Young in Statoil Innovation Seminar

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I recently had the great pleasure of giving a keynote presentation to the next generation of leaders at Statoil. The topic: innovation, including management innovation, Dream Bigger and Pirate Thinking.

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  • Young in Statoil Innovation Seminar

    1. 1. Young in
    2. 2. #Yiss
    3. 3. Innovation@Statoil
    4. 4. Innovation: The ability to dream up, to thinkbigger to create something different. To create something new. To be different.
    5. 5. Courage to innovateChallenge the Take risks. status quo.
    6. 6. @engageinnovatehttp://wp.me/1BUWtfacebook.com/engageinnovate
    7. 7. Spark Strategic Imagination. - Professor Johan Roos
    8. 8. Today I hope to challenge you to#Dream Bigger
    9. 9. 19383 Days
    10. 10. 2011Dani ArnoldEiger Speed Solo 2011
    11. 11. 2 hours 28 minutes
    12. 12. I want you to build me a carthat sells profitabliy for less than US$ 2000!
    13. 13. ‘’It Can’t Be Done’’
    14. 14. …one of the most important cars ever designed. - Time Magazine, 2008
    15. 15. “How can they expect anyoneto get serious computer work done without a mouse?” - Tech reviewer, 2010
    16. 16. The world’s fastest selling consumer electronic……and the iPad alone is a top Fortune 150 company.
    17. 17. How much does a tablet cost?
    18. 18. Or…
    19. 19. How cheap can a tablet get?
    20. 20. How much does a house cost?
    21. 21. ‘’There are tons of things we could have done years ago; if we only could have imagined it.’’ - Richard Seymour
    22. 22. A story of fish…
    23. 23. 2007
    24. 24. We want to start Okay a company!! ...
    25. 25. …to make videogames… ...
    26. 26. …videogames ...– for Facebook
    27. 27. That people ...can play for free
    28. 28. And within 700 days we ...aim to sell the company.
    29. 29. For 400 million. ...
    30. 30. Dollar. ...
    31. 31. ‘’Right’’
    32. 32. Og innen 700 dager skal ... vi selge selskapet.
    33. 33. ‘’We were a bunch of friends whoalways dreamt of making games…’’
    34. 34. Try explaining that using classic strategy models.
    35. 35. Dream Bigger
    36. 36. DreamBigger
    37. 37. The real brake on innovationis the drag of old mental models. - Gary Hamel
    38. 38. .....the problem...
    39. 39. The Dinosaur Theory Still being developed. Action research in practice.
    40. 40. Your manager is male over 40
    41. 41. He’s more concerned with keeping andprotecting the status quo, than trying out new things.
    42. 42. No.
    43. 43. No.......
    44. 44. No!
    45. 45. ‘’It’s probably best if we just did like last year.....’’
    46. 46. Yes, but….. Can’t be done… Can’t afford it…. We’ve tried this before…You haven’t been here long enough to…
    47. 47. The Dinosaur theory says you reach a point whencreativity, curiosity, the desire forchange, the taste for risks and fornew things all start to fade away.
    48. 48. Change becomes unpleasant.
    49. 49. Innovation andnew ideas
    50. 50. In short, you become a Dinosaur
    51. 51. But, Dinosaur is a mental age. It is not a physical age. Hypothesis
    52. 52. The opposite…..
    53. 53. A pirate:
    54. 54. Definition:Brave, unafraid, bold, cocky, ten acious , eager, skilled, never backs down.
    55. 55. He likes to change things.Likes to challenge the status quo.He is a disruptor by nature.
    56. 56. Your goal...
    57. 57. Your goal...
    58. 58. Pirates
    59. 59. We call this…. Pirate thinking
    60. 60. What does the followingfirms have in common?
    61. 61. All started by people under 30. *Bezos var 30, Nike hadde en eldre kollega. Disneys eldre bror var like over 30.
    62. 62. What unique opportunities does Statoil give people under 30?
    63. 63. 30/30 – rule in strategy
    64. 64. HOW?
    65. 65. 5,-
    66. 66. Is this the right place?
    67. 67. …for your Pirate thinking?
    68. 68. Management innovation
    69. 69. Can we re:think leadership at ?
    70. 70. ‘’Nothing is more dangerous than an idea who’s time has come’’ - Victor Hugo
    71. 71. Screw it,let’s do it.
    72. 72. So, what does all this mean for MY leadership?
    73. 73. I think you have to think a little bit different. - Steve Jobs
    74. 74. Which Big, Brave Questions are you asking?
    75. 75. If you can change one thing about this company, what would it be?
    76. 76. Tomorrow’s companies are not yet invented.
    77. 77. Tomorrow’s technologies are not yet invented.
    78. 78. Tomorrow’s management is not yet invented.
    79. 79. You are the next generation.
    80. 80. It is up to you...
    81. 81. And that’s all up to YOU
    82. 82. @engageinnovate
    83. 83. Thank youTwitter: @engageinnovateBlog: http://wp.me/1BUWtWeb: engage-innovate.comE: christian@engage-innovate.comM. +4792415949
    84. 84. Its kind of fun to do the impossible.En historie om Fisk.

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