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The IN po wer of 2+ Ratio. This presentation proposes visuals and matrix, about all elements of this Power of Innovation system (simplified squared version), live illustration of the 18 innovation levers and showcase experience of Collective intelligence at work. Credits Photos FJ L+AcD 2012.

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the in po wer of 2 ratio
The IN power of 2+ Ratio

This presentation proposes visuals and matrix, about all elements of this Power of Innovation system (simplified squared version), live illustration of the 18 innovation levers and showcase experience of Collective intelligence at work.

Credits PhotosFJL+AcD 2012

This presentation relates to different entangled stories and hack , and aims to help the understanding of the progression on the path of bold innovation, at square level..

Update : FJL 28 Dec 2012

in 1 innovation features
In1 Innovation Features

Credits Photos FJL 2012

IN .Power of 1. (Single Focus)

L1 Stretch Goals

L2 Leverage Social technologies

Ex : L3 Rapid Prototyping

L4 Upgrade innovation skills

L5 Experimental capital availability

L6.De-risk innovation

L7 Deploy innovation Tools

L8 Space for innovation

L9 Communities of passion

L10 Clear metrics for innovation

L11 Widespread accountability

L12 Knock Bureaucratic hurdles

L13 Compensation and rewards

L14 Involve customers

L15.Short vs medium term goals

L16 Insights availability

L17 Quality and Quantity of innov ideas

L18 Diversity of experience and skills

Ex : A company is investing on the most promising idea, in its core business, and try to speed up development and shorten Time To Market.

Update : FL 17 Dec 2012

in 2 innovation features
In2 Innovation Features

Credits Photos FJL 2012

IN2 .Power of 2. (Squared)

L1 Stretch Goals

L2 Leverage Social technologies

L3 Rapid Prototyping .... but with collective intelligence and knowledge spread

L4 Upgrade innovation skills

L5 Experimental capital availability

L6.De-risk innovation

L7 Deploy innovation Tools

L8 Space for innovation

L9 Communities of passion

L10 Clear metrics for innovation

L11 Widespread accountability

L12 Knock Bureaucratic hurdles

L13 Compensation and rewards

L14 Involve customers

L15.Short vs medium term goals

L16 Insights availability

L17 Quality and Quantity of innov ideas

L18 Diversity of experience and skills

Update : FL 14 Dec 2012

slide4
Credits Photos FJL 2012

Innovation Progression : Fresstyle John Linchpin Exposure (simplified)

L13 Compensation and rewards

L11 Widespread accountability

Spread +

L17 Quality and Quantity

of innov ideas

L9 Communities of passion

L14 Involve customers

L10 Clear metrics for innovation

L1 Stretch Goals

L16 Insights availability

L6.De-risk innovation

L4 Upgrade innovation skills

L2 Leverage Social technologies

L8 Space for innovation

L15.Short vs medium term goals

L5 Experimental

capital availability

L7 Deploy innovation Tools

L3 Rapid Prototyping

Limited to innovators /Individuals

L12 Knock Bureaucratic hurdles

L18 Diversity of experience and skills

Time

Update : FL 17 Dec 2012

1990

2000

2010

the in po wer of ratio
18 Laps: Swimming the innovation waves.The "In squared" surface reality check.The IN power of Ratio

IN2 .Power of 2 (Squared)

IN4 .Power of 2+2 : Polarized Filters, MIXed squares in entropy

IN2+ .Power of 2+ : Squares IN Square, aligned

  • 1 : Single Innovation priority
  • 2 : Surface glide
  • 2+ : Above and under surface

Credits PhotosSL 2012

Update : FJL 30 Dec 2012

innovation forces lanes
Innovation Forces Lanes

Credits Photos FJL 2012

Lane 1 Diversity : Lap 18+L14+L11+L9+L2

Lane 2 Re-Invention : L12+L7+L6+L8

Lane 3 Experience : L3+L5 +L18

Lane 4 Long Distance Vision L3+L6+L15

Lane5 Multi Disciplinarity (Medley skills) L2+L3+L7+L18

Lane 6 Collective Effort L2+L8+L9+L11+L14

Credits MapsAcD 2012

Update : FL 28 Dec 2012 c

innovation features
Innovation Features

DIVERSITYas one common edging point

FORCE LANE 1.0

L1 Stretch Goals

L2 Leverage Social technologies

L3 Rapid Prototyping

L4 Upgrade innovation skills

L5 Experimental capital availability

L6.De-risk innovation

L7 Deploy innovation Tools

L8 Space for innovation

L9 Communities of passion

L10 Clear metrics for innovation

L11 Widespread accountability

L12 Knock Bureaucratic hurdles

L13 Compensation and rewards

L14 Involve customers

L15.Short vs medium term goals

L16 Insights availability

L17 Quality and Quantity of innov ideas

L18 Diversity of experience and skills

FL 1 Diversity : L18+L14+L11+L9+L2

Update : FL 28 Dec 2012

innovation features1
Innovation Features

COLLECTIVE EFFORTas one common edging point

FORCE LANE 6.0

L1 Stretch Goals

L2 Leverage Social technologies

L3 Rapid Prototyping

L4 Upgrade innovation skills

L5 Experimental capital availability

L6.De-risk innovation

L7 Deploy innovation Tools

L8 Space for innovation

L9 Communities of passion

L10 Clear metrics for innovation

L11 Widespread accountability

L12 Knock Bureaucratic hurdles

L13 Compensation and rewards

L14 Involve customers

L15.Short vs medium term goals

L16 Insights availability

L17 Quality and Quantity of innov ideas

L18 Diversity of experience and skills

FL 6 Collective Effort L2+L8+L9+L11+L14

Update : FL 28 Dec 2012

innovation features2
Innovation Features

1.0

L1 Stretch Goals

L2 Leverage Social technologies

L3 Rapid Prototyping

L4 Upgrade innovation skills

L5 Experimental capital availability

L6.De-risk innovation

L7 Deploy innovation Tools

L8 Space for innovation

L9 Communities of passion

TIMEas one common dimension

L10 Clear metrics for innovation

L11 Widespread accountability

L12 Knock Bureaucratic hurdles

L13 Compensation and rewards

L14 Involve customers

L15.Short vs medium term goals

L16 Insights availability

L17 Quality and Quantity of innov ideas

L18 Diversity of experience and skills

Update : FL 17 Dec 2012

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TIME SIMPLEXITY COMBINATION

Means

L8 Space for innovation

L3 Rapid Prototyping (+ cloning)

L15.Short vs medium term goals

L1 Stretch Goals

Velocity

Update : FL 30 Dec 2012

innovation features3
Innovation Features

SKILLSas one common dimension

2.0

L1 Stretch Goals

L2 Leverage Social technologies

L3 Rapid Prototyping

L4 Upgrade innovation skills

L5 Experimental capital availability

L6.De-risk innovation

L7 Deploy innovation Tools

L8 Space for innovation

L9 Communities of passion

L10 Clear metrics for innovation

L11 Widespread accountability

L12 Knock Bureaucratic hurdles

L13 Compensation and rewards

L14 Involve customers

L15.Short vs medium term goals

L16 Insights availability

L17 Quality and Quantity of innov ideas

L18 Diversity of experience and skills

Update : FL 14 Dec 2012

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SKILLS SIMPLEXITY COMBINATION

L2 Leverage Social technologies

Strength

Ripples

L4 Upgrade innovation skills

L6.De-risk innovation

L9 Communities of passion

L18 Diversity of experience

and skills

Glide

Update : FL 28 Dec 2012

innovation features4
Innovation Features

3.0

L1 Stretch Goals

L2 Leverage Social technologies

L3 Rapid Prototyping

L4 Upgrade innovation skills

L5 Experimental capital availability

L6.De-risk innovation

L7 Deploy innovation Tools

L8 Space for innovation

L9 Communities of passion

DATAas one common dimension

L10 Clear metrics for innovation

L11 Widespread accountability

L12 Knock Bureaucratic hurdles

L13 Compensation and rewards

L14 Involve customers

L15.Short vs medium term goals

L16 Insights availability

L17 Quality and Quantity of innov ideas

L18 Diversity of experience and skills

Credits Photos FJL 2012

Update : FL 14 Dec 2012

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Innovation Management

2.0+Features Progression

Velocity

Reduced sensitivity to bureaucracy

IN Management 2.0

IN Management 2.0+

Agility

Community interest

Knowledge Management

Collective Intelligence

Recognize and reward attitude

IN Management 1.0

Bureaucracy Drag

Autonomy

Update : FL 30Dec 2012

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2.0 InnovationRipples Watch

Scope enhancement

Unexpected ideas blooming

Leaps progression

Open Water (cf Blue Ocean)

Access to capital according to new "winds" streams

IN Management 2.0

Surface,

under

and above

Share

Contribute

Exchange roles

Reward

Networks

Trust

New support received from communities Collective intelligence

More Flexible interaction

With bureaucracy including

access to captial

IN Management

1.0 Surface

Scope control

ldea to execution

Incremental glide

Pool lanes (cf Red Ocean)

Innovation 101

Update : FL 30Dec 2012

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LESSONS (extracts)

Lesson 1. Every entrepreneur is taking risks.Fuel for existing is to dare.Hope overrates objections.

For an established company it is more common to avoid risks. The consequence is to apply only proven solutions and practices.Even about innovating.

Lesson 2. Collective intelligence may be develop within a safe environment.

Safety allow daring individuals and groups to dive.

Lesson 3.Smart companies will benefit from setting up the environment for individuals to recycle their own talents and creative process.

Innovation pipe will mechanically grow by training some individuals or groups as tri-athlets innovators, or train all on the paycheck in order to build a large team covering all disciplines on the field of innovation.

To hire talents for specific skills, to be used on well known recurrent issues, or successful processes is only efficient for a time.

Lesson 4.Co-operative intelligence is the upper level where more "unsafe conditions" are the ultimate incentive for seeking unheard proposals, potential to go back quicker to the safe side, or even another new surface.

Unsafe conditions may be replaced by stretched goals in terms of timing or resources.

Speeding up may not be the smartest solution.

Lesson 5.Changing sequences can move a bottleneck on a collective agenda as simply as in an industrial or an administrative process.

Experience the value of daring and moving the lines is a workout that can change your entire career.

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We consider such multi-leap effort for a company to be a dedicated commitment to innovation, and daring step innovative by itself.

Update : FL 28Dec2011

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