As a way to develop actionable plans within projects and initiatives, « Human centricity and systemic innovation » explores multiple dimensions of diversity to explain how they jointly contribute to build intelligent and systemic innovation.
This four parts analysis enables to apprehend diversity as a multiple lenses tool to define those values that bind teams and projects together, as well as external challenges and synergies that can be addressed through ecosystems and knowledge networks.
The first part, « Diversity and the dynamic of change », takes the reader through the mechanics of diversity as a horizontal, vertical, systemic and technical reading grid of external and internal ecosystems to ensure identified missions are assigned to relevant projects and teams.
The second part, « Diversity to connect knowledge and experience », dives into business benefits generated by diversity: systemic growth, smart leadership and dimensional diversity. They respectively form the business, leadership and operational engines of systemic innovation generated by diversity.
The combined understanding of human and business benefits of diversity as identified in these two first parts enables to understand how project management and creativity can benefit from diversity into operational action plans, « the diversity scope » and « creativity in action », detailed in the third part: « Diversity to reach systemic impact ».
Finally, the fourth part, « Diversity as a core element of intelligent change », applies the previously defined systemic innovation plan to demonstrate how social intelligence, skills for change, open innovation and individual values can be combined to generate systemic innovation from human-centricity.