look at the problems and come up with solutions
  • How many of their problems they wrote down within their groups were actually global problems
  • How many participants actually mentioned poverty?
  • How many participants actually mentioned health?
  • How many participants actually mentioned education?
  • How many participants actually mentioned finance?
  • How many participants actually mentioned infrastructure?
  • What do you need to bear in mind when innovating for the world?
  • Groups present back their solutions
  • Help participants to think of global solutions
  • Give participants chewing gum to help them chew on their problems
  • Participants come up with solutions the groups problems and it has to be global solutions
  • Groups give feedback to the larger group
  • Changing your lense

    1. 1. CHANGING YOUR LENS
    2. 2. THE ROAD AHEAD • Check-In • What is innovation? • Characteristics of an innovator • Where to look for innovation? • Shifting our focus from the world of innovation to innovation for the world
    3. 3. WHAT IS
    4. 4. Innovation = Creativity X Execution INNOVATION EQUATION
    5. 5. Innovation means a new way of doing something. It may refer to incremental, radical, and revolutionary changes in thinking, products, processes, or organizations
    6. 6. A Blog is born… • Many ideas (many bad)
    7. 7. • Willing to take risks
    8. 8. Able to see things through
    9. 9. • Collaborator
    10. 10. Able to build/expand on what is available
    11. 11. WHERE TO LOOK FOR INNOVATION?
    12. 12. CHANGING YOUR
    13. 13. Global
    14. 14. Poverty
    15. 15. Health
    16. 16. Education
    17. 17. Finance
    18. 18. Infrastructure
    19. 19. As Innovators we need a shift of focus…
    20. 20. …from the world of innovation…
    21. 21. … to innovation for the world…
    22. 22. Measure your impact
    23. 23. What do you have in your hand?
    24. 24. Don’t be afraid to stand out
    25. 25. Grassroots Innovation
    26. 26. What resources will you need?
    27. 27. Try a different environment
    28. 28. Sustainability
    29. 29. Where do I begin?
    30. 30. Give yourself permission to think up many ideas
    31. 31. Keep chewing on the problem
    32. 32. Build on ideas that came before
    33. 33. @rlabs info@rlabs.org www.rlabs.org

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