INNOVATION TALES

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INNOVATION TALES

  1. 1. @MIND_MAVERICKINNOVATIONTALESNICK JANKEL, WECREATELIVERPOOL VICTORIASEP 2011
  2. 2. ORTHEFELLOWSHIPOF K-CHING
  3. 3. BUILDING THE CAPACITY FORORGANISATIONS TO CO-CREATETHROUGHTRAINING, COACHING & CULTURE-CHANGE
  4. 4. BLAHHOW MANY TIMES DO WE HERE PEOPLETALKING TALKING TALKING ABOUTINNOVATION?
  5. 5. IMPACTFULLEVERAGE OF IDEAS
  6. 6. INCREMENTAL
  7. 7. DISRUPTIVE
  8. 8. QUEST
  9. 9. VENTUREFORTH TO FIND THE HIDDEN TREASURE
  10. 10. MAKING NEW CONNECTIONS BETWEEN INFORMATION
  11. 11. THING?
  12. 12. THINKING!AND THEREFORE A WAY OF DOINGBUSINESS / LIFE
  13. 13. STATUS QUOMAINTAINED BY OUTDATED ASSUMPTIONS
  14. 14. OLD IDEAS STOP USTHINKING FREELY
  15. 15. LET GOOF THE OLD IDEAS
  16. 16. NO MATTERHOW HARD
  17. 17. BEFOREWE GET NEW ONES
  18. 18. THE BIG IDEASTHAT CREATE GROWTH
  19. 19. SmartyPig
  20. 20. SAFETYIN OLD ASSUMPTIONS, CONVENTIONS ANDMYTHS
  21. 21. RISKOF CHALLENGING THEM
  22. 22. ILLUSIONBECAUSE HOLDING ONTO THE OLD IDEAS ISFAR MORE DANGEROUS LONG-TERM THANRISKING NEW ONES
  23. 23. $85 BILLIONWENT BUST BY CLINGING ONTO OLD IDEAS?
  24. 24. NEWMYTHSCREATE NEW THOUGHTS & NEW BEHAVIORS
  25. 25. NEWSEGMENT INCREMENTAL DISRUPTIVE BUSINESS AS USUAL OLD INCREMENTALSEGMENT PROBLEMS AS USUAL OLD BEHAVIOUR NEW BEHAVIOUR
  26. 26. “A revolution doesnthappen when societyadopts new tools. Ithappens when societyadopts newbehaviours.”CLAY SHIRKY
  27. 27. NEW ZOPASEGMENT SMARTYPIG KIVA OLD WONGASEGMENT OLD BEHAVIOUR NEW BEHAVIOUR
  28. 28. STORYALL INNOVATION IS A NARRATIVE
  29. 29. HUMANEXPERIENCE IS EMBEDDED IN STORY
  30. 30. 70%OF WHAT WE LEARN IS THROUGH STORIES
  31. 31. "Those who do not havepower over their story —the power to retell it,rethink it, deconstruct it,joke about it, and changeit as times change -truly are powerless,because they cannot thinknew thoughts.”SALMAN RUSHDIE
  32. 32. STORIESDEFINE OUR ASSUMPTIONS, OURBUSINESSES AND OUR SOCIETY
  33. 33. CHANGETHE GAME?FIRST YOU MUST CHANGE THE STORY
  34. 34. "You can neverchange things byfighting the existingreality. To changesomething, build anew model thatmakes the existingmodel obsolete."BUCKMINSTER FULLER
  35. 35. ENGINEERINGINNOVATION
  36. 36. CONSCIOUSNESS SHIFT CONVENTIONS CONVICTION CONFLICT CONCEPTCONNECTION CONCRETE IMPACT
  37. 37. CONNECTIONTHE ISSUE IN REAL, HUMAN TERMSTHE PROBLEM, NEED OR DESIRE
  38. 38. CONFLICTWHY THE PREVIOUS SOLUTIONS HAVETRIED TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM BUT FAILED
  39. 39. CONVENTIONSTHE CONVENTIONS OF THE SECTORTHE MYTHS THAT NEED CHALLENGING
  40. 40. CONSCIOUSNESSSHIFTTHE INSIGHTTHE CREATIVE LEAPTHE NEW WAY OF THINKING
  41. 41. “Problems cannot besolved by the samelevel of thinking thatcreated them.”ALBERT EINSTEIN
  42. 42. UNCONSCIOUS SOLUTION MARKET DISRUPTIONUNCONSCIOUS PROBLEM CONSCIOUS LATENT SOLUTION NEEDS CONSCIOUS NEW PROBLEM INNOVATION INNOVATION OPPORTUNITY
  43. 43. CONVICTIONTHE VISION, OPPORTUNITY, COMMITMENT(SOMETHING BIGGER THAN YOURSELF)
  44. 44. CONCEPTTHE IDEA, THE SOLUTION
  45. 45. CONCRETEIMPACT IN THE REAL-WORLDWHAT IS THE NEW BEHAVIOUR?WHAT IS IN IT FOR US / CONSUMERS / THEWORLD?
  46. 46. “IDEAS” CONSCIOUSNESS SHIFT CONVENTIONS CONVICTION CONFLICT CONCEPTCONNECTION CONCRETE IMPACT “REALITY”
  47. 47. "If you’re going tohave a story, have abig story, or none atall."JOSEPH CAMPBELL
  48. 48. HIERARCHIES MAINTAIN THE OLD STORIESwww.wecreate
  49. 49. GROUPTHINK
  50. 50. CULTUREOF INNOVATION & COLLABORATION IS KING
  51. 51. HIERARCHIES ARE BEING DISSOLVED IN A GLOBALISED PARTICIPATORYwww.wecreate 65
  52. 52. NETWORKEDSOCIETY
  53. 53. (EM)POWERIN NETWORKS, INDIVIDUALS CAN INFLUENCELARGE TEAMS TO GENERATE INNOVATIONFROM THE BOTTOM-UPSHIFTING THE CULTURE
  54. 54. DIVERSETEAMS MORE LIKELY TO CREATE BRILLIANCETHAN MANY SIMILAR GENIUSES
  55. 55. WHEN WE COLLABORATE WEOPEN UP POSSIBILITIES THAN ONE ALONE COULD NOT DO
  56. 56. DOUBTTHE POWER OF CO-CREATION?
  57. 57. TOGETHEREVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE
  58. 58. www.wecreate.ccwww.elementalworldwide.com/wecoach
  59. 59. CONNECTNICK@WECREATE.CC@MIND_MAVERICKWWW.WECREATE.CC (NEWSLETTER)

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