Knowledge = Innovation

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Another "hyper keynote" presentation - 130 slides in about 45 minutes, with voice-over, when done "live." This presentation was given at the KM Forum in Waltham, MA on 9/20/2007, updated again in 2009.

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  • @walkerkkw - thanks for pointing out that problem. I've re-uploaded, and confirmed that the images are in place (again).
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  • In looking at the slides that should contain images, they are blank.
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  • thanks its intrsting
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  • Imran - thanks for the commentary, great to see you here, and great catching up recently.



    Paper mindmapping vs. electronic is a tough one. I love the flexibility of digital, perhaps that's too much of a crutch. My handwriting is terrible, but in a pinch, a piece of paper and pen beats nothing at all to map with.



    Nice one-liner - will have to use that in a future presentation on this topic! Bought a huge roll of butcher paper for my kids and the home easel recently - definitely not 'portable.'<br /><br/>
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  • Good question Wayne - I believe my learning style is a mix, perhaps leaning towards visual means (although you've seen my writing, which with any luck is 'logical'). While a mindmap is clearly visual, and the experts do suggest mixing text, color, different line thickness, curvature AND visuals, it seems to me that creating a mindmap (or any other mapping technique) can easily be 'mixed media' (visual and logical) if you follow me.

    Particularly with most electronic mindmapping tools, you can easily flip between an outline mode (standard logical layout) and a visual mindmap view), and get the best of both worlds. As I'm continuing to pick up steam in using mindmaps, concept maps and others, going electronic (as in many other content creation cases), just has far greater utility to me. So while the mindmapping 'purists' opt for paper (and obviously it's easier to grab a piece of paper and pen just about anywhere), the electronic variants work FAR better for me.

    Anyone else have some insights into learning styles and who could weigh in on Wayne's question? Join the conversation! (here, or back on the blog at www.BizTechTalk.com)

    Thanks for the comment, and great seeing you at the KM Forum. Been a long time!

    Cheers,
    Dan
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Knowledge = Innovation

  1. 1. Tools for Knowledge and Innovation! Dan Keldsen - Co-founder at InformationArchitected.com!
  2. 2. (examples from Chuck Frey’s “Power Tips & Strategies for Mind Mapping, Second Edition”!
  3. 3. (examples from Chuck Frey’s “Power Tips & Strategies for Mind Mapping, Second Edition”!
  4. 4. (examples from Chuck Frey’s “Power Tips & Strategies for Mind Mapping, Second Edition”!
  5. 5. (examples from Chuck Frey’s “Power Tips & Strategies for Mind Mapping, Second Edition”!
  6. 6. (examples from Chuck Frey’s “Power Tips & Strategies for Mind Mapping, Second Edition”!
  7. 7. From liftfest.org Content Architecture 17 July 2002 See also the liftfest.org styleguide at www.liftfest.org/styleguide By Timo Arnall www.elasticspace.com
  8. 8. Finding the Common and Uncommon Threads!
  9. 9. ...as when it’s your only one!
  10. 10. ...a MILLION...!
  11. 11. Sustainably, For Everyone, All the Time!
  12. 12. Expand & Strengthen!
  13. 13. Using TRIZ Toolbox!
  14. 14. ThinkPak! Creative Whack Pack! Innovative Whack Pack! Ideation International Innovation Planner! Inventium: The Inventive Card Game!
  15. 15. Innovator’s Dilemma (Threats) &! Innovator’s Solution (Opportunities)!
  16. 16. Differentiate (Strengths) &! Avoid/Minimize (Weaknesses)!
  17. 17. (Management strategy by reading the newspaper)!
  18. 18. Using TRIZ Toolbox!
  19. 19. Systems Thinking - TRIZ Style! (blank)! (blank)! (blank)! (blank)! YOUR PROBLEM HERE! (blank)! (blank)! (blank)! (blank)!
  20. 20. Past! Present! Future! Sub- system! (blank)! (blank)! (blank)! System! (blank)! YOUR PROBLEM HERE! (blank)! Super- system! (blank)! (blank)! (blank)!
  21. 21. !  Past: If I could travel back in time and do something to prevent this problem, what would it be?! !  Present: If I could do something different right now so that this problem wouldn’t be happening, what would it be?! !  Future: The problem is happening, and I wasn’t able to prevent it. How can I fix it?!
  22. 22. !  Sub-systems: the parts that make up the system! !  System: the problem/issue/conundrum itself! !  Super-systems: the environment the system operates in!
  23. 23. Example 1! Example 2! Example 3! Sub- system! Equipment! DoctorNurseRecords! Pages! Words! Concepts! Pictures! Cars! Trucks! Buses! Roads! System! Doctor’s Office! Book! Transportation! Super- system! Healthcare! Library! Bookstore! Online Bookstore! Society!
  24. 24. Process TRIZ!
  25. 25. Getting used to terminology of a new mapping system is always fun!
  26. 26. 1. Find a way to eliminate,reduce or prevent [the] (Company going out of business) in order to avoid [the] (Redundancy). ! 2. Find a way to eliminate,reduce or prevent [the] (Redundancy) in order to avoid [the] (Money running out),under the conditions of [the] (Company going out of business),then think how to provide [the] (Time to think).!
  27. 27. 3. Try to resolve the following contradiction: The harmful factor [the] (Redundancy) should not exist in order to avoid [the] (Money running out),and should be in place in order to provide or enhance [the] (Time to think).! 4. Find a way to eliminate,reduce or prevent [the] (Money running out) in order to avoid [the] (Family breakdown),under the conditions of [the] (Redundancy). !
  28. 28. 5. Find an alternative way to obtain [the] (Time to think) that offers the following: provides or enhances [the] (New career idea),does not require [the] (Redundancy).! 6. Find an alternative way to obtain [the] (New career idea) that offers the following: eliminates,reduces or prevents [the] (Money running out),does not require [the] (Time to think).!
  29. 29. But it creates opportunity... turn weakness to strength, and ride the disruption!
  30. 30. Dan Keldsen! Co-founder at ! www.InformationArchitected.com/InnovationManagement! dk@InformationArchitected.com! 617-933-9655!
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