Are you lost       in the Innovation Jungle?       A map to help you navigate                               … and some bas...
The purpose here …                   Discover                   Connect                   Discover theory and connect it t...
Innovation maps               An Innovation map helps you discover theory and               connect it to your practice   ...
My Starting Point       Bill Cockayne (Stanford University) introduced the idea of       ‘fractal people’ …             mu...
Innovation          Innovation also involves people who …                   have multiple capacities …                   p...
Innovation Containers and Contents                   Foresight                                                   Policy   ...
Multiple capacities       Innovation capacities include … (5 examples only) … think of more!             systems thinking ...
Multiple roles        Innovation roles include … (4 examples only) … think of more!              improviser …             ...
Multiple spaces of practice       Innovation spaces include … (2 examples only) … think of more!             Individual sp...
A Second Look       Multiple capacities … (4 examples only) …         think of more!              foresight       … explor...
A second Look       Multiple roles … (3 examples only) … you can think of more!           [Braden Kelley, 2010] {revolutio...
A second Look       Multiple spaces of practice … (4 examples only) … think of more!             mindset           … neuro...
Fractal people       Do lots of stuff and act out multiple roles …                                                       A...
Fractal capabilities       With different levels of skill development …                    Examples …    (5 scale)        ...
Fractal spaces      Within different cultures …        Example … AsOne Deloitte                                    Emergen...
Fractal practices      Across and between different systems or domains of practice …                                      ...
Fractal innovation       Example: Creating ‘Hotspots’ (that buzz!) Lynda Grattan (2007)                    mindsets       ...
Fractal time horizons     Innovating across the time-horizons …                                             Examples …    ...
A Map and a Legend               Psychological Influences                             Behavioral Influences               ...
A Map and a Legend                                               Examples …                                               ...
A Map and a Legend                                           Examples … (3 fractal lines)                    Lines of deve...
A Map and a Legend                                                       Innovation Capability Example … (3 scale)        ...
A Map and a Legend                            Examples … Leader-Follower pairs                    Types                   ...
Example: AsOne                   Tribes                   Practices              ‘Shared Identity’      ‘Directional Inten...
Example: XBC and Multiple spaces Each space is a container  for multiple contents …  XBC changes the shape      of the con...
Example: Innovation coaching                    Motivation                          Creation                    Coaching R...
Navigating the Innovation Jungle       With a fractal map … contours, textures, terrains …                                ...
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  1. 1. Are you lost in the Innovation Jungle? A map to help you navigate … and some basics of map-readingneil houghton march 2012
  2. 2. The purpose here … Discover Connect Discover theory and connect it to your practice A theory is a container … a practice is the contentneil houghton: 2
  3. 3. Innovation maps An Innovation map helps you discover theory and connect it to your practice Different theories show different contours, textures and terrains … Different practices require different skills as a map-reader …neil houghton: 3
  4. 4. My Starting Point Bill Cockayne (Stanford University) introduced the idea of ‘fractal people’ … multiple capacities multiple roles multiple spaces of practiceneil houghton: 4
  5. 5. Innovation Innovation also involves people who … have multiple capacities … perform multiple roles … do what they do in multiple spaces of practice …neil houghton: 5
  6. 6. Innovation Containers and Contents Foresight Policy Domain Policy Creativity Maven Connector Arena Policy Improvisation Venue Multiple Capacities Multiple Roles Multiple Spaces of Practiceneil houghton: 6
  7. 7. Multiple capacities Innovation capacities include … (5 examples only) … think of more! systems thinking … (e.g. Peter Senge) speed thinking … (e.g. Ken Hudson) design thinking … (e.g. Tim Brown) hypothesis thinking … (e.g. Jeanee Liedtka) anticipatory thinking … (e.g. Robert Rosen)neil houghton: 7
  8. 8. Multiple roles Innovation roles include … (4 examples only) … think of more! improviser … collaborator … prototyper … implementer …neil houghton: 8
  9. 9. Multiple spaces of practice Innovation spaces include … (2 examples only) … think of more! Individual spaces for … practice and action … thinking and creativity Collective spaces for … delivery and execution … collaboration and powerneil houghton: 9
  10. 10. A Second Look Multiple capacities … (4 examples only) … think of more! foresight … exploration of the future as a virtual field of novelty entrepreneur … improvising with agility coaching … coaching, mentoring & teaching others in a collective space social action … as a collective space of change & transformationneil houghton: 10
  11. 11. A second Look Multiple roles … (3 examples only) … you can think of more! [Braden Kelley, 2010] {revolutionary, conscript, connector, customer-champion, evangelist, judge, artist, magic-maker, trouble-shooter} [Jeffrey Phillips, 2011] {bulldozer, matador, futurist, jester, tinkerer} [NetCentrics, 2005] {connector, librarian, framer, judge, prototyper, scout, story-teller} Underlying these roles are stages of consciousness {e.g., Spiral Dynamics; Integral Theory Altitude}neil houghton: 11
  12. 12. A second Look Multiple spaces of practice … (4 examples only) … think of more! mindset … neuro-semantic space of meaning making scenarios … virtual spaces of possibility & potential collaboratories … collective space of problem solving culture … collective space of organisational performance and powerneil houghton: 12
  13. 13. Fractal people Do lots of stuff and act out multiple roles … Act out multiple rolesneil houghton: 13
  14. 14. Fractal capabilities With different levels of skill development … Examples … (5 scale) authority mastery elegance uniqueness relevanceneil houghton: 14
  15. 15. Fractal spaces Within different cultures … Example … AsOne Deloitte Emergent Dominant Residual cultureneil houghton: 15
  16. 16. Fractal practices Across and between different systems or domains of practice … Examples… global complexity policy arenas networks & clusters wicked problems ecosystemsneil houghton: 16
  17. 17. Fractal innovation Example: Creating ‘Hotspots’ (that buzz!) Lynda Grattan (2007) mindsets signature practices igniting novel purpose connectionsneil houghton: 17
  18. 18. Fractal time horizons Innovating across the time-horizons … Examples … Horizon 1 Requires thinking about Horizon 3 preferred futures from the present Horizon 2 Horizon 1 Horizon 2 Requires thinking about probable and plausible futures Horizon 3 Requires thinking about possible and potential futuresneil houghton: 18
  19. 19. A Map and a Legend Psychological Influences Behavioral Influences (Individual Mindsets) (Individual Actions) Tribes Meaning Practice Practices Shared Collaborative Cultures Meaning Performances Systems Cultural Influences Systemic Influences (Collective Values) (Collective Power) Legend Quadrantsneil houghton: 19 (Ken Wilber, Integral Theory)
  20. 20. A Map and a Legend Examples … ‘Ba’ (Nonaka) Levels virtual … Is an emergent physical, mental mental, virtual space physical Body - Physical … eg. Rapid prototyping Mind - Mental … eg. Speed thinking Spirit - Virtual … eg. Time horizons Legend Levels (or Realms)neil houghton: 20 (Ken Wilber, Integral Theory)
  21. 21. A Map and a Legend Examples … (3 fractal lines) Lines of development Structures Leadership People (Inventium) Legend Linesneil houghton: 21 (Ken Wilber, Integral Theory)
  22. 22. A Map and a Legend Innovation Capability Example … (3 scale) States or Stages optimization graduation foundation Structures Leadership People (Inventium) Spiral Dynamics provides another example … (underlying consciousness) {Beige, Purple, Red, Blue, Orange, Green, Yellow, Turquoise … } Legend States (or Stages)neil houghton: 22 (Ken Wilber, Integral Theory)
  23. 23. A Map and a Legend Examples … Leader-Follower pairs Types Legend Types (e.g. leader – follower)neil houghton: 23 (Ken Wilber, Integral Theory)
  24. 24. Example: AsOne Tribes Practices ‘Shared Identity’ ‘Directional Intensity’ Level of Connection Level of Commitment • Core to Identity • Committed • Strongly Identify • Supportive • Identify • Undecided • Do not identify • Unaware • Never identify • Opposed Level of Strength Level of Execution • Dominant • Systemic • Secondary • Disciplined • Emerging • Aligned • Background • Tactical • Faint • Random ‘Common Interpretation’ ‘Systematic Execution’ Cultures Systemsneil houghton: 24 (Deloitte)
  25. 25. Example: XBC and Multiple spaces Each space is a container for multiple contents … XBC changes the shape of the container Cross-Boundary Collaboration XBC A space of collective power XBC is a Theory of collaborative innovation … Connect it to your practice The boundaries are spaces of discovery .. new theory and new practice emergeneil houghton: 25 (Deloitte)
  26. 26. Example: Innovation coaching Motivation Creation Coaching Roles Coaching Roles • Awakener • Co-creator • Challenger • Actualizer prober Decision Solidification Coaching Roles provoker Coaching Roles • Prober • Tester • Provoker • Reinforcerneil houghton: 26 (Michael Hall)
  27. 27. Navigating the Innovation Jungle With a fractal map … contours, textures, terrains … Theory Behavior Theory Behavior Models of Aspect Aspect Aspect Aspect Models of Innovation Innovation Capacities Culture Performance Culture Performance Roles Aspect Aspect Aspect Aspect Models of the Future & Time Theory Behavior Theory Behavior Aspect Aspect Aspect Aspect Models of Models of Innovation Innovation Culture Cultures Performance Aspect Culture Aspect Performance Aspect Spaces of Practice Aspectneil houghton: 27

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