Innovation Culture

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Presentation given at the Masters on Biotechnology and R&D Management at UPF.

Describes the different aspects to take into account in order to make the most of the innovation abilities of a group or company.

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Innovation Culture

  1. 1. Innovation CultureCreativity, Motivation and Leadership Adrián Perreau de Pinninck, Ph.D. R&D Coach @ Intelligent Pharma
  2. 2. What is innovation?Innovation is the creation of better more effectiveproducts, processes, services, technologies or ideas
  3. 3. Keys to Innovation Leadership - ability to enlist the aid of others Motivation - tool to achieve a goal Environment - surroundings, physical and emotional Creativity - the mental processes of creation
  4. 4. LeadershipAny group of people is essentially a tribe
  5. 5. Tribal Maturity StagesIt’s all about how you relate and what languageyou use
  6. 6. Servant LeaderAchieving results by giving priority attention to theneeds of their colleagues
  7. 7. Noble Cause, Values, GoalsWith a potent vision of where they are going, theywill figure out how to get there
  8. 8. Extrinsic MotivationIt only works for repetitive tasks.The creative capacity is reduced.
  9. 9. Intrinsic MotivationGetting them to act because of their need for:Autonomy, Mastery and Purpose.
  10. 10. Achieving ChangeDirect the Rider, Motivate the Elephant,Shape the Path
  11. 11. Innovation-friendly EnvironmentRemove separations, movable furniture,whiteboard walls, post-it notes, accessible info
  12. 12. Knowledge SharingWikis and Visual management toolsSeminars and Workshops
  13. 13. Continuous ImprovementKaizen - evolutionary and incrementalKaikaku - revolutionary and radical
  14. 14. Creation ProcessFrom problem description to solution
  15. 15. Gathering InformationGoals and Objectives, Information tree, Mind map,Defining paradigm, Dominant ideas, Hidden assumptions
  16. 16. Generating AlternativesChallenging assumptions, fractionation, reversal,analogies & metaphors, random stimulation, ...
  17. 17. EvaluationFilter bad ideas, experiment with the good onesand implement those that worked
  18. 18. Group CreationTechniques Brainstorming 6 Thinking Hats Work Cafe Retrospective Open Innovation
  19. 19. ConclusionsA company is a tribe with it’s own cultureAs an integral part of the complex system you can onlyinfluence it from withinInnovation can come from anyone, be preparedSetting up the appropriate environment takesresources, if done correctly it will pay off
  20. 20. Bibliography Management 3.0: Leading agile developers, developing agile leaders Tribal Leadership: Leveraging natural groups to build a thriving organization Switch: How to change things when change is hard Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us Lateral Thinking: Creativity step by step

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