Habits & Habit Loops
Have POSITIVES & NEGATIVES
The way we perform the task

Routine
• Task
Accomplishment
• Reward
• Posi...
Let’s Explore What Happens
in a Habit Loop
Routine

• Task
• Cue
• Signal

How do we
INNOVATE?

Cycle Repeats

• Task
Acco...
New Habits & Habit Loops

Risk

?

What-If ???

New Cycle?
Resistance VERY HIGH in Habit Loops
FACT: Larger the Company  greater
dependency on habits
Habit
Loop



Resistance
f to...
Lead to
Innovation

The Habit Loops
Routine
• Task
• Cue
• Signal

• Task
Accomplishment
• Reward
• Positive
Reinforcement...
Fixed mindset

Growth mindset

Intelligence is static

Intelligence can be developed

Desire to look smart
(Goal: be smart...
Fixed mindset

Growth mindset

Intelligence is static

Intelligence can be developed

Challenges
…avoid challenges

…embra...
Here is the paradox:
Individuals who strive endlessly for success (the fixed mindset) end up being
less successful in the ...
To INNOVATE:
We need to break the Habit
Loop!

How?
5 of
stages
Resistance to
Disruption
5 of
stages
Resistance to
Disruption
5 of
stages
Resistance to
Disruption
5 of
stages
Resistance to
Disruption
5 of
stages
Resistance to
Disruption
5 of
stages
Resistance to
Disruption
Lead to
Innovation

The Habit Loops
Routine
• Task
• Cue
• Signal

• Task
Accomplishment
• Reward
• Positive
Reinforcement...
The 3-Legged Stool Methodology
In order to successfully disrupt and
innovate, all participants of the
organization have to...
Pro voke march 2014 global tech women conference
Pro voke march 2014 global tech women conference
Pro voke march 2014 global tech women conference
Pro voke march 2014 global tech women conference
Pro voke march 2014 global tech women conference
Pro voke march 2014 global tech women conference
Pro voke march 2014 global tech women conference
Pro voke march 2014 global tech women conference
Pro voke march 2014 global tech women conference
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  1. 1. Habits & Habit Loops Have POSITIVES & NEGATIVES The way we perform the task Routine • Task Accomplishment • Reward • Positive Reinforcement • Task • Cue • Signal Cycle Repeats *The Power of Habit, Charles Duhigg
  2. 2. Let’s Explore What Happens in a Habit Loop Routine • Task • Cue • Signal How do we INNOVATE? Cycle Repeats • Task Accomplishment • Reward • Positive Reinforcement
  3. 3. New Habits & Habit Loops Risk ? What-If ??? New Cycle?
  4. 4. Resistance VERY HIGH in Habit Loops FACT: Larger the Company  greater dependency on habits Habit Loop  Resistance f to Disrupt _____________________________________ Resistance to Disrupt f Rate of active and diverse innovation First we need to address the RESISTANCE issue
  5. 5. Lead to Innovation The Habit Loops Routine • Task • Cue • Signal • Task Accomplishment • Reward • Positive Reinforcement Cycle Repeats Innovative outcomes Experimentation Prototyping Possibilities Objectives Breaking the Habit Loops Many ways to do things New Innovation Ladder
  6. 6. Fixed mindset Growth mindset Intelligence is static Intelligence can be developed Desire to look smart (Goal: be smart now) Desire to learn (Goal: become smarter) INNOVATION Present-focused Self-worth and identity tied to outcome Future-focused Self-worth and identity tied to personal development Potential is sum of current capabilities Potential is based on continued effort and learning These place people on different paths by influencing behaviors and tendencies Dweck, Carol S. Mindset: The New Psychology of Success. New York: Ballantine Books. 2006.
  7. 7. Fixed mindset Growth mindset Intelligence is static Intelligence can be developed Challenges …avoid challenges …embrace challenges Obstacles …get defensive or give up easily …persist in the face of setbacks …see effort as fruitless or worse …see effort as the INNOVATION path to mastery Effort Criticism …ignore useful negative feedback …learn from criticism Success of others …feel threatened by success of others As a result, we may plateau early and achieve less than our full potential …find lessons and inspiration in the success of others As a result, we achieve higher than our potential
  8. 8. Here is the paradox: Individuals who strive endlessly for success (the fixed mindset) end up being less successful in the long term than those who strive for learning and personal development (the growth mindset). Therefore, do not focus on the outcome, but on the journey and personal growth that comes with it. Then will you become truly successful!
  9. 9. To INNOVATE: We need to break the Habit Loop! How?
  10. 10. 5 of stages Resistance to Disruption
  11. 11. 5 of stages Resistance to Disruption
  12. 12. 5 of stages Resistance to Disruption
  13. 13. 5 of stages Resistance to Disruption
  14. 14. 5 of stages Resistance to Disruption
  15. 15. 5 of stages Resistance to Disruption
  16. 16. Lead to Innovation The Habit Loops Routine • Task • Cue • Signal • Task Accomplishment • Reward • Positive Reinforcement Cycle Repeats Innovative outcomes Experimentation Prototyping Possibilities Objectives Breaking the Habit Loops Many ways to do things New Innovation Ladder
  17. 17. The 3-Legged Stool Methodology In order to successfully disrupt and innovate, all participants of the organization have to be involved and working together.

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