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Innovation can be trained! 5 discovery principles from the Innovator's DNA.

Innovation can be trained! 5 discovery principles from the Innovator's DNA.


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  • 1. INNOVATION can be trainedBY SLIDES THAT ROCK
  • 2. “ One’s ability to generate innovative ideas is not merely a function of themind, but also a function of behaviors.If we can change our behaviors, we can ” improve our creative impact. - Clayton Christensen
  • 3. INNOVATION
  • 4. 5 discovery SKILLS
  • 5. ASSOCIATINGQUESTIONINGOBSERVINGEXPERIMENTINGNETWORKING
  • 6. ASSOCIATING
  • 7. ASSOCIATING Connecting seemingly unrelated questions,problems, or ideas from different fields.
  • 8. “ ” Creativity is connecting things. - Steve Jobs, Apple
  • 9. TIP #1 Imagine how someone from a different company would look at your challenge from an entirely new perspective. What is different?
  • 10. How would Lady Gaga design a chocolate dessert?
  • 11. QUESTIONING
  • 12. QUESTIONING Asking questions tounderstand how things really are today, why they are that way, and how they might be changed or disrupted.
  • 13. “ The important and difficult job isnever to find the right answers, it is to ” find the right question. - Peter Drucker
  • 14. TIP #2 ? Brainstorm questions about the problem. Create a list of 50 questions and pick the best ones to explore further.
  • 15. WhatWhyWhenWhoWhereHow
  • 16. OBSERVING
  • 17. OBSERVING Carefully watching theworld to help gain insightsinto and ideas for new ways of doing things.
  • 18. “Observing is the big gamechanger in our company. ” - Scott Cook, Intuit
  • 19. TIP #3 Pick a company you admire to observe and follow. Find out everything you can about what the company does and how it does it. What ideas can be transferred?
  • 20. EXPERIMENTING
  • 21. EXPERIMENTING Constantly visiting newplaces, trying new things,seeking new information, and experimenting to learn new things.
  • 22. “ I haven’t failed... I’ve just found 10,000 ways that do not work. ” - Thomas Edison
  • 23. TIP #4 Explore the world by engaging in new activities. Join new social or professional activities beyond your normal sphere.
  • 24. NETWORKING
  • 25. NETWORKING Going out of the way to meet people with wildly different backgrounds andperspectives to extend your own knowledge.
  • 26. “ People who think outside the box often talk to people who play in a ” different box to get new ideas. - Clayton Christensen
  • 27. TIP #5 Schedule breakfast, lunch or dinner with someone new every week.
  • 28. JamieOliver! Lady Gaga!
  • 29. INNOVATION
  • 30. 5 discovery SKILLS
  • 31. ASSOCIATINGQUESTIONINGOBSERVINGEXPERIMENTINGNETWORKING
  • 32. “Innovators actively desire to changethe status quo, and they regularly take ” smart risks to make it happen. - Clayton Christensen
  • 33. INNOVATION can be trainedBY SLIDES THAT ROCK
  • 34. INSPIRED BYContent: “The Innovator’s DNA: Mastering the Five Skills ofDisruptive Innovators” by Clayton Christensen et al.Theme and Font: The London Underground and the famoussigns using Johnston Sans typeface designed by EdwardJohnston. The font used is the later version ‘ITC Johnston’.Illustrations: “La Linea” created by Italian CartoonistOsvaldo Cavandoli as well as the Noun Project (Symbols).Colors: The color palette is based on the front page ofMonocle’s issue 33 (May 2010).BY SLIDES THAT ROCK
  • 35. slides rock that www.slidesthatrock.com