Analysis of               First Co-               Authored             Presentation                       Ali Anania.anani...
Organize and Analyze           The     presentation           was        published       two weeks          ago on       s...
Overwhelming Feeling        The presentation   reversed thinking on one    author to share slides       with others to co-...
Ideas Pheromones   Ideas proved to have   their pheromones as    most contributions  centered around them     a.anani@phen...
Ideas React and Interact    Putting ideas     in the same      bag make     them react,    interact and    trigger new    ...
The Flow of Ideas I applied text mining techniques to summarize all slides and comments. These led to the generation of th...
The Flow of Ideas Diagram         a.anani@phenomena.jo
Idea Association   NVivo software from QSR helped  in generating the    association of  ideas. Next slide      shows this ...
Level of ActivityI add few graphs first for individuals to show their“lines of interactions” and  then show the resulting ...
Interactions graphs for Individuals       Idea       Sorting                           Idea                               ...
Interactions graphs for Individuals         Char                             Fantasy         les                          ...
Interactions graphs for Individuals                       Collision       Ideas           of Ideas       Wheel            ...
Idea Association Diagram        a.anani@phenomena.jo
Ideas Social Network Analysis     Contributors interacted and spin off  ideas surfaced out. The following slides      show...
Different Perspectives    Different perspectives to see      the results from different    angles and emphasis. This way  ...
The Circle Diagram    a.anani@phenomena.jo
The Circle Diagram Illustration                                 The slide shows                                 Charles is...
The Spiral Diagram    a.anani@phenomena.jo
The Random Diagram    a.anani@phenomena.jo
The Random Diagram With Curved Lines   a.anani@phenomena.jo
The Random DiagramFiltered to Show the Main Connections           a.anani@phenomena.jo
The Grid Diagram   a.anani@phenomena.jo
One Final View  a.anani@phenomena.jo
One Final View- 2   a.anani@phenomena.jo
Ideas Kitchen   Putting ideas from   across the world  in one place results    in new ideas with   different flavors      ...
The Perspective of Sally Smith             Gratefully, Sally Smith          contributes her perspective         and assess...
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George SciberrasAdded the Next Slide  We may go in different  directions at the  beginning, but  eventually we must go  in...
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Charles Prabakar Added the Next Slide                The slide is in              response to some                  commen...
IDEA MANAGEMENT PROCESS within Idea Market Place (linked to Idea Portfolio & Execution)        1. Ideate it!              ...
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  1. 1. Analysis of First Co- Authored Presentation Ali Anania.anani@phenomena.jo
  2. 2. Organize and Analyze The presentation was published two weeks ago on slideshare It attracted 96 slides and 121 comments a.anani@phenomena.jo
  3. 3. Overwhelming Feeling The presentation reversed thinking on one author to share slides with others to co- authorship of one presentation This creates feelings of ownership and allows ideas to brainstorm in the same pot a.anani@phenomena.jo
  4. 4. Ideas Pheromones Ideas proved to have their pheromones as most contributions centered around them a.anani@phenomena.jo
  5. 5. Ideas React and Interact Putting ideas in the same bag make them react, interact and trigger new ideas a.anani@phenomena.jo
  6. 6. The Flow of Ideas I applied text mining techniques to summarize all slides and comments. These led to the generation of the flow diagram (next slide) a.anani@phenomena.jo
  7. 7. The Flow of Ideas Diagram a.anani@phenomena.jo
  8. 8. Idea Association NVivo software from QSR helped in generating the association of ideas. Next slide shows this association in part a.anani@phenomena.jo
  9. 9. Level of ActivityI add few graphs first for individuals to show their“lines of interactions” and then show the resulting overall graphs of interactions a.anani@phenomena.jo
  10. 10. Interactions graphs for Individuals Idea Sorting Idea Quadrant Aspirati on Map a.anani@phenomena.jo
  11. 11. Interactions graphs for Individuals Char Fantasy les Idea Co- authorship Idea Communit Approval y Idea of Co- authorship Idea a.anani@phenomena.jo
  12. 12. Interactions graphs for Individuals Collision Ideas of Ideas Wheel Shrinking Purposeful Idea Ideas
  13. 13. Idea Association Diagram a.anani@phenomena.jo
  14. 14. Ideas Social Network Analysis Contributors interacted and spin off ideas surfaced out. The following slides show different diagrams for these interaction. NodeXL software was used for these analysis Colors reflect clusters of ideas’ whereas size of spheres reflects attention given to a specific idea. The location of an idea (peripheral, bridging, , connectivity to other ideas) reflects how many comments and/or slides this idea generated a.anani@phenomena.jo
  15. 15. Different Perspectives Different perspectives to see the results from different angles and emphasis. This way all ideas get fair exposures a.anani@phenomena.jo
  16. 16. The Circle Diagram a.anani@phenomena.jo
  17. 17. The Circle Diagram Illustration The slide shows Charles is very active. The marine blue circle of Charles (highlighted with a key) shows his lines of activities. Charles main contributions are marked with the tick sign. Charles has been involved in discussions and in contributing slides a.anani@phenomena.jo
  18. 18. The Spiral Diagram a.anani@phenomena.jo
  19. 19. The Random Diagram a.anani@phenomena.jo
  20. 20. The Random Diagram With Curved Lines a.anani@phenomena.jo
  21. 21. The Random DiagramFiltered to Show the Main Connections a.anani@phenomena.jo
  22. 22. The Grid Diagram a.anani@phenomena.jo
  23. 23. One Final View a.anani@phenomena.jo
  24. 24. One Final View- 2 a.anani@phenomena.jo
  25. 25. Ideas Kitchen Putting ideas from across the world in one place results in new ideas with different flavors and tastes a.anani@phenomena.jo
  26. 26. The Perspective of Sally Smith Gratefully, Sally Smith contributes her perspective and assessment of the shared presentation. Not only that as Sally has published three posts highlighting this experience a.anani@phenomena.jo
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  29. 29. George SciberrasAdded the Next Slide We may go in different directions at the beginning, but eventually we must go in one direction That is the essence of next slide a.anani@phenomena.jo
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  31. 31. Charles Prabakar Added the Next Slide The slide is in response to some comments a.anani@phenomena.jo
  32. 32. IDEA MANAGEMENT PROCESS within Idea Market Place (linked to Idea Portfolio & Execution) 1. Ideate it! 2. Select it! 3. Prototype it! 4. Market it! (Screen the ideas using organize & analysis framework and then (Bring it to action) (Cookies vs. Cookie dough) slot them within portfolio ) Co-Workers 1. Filter, score (i.e. based on likes, attention etc) Y Engage with LOB and the best Z partner with them in disruptive/break- prototyping. Customers Consumers through ideas using Dr.Ali Anani’s network  Deploy it in large Scale in interaction charts. partnership with LOB. 3C Model 2. Rationalize them within Monitor progress per current the established•Select the Opportunity space. Product/Channel success criteria.•identify the job to be done/  Monitor progress with KPI portfolio using Sally’sunmet needs. leading question within & Success Criteria.•Collect ideas using 3G Model the “organize & Deploy it in a smaller analysis” framework. scale target market in a geography. 3. Develop business case  Fine tune with Glean model & plan (including incremental innovation. both tangible & Collect data points to intangible value part). justify the pre- Execute steps in iteration and Gather Go established ROI. in the same direction in 4. Roadmap/slot it within company’s Strategic alignment with George’s tug- plan. of-war style metaphor using 3G Model Prepare for large purpose driven leadership 5. Decide with clarity and scale deployment style certainty. - Secure funding. 5. Iterate It! close loop innovation Celebrate & Motivate 3C’s to come up with more ideas!

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