Innovations Missing Piece v3

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Innovation processes these days are missing the most important piece of the puzzle. The one step that makes the difference between the electric lights and gas lights.

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Innovations Missing Piece v3

  1. 1. INOVA N’S MISSING PIECE
  2. 2. INNOVATION IS MISSING
  3. 3. INNOVATION PROCESSES WHAT DOES YOUR INNOVATION PROCESS LOOK LIKE?
  4. 4. WALLAS MODEL 1.  Preparation (definition of issue, observation, and study) 2.  Incubation (laying the issue aside for a time) 3.  Illumination (the moment when a new idea finally emerges) 4.  Verification (checking it out)
  5. 5. UNIVERSAL TRAVELER MODEL 1. Accept the situation (as a challenge) 2. Analyze (to discover the quot;world of the problemquot;) 3. Define (the main issues and goals) 4. Ideate (to generate options) 5. Select (to choose among options) 6. Implement (to give physical form to the idea) 7.  Evaluate (to review and plan again
  6. 6. OSBORN’S 7 STEP MODEL 1.  Orientation: pointing up the problem 2.  Preparation: gathering pertinent data 3.  Analysis: breaking down the relevant material 4.  Ideation: piling up alternatives by way of ideas 5.  Incubation: letting up, to invite illumination 6.  Synthesis: putting the pieces together 7.  Evaluation: judging the resulting ideas
  7. 7. WHAT IS THE MOST… MISSED STEP? NEXT EXIT
  8. 8. I’LL GIVE YOU A CLUE
  9. 9. 1.  Orientation: pointing up the problem 2.  Preparation: gathering pertinent data 3.  Analysis: breaking down the relevant material 4.  Ideation: piling up alternatives by way of ideas 5.  Incubation: letting up, to invite illumination 6.  Synthesis: putting the pieces together 7.  Evaluation: judging the resulting ideas
  10. 10. 1.  Orientation: pointing up the problem 2.  Preparation: gathering pertinent data 3.  Analysis: breaking down the relevant material 4.  Ideation: piling up alternatives by way of ideas 5.  Incubation: letting up, to invite illumination 6.  Synthesis: putting the pieces together 7.  Evaluation: judging the resulting ideas
  11. 11. I WONDER WHY… JONES?... JONES? WHERE ARE YOU?
  12. 12. ERRMM… I’M INCUBATING??
  13. 13. DOES INCUBATION WORK?
  14. 14. 100 Years Ago… Jules Henri Poincaré (1854 1912) French Mathematician, Theoretical Physicist and Philosopher of Science “Most striking at first is this appearance of sudden illumination, a manifest sign of long, unconscious prior work. The role of this unconscious work in mathematical invention appears to me incontestable” Over a 100 years ago Henri Poincare described how incubation was an important part of mathematical invention.
  15. 15. ~400 BC – GREEK MUSES The Greek Muses were goddesses that inspired artists. Artists would wait to be visited by a muse to inspire a new idea.
  16. 16. WHY IS INCUBATION IGNORED? INCUBATION can take months, years, decades. DNA
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  17. 17. CAN YOU IMPROVE INCUBATION? YES There are a number of techniques you can use to improve incubation.
  18. 18. LESSON 1: INCUBATION IS NOT PROCRASTINATION PROCRASTINATION HAPPENS BEFORE HARD WORK INCUBATION HAPPENS AFTER HARD WORK MARK McGUINESS www.wishfulthinking.co.uk
  19. 19. LESSON 2: IMMERSE YOURSELF IN THE DOMAIN You need to immerse yourself in the problem domain and field prior to Incubation OrientaPon
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  20. 20. LESSON 3: THINK BEFORE YOU INCUBATE “Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration.” THOMAS EDISON Edison conducted more 10,000 experiments to develop the storage battery.
  21. 21. LESSON 4: FRAME THE PROBLEM PROBLEM Define the problem that you are trying to solve; requirements, constraints, assumptions, dependencies
  22. 22. LESSON 5: USE QUESTIONS Ask questions that have not been answered about the problem: HOW, WHY, WHAT, WHEN, WHO Questions help focus the mind on the problem
  23. 23. LESSON 6: WRITE IT DOWN Write down the problem, the open questions, any ideas you have and carry it around with you.
  24. 24. LESSON 7: RINSE REPEAT THINK… INCUBATE… THINK… INCUBATE… THINK… INCUBATE… Iterate through this process multiple times.
  25. 25. HOW THINKCUBE WAS BORN THINK… INCUBATE THINKCUBATION… THINKCUBE GET IT?
  26. 26. THINKCUBE’S PROCESS Turns Incubation from a PASSIVE step into an ACTIVE process
  27. 27. RETHINK CLICK CUBE TO FIND OUT MORE WWW.METAMEMES.COM INNOVATION

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