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Leadership, Innovation and the Art of the Impossible

Leadership, Innovation and the Art of the Impossible

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Steve McCauley - PPMA Conference 2010 Steve McCauley - PPMA Conference 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • STEVE McCAULEY
  • LEADERSHIP, INNOVATION AND THE ART OF THE IMPOSSIBLE
  • STEVE McCAULEY Executive leadership coach Business mentor Strategy advisor
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  • Helping leaders to be at their best
  • Better leadership
  • Better decisions
  • LEADERSHIP , INNOVATION AND THE ART OF THE IMPOSSIBLE
  • WHAT IS LEADERSHIP ABOUT?
  • WHAT DO EXCELLENT LEADERS DO?
  • CONTEXT
  • CONTEXTUAL INTELLIGENCE
  • VISION
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  • THE PRIZE?
  • Context
  • Context Vision
  • Context Vision Prize
  • Context Vision Prize Motivation
  • Context Vision Prize Communications Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Motivation
  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Motivation
  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Motivation
  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Risks Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Motivation
  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Risks Plan Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Motivation
  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Risks Plan Resources People Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Motivation
  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Risks Plan Resources People Action Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Motivation
  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Risks Plan Resources People Action Results Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Motivation
  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Risks Plan Resources People Action Results Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Time Motivation
  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Risks Plan Resources People Action Results Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Time Motivation
  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Risks Plan Resources People Action Results Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Time Motivation
  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Risks Plan Resources People Action Results Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Time Motivation
  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Risks Plan Resources People Action Results Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Time Motivation
  • Leaders frame the “future context”
  • PSYCHOLOGY
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  • “ The future affects the present”
  • THE POWER OF THE IMAGINATION
  • Preferred future
  • What do you see ?
  • What will it look like?
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  • What do you imagine?
  • … if it’s going reall y well ?
  • What will people notice?
  • PEOPLE ARE INTERNALLY MOTIVATED TOWARDS REALISING A WORTHWHILE VISION
  • How willing are people to change?
  • WHAT IS THE MOST POWERFUL WORD IN ADVERTISING?
  • NEW!
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  • PEOPLE ARE HUMAN
  • WHO IS MY CUSTOMER?
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  • WHAT IS HE OR SHE BUYING FROM ME?
  • WHY DO PEOPLE BUY?
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  • PEOPLE BUY THE FEELINGS THEY HOPE TO EXPERIENCE
  • PEOPLE LOVE CHANGE
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  • WHAT IS THE GREATEST FORCE IN THE UNIVERSE?
  • HOPE
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  • CONTEXTUAL INTELLIGENCE
  • FAILURE OF IMAGINATION
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  • “ We didn’t envisage the sort of violence there’s been.” Jonathan Powell, Chief of Staff to Tony Blair, 1997-2007 BBC Newsnight, 14 March 2008
  • “ The biggest mistake was a conceptual mistake. We should have seen what a big problem this was going to be” Jonathan Powell, Chief of Staff to Tony Blair, 1997-2007 BBC Newsnight, 14 March 2008
  • FAILURE OF IMAGINATION
  • 9/11 Commission
    • The most important failure was one of imagination. We do not believe leaders understood the gravity of the threat.
    • Across the government, there were failures of imagination, policy, capabilities, and management.
  • 9/11 Commission
    • As late as September 4, 2001, Richard Clarke, the White House staffer long responsible for counterterrorism policy coordination, asserted that the government had not yet made up its mind how to answer the question:
    • "Is al Qaeda a big deal?”
  • The future affects the present
  • LEADERSHIP, INNOVATION AND THE ART OF THE IMPOSSIBLE
  • NEW PERSPECTIVES
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  • GET SOME NEW INPUTS
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  • WE LIVE IN TIMES OF EXTRAORDINARY CHANGE
  • AMAZING NEW TECHNOLOGY
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  • WORLD IS CHANGING VERY RAPIDLY
  • CHANGES ARE DRIVEN BY LONG TERM TRENDS
  • DISRUPTIVE DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY
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  • DISRUPTIVE EVENTS
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  • GLOBAL MARKETS
  • EXTREME SUPPLY CHAINS
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  • So, how do we create the future?
  • BIG, NEW IDEAS!
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  • ORGANISE ALL THE WORLD’S INFORMATION AND MAKE IT UNIVERSALLY ACCESSIBLE
  • PROTOTYPING
  • PERPETUAL BETA
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  • INSPIRATION
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  • LEADERSHIP, INNOVATION AND THE ART OF THE IMPOSSIBLE
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  • BIG, NEW IDEAS!
  • ALL YOUR MUSIC, IN YOUR POCKET, ALL THE TIME
  • ALL YOUR MUSIC, IN YOUR POCKET, ALL THE TIME IMPOSSIBLE IN 2000
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  • ALL YOUR MUSIC, IN YOUR POCKET, ALL THE TIME
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  • ALL YOUR MUSIC, IN YOUR POCKET, ALL THE TIME
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  • LEADERSHIP, INNOVATION AND THE ART OF THE IMPOSSIBLE
  • BIG, NEW IDEAS
  • HARNESS THE POWER OF IMAGINATION
  • AIM HIGH
  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Risks Plan Resources People Action Results Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Time Motivation
  • Better leadership
  • Better decisions
  • What kind of future can you imagine?
  • STEVE McCAULEY SteveMcCauley.com Text © 2010 Steve McCauley
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  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Risks Plan Resources People Action Results Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Time Motivation
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  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Risks Plan Resources People Action Results Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Time Motivation
  • Goals Context Vision Prize Communications Options Risks Plan Resources People Action Results Who? What? When? Media? Tone? Time Motivation
  • THE ART OF THE IMPOSSIBLE IS TO IGNORE THAT IT IS “IMPOSSIBLE”
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  • MAKE IDEAS VISIBLE
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  • Avoid fossilized thinking
  • Section one What leadership is about
  • Section two What innovation is about Vision + imagination Daring to aim high Think big
  • Forces, trends, tech, factors Disruption
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  • Get out more
  • Coda
  • Art of the impossible Values Ethos Re-write the rules Transform your ability to compete Define the future Raise the bar, aim high Don’t compromise your values
  • LEADERSHIP, INNOVATION AND THE ART OF THE MIRACULOUS
  • We are immeasurably wealthy
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  • “ Unless life is lived for others, it is not worthwhile”
  • Do something for others
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