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Talk Matt Milan and I gave at Planner's Unite conference in Toronto on 9 April 2009

Talk Matt Milan and I gave at Planner's Unite conference in Toronto on 9 April 2009

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    • +
    • 3 stories
    • 2 keys
    • 1 formula
    • and a hypothesis
    • STORY # 1
    • THE MANN GULCH FIRE
    • MISSOULA MOKEJUMPERS
    • REVERSAL OF FORTUNE
    • WALL OF FLAME 50 FT HIGH 300 FT DEEP
    • FLASH OF GENIUS
    • SAFETY
    • KEY # 1
    • CRISIS IS THE CRUCIBLE OF INSIGHT
    • Freedom’s just another word for nothin’ left to lose
    • FREEDOM
    • Man is born free, but everywhere he is in chains
    • Routinized work produces efficient and predictable outcomes
    • What happens when things become unpredictable?
    • How likely is it that people will not panic in such circumstances?
    • STORY # 2
    • PILOTS
    • 1983AC143 The Gimli Glider
    • 2009US1549
    • How did this happen?
    • Why didn’t Sully panic?
    • “The training provides pilots with important technical skills -- they can practice flying crippled planes -- but it also teaches them something more important: how to draw on an optimal blend of reason and emotion. They learn how to ignore their fear when fear isn't useful and how to make quick, complicated decisions in the most fraught situations.”
    • “Flight crews don't panic because they've practiced staying calm.”
    • Conscious,Yet Unconscious
    • 4 stages of competence
    • Unconscious Incompetence Conscious Incompetence Conscious Competence Unconscious Competence
    • SKILLS
    • What lies beyond Unconscious Competence?
    • MASTERY
    • How do you master strategy?
    • “ The Master leads by emptying people's minds and filling their cores, by weakening their ambition and toughening their resolve. He helps people lose everything they know, everything they desire, and creates confusion in those who think that they know.” Lao Tzu
    • DEVOTION
    • I want a girl with uninterrupted prosperity Who uses a machete to cut through red tape With fingernails that shine like justice And a voice that is dark like tinted glass She is fast, thorough, and sharp as a tack She’s touring the facility and picking up slack
    • Tennis drills are repetitive and relentless. They teach the body to think, so the mind can do strategy.
    • Tai Chi combines discreet movements and a flowing sequence that shapes the tranquil mind.
    • There is nothing secret about yoga. The poses are well established across many styles. But it is a bottomless practice
    • These practices are cognitive models for developing a prepared mind
    • FORMULA
    • flow+ repertoire =insight
    • KEY # 2
    • Innovation favors the prepared mind
    • Where do you do your best thinking?
    • “How come I am most creative when I am listening to angry music”?
    • What do warm showers & Black Flag have in common
    • They help us let go
    • What can you learn from letting go?
    • You can learn how to know what’s next
    • Context
    • STORY # 3
    • PARKOUR
    • The idea was to pick what was best from every martial art ad create a brand new one...which is free.
    • Parkour trains the body to know what’s next
    • INNOVATION
    • Ceci n’est pas un innovation
    • Ceci n’est pas un innovation
    • Ceci n’est pas un innovateur
    • WHAT IS INNOVATION?
    • Innovation is the design of future value
    • Larry says we can develop a science of innovation
    • Saul says we need a platform for experimentation
    • Guy says, innovation is about getting better reality
    • How do we design better realities?
    • HYPOTHESIS
    • Devotion can make you free
    • NNOVATIONPARKOUR
    • A DISCIPLINE FOR INNOVATION MASTERY
    • UNFINISHED BUSINESS IS OPEN
    • A MANHATTAN PROJECT FOR BUSINESS
    • THE UNFINISHED KERNEL
    • AN OPEN ARCHITECTURE FOR CAPABILITY
    • VISUALIZATION
    • TRANSPARENT & RIDICULOUSLY EASY TO SHARE
    • Teaching without words, performing without actions: that is the Master’s way
    • PRACTICE SEEING
    • COLLABORATION
    • Networked Social Production
    • If you do not trust the people, you make them untrustworthy
    • PRACTICE TRUST
    • PARTICIPATION
    • Markets are conversations
    • True mastery can be gained only by letting things go their own way
    • PRACTICE OPENNESS
    • INNOVATION
    • Innovation is designing for emergence.
    • The world is formed from the void, like utensils from a block of wood. The Master knows the utensils, yet keeps to the block: thus she can use all things.
    • PRACTICE FREEDOM
    • STRATEGY: DESIGN OF VALUE
    • The + Future is Unfinished
    • michael@torchpartnership.com matthew@normativedesign.com