Do Or Die Innovation By Process Based Information Management

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Another "hyper-keynote" - although about half the the slides I've been using lately. 75 slides in 50 minutes, when done live. Presented multiple times, including the AIIM Conference in Boston on Tuesday, March 4th, at 2:30pm.

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Do Or Die Innovation By Process Based Information Management

  1. 1. DO OR DIE INNOVATION BY PROCESS-BASED INFORMATION MANAGEMENT DAN KELDSEN CO-FOUNDER AND PRINCIPAL WWW.INFORMATIONARCHITECTED.COM
  2. 2. DO OR DO NOT
  3. 3. THERE IS NO “TRY”
  4. 4. JEDI MASTER YODA NOW IN THE FORM OF A SELF-ADHESIVE STAMP! SOURCE: US POSTAL SERVICE
  5. 5. “INNOVATION IS OVER- RATED, OUR COMPANY IS DOING JUST FINE!”
  6. 6. IF YOU THOUGHT THAT - YOU WOULDN’T BE HERE... (I HOPE!)
  7. 7. BUT JUST IN CASE...
  8. 8. WHAT EFFECT CAN IMPROVING “INNOVATION” IN YOUR COMPANY HAVE?
  9. 9. IMPROVE “IDEA-TO- CONCEPT” TIME FROM TWO MONTHS (60 DAYS) E: T NOT OESN’ ”D NC EPT T’S A “CO EAN I ... D UCT M ED PRO FIN ISH YET.
  10. 10. TO TWO HOURS (.08 DAYS)
  11. 11. USE LEAN MANUFACTURING TO GET AN ENTIRE CAR BUILT & DELIVERED IN LESS THAN 7 DAYS FROM CUSTOMER PURCHASE
  12. 12. (RATHER THAN 6 MONTHS OF SIMPLY SITTING ON THE LOT)
  13. 13. HOW DO DRAMATICALLY TIGHTER CYCLES AFFECT COSTS AND REVENUES?
  14. 14. TTM AND REVENUE IMPACT 300,000 225,000 OF T 150,000 ARMEN YE ST 1 E 75,000 0 I NV TO N TS IN FI EG 3 AR-EVE O B R PR ’T EA -75,000 YE K 1 EA -150,000 ON IL Y D T BR -225,000 UN -300,000 Q1 2010 Q2 2010 Q3 2010 Q4 2010 Q1 2007 Q2 2007 Q3 2007 Q4 2007 Q1 2008 Q2 2008 Q3 2008 Q4 2008 Q1 2009 Q2 2009 Q3 2009 Q4 2009
  15. 15. TTM AND REVENUE IMPACT SOURCE: PRESENTATION BY VISION CONSULTING (VISION.COM) REGARDING PAYBACK AND AGILE DEVELOPMENT
  16. 16. TTM AND REVENUE IMPACT SOURCE: PRESENTATION BY VISION CONSULTING (VISION.COM) REGARDING PAYBACK AND AGILE DEVELOPMENT
  17. 17. ACCELERATE YOUR IDEAS SUSTAINABLY, FOR EVERYONE, ALL THE TIME
  18. 18. BUT HOW CAN YOU DO THAT?
  19. 19. INNOVATION != INVENTION
  20. 20. RATHER, BUILDING ON TOP OF THE PAST... INNOVATING ON TOP OF PAST INVENTIONS/INNOVATIONS
  21. 21. FOR EXAMPLE
  22. 22. INFINITY OUT OF 12 ONLY SO MANY NOTES TO WORK WITH
  23. 23. FORGE CONNECTIONS MEMORIES ARE BUILT BY PATHS THAT ARE REINFORCED OVER TIME
  24. 24. TRAPPED BY THE PAST?
  25. 25. OR FREED BY THE CONNECTIONS?
  26. 26. SO, BUSINESS AND INNOVATION... HOW DO YOU DO IT?
  27. 27. EVOLUTION & MATURITY
  28. 28. MATURITY OF INNOVATION SOURCE: 24/7 INNOVATION - STEPHEN SHAPIRO
  29. 29. UNDERSTANDING YOUR CORE SOURCE: 24/7 INNOVATION - STEPHEN SHAPIRO
  30. 30. UNDERSTANDING YOUR CORE SOURCE: 24/7 INNOVATION - STEPHEN SHAPIRO
  31. 31. POINT BEING - INNOVATION NEEDS FOCUS FIRST
  32. 32. IDEAS SECOND
  33. 33. NOTHING SO DANGEROUS AS AN IDEA... ...AS WHEN IT’S YOUR ONLY ONE
  34. 34. SO, LET’S GO FOR, SAY...
  35. 35. KAIZEN, LEAN, AND 1,000,000
  36. 36. IT’S ABOUT TEAMWORK AND INDIVIDUAL CONTRIBUTION
  37. 37. POWER OF ONE
  38. 38. OR POWER OF MANY?
  39. 39. NEED TECHNIQUES FOR INDIVIDUALS AND TEAMS
  40. 40. SOURCE: OK-CANCEL.COM CLASSIC BRAINSTORMING KILLERS (SUSPEND JUDGEMENT “ANYONE GOT A ‘GOOD’ IDEA?”)
  41. 41. CLEARLY CULTURE (AND ATTITUDE) MATTERS
  42. 42. IDEATION TOOLS T O A D H S ? W L SE O U O U T O Y SOURCE: DELPHI GROUP 2006
  43. 43. NO “INNOVATION PILL”
  44. 44. ESCAPE THE MORPHOLOGICAL MATRIX (OR NOT, ACTUALLY - THAT’S A MATRIX YOU CAN TRUST!)
  45. 45. BUT IS “THINKING HARDER” (OR MORE CREATIVELY) THE END?
  46. 46. CE N'EST PAS UN CERVEAU
  47. 47. SOURCE: BOKARDO.COM CONSUMERS CONTRIBUTE EMPLOYEES DON’T - OR SO MANY SAY...
  48. 48. IF THE PAST TRULY DOES INFORM/SHAPE TODAY AND THE FUTURE...
  49. 49. T RIZ TAPPING THE PAST IS KEY (BUT HOW DO YOU DO THAT WITHOUT WASTING TIME?)
  50. 50. HISTORY THROUGH PATENTS GENRICH ALTSHULLER - “FATHER OF TRIZ” 5 MAJOR LEVELS/CATEGORIES OF INVENTION CONVENTIONAL SOLUTIONS (32%) IMPROVEMENT OF EXISTING SYSTEM (45%) MAJOR IMPROVEMENT OF EXISTING SYSTEMS (18%) NEXT GENERATION THRU SCIENCE (4%) TRULY NEW SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DISCOVERY (1%)
  51. 51. TRIZ HAS A LARGE TOOLBOX 60 YEARS OF RESEARCH (KNOWLEDGEBASE) CONTRADICTION MATRIX (BEST PRACTICES) 9 WINDOWS (VISUALIZATION, SYSTEMS THINKING) IDEAL FINAL RESULT (VISIONING, FOCUS ON OUTCOME) MAPPING (BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT)
  52. 52. INNOVATION IS KNOWLEDGE APPLIED, NOT JUST COLLECTED
  53. 53. NEED SYSTEMS & ABILITY TO TAP YOUR PEOPLE
  54. 54. KNOWLEDGE PROCESSING ...A ND TAP HOW E Y KN XISTI OU FRO OWLE NG M O DGE U OR YOU TSIDE GAN R IZA TIO N! GRAPHIC SOURCE: IBM GLOBAL INNOVATION OUTLOOK 2005
  55. 55. TAP THOSE MINDS SENSING HUBS? GRAPHIC SOURCE: IBM GLOBAL INNOVATION OUTLOOK 2005
  56. 56. WHAT’S THE PROCESS LOOK LIKE?
  57. 57. FOCUS! SOURCE: 24/7 INNOVATION - STEPHEN SHAPIRO
  58. 58. IDEA LOOPS SOURCE: IMAGINATIK USER CONFERENCE 2006
  59. 59. “STAGE-GATE” PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
  60. 60. TO SUM UP
  61. 61. INNOVATION IS ESSENTIAL
  62. 62. OTHERWISE, YOU’RE DEAD (JUST A MATTER OF TIME)
  63. 63. NEED TO FOCUS ON AN AREA TO INNOVATE ON FIRST
  64. 64. PULL APART THE PROBLEM
  65. 65. GENERATE TONS OF IDEAS
  66. 66. (OR LOOK TO THE PAST FOR PRIOR IDEAS)
  67. 67. PICK THE BEST CANDIDATES (EVOLUTION)
  68. 68. RUN THE GAUNTLET (PROCESS)
  69. 69. TAKE IT TO THE MARKET
  70. 70. AND ADAPT AND IMPROVE AS QUICKLY AS YOU CAN
  71. 71. TO KEEP AHEAD ON THE INNOVATION CURVE
  72. 72. WATCH FOR CHASMS ET AL SOURCE: GEOFFREY MOORE - DEALING WITH DARWIN
  73. 73. YOU CAN DO IT! (MILLIONS HAVE DONE IT BEFORE YOU)
  74. 74. ARE YOUR PEOPLE TRAINED FOR INNOVATION?
  75. 75. IS YOUR CULTURE READY FOR INNOVATION?
  76. 76. IS YOUR INFORMATION ARCHITECTED FOR INNOVATION?
  77. 77. WE CAN RAPIDLY GROW YOUR INNOVATION QUOTIENT WITH A TARGETED ARCHITECTURE FOR INNOVATION FOR YOUR BUSINESS
  78. 78. ALWAYS OPEN TO Dan Keldsen DISCUSS, DEBATE, Co-founder and Principal CONSULT AND 617-933-9655 EDUCATE dk@InformationArchitected.com Further details on our innovation capabilities at: www.InformationArchitected.com/ InnovationManagement

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