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Born with ability                    9
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Individualism & merit                        11
Innovators can be made & notjust born that way                               12
Innovation starts with you                             13
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Questioning              16
Gain understanding & empathy   Questioning                               17
Gain understanding & empathy   QuestioningWhat is?                               18
Gain understanding & empathy   QuestioningWhat is?What if ?                               19
Gain understanding & empathy   QuestioningWhat is?What if ?What caused this to happen?                               20
Gain understanding & empathy   QuestioningWhat is?What if ?What caused this to happen?Why?                               21
Gain understanding & empathy   QuestioningWhat is?What if ?What caused this to happen?Why?Why not?                        ...
Your TurnWhat do we need to do toencourage more questioning?                         23
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Observe customers & watch for workarounds                                25
Observe customers & watch for workaroundsLook for surprises; customers       don’t behave as expected                     ...
Observe customers & watch for workaroundsLook for surprises; customers       don’t behave as expectedWhy did they do that?...
Observe customers & watch for workaroundsLook for surprises; customers       don’t behave as expectedWhy did they do that?...
Your TurnHow can we observe ourcoworkers and customersmore?                          29
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Your TurnWhat is networking?                      31
Linking ideas in yourarea with ideas of otherswho play in differentSandboxes, outside yourtypical sphere                  ...
We typically network for Resources Further Careers Jobs                           33
During networking we target People like us People with resources, power authority, influence                              ...
Innovators network for Ideas Learning new things Gain new perspectives                         35
In networking innovators target People not like them Experts & non-experts w/ different backgrounds &  perspectives       ...
Innovators createIdea NetworksLook for diversity & innovation                                  37
How does this type of networking--Looking for diversity &                      innovation--impact our planning for        ...
Your TurnWhat are some ways we canencourage “idea networking”for our companies?                          39
Experimenting                40
Experimenting                41
Questioning, observing  Experimentingnetworking providedata about past andpresent. Experimentinggives data about future.  ...
A. Try New Experiences   Experimenting Cross borders Try new foods Develop new skills                         43
B. Take apart processes, services    Experimenting   products Deconstruct ideas Map processes Disassemble a process       ...
C. Test New Ideas    Experimenting Pilot a project Launch a new initiative 25%-30% experiment                           45
4 Behaviors1. Questioning2. Observing3. Experimenting4. Networking Which do you need to              work on?             ...
Associating  Associating or Associational  Thinking1. Create odd combinations                                 47
Associating  Associating or Associational  Thinking1. Create odd combinations2. Zoom in & zoom out                        ...
Associating  Associating or Associational  Thinking1. Create odd combinations2. Zoom in & zoom out3. Lego Thinking        ...
Associating  Associating or Associational  Thinking1. Create odd combinations2. Zoom in & zoom out3. Lego Thinking4. Creat...
Images by:•    AlexKess             •   josef.stuefer     •   Tonivc•   Images History        •   KatBPhotography   •   Gu...
Jeff Hurtjhurt@velvetchainsaw.comvelvetchainsaw.com                       53
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Innovation. It's the heartbeat of today's economy. It's also where you as a CRE professional need to focus your attention, time and resources to compete in today's marketplace.

Is innovation a talent from birth or something that can be learned and acquired? Good news...you can be more innovative and creative. You can change your behaviors and adopt critical innovative strategies.

Innovators think and act differently. They don't follow the status quo.

What are the traits of today's innovative professionals?
How do they think and behave?
Why don't they let traditional rules and the status quo stand in the way of their vision?
What questions benchmark their thinking?
What are the skills needed for innovative thinking and behaviors?

Don't miss this sneak peek into CoreNet Global Summit Orlando's Innovation Lab (October 9, 9:30 – 11:00 and 11:30 – 12:30).
After attending this webinar, the participant will be able to:

Identify common traits of today's innovators.
List four behaviors to adopt to create more innovation.
Explore idea networks for diversity and innovation.

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  9. 9. Born with ability 9
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  11. 11. Individualism & merit 11
  12. 12. Innovators can be made & notjust born that way 12
  13. 13. Innovation starts with you 13
  14. 14. 14
  15. 15. Questioning 15
  16. 16. Questioning 16
  17. 17. Gain understanding & empathy Questioning 17
  18. 18. Gain understanding & empathy QuestioningWhat is? 18
  19. 19. Gain understanding & empathy QuestioningWhat is?What if ? 19
  20. 20. Gain understanding & empathy QuestioningWhat is?What if ?What caused this to happen? 20
  21. 21. Gain understanding & empathy QuestioningWhat is?What if ?What caused this to happen?Why? 21
  22. 22. Gain understanding & empathy QuestioningWhat is?What if ?What caused this to happen?Why?Why not? 22
  23. 23. Your TurnWhat do we need to do toencourage more questioning? 23
  24. 24. 24
  25. 25. Observe customers & watch for workarounds 25
  26. 26. Observe customers & watch for workaroundsLook for surprises; customers don’t behave as expected 26
  27. 27. Observe customers & watch for workaroundsLook for surprises; customers don’t behave as expectedWhy did they do that? 27
  28. 28. Observe customers & watch for workaroundsLook for surprises; customers don’t behave as expectedWhy did they do that?Observe with all senses Power of three 28
  29. 29. Your TurnHow can we observe ourcoworkers and customersmore? 29
  30. 30. 30
  31. 31. Your TurnWhat is networking? 31
  32. 32. Linking ideas in yourarea with ideas of otherswho play in differentSandboxes, outside yourtypical sphere 32
  33. 33. We typically network for Resources Further Careers Jobs 33
  34. 34. During networking we target People like us People with resources, power authority, influence 34
  35. 35. Innovators network for Ideas Learning new things Gain new perspectives 35
  36. 36. In networking innovators target People not like them Experts & non-experts w/ different backgrounds & perspectives 36
  37. 37. Innovators createIdea NetworksLook for diversity & innovation 37
  38. 38. How does this type of networking--Looking for diversity & innovation--impact our planning for traditional networking? 38
  39. 39. Your TurnWhat are some ways we canencourage “idea networking”for our companies? 39
  40. 40. Experimenting 40
  41. 41. Experimenting 41
  42. 42. Questioning, observing Experimentingnetworking providedata about past andpresent. Experimentinggives data about future. 42
  43. 43. A. Try New Experiences Experimenting Cross borders Try new foods Develop new skills 43
  44. 44. B. Take apart processes, services Experimenting products Deconstruct ideas Map processes Disassemble a process 44
  45. 45. C. Test New Ideas Experimenting Pilot a project Launch a new initiative 25%-30% experiment 45
  46. 46. 4 Behaviors1. Questioning2. Observing3. Experimenting4. Networking Which do you need to work on? 46
  47. 47. Associating Associating or Associational Thinking1. Create odd combinations 47
  48. 48. Associating Associating or Associational Thinking1. Create odd combinations2. Zoom in & zoom out 48
  49. 49. Associating Associating or Associational Thinking1. Create odd combinations2. Zoom in & zoom out3. Lego Thinking 49
  50. 50. Associating Associating or Associational Thinking1. Create odd combinations2. Zoom in & zoom out3. Lego Thinking4. Create metaphors 50
  51. 51. Images by:• AlexKess • josef.stuefer • Tonivc• Images History • KatBPhotography • Gulfu• Larskflem • ezioman • Lightplay• Stuck In Customs • BRosen • ant.photos• dankos-unlmtd • X-Ray Delta One • Biscarotte• Troy Holden • Kamal H. • See-ming Lee• Garry - • like, totally • Unhindered by Talent visionandimagination. • Paolo Margari • ansik com • Laughing Squid • JKonig• NuageDeNuit • Beer Bergman • RDECOM• an untrained eye • Bobbigmac • Pink Sherbet• 3ammo • Betchaboy
  52. 52. Jeff Hurtjhurt@velvetchainsaw.comvelvetchainsaw.com 53

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