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#SBF16 Ivan Ortenzi; Collective Innovation and Right Questions

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COLLECTIVE INNOVATION: FINDING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS WITH CO-DESIGN
In the first 10 years of our life, parents teach us to stay with the others, to learn, to share and to develop our empathy. They teach us to use different art forms, to test ourselves with sport and to learn new rules. Our parents encourage us to achieve, to risk, to fight our fears, to overcome our character and emotional barriers. Then suddenly we find ourselves behind a desk, behind a mountain of books and, for the following 15 years, obsessed with the ability to express a performance and with the ability to respond to specific questions finding the right answers. We forget our manual skills and the ability to design the world around us. Then we enter into the work ecosystem with this experiences. Today to address the exponential dynamics of our times and to draw sucess, Corporates need to rely on skills, methods and tools inspired to those we use during the first 10 years of life when our instinct drove us to ask questions in a continuos way. This is the key to change the corportate culture, to achieve new goals and to face the new paradigms of business. Corporates through collective innovation processes and co-design tools need to start to find the new right questions in order to find the new answers. They can no longer rely on the same answers thay have proposed over the last years.

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#SBF16 Ivan Ortenzi; Collective Innovation and Right Questions

  1. 1. Collective innovation: finding the right questions with co-design Ivan Ortenzi Ars et Inventio
  2. 2. TECNOLOGIE
  3. 3. 1896 - 1899«Comitato Direttivo Lega per i diritti delle donne»
  4. 4. 1907-1909 «Il metodo della pedagogia scientifica»
  5. 5. 1913-1929 The most interesting woman of Europe
  6. 6. 1934-1939“Società Teosofica”
  7. 7. 1946-1947 Three times nominated to Nobel Prize
  8. 8. 66k in the World, 160 in IT
  9. 9. “I think the tie-in to my current work is we had a fair amount of freedom to study whatever we liked. It was Montessori influenced philosophy of education” Jimmy Wales
  10. 10. “I’ve always felt that there’s a certain kind of important pioneering that goes on from an inventor like Thomas Edison, and that discovery mentality is precisely the environment that Montessori seeks to create." Jeff Bezos
  11. 11. Intelligence in our schools is defined as always having the same answers as everyone else. Not one person is taught to think for themselves, or that’s called non-intelligence. In Montessori schools the approach is totally different. Steve Wozniak
  12. 12. "The Montessori Method - learning by doing - once again became my stock in trade..." Katharine Graham
  13. 13. “It’s all about learning on your terms, rather than a teacher explaining stuff to you. SimCity comes right out of Montessori…” Will Wright
  14. 14. Dakota FanningTaylor Swift
  15. 15. “Montessori’s approach — unfolding students, not molding them — guides the most successful teachers.” George Clooney
  16. 16. “Montessori helped me become the person I am today.” Stephen Curry
  17. 17. C. Guzzanti N. Ammaniti
  18. 18. 1. Foster independence and self motivation 2. Development of character and positive self image 3. Sensitive periods of learning 4. Initiative and risk taking 5. Respect for all life and diversity 6. Continuous learning 7. Freedom of choice with responsibility
  19. 19. The creativity is not expressed until the human being is given the courage and the strength to use it and to create Maria Montessori
  20. 20. 1. Challenge 2. Clarity 3. Confidence 4. Commitment 5. Consolidation 6. Change 7.Creativity The Seven Skills You Need to Thrive in the C- Suite
  21. 21. Creativity Answers beyond the limits
  22. 22. Innovation Questions in front of limits
  23. 23. Trans-Human
  24. 24. Human Substitution
  25. 25. Brain computer interface
  26. 26. Exponential Space
  27. 27. 3D Printed Prosthetic Limbs
  28. 28. 3D Printed Dynamic Dresses
  29. 29. BlockChain Protocol
  30. 30. Finding the right questions now is the best answer
  31. 31. Don’t bring me ________ Bring me ________ PROBLEMS SOLUTIONS
  32. 32. Right Questions! Don’t bring me ________ Bring me __________ SOLUTIONS
  33. 33. No more (only) Customer Centricity but now Corporate Centricity
  34. 34. Digital-kotiomkin
  35. 35. From digital IQ  Inertial  Incremental  Improvement
  36. 36. To digital DQ  Divergent  Different  Disruptive
  37. 37. From Montessori DQ Kids
  38. 38. To Montessori DQ Corporates
  39. 39. Corporate lean start up
  40. 40. Lego® Serious Play®
  41. 41. Open Innovation
  42. 42. Creative Q&A Generation
  43. 43. Co-design process
  44. 44. Design Thinking
  45. 45. Black Ops
  46. 46. ExOrg Canvas
  47. 47. MAKE PLAY THINK DESIGN INNOVATE
  48. 48. Together

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