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OI Chess Paradigm: How To Implement Open Innovation (Short)

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Describes the OI Chess Paradigm. A toolbox which provides a structured approach to transform organizations from closed to open, using leadership styles and organizational identity, with attention to …

Describes the OI Chess Paradigm. A toolbox which provides a structured approach to transform organizations from closed to open, using leadership styles and organizational identity, with attention to people, operations, policy and culture. The first approach which focusses on input instead of vague (possible) output of open innovation!


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  • Operations: processes & infrastructure (Bouchikhi & Kimberly)<number>
  • 2 main types of leadership... (also: ‘managing expectations’?) transformational leader is able to handle all dimensions<number>
  • Closed to open over 4 intertwined fields of attention, taking into account 3 additional dimensions of change management, leadership & OID... Quite difficult...20
  • The king moves only one vacant square in any direction. It can also castle in conjunction with a rook.<number>
  • The queen moves any number of vacant squares in any direction along a row, column, or diagonal.<number>
  • The rook moves any number of vacant squares along rows or columns (forward, backward, left or right). It also is involved when castling.<number>
  • The knight moves to a vacant square in an \"L\"-shape (two spaces forward, backward, left, or right and one space perpendicular to it). The knight can jump over other pieces when moving.<number>
  • The bishop moves any number of vacant squares diagonally. Consequently a bishop stays on squares of the same color throughout a game.<number>
  • The pawn can only move forward one space, or optionally two spaces when on its starting square, in a straight line away from the player. When there is an enemy piece one square diagonally from the pawn (either left or right), then the pawn may capture that piece. A pawn can perform a special type of capture of an enemy pawn called en passant. If the pawn reaches a back rank of the opposite player, it undergoes promotion to a rook, bishop, queen or knight.<number>
  • The queen moves any number of vacant squares in any direction along a row, column, or diagonal.<number>
  • Simplify by getting back to the basics: just put the heads together => use available innovation capacities!! (& involve outsiders!)<number>
  • Simplify by getting back to the basics: just put the heads together => use available innovation capacities!! (& involve outsiders!)<number>
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    • 1. How to implement open innovation? OI Chess Paradigm (short version) Rob Veldt (twitter.com/innpowerer) @ SlideShare May, 2009 ideavents 2009
    • 2. what this presentation is about PURPOSE ideavents 2009
    • 3. OI science => OI business  answers for mainstream business  OI hype focused on output  ‘what should be possible…’  impact internal organization (input)  translate abstract OI theory to concrete toolbox ideavents 2009
    • 4. DEFINITION Open innovation is the use of purposive inflows and outflows of knowledge to accelerate internal innovation, and expand the markets for external use of innovation, respectively. [This paradigm] assumes that firms can and should use external ideas as well as internal ideas, and internal and external paths to market, as they look to advance their technology (Henry Chesbrough, 2003) ideavents 2009
    • 5. open outside gather The cooperate inside Long Tail build IPR use available portfolio capacity closed low # involved high # involved ideavents 2009
    • 6. open outside co-creation crowd- (cooperate) sourcing open inside traditional brainstorm R&D (TTT) closed low # involved high # involved ideavents 2009
    • 7. what it means IMPACT ideavents 2009
    • 8. impact on organization  way of working  openness (outside vs. inside)  share to multiply  involve suppliers, customers / consumers, experts, outsiders  change... ideavents 2009
    • 9. impact: change (e.g.)  people  learning, networking, incentives, ...  operations (processes & infrastructure)  facilitate regular sharing of knowledge & creativity  web access, channels / communities (existing vs. own)  policy  information policy (IPR?)  communication policy  culture  open, less hierarchy, organic, ... ideavents 2009
    • 10. how we would do it CLOSED-OPEN ideavents 2009
    • 11. internal organization managing change ideavents 2009
    • 12. people operations policy culture ideavents 2009
    • 13. change process basics  unaware / incapable  aware / incapable  aware / capable  unaware / capable  (aware / unaware / capable)  situational leadership ideavents 2009
    • 14. internal organization leadership styles ideavents 2009
    • 15. INFO TRY USE BE (un)aware / (in)capable: UI AI AC UC (AUC) ideavents 2009
    • 16. people operations policy culture closed INFO TRY USE BE open ideavents 2009
    • 17. challenge  manage organizational change (LT)  people, operations, policy & culture  situational leadership styles  customize to evolving situation  role of organizational identity (“OID”)  define where you’re heading (end point), trust / clearness  start top-down to develop bottom-up culture  align commitment & budgets with OID! ideavents 2009
    • 18. transformational leader  (vs. transactional leader)  (task / performance driven, corrective, risk avoidance)  vision (OID), meaning, challenge  align identities, common mission  commitment / motivation  empowerment / learning  charisma, self-sacrifice; respect / trust, role model  flexible, no standards ideavents 2009
    • 19. Conceptual model for closed-open transformation OI PARADIGM ideavents 2009
    • 20. L E A D E R S H I P S T Y L E S UI AI AC UC People Operations (processes & systems) Policy Culture O R G A N I Z A T I O N A L I D E N T I T Y ideavents 2009
    • 21. OI implementation is complex, but what if it’s a game... SIMPLIFY ideavents 2009
    • 22. Why Chess?  archetype for serious game  strategy  anticipation & scenarios  clear goal & simple rules  collection of little steps (squares)  accurate ideavents 2009
    • 23. implement open innovation: LET’S PLAY! ideavents 2009
    • 24. Transformational leader 8  plays the game 7  vision 6  strategic 5  empowers pieces 4  aligns pieces with common mission 3 2 1 a b c d e f g h ideavents 2009
    • 25. King organization heading to open innovation core / core business new organizational ID protect with rest of chess pieces one field at the time ideavents 2009
    • 26. Queen 3th party ‘coach’:  knows rules of the game  overview paradigm  committed to King / OID  Q: ‘covers your back’ ideavents 2009
    • 27. Rooks management  supervise  covers both columns and rows  ‘castling’: moves king into safer position & rook to more active position  per column ideavents 2009
    • 28. Knights ambassadors:  involve early (scout)  jump over/solve hurdles  (informal) key figures  obstinate  other views  authentic  strategically important ideavents 2009
    • 29. Bishops stakeholders:  customers, suppliers, experts, outsiders  existing: keep same ‘color’  new: outsource per level of internal organization, e.g.  specialists (P&G)  customers (Lego)  crowdfunding  ... ideavents 2009
    • 30. Pawns employees  quick starters  promote at finish  pawn structure determines strategy  “pawn is the soul of chess and innovation” (chess master Philidor) ideavents 2009
    • 31. THE RESULT OI Chess Paradigm ideavents 2009
    • 32. people operations policy culture ideavents 2009
    • 33. PLAN OF ACTION OI Chess Paradigm ideavents 2009
    • 34. Plan of Action (1) • involve a 3th party (Queen) to guide through the closed-open process • assign transformational leader to succeed the closed-open challenge • define new organizational ID (strategy) • translate to logic parts (squares) • assign roles (chess pieces) • work per square, per column ideavents 2009
    • 35. Plan of Action (2) • favor ambassadors (Knights) • empower employees (Pawns) • anticipate (management a.k.a. Rooks) • involve stakeholders (Bishops) • do everything in order to serve the new organizational identity (King) • stick to the plan and win the game! ideavents 2009
    • 36. ideavents 2009
    • 37. e.g. ideavents 2009
    • 38. (AUC) ambassadors (?) grow(?) create(?) attract(?) open live the develop leverage apply culture exploit improve adjust experience experience evaluate analyse redefine inform map collect inventorise closed people operations policy culture ideavents 2009
    • 39. Thanks! Rob Veldt +31(0)6-34501721 rob.veldt@ideavents.com www.ideavents.com linkedin.com/in/robveldt twitter.com/innpowerer Note: we are a Queen too... :-) ideavents 2009
    • 40. ideavents ABOUT ideavents 2009
    • 41. ideavents (www.ideavents.com)  stimulate (open) innovation  on-/offline or both  share knowledge & creativity  simplify innovation (“just put the heads together”) ideavents 2009
    • 42. 4 pillars • research & consultancy • events (e.g. www.ThinkTankThursday.com) • tools (e.g. www.cash4idea.com) • investments We love to help you implementing open innovation! www.ideavents.com rob.veldt@ideavents.com +31(0)634501721 ideavents 2009
    • 43. implement open innovation with OI Chess Paradigm: GO PLAY! ideavents 2009