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    • Collaborate to Innovate HAND-OUT SLIDE DECK
    • Purpose of this Webinar To learn some practical tools for turning interesting ideas into useful ideas in an organizational setting
    • What would increased innovation at work allow for? © Interaction Associates Inc. 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 3
    • What is Innovation? Creativity put to productive use © Interaction Associates Inc. 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 4
    • What is Creativity? Unique Novel Good © Interaction Associates Inc. 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 5
    • When People Think about Creativity… LEVEL How creative am I? STYLE How am I creative? © Interaction Associates Inc. 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 6
    • Explorers Developers • Do things differently • Do things better • View structure as limiting and confining • Find benefits and support from structure • Challenge the problem definition • Accept the problem definition as given • Challenge authority • Work within stated rules • Be seen as ingenious and unconventional • Emphasize improvement and usefulness • Emphasize originality and uniqueness • Seen as precise, thorough an dependable © Interaction Associates Inc. 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 7
    • Organizations do not suffer from having too few ideas… So what is the problem? …organizations suffer from an inability to transform interesting ideas into useful ideas. © Interaction Associates Inc. 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 8
    • Three IDEAS to consider when bringing people together to Innovate #1 Convene people with different styles and strengths. #2 Define your “target and tension.” #3 Provide tools to get your team’s innovative best. © Interaction Associates Inc. 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 9
    • GOOD IDEA #1: Convene people with different styles and strengths.  Make sure there’s enough diversity on the team  Manage the process so that everyone has a way to participate © Interaction Associates Inc. 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 10
    • GOOD IDEA #2 TARGET Who is the innovation for? TENSION Now TENSION © Interaction Associates Inc. Future 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 11
    • Photo by Steve Rhodes Problem-Solving A problem is a situation that someone is motivated to change. © Interaction Associates Inc. 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 12
    • DOES THE TARGET EXPERIENCE TENSION? © Interaction Associates Inc. 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 13
    • Problem Finding Hotel built in the early 1900’s Increasing complaints May impact future business What should we do? © Interaction Associates Inc. 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 14
    • The Problem or Opportunity Target The guests in our hotel who are waiting for the elevators … Tension Are bored and painfully aware of how long they’ve been waiting for the elevator to arrive. Instead, customers could be enjoying a value-added experience that increases rather than decreases their satisfaction with our hotel. Task (How to) How to distract customers from paying attention to their dissatisfying wait. © Interaction Associates Inc. 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 15
    • GOOD IDEA #3 …use the right tools for the right job. © Interaction Associates Inc. 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 16
    • A Few Basic Tools for Your Toolkit Tool Uses Force Fitting Generates unique and diverse ideas, more focus on quality than quantity Brain-Writing Generates quantity and quality, favors the internal processing preference Paired Comparison Generates quality, best for narrowing or closing. Helps mitigate differences in decision-making styles Analysis (PCA) © Interaction Associates Inc. 10/18/2013 Collaborate to Innovate 17
    • What are some ways to bring innovation into our organization? BRAINWRITING
    • Paired Comparison Analysis Problem / Opportunity Statement: Which flavor ice cream should we serve at the meeting? A Chocolate B Vanilla C Chocolate Chip D Rocky Road 0 A 1 2 A-D 1 1 B-D 2 C-D Totals: A-C B-C A-B 1 B Super Majority Simple Majority No Majority 2 2 points 1 point 0 points C 4 D 0
    • Paired Comparison Analysis Problem / Opportunity Statement: What are some ways to bring innovation into our organizations? A B C D A-B A-C A-D B-C B-D C-D Totals: A B Super-Majority Simple Majority No Majority C 2 points 1 point 0 points D