Creating a Culture of Innovation in Your Library and Community (SMSD)

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A presentation for Shawnee Missions School District School Librarians. You’ve watched innovative libraries grow and implement many ideas that you wish you could start in your library. But, you’re not sure where to start, or how to get buy-in, or how to get support. Come to this session for an active and lively discussion on how to find innovative ideas and people, get support, and learn from other libraries’ experiences.

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Creating a Culture of Innovation in Your Library and Community (SMSD)

  1. 1. Creating a Culture of Innovation in Your Library & Community Heather BraumNortheast Kansas Library SystemSMSD Librarians, February 2012 Sources: http://goo.gl/qhdnv & http://goo.gl/Txklk
  2. 2. Disclaimers Source: http://goo.gl/zNS1N
  3. 3. I’m not an expert
  4. 4. You are.
  5. 5. Images under Creative Commons license
  6. 6. Examples from allover the profession.
  7. 7. What is Innovation? The dictionary says....
  8. 8. something new or differentintroduction of new things ormethods Source: dictionary.com
  9. 9. That’s really helpful... Source: http://goo.gl/KwbgP
  10. 10. What do others say?
  11. 11. Innovation is....“Adding value”“frosting”“not original intent”“amaze”“astonish”“free to explore, use” develop, question Special thanks to colleagues who gave definitions
  12. 12. Innovation is....“a twisted idea -- a new approach that you feellike YOU should have come up with -- thatchanges the way a culture thinks or works”“ignores standards or status quo”“focuses on form/function in a new way that isdisruptive (in a good way)”“a twist on a simple concept” Special thanks to colleagues who gave definitions
  13. 13. Another take Source: http://goo.gl/Ja4ZM
  14. 14. “If you’re not doingsomething crazy, you’re doing the wrong things.” --Google CEO Larry Page Source: Wired Magazine, http://goo.gl/qzeTz
  15. 15. “Innovation will provide us with not just delightful gadgetry but solutions to our problems and inspiration for our dreams.” --Google CEO Larry Page Source: Wired Magazine, http://goo.gl/qzeTz
  16. 16. Your definitions?Source: http://goo.gl/AfUF7
  17. 17. Who can innovate?
  18. 18. InnovativeOrganizations
  19. 19. Apple Source: www.apple.com
  20. 20. Amazon Source: www.amazon.com
  21. 21. Xerox Source: www.xerox.com
  22. 22. Zappos Source: www.zappos.com
  23. 23. Google Source: www.google.com
  24. 24. NASA/JPL Source: www.nasa.gov & www.jpl.nasa.gov
  25. 25. Cheezburger Network Source: icanhas.cheezburger.com
  26. 26. Mozilla Foundation Source: www.mozilla.org
  27. 27. Open Courseware Source: ocw.mit.edu
  28. 28. AnyThink Libraries Source: www.anythinklibraries.org
  29. 29. McAllen Public Library Source: www.mcallenlibrary.net
  30. 30. Ann ArborDistrict Library Source: www.aadl.org
  31. 31. NYPL Labs Source: menus.nypl.org
  32. 32. NCSU Libraries Source: library.ncsu.edu
  33. 33. Kinsley Public Library Source: http://goo.gl/nhZvx
  34. 34. Other innovative organizations?school library examples? Source: http://goo.gl/AfUF7
  35. 35. Innovative Ideas
  36. 36. The Internet Source: http://goo.gl/tJFQD
  37. 37. A Free Public Library Source: http://goo.gl/yUxsd
  38. 38. Photography & Perspective Source: http://goo.gl/5H1A1
  39. 39. Memestextsfromhillaryclinton.tumblr.com & mckaylaisnotimpressed.tumblr.com
  40. 40. iPod(and its headphones) Source: http://goo.gl/QQT20
  41. 41. Open... Source: http://goo.gl/mTa7H
  42. 42. TED... Ideas worth spreading Source: http://goo.gl/mTa7H
  43. 43. AIDS & video gamers Source: http://goo.gl/krbyd
  44. 44. Pumpkin Trash bags Source: http://goo.gl/oPwh3
  45. 45. Navajo Code Talkers Source: http://goo.gl/JlSva
  46. 46. News- Radio Film papers Source: http://goo.gl/40gDU Source: http://goo.gl/fQPYN Source: http://goo.gl/AA4Cz Jazz TV Phone Source: http://goo.gl/77K1t Source: http://goo.gl/0dnt1 Source: http://goo.gl/fQPYN Online Video Social Video games Networks Source: http://goo.gl/u5haI Source: http://goo.gl/XTHzh Source: http://goo.gl/shtj6Mass Media & Entertainment
  47. 47. Zipper Sticky Poptabs Notes Source: http://goo.gl/LAVvo Source: http://goo.gl/wDuX7 Source: http://goo.gl/tD43M SiliconRoomba Valley... Source: http://goo.gl/875Px Source: http://goo.gl/fQPYN Air Colored Printing Plane Plastic Press Source: http://goo.gl/o8f6i Source: http://goo.gl/QrNpe Source: http://goo.gl/aRYLX Inventions...
  48. 48. Basketball Source: http://goo.gl/59iSw
  49. 49. Unconferences Source: http://goo.gl/ITyDl
  50. 50. MakeShop & Fred Rogers Photos by Heather
  51. 51. Apple Mobile Devices Source: http://goo.gl/0mTfr
  52. 52. Community-built parks: imagined by the kids Source: personal photo
  53. 53. Innovative Examplesin Libraries
  54. 54. Converting Old into New Source: http://goo.gl/p4lpf
  55. 55. Tech Central @ Cleveland PL Source: http://goo.gl/sLXps
  56. 56. underground library Minneapolis, MN Source: http://goo.gl/Txklk
  57. 57. Maker Spaces Source: http://goo.gl/tKQCH
  58. 58. Art Gallery Source: photo courtesy of morrillpubliclibrary on Flickr
  59. 59. Bookstore Model Source: http://goo.gl/O65bM
  60. 60. Food & Drink Source: http://goo.gl/3r2S7
  61. 61. LibraryParking Garage Source: http://goo.gl/4AM5
  62. 62. Branding Source: http://goo.gl/l33jn
  63. 63. Jonesboro Library Marketing Source: http://goo.gl/EUU4Q
  64. 64. Orientation Scavenger Hunt More info: http://goo.gl/UuAyd Source: http://goo.gl/LvV15
  65. 65. YouTube Video: http://goo.gl/DQkuVideo spoofs: BYU
  66. 66. @IArtLibrariesLibrary as Incubator http://goo.gl/1RmSC Source: http://goo.gl/oxFC8
  67. 67. KLOW Project Source: Library Website Screenshots, 2010-2012
  68. 68. Koha Source: http://goo.gl/aY553
  69. 69. Statewide Courier Service Source: NEKLS photos
  70. 70. Exhibits Source: Kansas Humanities Council, http://goo.gl/3AqWc
  71. 71. Community Education Source: photos courtesy of Salina Public Library
  72. 72. Digital Learning Labs Source: photo courtesy of juggernautco on Flickr
  73. 73. Programming Source: photo courtesy of Wayne Rhodus
  74. 74. Music... Source: photo courtesy of theunquietlibrary on Flickr
  75. 75. Job Help Source: http://goo.gl/NJ1Cx
  76. 76. Legos at theLibrary Source: http://goo.gl/q3YUZ
  77. 77. Language Learning Source: http://goo.gl/Q8Rse
  78. 78. http://goo.gl/NJ1Cx http://goo.gl/NJ1CxSkype an Author Source: skypeanauthor.wetpaint.com
  79. 79. Human Library Source: http://goo.gl/erkkz
  80. 80. Checking out....(cakepans; bikes; ...) Source: http://goo.gl/KsCiU
  81. 81. AASL Standards
  82. 82. Creative Budgets Source: http://goo.gl/XPzQz
  83. 83. Almost no books Source: http://goo.gl/H7dck
  84. 84. Library hours Source: http://goo.gl/BXLve
  85. 85. Book talks Source: http://goo.gl/UpzNY
  86. 86. Vod/Pod/Screencasting Source: http://goo.gl/daaeE
  87. 87. Displays ideas... from Pinterest Source: http://goo.gl/6JJZh
  88. 88. Cheap library tips...again from Pinterest Source: http://goo.gl/t0vzx
  89. 89. Common Core & Kansas Source: http://goo.gl/fGwS8
  90. 90. Safe Place Source: http://goo.gl/TXozq
  91. 91. Open Ed Resources Source: http://goo.gl/QkpqM
  92. 92. Leadership Source: http://goo.gl/pJdUy
  93. 93. Speed/Blind Dating Source: Lawrence PL Facebook Page
  94. 94. No Dewey Source: http://goo.gl/5h2wx
  95. 95. Technology Source: http://goo.gl/SoZ1G
  96. 96. Communication Source: http://goo.gl/af7wL
  97. 97. Curation Source: http://goo.gl/9OW5L
  98. 98. Horizon Reports Source: http://goo.gl/mEa2I
  99. 99. Teaching :) Source: http://goo.gl/HJXGS
  100. 100. Other innovative ideas? Source: http://goo.gl/AfUF7
  101. 101. Pause for questions Source: http://goo.gl/w2Blc
  102. 102. SharedQualities ofInnovation
  103. 103. YouTube Video:http://goo.gl/ncUQdJack Andraka
  104. 104. Your Observations? Source: http://goo.gl/AfUF7
  105. 105. Enthusiasm
  106. 106. Personal
  107. 107. Curious
  108. 108. Tenacious
  109. 109. Luck
  110. 110. Support
  111. 111. Resolute
  112. 112. Caring
  113. 113. Problem-Solver
  114. 114. Partnerships
  115. 115. Collaboration
  116. 116. Failure isn’t the end Source: http://goo.gl/oxFC8
  117. 117. How do youbegin to innovate?
  118. 118. The Five Whys Source: http://goo.gl/g9yNo & Diana Weaver
  119. 119. The Jefferson Memorial Source: http://goo.gl/mTa7H
  120. 120. Name a problem Source: http://goo.gl/mTa7H
  121. 121. Ask Why Source: http://goo.gl/mTa7H
  122. 122. Get an Answer Source: http://goo.gl/mTa7H
  123. 123. Ask Why about THAT Source: http://goo.gl/mTa7H
  124. 124. Repeat 5 times Source: http://goo.gl/mTa7H
  125. 125. Think like a startup disruptive ideas (1) about new processes (1) reinventing what we do & how we think about it (1) “innovation is messy” (3) innovation must be embedded at all levels (3) Source: Think like a startup, Brian Mathews, http://goo.gl/uQ1eE
  126. 126. Think like a startup “conditioned for constant change” (4) “building a platform” (4) “framework for action” (4) “culture” (4) learn from failures (5) “we don’t ask BIG ENOUGH questions” (8) Source: Think like a startup, Brian Mathews, http://goo.gl/uQ1eE
  127. 127. Ask:What business are you in? Source: Marketing Myopia, Theodore Levitt, Harvard Business Review, 1960
  128. 128. Your ideas to innovate?Source: http://goo.gl/AfUF7
  129. 129. Idea Sources
  130. 130. Your Colleagues
  131. 131. Other Librarians
  132. 132. Other Professions
  133. 133. Your Community
  134. 134. TEDwww.ted.com
  135. 135. Brian Mathewshttp://goo.gl/avZwK
  136. 136. The Heart of Innovation http://www.ideachampions.com/weblogs
  137. 137. @IArtLibrariesLibrary as Incubator http://goo.gl/1RmSC Source: http://goo.gl/oxFC8
  138. 138. A brief PSAabout grants...
  139. 139. Quickly, share 3Innovative Ideas Source: http://goo.gl/AfUF7
  140. 140. Then.....
  141. 141. Discussion: Break up into small groups of5-6 people, have a recorder
  142. 142. Spend 10 minutes:1.Who is your school’s community?2.What are their needs, theiraspirations, their dreams?3. How could the library serve itscommunity better?
  143. 143. Discussion:Rotate groups -- try to change to a group with “new” faces, again, 5-6 people, have a recorder.
  144. 144. Spend 10 minutes:1.What is an dream YOU have for yourschool community?2. How might you achieve that dream?
  145. 145. “Librarians” canchange the world Source: From the R(squared) conference,
  146. 146. YouTube Video: http://goo.gl/XEemj Special thanks to Buffy Hamilton & Helen Blowers for this idea. “Librarians” canchange the world
  147. 147. Another take Source: http://goo.gl/b3JDj
  148. 148. Further ReadingAdapt: why success always starts with failure(Harford)Steal like an artist: 10 things nobody told youabout being creative (Kleon)Where good ideas come from: The naturalhistory of innovation (Johnson)The little black book of innovation: how it works;how to do it (Anthony)The myth of innovation (Berkun)
  149. 149. Further ReadingThe art of innovation (Kelley)Change the culture, change the game (Connors)The other side of innovation: solving theexecution challenge (Govindarajan)Taking people with you: the only way to makeBIG things happen (Novak)In pursuit of elegance (May)
  150. 150. Further ReadingStart with why (Sinek)To sell is human (Pink)The work of hope (Harwood)Enchantment: The art of changing hearts, mindsand actions (Kawasaki)
  151. 151. Further ReadingMarketing Myopia (Levitt), Harvard BusinessReview, 1960Think like a startup (Mathews), http://goo.gl/uQ1eEFresh copy: how Ursula Burns ReinventedXerox: http://goo.gl/ZFZ1m
  152. 152. The end.... ...radioactive cat took over Photos by Heather
  153. 153. Contact mePresentation Information: www.heatherbraum.infoContact information: Email: hbraum@nekls.org Twitter: @hbraum http://about.me/hbraum

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