The Innovation Discipline: The Inside Out
Why does real innovation elude so many companies? Because the focus is at the macro level exclusively: assets, processes, and outputs. Instead, organizations need a more holistic focus that includes inspiring its people to unleash inspiration at the individual micro level. This workshop helps participants engage, reflect, and collaborate as the learn how to drive innovation throughout the organization -- from the inside out.
Andy Stefanovich, Author of Look at More, details his 5M discipline to innovation. A discipline that addresses the macro level innovation mood of the organization and the micro level creative mindset of the people.
Through provocative anecdotes and road tested case studies with Fortune 50 companies, Andy shares how the 5Ms can act as a diagnostic tool and road map for changing individuals, empowering teams, and transforming organizations. A discipline that goes beyond a quick burst of excitement to sustain innovation - organizationally, culturally, and personally.
• Illustrate, through engaging client success stories, how expanding your company’s innovation focus to include your people helps drive bottom line growth and internal engagement;
• Detail the 5Ms and the comprehensive organizational and how to create the organization mood for innovation and leverage the individual mindset for innovation;
- Mood is the organization context for innovation
- Mindset is the individual capacity for innovation
- Mechanisms are the tools, processes, and approaches to facilitate innovation
- Measurements are the traditional and non-traditional metrics for innovation
- Momentum is the active championing of innovation for long term sustainability
• Teach you how to harness inspiration by thinking differently yourself and creating an organizational culture that encourages others to do the same.
Why do we give ourselves permission to be inspired at a museum, but not at work? Because we expect it at the museum. To drive innovation and growth in business we need to give that same permission, and create that same expectation, for the people in our organizations. The permission to inspire and be inspired.
Through a unique storytelling approach, Prophet’s Andy Stefanovich creates the museum mentality - combining proven client based examples with real-world observations. Focusing on the front end of innovation -- and giving your team the permission to inspire themselves and one another with a museum mentality -- is the most effective way to positively impact innovation.
Andy will also teach them how to become a "curator and provocateur" within their organization, including techniques to inspire innovation by delight, by design, and on demand to systemically drive business innovations.
• Learn how to become "curators" for innovation, editing the excellence of the world and bringing it to their organization to inspire innovation.
• Demonstrate the three museum mentality techniques to inspire your organization by delight, by design, and on demand.
Your desk is a terrible place to get inspired. But the reality is, it’s where you spend your work day -- and where you’re expected to be your most innovative. With the right mindset, you can create your own source for inspiration - anywhere and anytime.
Using his principles of "look at more stuff and think about it harder," Andy Stefanovich will teach you how to build your inspiratory - a source, and process, for inspiring innovation. During this visually engaging presentation, Andy will detail the inspiration continuum, including direct, tangential, and abstract sources of inspiration. He will teach participants how to "look at more stuff" and the discipline of drawing insights from observations by using visual examples he has curated in the last 72 (24) hours.
In this highly engaging presentation, Stefanovich:
• Teaches how to inspire your innovation through direct, tangential, and abstract sources of innovation
• Illustrates, with real-life examples curated over the previous 24 hours, how to effectively drive innovation from direct, tangential, and abstract sources of inspiration
With over 20 years of experience transforming Fortune 50 companies and armed with a reputation as one of the most disruptive and effective advisors to business today, Andy Stefanovich believes companies must reorient their focus toward creativity and innovation in order to sustain strategic growth.
Andy Stefanovich is a dynamic and charismatic leader with a bold vision to change the way business does business and make the world a more creative place. In 1990, he founded a creativity and innovation consulting firm, giving him a platform and voice for encouraging professionals from the mail room to the corner office to think differently. Andy has dedicated his career to guiding companies like GE, WellPoint, Coca-Cola, The Gap and The United States Olympic Committee through the powerful evolution from inspiration to creativity to innovation. He teaches practical skills, leadership behaviors, and specific processes for developing and implementing ideas that fuel sustainable business growth. His philosophy and approach is outlined in his best-selling book, Look At More. Using his signature storytelling style, Andy captures an audience’s imagination with a determined passion and inspires them to embrace the possibilities (and profits) that come from thinking differently.