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Create new value: innovate and collaborate (co-create). The new paths to innovate depend on focus, performance and ways to collaborate

Create new value: innovate and collaborate (co-create). The new paths to innovate depend on focus, performance and ways to collaborate

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  • Open innovation Co-creationbecause a
 IS NOT A BUSINESS!
  • Frits OukesBusiness designer
Facilitator | Researcher

  • Everything changes

  • We are not living in the beginning of the 20th century anymore

  • Who s to blame?

  • Father of scientific management
 Study work to find the best way
 Management by exception
 Standardize work into tasks
 Compensate workers on performance
 
In the past, the man was first. In the future, the system will be first. (1911)
 
 Frederick Winslow Taylor (1856 - 1915)

  • innovation
 and
 efficiency
 
 are the standard in business
The new age of innovation C.K. Prahalad (2008) 

  • Innovation the power to bring 
 new added value 
 to the world
 
if it is not new to you, something new 
when you do not adopt it, 
 which is adopted 
and 
 and 
you don t talk about it, 
 talked about with others
than it is no innovation!

  • Innovation strategies?improvement or suggestion system
 design (thinking)
 lean startup | incubator lab
 new venture teams
 (customer) co-creation
 open innovation

  • Innovation planning
  • Innovations and reality? As many executives know from theirown experience, organisations depend on people, not systems.
 
 Innovations fail by assumptions of people instead of the real data from the field! 

  • Innovations and reality? Derived from Paths of change 
 W. McWhinney, Webber, Smith and Novokowsky (1997):
 
Innovation begins with your look at the world:

  • Performance in innovations? ...because how I look at the world,
 is critical to the way
 I collaborate, learn, adopt and develop innovations 

  • Look at the world! point-of-view or weltanschauung:
 
 humeur
 four winds
 archetypes
From Will McWinney (1997) Realities
  • Realities! unitary
 mythic
 sensory
 social
From Will McWinney, Creating paths of Change (1997)
  • most real for youhow things usually happen Realities!accepting change unitary
 mythic
 truth
 ideas
 by form
 by creation
 no basic change
 everything was and is as I will it
 sensory
 social
 facts
 feelings
 by precedence
 by intention
no uncaused change
 fully accept change

  • GET OUT OF THE BUILDING
  • Waarom? ...ontdekken van betere opties...
 Frits Oukes frits.oukes@redmerito.nl nl.linkedin.com/in/fritsoukes @FritsOukes #innogame #leanproto +31 6 29 576 884Inspired by the work of Cees Zwart, Manfred Kets de Vries, Rupert Sheldrake, Peter Block, Marcel Wanrooij, Eric Berne, Frank Oomkes,Gareth Morgan, Everett Rogers, Stewart R. Clegg, Peter Drucker, Peter Senge, Leon de Caluwe, Bob de Wit, Astrid Schreyogg, Rolf Mulder,Peter Scott, Peter Checkland, Kenwyn Smith, Larry Hirschhorn Joe Pine, Joop Swieringa, Matt Taylor. Daniel Kahneman, Donald A. Schon,Edgar H. Schein, Goos Geursen, Barbara B. Bunker & Billie T. Alban, Andre Wierdsma, C.K. Prahalad, Henry Chesbrough, VenkatRamaswamy, James Surowiecki, John P. Kotter, Dee Hock, Charles LeadBeater, Mark H. Moore, Emmanuel Gobillot, Manfred van Doorn,Tim Brown, Tom Kelley, Roger Martin, Carol S. Dweck, Alexander Osterwalder, Dan Roam, David Sibbbet, Steve Blank, Brant Cooper andWill McWhinney