Open Innovation Tools - Summit of New Thinking 2012

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Open Innovation Tools - Summit of New Thinking 2012

  1. 1. Open Innovation Tools That will help you do a better job.
  2. 2. Open InnovationParadigm FLOWInside-Out and Outside-In Generate a flow i
  3. 3. FLOW Use IT! Ownersh anymore Knowledge Technology Usage is IdeasGenerate a flow in both directions.
  4. 4. Use IT! The InnoOwnership not possible...anymore.Usage is KING! 3 steps – I + I +
  5. 5. The Innovation Process 3 Tools f   Inspiratio   The Op   Ideation   Pretotyp   Impleme   The „St3 steps – I + I + I
  6. 6. 3 Tools for 3 Phases  Inspiration   The OpenInnovation Canvas  Ideation   Pretotyping & Prototyping  Implementation   The „Standing Ovation“-Model
  7. 7. Internal External Challeng   Model an   „Develop Grid“   7 min. We need industry
  8. 8. Challenge #1 Ideation   Model an Open Innovation Project Data beats   „Developing key technology for a Smart Opinions Grid“   7 min.We need industry-wide standards in order to succeed. „Building the right
  9. 9. Ideation - Pretotyping Forge pa Data beats Opinions  Data g  Comm„Building the right IT, before building it right!“ Alberto Savoia Make your ideas ta
  10. 10. Forge partnerships easily Challeng   Develop a   How wou  Data gives credibility planning  Communication made easy   7 min.Make your ideas tangible. Get building!
  11. 11. ImplemeChallenge #2 „Standin   Develop a pretotyp   Peer Ef   How would you pretotyp McDonald‘s planning to sell McSpaghetti?   Inform   7 min.Get building! „Standing ovations
  12. 12. Implement – The „StandingOvation“-Model How doe   Peer Effects   Threshho   Quality: Q   Information Effects   Signal: S   Initial Ru   If S >   Subsequ   Stand„Standing ovations (...) appear to arise spontaneous.“ Scott E. Page
  13. 13. How does it work? Claims  Threshhold to Stand: T   Higher Q  Quality: Q   Lower T  Signal: S = Q + E   Lower X  Initial Rule   If S > T you stand up   S = Q +  Subsequent Rule   E = D   Stand up if more than X% stand
  14. 14. Claims  Higher Q -> more people stand  Lower T -> more people stand  Lower X -> more ovations  S = Q + E   E = Diversity
  15. 15. Claims1.  Higher Q2.  Lower T3.  Larger P4.  More Va   If Q <
  16. 16. Claims One step1.  Higher Quality2.  Lower Threshold3.  Larger Peer Effect4.  More Variation   If Q < T, more variation in E -> more stand
  17. 17. One step deeper Another   People   You are if some stands
  18. 18. How doAnother step deeper Standing  People go in groups 1.  Higher Q 2.  Lower T  You are more likely to stand up, 3.  Larger P if someone in your group 4.  More Va stands up. 5.  Use Cel 6.  Big Grou
  19. 19. How do we getStanding Ovation Challeng1.  Higher Quality   Choose 12.  Lower Threshold this could3.  Larger Peer Effect   What wo4.  More Variation context?5.  Use Celebrities6.  Big Groups   7 min.
  20. 20. Challenge #3 Wrap-Up  Choose 1 innovation context in which   Start you this could be used OpenInn  What would our 6 claims mean in this context?   Pretotype partnersh  7 min.   Use the „ engage p
  21. 21. Wrap-Up Use Can  Start your efforts up with the   OpenInno OpenInnovation-Canvas  Pretotype your way to better partnerships  Use the „Standing Ovation“-Model to engage people
  22. 22. Use Canvanizer.com  OpenInnovation Canvas online soon!
  23. 23. Thanks!Mail: tim@insight-innovation.dePhone: +49 (0) 911 360 69 62 – 1Address: Josephsplatz 8, 90403 Nürnberg
  24. 24. QuellenAlberto Savoia - http://www.pretotyping.org/Scott E. Page – „Complex Adaptive Systems“ ISBN: 9780691127026

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