How to Drive Faster InnovationDr Patrick Dixon Chairman Global Change Ltd                      l
InnovationLab StrategyMarch 2011
We only needone big idea to justify today
Where do you get your best ideas ?
LOVE WILDIDEAS
Google – Innovation in every job— 70% staff time on core   GOOGLE MINDSET   business                 Every new idea:— 20...
COST CUTTING Can be demoralising
Innovate is for a better life— Show people why it matters— Convince people of urgency— Take all ideas seriously— Rewar...
Japan women 1 year more in 4
75% of all US and UK wealth
$24 billion of their money
— “The voyage of discovery is not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” - Marcel Proust
Thinking Widely "Creativity is just having enough  dots to connect…."-- Steve Jobs
DigitalControl
“Once a new ideasprings intoexistence, it cannotbe unthought.”
Creative Combinations – Paul Sloan— Remember that:— Someone put a trolley and a suitcase together   and got a suitcase w...
Play + Water
Task— Survive a fire in a hotel room— Water in africa
Robot + Cell
$40 TrillionGreen Tech  Boom
Atom +machine
Power + Food
Profit fromPower cuts
Australia Power Shortage— 40% energy = heat, cool, light buildings— Air conditioning à  7% green-house gases— Peak ele...
Managing peak demand— Automatic meter readings— Variable pricing— Time and weather sensitive discounting
120,000 terawatts of sunlight /dayQUEBEC from ARIZONA   7,000 times total power use
Problem of Old Tires – gassification  Gas + Rubber
Early Wins – Unlock the Power— Identify great ideas which are “low hanging fruit” or  “no-brainers” – things we just have...
GENERATE NEW IDEAS -       brainstorm       — Focus on challenge / gap / unmet customer need       — Gather eclectic gro...
Overcoming Pain Barriers: Familiar Logic and                   Experience"If at first the idea is not absurd, then there  ...
Destroy to Create—"Every act of creation is first of all an act of destruction."-- Picasso
Do it Together! – Open Innovation — Wikipedia model – fast and low cost — Crowd-sourcing – used by GSK, IBM,    Hewlett ...
"Nearly every person whodevelops an idea works up tothe point where it looksimpossible, and then he getsdiscouraged. Thats...
RULES FOR BRAINSTORMING— WILD IDEAS ARE GREAT— CREATE AS MANY IDEAS AS YOU CAN— BUILD ONE IDEA INTO ANOTHER— FOCUS ON ...
Making Life Better        —For individuals        —For family        —For community        —For whole earth
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
How to drive faster innovation. New innovative products and services, manufacturing, process innovation, systems innovatio...
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http://www.globalchange.com Practical keys to better innovation - change your future, create a better world with a touch of genius. Where to get find great, inspired ideas. How to get into the right mindset to innovate. Steps every team in every industry can take to encourage world-class innovation in marketing, management, product development, manufacturing, logistics, distribution, customer experience and process engineering. Impact of open innovation and crowdsourcing -- why many multinationals are using these tools. "Motivate to Innovate" -- connect with passion, real need, urgent challenge, things that really matter, causes people believe in -- and you can't stop people from innovating. Creating the right environment for out of the box ideas, brainstorming, radical thinking, fresh perspectives -- business examples. How to encourage rapid adoption of new ideas in your business, better change management. Innovation workshops, seminars, Innovation Labs and think tanks. Lecture on innovation by Futurist conference keynote speaker Patrick Dixon

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  1. 1. How to Drive Faster InnovationDr Patrick Dixon Chairman Global Change Ltd l
  2. 2. InnovationLab StrategyMarch 2011
  3. 3. We only needone big idea to justify today
  4. 4. Where do you get your best ideas ?
  5. 5. LOVE WILDIDEAS
  6. 6. Google – Innovation in every job— 70% staff time on core GOOGLE MINDSET business Every new idea:— 20% on new ideas to “How can we improve the improve idea?”— 10% on wild thinking / innovation GOOGLE FAILURE AWARDS Heroic Penguin – every quarter Most heroic failed idea 6
  7. 7. COST CUTTING Can be demoralising
  8. 8. Innovate is for a better life— Show people why it matters— Convince people of urgency— Take all ideas seriously— Reward people prepared to risk failure— Celebrate successful innovations
  9. 9. Japan women 1 year more in 4
  10. 10. 75% of all US and UK wealth
  11. 11. $24 billion of their money
  12. 12. — “The voyage of discovery is not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” - Marcel Proust
  13. 13. Thinking Widely "Creativity is just having enough dots to connect…."-- Steve Jobs
  14. 14. DigitalControl
  15. 15. “Once a new ideasprings intoexistence, it cannotbe unthought.”
  16. 16. Creative Combinations – Paul Sloan— Remember that:— Someone put a trolley and a suitcase together and got a suitcase with wheels.— Someone put an igloo with a hotel and got an ice palace.— Someone put copier and a telephone together and got a fax machine.— Someone put a bell and a clock together and got an alarm clock.— Someone put a coin punch and a wine press together and we got books.
  17. 17. Play + Water
  18. 18. Task— Survive a fire in a hotel room— Water in africa
  19. 19. Robot + Cell
  20. 20. $40 TrillionGreen Tech Boom
  21. 21. Atom +machine
  22. 22. Power + Food
  23. 23. Profit fromPower cuts
  24. 24. Australia Power Shortage— 40% energy = heat, cool, light buildings— Air conditioning à 7% green-house gases— Peak electricity jumps 57%— 10% capacity used 4 days a year— Average $50 à peak $10,000 per MWhr
  25. 25. Managing peak demand— Automatic meter readings— Variable pricing— Time and weather sensitive discounting
  26. 26. 120,000 terawatts of sunlight /dayQUEBEC from ARIZONA 7,000 times total power use
  27. 27. Problem of Old Tires – gassification Gas + Rubber
  28. 28. Early Wins – Unlock the Power— Identify great ideas which are “low hanging fruit” or “no-brainers” – things we just have to DO — Can be implemented rapidly — Low cost — Easy to do — Immediate increase in productivity, customer satisfaction, worker morale, cost savings or other measurable advantage — Agreed immediately by senior leaders
  29. 29. GENERATE NEW IDEAS - brainstorm — Focus on challenge / gap / unmet customer need — Gather eclectic group — Facilitate radical, fresh thinking — Ensure full capture of creative process IDEA Immediate impact 3 year impact Long term impact “No-brainer” Incubate / roll out Incubate / roll out Review “More analysis” Business case Business case Watching brief “Challenging” Research Research Watching brief46
  30. 30. Overcoming Pain Barriers: Familiar Logic and Experience"If at first the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it."-- Albert Einstein
  31. 31. Destroy to Create—"Every act of creation is first of all an act of destruction."-- Picasso
  32. 32. Do it Together! – Open Innovation — Wikipedia model – fast and low cost — Crowd-sourcing – used by GSK, IBM, Hewlett Packard etc — First step is to include wider staff teams to solve problems — Broadcast challenge to be tackled — Mechanism for discussion / feedback – eg Eureka!
  33. 33. "Nearly every person whodevelops an idea works up tothe point where it looksimpossible, and then he getsdiscouraged. Thats not theplace to become discouraged."
  34. 34. RULES FOR BRAINSTORMING— WILD IDEAS ARE GREAT— CREATE AS MANY IDEAS AS YOU CAN— BUILD ONE IDEA INTO ANOTHER— FOCUS ON ONE IDEA AT A TIME— USE IDEAS AS LAUNCH PADS FOR BRAIN— SUSPEND JUDGMENT UNTIL LATER— EVERY IDEA AND PERSON EQUAL VALUE— HAVE FUN
  35. 35. Making Life Better —For individuals —For family —For community —For whole earth

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