OIA 3

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Colliders 2 & 4 from Open Innovation Accelerator London 2012

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OIA 3

  1. 1. COLLIDER 2OPEN INNOVATION MINDSETSNICK JANKEL, WECREATEFEB 2012
  2. 2. BUILDING THE CAPACITY FOR LEADERS & ORGS TOINNOVATE COLLABORATIVELY &PURPOSEFULLYTHROUGH CAPACITY BUILDING, TRAINING, COACHING& ORG DESIGN
  3. 3. IN THIS SESSIONOI IS NOT JUST A FAD. A NEW AGE THAT WILLCHANGE EVERY PART OF HUMAN LIFECIQ MOST IMPORTANT SKILL OF 21ST CTHERE IS ALWAYS A WIN WIN WIN
  4. 4. OPENOPEN OPEN
  5. 5. CLOSEYOUR EYES
  6. 6. INNOVATIONDEFINES US AS A SPECIESINTUITIVE HUMAN CAPACITY TO SOLVEPROBLEMS
  7. 7. INNOVATION IS IN OUR DNA AND MAKES US HUMAN
  8. 8. 5 MILLENNIA100-300 WATTS / DAY+ A FEW TOOLS10,000 WATTS / DAY + 1010 TOOLS
  9. 9. NETWORKEFFECTINNOVATION OF NEW ARTIFACTS, EMBEDDED INNEW COLLECTIVE ACTIVITIES, GENERATES NEWORGS LEADS TO NEW VALUES AND NEW NEEDSAND NEW INNOVATIONS
  10. 10. PRINTINGPRESSPAPER, BOOKS, SALES FORCE, TRAVEL,PAMPHLETS, IDEAS, NEW ORGANISATIONS, NEWPOLITICAL PARTIES, NEW STATES, NEW FORMSOF LEARNING
  11. 11. THE WAY TO CREATE VALUE CHANGES AS SOCIETY CHANGES HIERARCHIES / BUREAUCRACIES TRIBES / CLASS MARKETS
  12. 12. TRIBE (CLASS) HIERARCHY MARKET POWER THROUGHCENTRAL STRENGTH THROUGH REWARDS THROUGH AUTHORITY IDEA SOLIDARITY COMPETITION (VIOLENCE) FEAR AND VESTED GREED & SELF-MOTIVES LOYALTY AND KIN INTEREST INTEREST VALUE CONQUER NATIONS & ECONOMIES OF SCALE COLLECTIVE LABOURCREATION MARKETS & PROPRIETARY IP RESOURCES GIVEN TO RESOURCE TAKEN BY RESOURCE EARNT BYECONOMY STRONG IN FEALTY POWERFUL INGENUITY & EFFORTTYPES OF ENTREPRENEUR / HERO AUTOCRAT LEADER TECHNOCRAT
  13. 13. WHAT NEXT? HIERARCHIES / BUREAUCRACIES ?TRIBES / CLASS MARKETS
  14. 14. INTHE LAST24HOURS
  15. 15. 1BILLIONCONTENT PIECES ADDED TO FACEBOOK
  16. 16. 70,000HOURSYOUTUBE VIDEOS UPLOADED
  17. 17. 3BILLIONYOUTUBE VIDEOS VIEWED
  18. 18. 3VIDEOSPER GLOBAL INTERNET USER PER DAY
  19. 19. 30MILLIONIPHONE APPS DOWNLOADEDANDFACEBOOK APPS DOWNLOADED
  20. 20. 500MILLIONSKYPE CALLS
  21. 21. 100,000NEW LINKEDIN MEMBERS
  22. 22. 100,000NEW INTERNET USERS
  23. 23. 300BILLIONEMAILS SENT
  24. 24. 16BILLIONSMS MESSAGES SENT
  25. 25. “SOWHAT?”
  26. 26. REVOLUTION2.0
  27. 27. WITH GREATER LONG-TERM & FAR-REACHING IMPACTS THAN THE POLITICAL REVOLUTIONS THAT SHOOK THE WORLD
  28. 28. DRIVENBY THE WEB
  29. 29. LIBERATINGINTRINSIC HUMAN NATURE TO CREATE,SHARE, CONNECT
  30. 30. WWWWEB, DOT COMS, VC’S, INCUBATORS, SOCIALNETWORKING, FILE SHARING, WEB 2.0,CROWD-SOURCING, NEED TO COLLABORATE,NEW FORMS IP, NEW LAWS ETC ETC
  31. 31. “A revolution doesnthappen when societyadopts new tools. Ithappens when societyadopts new behaviours.”CLAY SHIRKY
  32. 32. HIERARCHIES ARE BEING DISSOLVED IN A GLOBALISED PARTICIPATORY NETWORKED SOCIETYwww.wecreate.c 34 c
  33. 33. HIERARCHIES / NETWORKS BUREAUCRACIESTRIBES / CLASS MARKETS
  34. 34. TRIBE (CLASS) HIERARCHY MARKET NETWORK POWER THROUGH FLOURISHINGCENTRAL STRENGTH THROUGH REWARDS THROUGH AUTHORITY THROUGH IDEA SOLIDARITY COMPETITION (VIOLENCE) CO-CREATION COMMON PURPOSE & FEAR AND VESTED GREED & SELF-MOTIVES LOYALTY AND KIN COLLECTIVE INTEREST INTEREST BETTERMENT VALUE COLLECTIVE CONQUER NATIONS & ECONOMIES OF SCALECREATION INVENTION MARKETS & PROPRIETARY IP RESOURCES GIVEN TO RESOURCE TAKEN BY RESOURCE EARNT BYECONOMY STRONG IN FEALTY POWERFUL INGENUITY & EFFORTTYPES OF ENTREPRENEUR / HERO AUTOCRAT LEADER TECHNOCRAT
  35. 35. "Predicting the future of theInternet is easy: anything ithasn’t yet dramaticallytransformed, it will. People,companies, investors and evencountries can’t stop thistransformation. The onlychoice you have is whetheryou join the side of innovationand progress or you don’t.”CHRIS DIXON
  36. 36. POWERLIES INCREASINGLY AT THE EDGES
  37. 37. PEOPLE POWER IS DRIVING EVERYTHING FROMTHE RISE OF OBESITY TO THE UPRISINGSOF THE ARAB SPRING
  38. 38. VERTICALSBREAKING DOWN
  39. 39. PARTS OF SOCIETY ARE COMING TOGETHER TO SOLVE OUR MOST PRESSING CHALLENGESwww.wecreate.c 41 c
  40. 40. SCARCITYNOT ENOUGH TIME, MONEY OR INTELLIGENCETO WORK ALONE
  41. 41. THE AMBITIOUS KNOW THEY NEED TOCOLLABORATE
  42. 42. AGE OFCO-CREATION
  43. 43. “If you want to go fast,go alone. If you want togo far, go with a group.” AFRICAN PROVERB
  44. 44. LAWOF REQUISITE VARIETY
  45. 45. FIT THECONTEXTOR FAIL
  46. 46. GM - INVENTOR OFLINE MANAGEMENT & KPI’S - WENT BUST IN THE NETWORK 48
  47. 47. KODAK INVENTED DIGITAL CAMERA BUT COULDN’T UNDERSTAND WHERE VALUERESIDES FOR THE NETWORKED CONSUMER 49
  48. 48. ? 50
  49. 49. PRINCIPLESOF HOW WE DO BUSINESS MUST CHANGE
  50. 50. ORGANISESYSTEMS AND PROFIT CENTRES AROUNDTHE NET(WORK)
  51. 51. NETSWORK
  52. 52. REDUCETRANSACTION COSTS, OPPORTUNITY COSTS
  53. 53. INCREASEFLOW OF IDEAS & INTENTIONS
  54. 54. OPEN UPTO RESOURCES & SOURCES OF VALUEOUTSIDE OF THE ORGANISATION
  55. 55. TRIBE (CLASS) HIERARCHY MARKET NETWORK POWER THROUGH FLOURISHINGCENTRAL STRENGTH THROUGH REWARDS THROUGH AUTHORITY THROUGH IDEA SOLIDARITY COMPETITION (VIOLENCE) CO-CREATION COMMON PURPOSE & FEAR AND VESTED GREED & SELF-MOTIVES LOYALTY AND KIN COLLECTIVE INTEREST INTEREST BETTERMENT VALUE CONQUER NATIONS & ECONOMIES OF SCALE ENABLING COLLECTIVE LABOURCREATION MARKETS & PROPRIETARY IP ECOSYSTEMS RESOURCES GIVEN TO RESOURCE TAKEN BY RESOURCE EARNT BY RESOURCES FLOW TOECONOMY STRONG IN FEALTY POWERFUL INGENUITY & EFFORT OPEN SHARERSTYPES OF ENTREPRENEUR / HERO AUTOCRAT COLLABORATOR LEADER TECHNOCRAT
  56. 56. ENABLING ECOSYSTEMS SCALE & PROPRIETARY IP
  57. 57. 7XMORE VALUE CREATED PER EMPLOYEE
  58. 58. BUSINESSAS UNUSUAL
  59. 59. COLLABORATION TAKES ASIGNIFICANT INVESTMENT OF ENERGY AND A DIFFERENT WAY OF WORKING WITH VERY DIFFERENT MINDSETS
  60. 60. KNOWHOW
  61. 61. KNOWWHAT, WHEN, WHO & WHY
  62. 62. PHDsMBAS, IQ ETC...
  63. 63. CIQTHE MOST IMPORTANT SKILL OF THE 21STCENTURY
  64. 64. BACTERIA BETTER ABLETO COLLABORATE THAN MOST OF US!
  65. 65. TRAINEDTO COMPETE
  66. 66. BORNTO COLLABORATE
  67. 67. SHIFTDOMINANT MINDSET
  68. 68. TRUSTYOURSELF & OTHERS
  69. 69. SEEKWIN WINS
  70. 70. SEEKWIN WIN WINS
  71. 71. ALWAYSEXIST IF WILLING TO ABANDONASSUMPTIONS
  72. 72. STATUS QUOMAINTAINED BY OUTDATED ASSUMPTIONS
  73. 73. DIVERSETEAMS MORE CREATIVE THAN INDIVIDUALGENIUSES
  74. 74. DISRUPTIVEINNOVATION IS MORE LIKELY TO BE CO-CREATED
  75. 75. RISKY?BUSINESS
  76. 76. HOLDING ONTOTHE OLD MINDSET IS FAR MORE DANGEROUS THAN RISKING THE NEW ONE
  77. 77. $85 BILLIONTO $0
  78. 78. “All power is a trust; weare accountable for itsexercise; that from thepeople, and for thepeople all springs, andall must exist.”DISRAELI
  79. 79. “In the long history ofhumankind (and animalkind, too) those wholearned to collaborateand improvise mosteffectively haveprevailed.”CHARLES DARWIN
  80. 80. IN THIS SESSIONOI IS NOT JUST A FAD. A NEW AGE THAT WILLCHANGE EVERY PART OF HUMAN LIFECIQ MOST IMPORTANT SKILL OF 21ST CTHERE IS ALWAYS A WIN WIN WIN
  81. 81. COLLIDER 4OPEN INNOVATION LEADERSHIPNICK JANKEL, WECREATEFEB 2012
  82. 82. “Be patient toward everythingunresolved in your heart and try tolove the questions themselves...Do not now seek the answers,which cannot be given you becauseyou would not be able to live them.And the point is, to live everything.Live the questions now. Perhapsyou will then gradually, withoutnoticing it, live along some distantday into the answer.”RAINER MARIA RILKE
  83. 83. IN THIS SESSIONDIFFERENT FORMS OF COLLABORATION REQUIREDIFFERENT MINDSETS & TOOLSCOLLABORATIVE LEADERSHIP REQUIRES 7UNUSUAL QUALITIESCO-COACHING AND CO-LEARNING BOOST CIQ
  84. 84. 1 Collaborative Co-CreativeCooperative Closed
  85. 85. POSSIBILITY FOCUSEDOPENRESPONSIVENETWORKEDRESILIENTEMPATHICCOACHABLE
  86. 86. The pioneeringcreative leadership & collaboration coaching programme
  87. 87. IN THIS SESSIONDIFFERENT FORMS OF COLLABORATION REQUIREDIFFERENT MINDSETS & TOOLSCOLLABORATIVE LEADERSHIP REQUIRES 7UNUSUAL QUALITIESCO-COACHING AND CO-LEARNING BOOST CIQ
  88. 88. CONNECTNICK@WECREATE.CCWECREATE.CCNICKJANKEL.COM

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