Driving the change that innovation brings

Innovation always brings some form of change along the side. Thus, some is small, others big, change is inevitable when it comes to innovation. Considering these changes as a part of the innovation process is an advantage that will help you and your organization to better enabling new ways of working.

So, before you set sails and make speedboats and experiments, take a second to look at the blast radius as well as the sphere of influence. This will help you take your speedboats into harbor.

 

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Tool for Hypothesis-driven experimentation and innovation

When you launch innovation activities or projects, you never have a perfectly clear understanding of the outcome and output. You never know in detail, if your activities are worth the effort, and thus it’s hard to justify the funding and resources allocation. How can you claim, that the investment will be fruitful?

You need to embrace this amount of uncertainty and risk, but there is a safe way of doing so. It provides transparency in your train of thoughts and activities, and gives comfort to you, your team, and stakeholders: Use hypothesis-driven experiments.

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What are innovation speedboats – and how do you scale them to your need?

 

You might have heard the term “speedboat” when talking about innovation. These constructions are often seen as fast, fun, and flamboyant, with dedicated locations, lot’s of post-its and freedom, and a boheme-esque interior design. These speedboats are a modern and popular approach to radical innovation in large organizations.

But, how do you scale that thinking down to your own situation, if you do not have that kind of funding, man power, or organizational surplus? And, what IS an innovation speedboat really?

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Special: Second day of Global Peter Drucker Forum 2017

Right from the beginning of day two, we were back on important topics and interesting discussions. Even though the big annual Gala event had been taking place the night of day one, most seemed ready to be inspired even more – and the buzz from yesterday were still alive.

Day two had one parallel session, whereas day one only had main plenary sessions. So we had to choose the sessions of our interest. We decided to split up and be inspired on different matters. You can read what we enjoyed and heard later in this special blogpost.
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