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1 Dr. Ralph Kerle W HY I NNOVATE ?

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3 the outcome... Innovation Creativity...birth of the new

4 ...every single organization is systemically and uniquely creative...

5 Creativity and Behaviours Types of Creativity and Behaviours

6 THE SOCIAL and THE CONTEXT (not process) CIO CFO CEO CMO COO

7 35%Passion 25% Creativity 20%Initiative 15%Intellect 5%Diligence 0%Obedience 2005 Tower Perrin Work Engagement Survey

8 The Practice of Innovation Framework/Experience/Reflection ________________________ Dissonance/Tension/Uncertainty Insight Synthesis Outcome Dr Ralph Kerle Leading Change Through Creative Insight 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia 2068

9 Why Innovation? “Innovation is the key to making Australia more productive and more competitive. It is the key to answering the challenge of climate change, the challenge of national security, the age-old challenges of disease and want. It is the key to creating a future that is better than the past.” ….Powering Ideas: an innovation agenda for the 21st century Innovation Commonwealth of Australia Publication Dr Ralph Kerle Leading Change Through Creative Insight 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia 2068

10 The Yin and Yang of Innovation Individual Creative Leadership Organizational Innovation Leadership

11 The Creative Leadership Forum 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia | | Confidential to Ralph Kerle and Copyright All rights reserved. 81% say “Yes” 48% say “Yes” The Innovation Gap Are managers creative and innovative? The Innovation Dilemma Are organisations’ creative and innovative?

12 25% say “not effective at all” 48% say “I don’t know” 27% say “Somewhat Effective” The Failure of Creative Training

13 Desirability What makes sense to people and for people Viability What is likely to become part of a sustainable business model Three Spaces of Innovation Feasibility What is functionally possible in the foreseeable future Dr Ralph Kerle Leading Change Through Creative Insight 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia 2068

14 Innovation Framework InspireIdeateImplement ABSTRACT CONCRETE Try Experiments Brainstorm Ideas Frame Opportunities Form Insights Observe People Define The Challenge

15 Architects of the Future The Team Challenge Build A Capability To Respond To Australian Unity’s Commercial Imperative Dr Ralph Kerle Leading Change Through Creative Insight 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia 2068

16 ____________________________________________________________________________ The Creative Leadership Forum 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia Images from Sculpture by The Sea 2006, Bondi Australia Photographer Ralph Kerle The Architect’s Journal Inspiration The problem or opportunity that motivates the search for solutions Ideation The process of generating, developing and testing ideas A Framework for An Innovative Organization Implementation The path that leads from the project room to the market

17 Architects of the Future Collaboration Ideas are Paper Planes Now The Hard Part …Turning The Idea Into Reality… Dr Ralph Kerle Leading Change Through Creative Insight 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia 2068 Individual Creative Leadership

18 The Yin and Yan of Organizational Innovation Developing Individual Creative Capabilities How The Creative Brain Works If you can be more aware of how the brain works in a context that calls for creativity, you will be able to alter your thinking or adjust your actions, in the process, becoming more aware of how you can contribute confidently and creatively. To develop this awareness, questions around how you perceive creativity, how you recognise creativity in others, how you reflect on the way you work, your preferred leadership and thinking style and how these preferences facilitate or impede your creativity in whatever context are the prime elements of exploration to start you on the path of understanding your brain and how it works creatively. throw up and, ultimately, lead and manage successful

19 Research shows The creative process is universal It has discreet steps Each step requires unique mental skills Most of us prefer some over others Those biases show up as strong points and potential blind spots when solving problems Dr Ralph Kerle Leading Change Through Creative Insight 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia 2068

20 The Dynamic Interface between People and Processes Creative Thinking Process Person One Prefers Order Person Two Prefers Chaos Person Three Prefers Resolutions Dr Ralph Kerle Leading Change Through Creative Insight 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia 2068

21 Awareness helps you Leverage style differences Build better teams Short circuit conflict Improve performance Become a creative powerhouse! Dr Ralph Kerle Leading Change Through Creative Insight 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia 2068

22 Innovation Thinking Style Preferences Clarifier Ideator Developer Implementer Dr Ralph Kerle Leading Change Through Creative Insight 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia 2068

23 Clarifier Likes to spend time clarifying the problem Doesn’t like to move too quickly to a solution Wants to be sure the right problem is addressed Gathers information to understand the situation Likes to look at the details May analyze to the extreme and not move forward

24 Clarifier qualities Clarifiers are... Focused, methodical, orderly, deliberate, serious, organized Clarifiers need... Order, the facts, an understanding of history, access to information, to be able to ask questions Clarifiers annoy others by... Asking too many questions, pointing out obstacles, identifying areas that aren’t well thought out, overloading people with information, being too realistic

25 Ideator Likes to look at the big picture Enjoys toying with ideas and possibilities Likes to stretch his or her imagination Sometimes takes a more intuitive approach to problem solving Enjoys thinking in more global and abstract terms May overlook the details.

26 Ideator qualities Ideators are... Playful, imaginative, social, adaptable, flexible, adventurous, independent Ideators need... Room to be playful, constant stimulation, variety and change, the big picture Ideators annoy others by... Drawing attention to themselves, being impatient when others don’t get their ideas, offering ideas that are off-the-wall, being too abstract, not being able to stick to one idea

27 Developer Enjoys putting together workable solutions Enjoys thinking about and planning the steps to implement an idea Enjoys analyzing and comparing potential solutions Likes to examine the pluses and minuses of an idea May get stuck in developing the perfect solution

28 Developer qualities Developers are... Reflective, cautious, pragmatic, structured, planning-oriented Developers need... Time to consider the options, time to evaluate, time to develop their ideas Developers annoy others by... Being too nit picky, finding flaws in others’ ideas, spontaneously seeing the shortcomings in an idea, getting locked into one approach

29 Implementer Likes to see things happen Enjoys giving structure to ideas so they can become a reality Enjoys seeing ideas come to fruition Likes to focus on ideas and solutions they feel are workable Likes the ‘Nike’ approach to problem solving (i.e. “Just do it”) May leap to action too quickly

30 Implementer qualities Implementers are... Persistent, decisive, determined, assertive, action oriented Implementers need to... Feel that others are moving just as quickly, have control, receive timely responses to their ideas Implementers annoy others by... Being too pushy, expressing their frustration readily when others do not move as quickly as they do, overselling their ideas

31 Universal Means Clarifier = 31.9 Ideator = 32.8 Developer = 30.8 Implementer = 32.2 Dr Ralph Kerle Leading Change Through Creative Insight 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia 2068

32 …$100 Budget To Get Started.. Dr Ralph Kerle Leading Change Through Creative Insight 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia 2068

33 Activity Find a partner Share your FourSight styles Identify differences Discuss how this might impact your working relationship

34 U Theory Dr Ralph Kerle Leading Change Through Creative Insight 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia 2068

35 Creativity Becomes Your Embedded Way of Working Your Professional Practice.. It is How You Value Yourself.. Dr Ralph Kerle Leading Change Through Creative Insight 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia 2068

36 What Makes Me Creative Dr Ralph Kerle Leading Change Through Creative Insight 100 Mowbray Road, Willoughby. NSW Australia 2068

37 Dr. Ralph Kerle I NNOVATION Q UOTE


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