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How to Become an Innovation Leader

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Bennett Blank, Intuit , @BlankBen

Mastering lean startup principles takes practice, but teaching an entire company how to do it at scale is a entirely different leadership challenge altogether. Meet Bennett Blank, who was responsible for scaling Lean Startup at Intuit. Bennett will share what he discovered along Intuit’s journey, and best practices for making the leap from individual ability to organizational capability. You’ll learn tips and tricks for leading change, transforming your organization and your career in the process.

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How to Become an Innovation Leader

  1. 1. LEAN LEADERSHIP Send me your thoughts @BlankBen Bennett Blank Innovation Leader, Intuit
  2. 2. About Me I’m a recovering product manager, and early adopter of Lean Startup at Intuit. It’s no fun doing it alone, so I taught hundreds of employees how to do it too.
  3. 3. • Gives us safety to take bigger risks • Makes the first step easy • We judge the process instead of ourselves Why I Love Lean Startup
  4. 4. Lean Leadership How to scale from individual ability to organizational capability. ME to WE
  5. 5. • Convince, then create • Command from above • Flawless intellect • Success vs. failure • Prove I’m right • Get stabbed (no fun) • Create, then convince • Inspire from below • Enlightened trial & error • Discover the truth • Admit I’m wrong • Not stabbed! CAESAR vs. SCIENTIST
  6. 6. “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams
  7. 7. Scalable, Repeatable, You… (learn Judo)
  8. 8. GO WHERE YOU’RE LOVED Start small and seek out like-minded people. Solve other peoples’ problems, and you will gain allies wherever you go. Images Source © Michael Hultström Creative Commons License
  9. 9. Early Adopters Great innovators can come from anywhere
  10. 10. GIVE IT AWAY Let others make it their own, no strings attached. Leverage existing culture. Draft off existing words, concepts and programs you already have in place. Images Source © Michael Hultström Creative Commons License
  11. 11. “100 Startups in 100 Days” $30M Impact in 18 months
  12. 12. TEACH & INSPIRE Show, don’t tell. You can’t expect others to join if you don’t show them how. Images Source © Michael Hultström Creative Commons License
  13. 13. Teachers Need Students People will use what they know.
  14. 14. Students Become Teachers Hundreds of people become the next expert
  15. 15. USE YOUR CULTURE Position Lean Startup as an evolution to what you already do... Your organization already has an entrepreneurial culture, steal it! Images Source © Michael Hultström Creative Commons License
  16. 16. Existing Frameworks
  17. 17. Innovation Days = Lean Startup Use their words, not your own.
  18. 18. YOU ARE THE PRODUCT Apply Lean Startup to YOU. How might you inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more?
  19. 19. Thank you Send me your thoughts @BlankBen Bennett Blank Innovation Leader, Intuit

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