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In this session, Sahar talks about how creating an entrepreneurial mindset within a large organisation can increase innovation and creativity making the company more responsive to customers and ...

In this session, Sahar talks about how creating an entrepreneurial mindset within a large organisation can increase innovation and creativity making the company more responsive to customers and attract high performance individuals.

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(Re)Introducing Entrepreneurial Thinking to Your Organisation | Talent Connect London 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. (Re)Introducing Entrepreneurial Thinking to Your Organisation Sahar Hashemi Co-Founder of Coffee Republic, author of Anyone Can Do it and Switched On
  • 2. Coffee Republic or un-Coffee Republic
  • 3. THINK like a START UP
  • 4. The 6 habits to take away
  • 5. We’re talking EVERY DAY INNOVATION not breakthrough innovation
  • 6. EVERYDAY innovation small changes that add up to BIG THINGS
  • 7. UNLOCKING your team’s innovation & creative capacity
  • 8. THE BIGGER WE GET the smaller we act
  • 9. Habit 1 Step into the customer’s shoes
  • 10. Become the Customer
  • 11. Make your focus EXTERNAL Not INTERNAL
  • 12. Customers
  • 13. Us (the company)
  • 14. Vs.
  • 15. Them (customers)
  • 16. “EMPATHY is the ultimate virtual reality - climbing into another persons mind to experience the world from their perspective” Daniel Pink
  • 17. PILLOW TALK
  • 18. “Marketing is giving people something they DON’T even KNOW they WANT.”
  • 19. Market Research
  • 20. “If I had asked my customers what they wanted they would have said a faster horse.” Henry Ford
  • 21. “We don’t do market research we figure out what we want. ” Steve Jobs
  • 22. Habit 2 Get out of the office
  • 23. Beware of Bureacracy!
  • 24. “Genchi Genbutsu.” “Go and see for yourself.”
  • 25. Busyness vs. Business
  • 26. Stimulus IN = Ideas OUT
  • 27. Habit 3 The importance of being clueless
  • 28. This is how we’ve always done it It’s not industry practice Someone tried this… It doesn’t work Believe me I know what works Dominant logic says…
  • 29. The Expert Trap
  • 30. “Go find me a 19 year old who doesn’t know it cant go any faster.” Henry Ford
  • 31. UN- Learning
  • 32. INNOVATION IS AN ACT OF CREATIVE DESTRUCTION
  • 33. Habit 4 Bootstrapping
  • 34. MAKE IT HAPPEN CULTURE
  • 35. Habit 5 MAKE IT HAPPEN Bootstrapping & Prototyping
  • 36. Corporate Traffic Lights
  • 37. “Anything worth doing is worth doing.. badly.”
  • 38. 2+2=
  • 39. “I made 5,127 prototypes of my vacuum before I got it right. There were 5,126 failures, but I learned from each one. That’s how I came up with a solution.” James Dyson
  • 40. “Move fast and break things.” “Done is better than perfect.” Mark Zuckerburg, The Hacker Way
  • 41. MONEY IS A POOR SUBSTITUTE FOR CREATIVITY
  • 42. “If I’d had shed loads of money I’d have done everything wrong.” Dame Anita Roddick
  • 43. Habit 5 Notching up no’s
  • 44. 217 rejections
  • 45. 300 rejections
  • 46. 12 said no to
  • 47. WE LOVE THE OLD WE REJECT THE NEW
  • 48. NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO
  • 49. NO
  • 50. YES
  • 51. Habit 6 Taking 100% of yourself to work
  • 52. ENTREPRENEURIAL PASSION PERFORMANCE
  • 53. 100% of you Work YOU
  • 54. “Fun is not a form of entertainment. It’s an integral part of being good at what you do at work.” Daniel Pink