How to Be An Innovator: Your Personal Roadmap

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How to be more innovative? Some advice from the experts on how to design your personal innovation roadmap -- in three steps. Slides from a keynote presentation prepared for Queen's School of Business Innovation Summit, 2014.

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How to Be An Innovator: Your Personal Roadmap

  1. Design a Personal Innovation Plan: 3-Step Roadmap
  2. innovation what’s the secret ?
  3. how to turn insights into actionable ideas
  4. “ Around here we don’t look backwards for long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors, doing new things. Curiosity leads us down new paths. — Walt Disney
  5. the challenge: to design a personal innovation roadmap a clear track to follow getting you from where you are now, to where you want to be next year
  6. 1 become an expert. commit to continuous lifelong learning & professional development
  7. “ Learning and innovation go hand in hand. The arrogance of success is to think that what you did yesterday will be sufficient for tomorrow. — William Pollard
  8. Now granted, developing deep smarts takes time so focus on what matters and resolve to learn more about those things every single day.
  9. For every job across the company, the No. 1 thing we look for is general cognitive ability. It’s not I.Q. It’s learning ability. The ability to process on the fly. To pull together disparate bits of information. — Laszlo Bock, SVP Human Resources, Google
  10. Make sure you give yourself enough uninterrupted time for you to think because privacy often increases productivity. work hard. alone.
  11. become an infovore read everything. ask lots of questions try to connect the dots
  12. “ Questions are like keys that unlock doors in our lives and work. The challenge is finding the right key to unlock the right door. — Hal B. Gregersen
  13. always seek: a steeper trajectory Perform a skills audit: what do you want to be significantly better at in 3 months? set clear goals + deadlines
  14. “Think to build, build to think.” — Tim Brown, IDEO
  15. there is magic in the remix “ The winner is the chef who takes the same ingredients as everyone else and produces the best result. -- Edward de Bono
  16. 3 assemble your team. collaborate + crowdsource
  17. innovate with people not for them get to know your audience. solve their problems.
  18. “ Pitch your product to friends, family, angels, journalists, random people you meet on the street. You’ll see patterns in their responses. Do their eyes light up? Do they return a blank stare? — Prerna Gupta
  19. “ The best vision is insight. — Malcolm Forbes
  20. purposeful interactions with diverse Thanks Dyer & Christensen: The Innovator’s DNA connections the currency of innovation
  21. your advisory board assemble find a mentor. now find another one. to keep you on track. give feedback. and to remind you that...
  22. “ The only way to do great work is to love what you do. — Steve Jobs
  23. your personal innovation roadmap in three steps hone your expertise flex your creativity assemble your team
  24. This keynote presentation was prepared for the 2014 Queen’s School of Business Innovation Summit. All Rights Reserved © Sidneyeve Matrix.

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