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Disruptus Spiel - AUG Bremen Oldenburg von Kai Hermanns & Christian Beck

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Beim Disruptus-Spiel geht es um das Thema Innovation und um verschiedene Methoden, vorgegebene Objekte und Ideen auf eine neue Art und Weise zu kombinieren und dadurch neue Ideen zu generieren. Das Lenrspiel basiert auf dem "disruptive thinking" Konzept und wurde erfolgreich bei der Entwicklung neuer innovativer Produkte und Geschäftsmodelle, z.B. aus der digitalen Musik, Kamera-Handy's oder Car-Sharing eingesetzt.

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Disruptus Spiel - AUG Bremen Oldenburg von Kai Hermanns & Christian Beck

  1. 1. Disruptus „The game designed to open every mind“
  2. 2. Hand Signals Silence Please Repeat
  3. 3. In welche Richtung fährt dieser Bus, nach links oder nach rechts?
  4. 4. Creative Thinking generating ideas Pose questions Imagine possibilities Brainstorming Elaborate Improvise Chase inspiration Play Speculate Use intuition Suspend judgements Critical Thinking evaluating ideas Pose questions Consider perspectives Identify Pros and Cons Determine causes Predict effects Consider alternatives Avoid assumptions Look for proof Draw conclusions Sustainable, innovative solutions
  5. 5. Disruptus „The game designed to open every mind“
  6. 6. Your task: Innovate around the objects you see on the cards
  7. 7. 4 Different Ways to Innovate: 1. Improve: Make it better – Add or change one or more elements on the card to improve the object 2. Transform: Use the object or idea on the card for a different purpose 3. Create 2: Take any numer of elements from each card and use these to create a new object or idea 4. Disrupt: Look at the picture, grasp what the purpose is and come up with a completely different way to achieve the same purpose
  8. 8. Create 2: Example
  9. 9. Form groups of 4 persons Each group needs a judge
  10. 10. Game 1: Individual Play 1. Judge rolls the die: 1 = Improve: Make it better – Add or change one or more elements on the card to improve the object 2 = Transform: Use the object or idea on the card for a different purpose 3 = Create 2: Take any numer of elements from each card and use these to create a new object or idea 4 = Disrupt: Look at the picture, grasp what the purpose is and come up with a completely different way to achieve the same purpose 5 or 6 = roll again 2. Judge turns over one (or two) cards 3. Judge starts time for 1 minute 4. After time is over, everyone presents his/her idea 5. Judge the winner of the round 10-15 min.
  11. 11. Game 2: Team Play 1 • Christian and Kai are starting the round • 4 minutes brainstorming • 1 minute sketching • Each team presents his/her idea • Christian and Kai judge the winner of the round 2 – 3 Rounds (~ 20 min.)
  12. 12. Ready?
  13. 13. Improve! (Make it better – Add or change one or more elements on the card to improve the object)
  14. 14. Ready?
  15. 15. Transform! Use the object or idea on the card for a different purpose
  16. 16. Ready?
  17. 17. Create 2! Take any numer of elements from each card and use these to create a new object or idea
  18. 18. Presentations
  19. 19. Game 2: Team Play 2 • Christian and Kai are starting the round • 1 minute individual, silent brainstorming • 4 minutes: Elaborate, Agree, Sketch • Each team presents his/her idea • Christian and Kai judge the winner of the round 2 – 3 Rounds (~ 20 min.) Judges observe! (Make notes)
  20. 20. Ready?
  21. 21. Improve (Make it better – Add or change one or more elements on the card to improve the object)
  22. 22. Ready?
  23. 23. Create 2 Take any numer of elements from each card and use these to create a new object or idea
  24. 24. Ready?
  25. 25. Disrupt Look at the picture, grasp what the purpose is and come up with a completely different way to achieve the same purpose
  26. 26. Discussion
  27. 27. Ressources
  28. 28. Authors: kai.hermannsen@mevis.de christian.beck@mevis.de

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