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Disruptive influences on leadership and innovation

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Disruptive Influences on
Leadership & Innovation
By Aaron Bare

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What do you want to learn about
disruption, leadership & innovation?

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Disruption is revolution

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Disruptive influences on leadership and innovation

  1. 1. Disruptive Influences on Leadership & Innovation By Aaron Bare
  2. 2. What do you want to learn about disruption, leadership & innovation?
  3. 3. Disruption is revolution
  4. 4. Photo Credit: PhotoDu.de “There are no companies that have good slow decisions. There are only good companies that have fast decisions.” – Larry Page, CEO of Google
  5. 5. Disruption is digital entrepreneurs reinventing everything around us.
  6. 6. 38 years 14 years 4 years 3 years 2.75 years 1.75 year 88 days speed to 50 Million Users Disruption is
  7. 7. Disruption is focusing companies on innovation & not competition.
  8. 8. 127 Trillion The number of emails sent on the Internet in 2011. Source: Royal Pingdom
  9. 9. Disruption is no email addresses in your company.
  10. 10. DISRUPTION IS LEAN, ITERATIVE, AGILE
  11. 11. Photo Credit: Rosaura Ochoa Source: Mashable Disruption is 230 million daily tweets, over 200 million tweeters
  12. 12. Disruption turns a $100 Billion dollar industry into $100 Million
  13. 13. Source: Tech Herald Photo Credit: Oversocialized Disruption is 500 million+ active users
  14. 14. Photo Credit: jonsson Source: Techcrunch Disruption is 2 billion videos watched daily
  15. 15. Disruption is 135 million professionals linked together
  16. 16. 152 Million blogs on the internet on virtually every subject imaginable. Source: Jess3 Disruption is…
  17. 17. The Future needs Filters
  18. 18. Photo Credit: jonsson Source: Techcrunch Disruption is destroying entire industries Telecom Photofinishing Publishers Book sellers Video Rental Music Travel Agents Radio
  19. 19. Disruption is even destroying the web
  20. 20. That same disruption is creating an app for every issue in our lives
  21. 21. Disruption is putting everything we own into a cloud
  22. 22. Disruption Is MOBILE
  23. 23. Disruption is changing the way we think, buy, sell, interact
  24. 24. DISRUPTION IS FORCING OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH PRIVACY TO CHANGE
  25. 25. Disruption removes barriers
  26. 26. Disruption likes risk & failure
  27. 27. Photo Credit: xJasonRogersx Disruption demands new business models
  28. 28. Disruption demands leadership
  29. 29. What is a leader?
  30. 30. Leadership is vision Leadership is creating a shared vision
  31. 31. Leadership Is creating Alignment
  32. 32. Leadership is setting the culture
  33. 33. Leaders save forest not trees
  34. 34. Leaders are entrepreneurs
  35. 35. What is an Entrepreneur? One who undertakes innovation, finance & business acumen in an effort to transform innovation into economic goods.
  36. 36. Leadership demands innovation
  37. 37. What is Innovation? The creation of better or more effective product, process, service, technology, or ideas.
  38. 38. Innovation is not Invention
  39. 39. Associate Experiment Question Observe Network Innovation is connecting the dots…
  40. 40. • Associating: The ability to connect seemingly unrelated questions, problems or ideas from different fields. • Questioning: Innovators constantly ask questions that challenge the common wisdom. They ask "why?", "why not?" and "what if?” • Observing: Discovery-driven executives scrutinize common phenomena, particularly the behavior of potential customers. • Experimenting: Innovative entrepreneurs actively try out new ideas by creating prototypes and launching pilots. • Networking: innovators go out of their way to meet people with different ideas and perspectives. * Hyper Island 5,000
  41. 41. BRAINSTORMING Deferring Judgment Encouraging wild ideas Staying on topic Headlining your idea Building upon others ideas Being visual Having one conversation at a time Going for Volume INNOVATION IS…
  42. 42. Innovation is about coming to the conclusion on the idea to pursue.
  43. 43. INNOVATION is a disruptive trends & changing skillset
  44. 44. Checkered Flag Run Activation
  45. 45. DISRUPTION IS INNOVATIVE LEADERS BEING THE CHANGE THEY SEE IN THE WORLD.
  46. 46. Disruption will demand every leader to make dramatic changes.
  47. 47. As the next 10 years will create twice the change as the last 10 years
  48. 48. Are you ready?
  49. 49. Good luck!
  50. 50. There is a great opportunity for those that are prepared.
  51. 51. Thank you!

Editor's Notes

  • In the next 10 years, every profession will change.
  • Write on board
  • From Occupy Wall Street to the Arab Spring, Social Media has created disruptive revolutions. Disruption is local. Disruption is global.
  • Puberty. An eager teenager. No color screens on cell phones. No real smart phones.
  • Thunderbird students
  • Implications for IP.
  • AGILE, SCRUM. Are lawyers?
  • 400 Million who spend 30+ minutes daily on Facebook.
  • Old Spice
  • Free legal documents, do it yourself lawyers.
  • Consumers are moving faster than brands. Because of crowdsourcing and quicker adaptation, we are changing how we get things done and interact with each other faster. Some fundamentals still apply.
  • Frictionless, Automated, removes competitive barriers, lowers protections, opens up source
  • Disruptive models, pivots, small bets, likely success. Iterative. Failure. Risk. Portfolio. R&D. Agile. Quick. Crowdsource.
  • Analog dollars to digital pennies. Find an online business model. Find a mobile business model. Find a business model where your customers are going, not where they are.


    04-10 66b to 142b and expected at 162b, Amazon 100b, 1/3 online
  • Not big company efficiency. Disruption is executing on innovation, product development, design, marketing and sales.
  • What is a leader?
  • Leadership is alignment
  • I only need 1 in 10 of you to become an Entrepreneur to have a fully Employed room.
  • Associating: The ability to connect seemingly unrelated questions, problems or ideas from different fields.
     
    Questioning: Innovators constantly ask questions that challenge the common wisdom. They ask "why?", "why not?" and "what if?"
     
    Observing: Discovery-driven executives scrutinize common phenomena, particularly the behavior of potential customers.
     
    Experimenting: Innovative entrepreneurs actively try out new ideas by creating prototypes and launching pilots.
    IDEO – Innovation
     
    Networking: innovators go out of their way to meet people with different ideas and perspectives.
  • 1. Defer Judgment. Don't block someone else's idea if you don't like it...put it on the whiteboard and maybe you'll be able to build on it later. 
    2. Go for volume. Getting to 100 ideas is better than 10, no matter what you initially think about the "quality". Try setting a goal for the number of ideas you'll get to in a certain amount of time to provide some stoke.
    3. One conversation at a time. When different conversations are going on within a team, no one can focus.
    4. Be visual. Sketch your ideas out for your teammate. It will communicate them more clearly than words alone, plus you might inspire some crazy new ideas.
    5. Headline your idea. Make it quick and sharp, then move on to the next one. 
    6.  Build on the Ideas of others. This leverages the perspectives of diverse teams and can be especially useful when you feel like you're stuck.
    7.  Stay on topic. Your idea for an edible cell phone is awesome, but not during a brainstorm on making opera more exciting for children. 
    8. Encourage wild ideas. The crazier the better...you never know where your team might be able to take it.
  • Innovation is about coming to the conclusion on the idea to pursue.
  • What is the value in disrupting, leading and innovating
  • Luck is where preparation meets opportunity.
  • Luck is where preparation meets opportunity.
  • Luck is where preparation meets opportunity.

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