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  • voiceover CRITICAL. It’s what everyone sells and only we can offer via 1) diversity 2) parallel processing and self selection and 3) offloading failure risk.
  • The world has changed a lot in 6 months – even before Sept 08. 9-11 without the smoke and sirens All business leaders are effected and need to modify strategies
  • 1. Let’s define OI2.Biggest Issues Culture Change – Do It Yourself ----- Proudly Found Elsewhere3. Find and combine Internal and External Ideas
  • Creating An Innovation Culture In Your Organization Dwayne Spradlin

    1. 1. “ Open”<br />Creating an Innovation Culture in Your Organization<br />UN June 10th 2009<br />Dwayne Spradlin<br />CEO InnoCentive, Inc.<br />
    2. 2. Lifelines, “Ask the Audience” and Crowdsourcing<br /><ul><li>Lifelines
    3. 3. Humans irrationally gravitate to what they know
    4. 4. Uniquely prepared minds are everywhere
    5. 5. Implications for Businesses</li></ul>* Graphics property of respective owners <br />
    6. 6. Innovation in 2009 & Beyond<br />1<br />BETTER<br />Creativity and access to the brightest minds on demand<br />2<br />FASTER<br />Competition and market conditions demand it<br />3<br />More Cost Effectively Than Before<br />Pressure on expenses<br />Organizations need to re-shape themselves<br />Flexible platforms, organizations, business models and budgeting<br />Organizations need to innovate in three ways:<br />Open Innovation is a POWEFUL ANSWER <br />for Businesses, Foundations, and Government alike<br />
    7. 7. The Benefits of Open Innovation<br />Faster time to market<br />Faster product development cycles<br />Avoid reinventing the wheel<br />Accelerated Innovation<br />Fund Solutions, not “trial & error projects”<br />Faster realization of breakthrough challenges<br />Dynamic flexibility to meet ebb & flow of demand<br />More highly skilled resources without fixed costs<br />BETTER, FASTER, and COST EFFECTIVE<br />
    8. 8. A Crisis is a Terrible Thing to Waste<br />
    9. 9. Open Innovation requires different mindset and Company Culture<br />Difference between traditional innovation and open innovation:<br />Open innovation requiresa different mindset and company culture from traditional or closed innovation.<br />Source: www.wikipedia.org<br />
    10. 10. Culture eats Strategy<br />for Lunch<br />- Customer Champion<br />
    11. 11. Distinguished Panelists<br />JUDITH ESTRIN, Author, Closing the Innovation Gap: Reigniting the Spark of Creativity in a Global EconomyTHE INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM <br />MARTHIN DE BEER, SVP, Emerging Technologies Group, CISCO SystemsCREATING YOUR INNOVATION HUB <br />NEIL BLAKESLEY, VP, Strategy Marketing & Propositions, BT AmericasUNLOCKING YOUR HIDDEN TALENT <br />JOHN GIBSON, CEO, ParadigmRE-ENERGIZING THE ENERGY INDUSTRY <br />

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