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Can Innovation Labs Save The World?

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70% of Transformational Change programmes fail. 68% of IT projects fail. Most of what we are working on will never succeed. How can we prevent this huge waste of resources. This deck explores the role of innovation labs in early stage testing and fast failure..

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Can Innovation Labs Save The World?

  1. Reinvented Organisation: Can Innovation Labs save the world? 11th February 2016 paul Taylor (aka @paulbromford) Innovation Coach @BromfordLab/@bromford * * = no chance , but stick with the slides
  2. The Adapt or Die Era Declining consumer trust Heightened service expectation Increased demand/Reduced Income Pervasive and cheap technology Government scrutiny Heightened expectations of transparency A digital leadership deficit
  3. We need cultures of innovation but do they actually exist? The optimum conditions for innovation are actually: A very committed executive team (rare) or A burning platform where your very survival is at stake (rarer)
  4. how managers spend their week emails meetings commuting 16 hours 7 hours28 hours Time for radical thinking is a scarce resource
  5. how to kill creativity Hierarchy Restrictive Job Profiles Over complication Silo working Lack of resources Reports and approvals
  6. how to build innovation (stop doing all of this) Hierarchy Restrictive Job Profiles Over complication Silo working Lack of resources Reports and approvals
  7. creativity requires nurturing
  8. creativity requires a safe place to explore radical ideas
  9. Things we’ve learned from setting up AN INNOVATION LAB Subliminal message from our sponsor: You can have access to our minds for just £2500 for 12 months. You get mentoring on how to set up your own Lab/approach to innovation plus access to our tools and other cool stuff. Speak to Paul or Dm him @paulbromford. We won’t tell anyone
  10. the world of bromford we are here This is called innovating at the edge There’s some science to it as well - it’s a lot easier to change 20% of your organisation by 80% than bring about 20% of change on the 80%
  11. PERMISSION TO FAIL IS PERMISSION TO THINK BIG WE HAVE AN ALLOWABLE FAILURE RATE OF 70%
  12. 70% OF CHANGE PROGRAMMES FAIL 68% OF IT PROJECTS FAIL TEST MORE IMPLEMENT LESS
  13. SMALL TEAMS WIN WE BUILD ON MINIMUM VIABLE PRINCIPLES
  14. INNOVATION DISPERSAL WE CALL THIS SQUAD WORKING
  15. WORKING OUT LOUD IS THE NEW TRANSPARENCY Globally we are all trying to solve the same problems — yet most of our organisations keep their successes and failures behind closed doors.
  16. Lab Feedback: I dread to think how much money Bromford has wasted on this ridiculous exercise. I would think our customers would be delighted to know how we spend their money ʺinnovatingʺ! YOU CAN’T TAKE EVERYONE WITH YOU
  17. Place your screenshot here INNOVATION IS ABOUT IMPACT NOT IDEAS WIN ARGUMENTS BY SHOWING NOT TELLING
  18. PEOPLE RUSH TO SHINY AND SEXY TECH SOLUTIONS BETTER SERVICE DESIGN TRUMPS IT EVERY TIME
  19. systems work best if they are kept simple rather than made complicated; simplicity should be a key goal in design and unnecessary complexity should be avoided. #KISS
  20. Problem definition 12 weeks max Coaching Think 10x bigger prototype Test Evaluate Fail? Prepare exit resource for scale THE 84 DAY CHALLENGE
  21. 1: Hack your hierarchy 2: innovate from the edge 3: disperse innovation 4: make everyone a potential disruptor THE FOUR STEP PLAN
  22. the world outside planet housing we are here Digital gives our generation an unprecedented opportunity to join this up around people straits of social care People’s Republic of Health bay of education ocean of think tanks Innovators , Entrepreneurs, startups
  23. our challenge is to become more networked, more social and more agile digital leadership requires a metamorphosis not incremental change
  24. thanks! Paul Taylor lab@bromford.co.uk @paulbromford @bromfordlab
  25. Credits Special thanks to all the people who made and released these awesome resources for free: Presentation template by SlidesCarnival Photographs by Unsplash

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