Change Be creative Become innovative leaders Get to know few tools Putting it to practice
Be creative “ You can never solve a problem on the level on which it was created. ” Albert Einstein S!OP FѲLLOWIGИ RUL Ξ S : With the exception of gravity almost all the rules are negotiable, someone just made them up. S!OP FѲLLOWIGИ RUL Ξ S : It ’ s no longer about what you can ’ t do. It ’ s about what you can do.
Be creative Problem definition Tools to Use Change
1. Five Ws and H Who? Why? What? Where? When? How? Can be used : To generate data-gathering questions To generate idea-provoking questions
2. Chunk Up General perspective “ What ’ s this a part of? ”
3. Chunk Down “ What are parts of this? ” Specific
1. Tackle any issue with the list of 100 State your issue or question in the top of a blank sheet of paper and come up with a list of one hundred answers or solutions about it . “ 100 Ways to Generate Income ” , “ 100 Ways to be More Creative ” .
2 . BrainWriting Better than Brainstorming? 3 ideas in 3 minutes from each participant Rotation
5 min for each participant to draw one or more sketches of how it might be solved, passing each sketch on to the person on their right to develop further & create the new ones 3. BrainSketching
Choose the topic=problem in your group;
Define the problem by using a technique that you like and try to find a solution;
Use your handouts;
You have 15 min;
How did it go?? What ’ s next?
So you ’ re innovating.... Great! But, how do you actually create and manage change ?
“ You can never solve a problem on the level on which it was created. ” Albert Einstein
What we focus on creates reality (language matters!) Asking questions influences We should be carrying forward the best of the past Embrace diversity Theory
Perspective “ Organizations are problems to be solved ” “ Organizations are the solutions & mysteries waiting be uncovered ”
Discover - The best of what is When were you at your most innovative?