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Why innovation is no luxuryNigel PaineManaging Director, NigelPaine.com
Slides originally presented 12th June 2012 at20 June 2011| © Brightwave Ltd.
SESSION OVERVIEWSpeaker: Nigel Paine (Managing Director at NigelPaine.com)The challenges faced by learning teams are harde...
LEADERSHIP. LEARNING.TECHNOLOGY                                  4
5   220 June 2011   | © Brightwave Ltd.
“The only sustainable competitive       advantage comes from       innovation.”Rowan Gibson: Innovation to the Core       ...
Subtitle can go here but you have to copy it                                                7   420 June 2011        | © B...
8   3KatieW Flickr: Desks: where|creativity goes Ltd. 20 June 2011                © Brightwave to die!
David Weinberger Too Big to Know                                                         9   3 20 June 2011               ...
LEADERSHIP. LEARNING.TECHNOLOGY                                  Harold Jarche blogpost                                   ...
LEADERSHIP. LEARNING.TECHNOLOGY                            How?                         How?Harold Jarche blogpost      11
Harold Jarche                                      12   3 20 June 2011   | © Brightwave Ltd.
Connectivism    • Patterns are currency    • Decision making is a    learning process    • Diversity is criticalStephen Do...
KNOW                                          DO Subtitle can go here but you have to copy it                             ...
Subtitle can go here but you have to copy it       “The value of an idea lies in the use of it. ”                    Thoma...
3 Horizon ModelMcKinsey                                      16   3 20 June 2011   | © Brightwave Ltd.
New Roles                 • Curator not creator Subtitle can go •                    Greeter not security guard           ...
How Can I Innovate?  “Innovating successfully requires  employees who buy into the leadership’s  beliefs and values, and a...
..David Weinberger Too Big to KnowLaura Overton: Towards Maturity                19   3 20 June 2011            | © Bright...
3 Barriers to Innovation        1. Feeling overwhelmed, directionless and        without focus        2. Thinking in terms...
How do you transform an               opportunity into an idea?                                           21   320 June 20...
How do you transform an opportunity                                      into an idea?                                    ...
“If you are not changing mindsets and         behavior to support experimentation         and risk taking, then you have a...
“Businesses need to focus more on the         link between innovation, organisational         structure and culture, which...
Desks:                           where creativity goes to die!               How to stretch your brain…                   ...
Thank you   nigel@nigelpaine.com   Twitter: @ebase                                             26   320 June 2011   | © Br...
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Beyond The Course: Why innovation is no luxury in corporate learning

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This presentation was originally delivered by Nigel Paine (Managing Director at NigelPaine.com) at Beyond The Course in Edinburgh on 12 June 2012.

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The challenges faced by learning teams are harder and more complex than at any time in the last ten years.

Companies expect learning provision to adapt to their emerging needs faster, more innovatively and at a lower budget than ever before. Staying still when everything else is moving at pace is not an option.

This talk will describe some of the big areas of innovation in learning around the world, drawing on information from recent visits to Australia, New Zealand, Brazil and the US. It will discuss simple models for innovation and the culture needed to support it.

How learning is delivering on business derived matrices
What steps are being taken to accelerate learning efficiency
The strategies for just-in-time and just-for-me which are increasingly in place
The key role of technology for delivery, support, and back office
How user-generated content, social learning enablement and cheap tools are turning the old models of control on their heads

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Beyond The Course: Why innovation is no luxury in corporate learning

  1. 1. Why innovation is no luxuryNigel PaineManaging Director, NigelPaine.com
  2. 2. Slides originally presented 12th June 2012 at20 June 2011| © Brightwave Ltd.
  3. 3. SESSION OVERVIEWSpeaker: Nigel Paine (Managing Director at NigelPaine.com)The challenges faced by learning teams are harder and more complex than at any timein the last ten years.Companies expect learning provision to adapt to their emerging needs faster, moreinnovatively and at a lower budget than ever before. Staying still when everything elseis moving at pace is not an option.This talk will describe some of the big areas of innovation in learning around the world,drawing on information from recent visits to Australia, New Zealand, Brazil and the US.It will discuss simple models for innovation and the culture needed to support it.•How learning is delivering on business derived matrices•What steps are being taken to accelerate learning efficiency•The strategies for just-in-time and just-for-me which are increasingly in place•The key role of technology for delivery, support, and back office•How user-generated content, social learning enablement and cheap tools are turningthe old models of control on their heads
  4. 4. LEADERSHIP. LEARNING.TECHNOLOGY 4
  5. 5. 5 220 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  6. 6. “The only sustainable competitive advantage comes from innovation.”Rowan Gibson: Innovation to the Core 6 3 20 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  7. 7. Subtitle can go here but you have to copy it 7 420 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  8. 8. 8 3KatieW Flickr: Desks: where|creativity goes Ltd. 20 June 2011 © Brightwave to die!
  9. 9. David Weinberger Too Big to Know 9 3 20 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  10. 10. LEADERSHIP. LEARNING.TECHNOLOGY Harold Jarche blogpost 10
  11. 11. LEADERSHIP. LEARNING.TECHNOLOGY How? How?Harold Jarche blogpost 11
  12. 12. Harold Jarche 12 3 20 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  13. 13. Connectivism • Patterns are currency • Decision making is a learning process • Diversity is criticalStephen Downes 13 320 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  14. 14. KNOW DO Subtitle can go here but you have to copy it BE 14 420 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  15. 15. Subtitle can go here but you have to copy it “The value of an idea lies in the use of it. ” Thomas Edison 15 420 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  16. 16. 3 Horizon ModelMcKinsey 16 3 20 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  17. 17. New Roles • Curator not creator Subtitle can go • Greeter not security guard here but you have to copy it • Interpreter not speaker 17 420 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  18. 18. How Can I Innovate? “Innovating successfully requires employees who buy into the leadership’s beliefs and values, and a management structure that supports innovation. It also relies on the allocation of funds... staff training and an IT platform to capture, manage and share the ideas being generated.” Ernst and Young 18 320 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  19. 19. ..David Weinberger Too Big to KnowLaura Overton: Towards Maturity 19 3 20 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  20. 20. 3 Barriers to Innovation 1. Feeling overwhelmed, directionless and without focus 2. Thinking in terms of isolated products, services and information 3. Getting stuck at the watercoolerLuke Williams at Frog 20 320 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  21. 21. How do you transform an opportunity into an idea? 21 320 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  22. 22. How do you transform an opportunity into an idea? V The first thing is to get comfortable with the belief that any old ideas won’t do. What we’re interested in are disruptive ideas; that is, ideas with the power for great impact and influence. Ideas that challenge assumed boundaries and inspire a sense of what’s possible. 22 3Luke Williams Frog Design 20 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  23. 23. “If you are not changing mindsets and behavior to support experimentation and risk taking, then you have a problem.” Rowan Gibson Innovation to the Core 23 320 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  24. 24. “Businesses need to focus more on the link between innovation, organisational structure and culture, which are key drivers for any successful venture.” Ernst and Young Performance Preview June 2012 24 320 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  25. 25. Desks: where creativity goes to die! How to stretch your brain… 1. Leave the office 2. Don’t specialise 3. Stop reading business books Emily Heywood 25 320 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  26. 26. Thank you nigel@nigelpaine.com Twitter: @ebase 26 320 June 2011 | © Brightwave Ltd.
  27. 27. Find out more about Brightwave events: www.brightwave.co.uk/eventsSubtitle can go here but you have to copy it Contact Brightwave: +44 (0)1273 827676 enquiries@brightwave.co.uk 12 June 2012 | © Brightwave Ltd. 27

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