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How Your Corporation Can Organize for Innovation

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Innovation, innovation, innovation.

It is all you hear in meetings and all you read in business books and magazines. The confusing aspect behind all of this hype is that we rarely put thought into how we design environments so that innovation can emerge.

In this free 45 minute webinar, David J Bland a Principal Advisor at Neo San Francisco, will guide you through how corporations are funding, measuring and organizing for disruptive innovation.

How should I fund innovation? The pros and cons of horizon planning and incremental funding.

How do I measure innovation? Hint, it is not ROI. We'll cover the ins and outs of innovation accounting.

How will the teams organize for innovation? What are the working agreements between the team and leadership? What ceremonies should we have?

You'll leave this session with actionable advice on how you, as a leader, can effectively organize so that innovation will emerge within your corporation.

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How Your Corporation Can Organize for Innovation

  1. 1. How Your Corporation Can Organize for Innovation David J Bland Thursday, March 5th, 2015 @davidjbland #neowebinar
  2. 2. @davidjbland David J Bland Principal Advisor Neo San Francisco David J Bland Principal Advisor @Neo (vanity client logos go here)
  3. 3. @davidjbland “Corporate Innovation is fundamentally broken.”
  4. 4. @davidjbland problems customers have problems innovation teams solve
  5. 5. @davidjbland problems customers have problems innovation teams solve
  6. 6. @davidjbland problems customers have problems innovation teams solve
  7. 7. @davidjbland “How do you fund innovation?”
  8. 8. @davidjbland “How do you fund innovation?” “By concept car, then we assign a team of 20 people to it and start building.”
  9. 9. @davidjbland What is promised to get “buy in”
  10. 10. @davidjbland What is promised to get “buy in” What is delivered
  11. 11. @davidjbland “How do you fund innovation?”
  12. 12. @davidjbland “How do you fund innovation?” “With Horizon Planning, but then H1 eats all of the innovation anyway.”
  13. 13. @davidjbland Your H3 funded project.
  14. 14. @davidjbland What’s left after H1 gets ahold of it.
  15. 15. @davidjbland Big Idea #1: Incremental Funding
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  22. 22. @davidjbland metrics…
  23. 23. @davidjbland “All features are guilty until proven innocent.”
  24. 24. @davidjbland Big Idea #2: Measuring Traction
  25. 25. Based on Customer Factory by Ash Maurya@davidjbland
  26. 26. Based on Customer Factory by Ash Maurya@davidjbland
  27. 27. Based on Customer Factory by Ash Maurya@davidjbland
  28. 28. Based on Customer Factory by Ash Maurya@davidjbland
  29. 29. Based on Customer Factory by Ash Maurya@davidjbland
  30. 30. Based on Customer Factory by Ash Maurya@davidjbland
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  32. 32. @davidjbland Big Idea #3: Designing Environments
  33. 33. @davidjbland Daily Standups Entire team present 15 minutes What is our daily goal? What experiment tasks are we working on? Who is blocked or needs help?
  34. 34. @davidjbland Weekly Planning Share experiments with stakeholders 60 minutes What did we learn about this week’s experiments? What experiments do we want to run next? Using feedback & data to shape the short term experiment backlog.
  35. 35. @davidjbland Quarterly Pivot/Persevere/Kill Share overall strategy progress with stakeholders 90-120 minutes What did we learn overall so far? Do we want to pivot/persevere/kill? Using feedback & data to inform the roadmap.
  36. 36. @davidjbland Collaborative Cross Functional Continuous Learning Leadership Environment Get out of the Building Rapid Experimentatio n Outcome Driven
  37. 37. @davidjbland Collaborative Cross Functional Continuous Learning Leadership Environment Get out of the Building Rapid Experimentatio n Outcome Driven
  38. 38. @davidjbland Collaborative Cross Functional Continuous Learning Leadership Environment Get out of the Building Rapid Experimentatio n Outcome Driven
  39. 39. @davidjbland Collaborative Cross Functional Continuous Learning Leadership Environment Get out of the Building Rapid Experimentatio n Outcome Driven
  40. 40. @davidjbland Collaborative Cross Functional Continuous Learning Leadershi p Environment Get out of the Building Rapid Experimentatio n Outcome Driven
  41. 41. @davidjbland Collaborative Cross Functional Continuous Learning Leadership Environme nt Get out of the Building Rapid Experimentatio n Outcome Driven
  42. 42. @davidjbland Collaborative Cross Functional Continuous Learning Leadership Environment Get out of the Building Rapid Experimentatio n Outcome Driven
  43. 43. @davidjbland Collaborative Cross Functional Continuous Learning Leadership Environment Get out of the Building Rapid Experimentatio n Outcome Driven
  44. 44. @davidjbland Collaborative Cross Functional Continuous Learning Leadership Environment Get out of the Building Rapid Experimentatio n Outcome Driven
  45. 45. @davidjbland Collaborative Cross Functional Continuous Learning Leadership Environment Get out of the Building Rapid Experimentatio n Outcome Driven
  46. 46. @davidjbland Collaborative Cross Functional Continuous Learning Leadership Environment Get out of the Building Rapid Experimentatio n Outcome Driven
  47. 47. @davidjbland Collaborative Cross Functional Continuous Learning Leadership Environment Get out of the Building Rapid Experimentatio n Outcome Driven
  48. 48. @davidjbland Questions? #neowebinar
  49. 49. @davidjbland Questions? (I’ll answer the rest on neo.com) #neowebinar
  50. 50. @davidjbland david@neo.com Thank You! #neowebinar

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