Hive february meet up deck 2.25.14 final


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Hive february meet up deck 2.25.14 final

  1. 1. February Hive Meet-Up: Level Up Your Project Ideas ! February 26, 2014 | 2-4pm | MAGNET  
  2. 2. Agenda: • Intro • Icebreaker • Dimensions of Innovations • Leveling up: Round-robin Feedback - Rose/Bud/Thorn - Small Group Feedback - Group share out • Outro: What’s missing from this conversation? !
  3. 3. Icebreaker How do we identify an innovation and its potential for impact? - What problem was it aiming to solve? How did it do? - Were there unintended consequences? - How might different people answer these questions differently? !
  4. 4. Dimensions of Innovations •  •  •  •  •  •  •  “Value Added” of an Innovation Degree of an Innovation Novelty of an Innovation Form of an Innovation Complexity of an Innovation Origins of an Innovation Spreadability of an Innovation  
  5. 5. “Value Added” or Beneficence of an Innovation Is a given practice, technology or idea “better” than what came before it?
  6. 6. Degree of an Innovation Is an innovation a radical departure from existing approaches, or an incremental improvement?  
  7. 7. Novelty of an Innovation Is it new or distinctive from what came before? Is is new to an individual, new to a team, new to an organization, new to a field?
  8. 8. Form of an Innovation Is it an idea? Framework? Technology? Practice? Program model? Design principle? Pedagogical Routine?
  9. 9. Complexity of an Innovation Does the innovation require a lot of background or prior knowledge? Might it be more complex for some, and less for others?
  10. 10. Origins of an Innovation Was the innovation internally conceived or externally adopted, or some combination? What implications does this have, for, say, attribution and intellectual property?
  11. 11. Spreadability of an Innovation If it doesn’t spread it’s dead! Many of the dimensions we’ve already discussed (e.g., complexity, form, valueadded) are factors, as well as others we don’t address (e.g., cost, legitimacy, compatibility).  
  12. 12. Revisiting icebreaker innovations: Post-its, Healthcare Handwashing, E-Cigarettes •  •  •  •  •  •  •  “Value Added” Degree Novelty Form Complexity Origins Spreadability  
  13. 13. Round-robin Feedback Part 1: - Write up Project Descriptions - Rose/bud/thorn feedback via post-its Part 2: - Selected project small group feedback - Group share out  
  14. 14. Rose, Bud, Thorn – Part 1 Project Description Prompt: •  Short elevator pitch/general description •  Context of impact (your org/your youth/ Hive community/broader field) •  Broader question your project is answering •  Form of your innovation (idea, tool, curriculum, program model, design principles, pedagogical routines)
  15. 15. Rose, Bud, Thorn Feedback – Part 1 Feedback prompt: •  Rose – something you liked (Pink) •  Bud – something that has potential (Green) •  Thorn – critiques, things that might pose challenges, questions you have (Blue or Yellow)
  16. 16. Rose, Bud, Thorn Feedback – Part 2 Small group feedback resolving and discussing issues raised through rose/bud/thorn post-its (15 minutes). Group share out of select projects and evolution through discussion (20 minutes).