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1 DARE to Innovate: Innovation as a Foundational Competency Jamie Justice System Director for Professional Development and Innovation Kentucky Community and Technical College System Jamie Justice System Director for Professional Development and Innovation Kentucky Community and Technical College System

2 Technology Engagement/Expectations Emerging Occupations Innovation Access Points Content Design Budgets New Opinions on Higher Ed

3 Asia Challenges U.S. Innovation Leadership, New Report ShowsAsia Challenges U.S. Innovation Leadership, New Report Shows A major report released last week by the National Science Board concludes that U.S. global leadership in science and technology is declining as foreign nations – especially China and other Asian countries – rapidly develop their national innovation systems.released last week The World’s Leading Nations for Innovation and Technology Seemingly everywhere you look, one or another pundit is predicting the imminent decline of the United States and the end of the American Century. Thomas Friedman and Michael Mandelbaum’s That Used to Be Us paints a picture of an economically emergent China that is catching up to us on every front where it hasn’t already surpassed us.That Used to Be Us Innovation and Stem Education https://www.bebr.ufl.edu/articles/innovation-and-stem-education The United States was once the world leader by most measures, particularly in the development and use of information and communications technologies which are so central to modern economies. But recent indicators suggest that its status as an innovation leader is no longer assured.

4 The digital natives really know technology Creativity cannot be taught Necessity drives all innovation Everyone is Innovative Innovation is a Technical Skill Any New Approach is Innovation

5 How do YOU define Innovation?

6 Webster's Definition of INNOVATION 1: the introduction of something new 2: a new idea, method, or device : in·no·va·tion·al adjective Pasted from

7 Innovation War Stories: –What drives Innovation in Education? Strategies: –A Deliberate Investment in Developing Innovation Talent and Capacity: Create or expand on new uses of technology, instructional innovation, and other best practices currently used by faculty innovators. Create an incentive system that provides opportunity for faculty and staff to benefit from new practices and solutions created by faculty either personally or to their respective program area budgets. Creation of programs to train and develop innovators to focus on new solutions, applications of proven approaches to change and innovation and new way to manage change. What is the most innovative Education event in history ?

8 According to Rolf Smith you: –Begin by beginning. –Get to know your colleagues –Define the Summit – Where do you want to be? –Determine the Route toward success –Begin your Expedition: –Be Proactive, Adaptive and Responsive –Be Meticulous (journals and blue slips) Source: 7 Levels of Change, Third Edition, Rolf Smith, 2007, Tapestry Press

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10 Law of Conservation of Innovation The total amount of innovation is a constant resource that is available within all individuals and in an organization but it can only be changed between two states. –Potential innovation emerges to a state of kinetic innovation. –Necessity changes potential innovation into kinetic innovation or the organization fails or never achieves its full potential. –Complacency changes kinetic innovation back into a state of potential innovation until the next need emerges.

11 According to Rolf Smith there are 7 Levels of Change: –Level 1 – Effectiveness: Doing the right things –Level 2 – Efficiency: Doing things right –Level 3 – Improving: Doing things better –Level 4 – Cutting: Doing away with things –Level 5 – Copying: Doing things others are doing –Level 6 – Different: Doing things no one else is doing –Level 7 – Breakout!: Doing things that can’t be done Source: 7 Levels of Change, Third Edition, Rolf Smith, 2007, Tapestry Press

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14 Focus on Innovation Talent, Capacity and Student Engagement Research and Apply New Technology A New Approach to Content Creation and Delivery New Strategies to Personalize Learning New Efficiency Models Responsive and Proactive Solutions Envisioneering Innovation, Engagement, Leadership, and Vision for the future. Approach

15 Envisioneer: That unique type of innovator who can create a new innovation, manage the change and projects associated with the new innovation and who one who fully understands how innovation fits into an overall system perspective.

16 Envisioneer Skill Sets –Change Management –Innovation and Problem Solving –Project Management –Systems Thinking –Technology Skills

17 New Learning Environments Revolutionary Online Education Jumping the Technology Gap New Devices and Interactive Technology Augmented Reality Change Management Strategies New Processes and Procedures

18 Identify and Engage All Stakeholders Technology as a Means Foster an Innovation Culture Maximize Use of Existing Resources Evaluate and Adjust Continuous Improvement Models Adjust the Innovation Vision Appreciative Inquiry

19 Source: U.S. Air Force Innovation Initiative, 1985

20 Creativity and Enhancement –Virtual Labs for Online Learning –Massive Open Online Courses –New Technology Adaptation –Emergent Learning Opportunities –Disassociated Reinforcement Strategies

21 Respond to Emerging Occupations Improve Student Engagement Enhance Developmental Education Revise Curriculum Identify More Efficient Methods Utilize Technology to Make Learning Personal Increase Research and Assessment of New Learning Models and Technology Going Forward, Community Colleges must:

22 Focus on Innovation and Student Engagement New Efficiency Models New Strategies to Personalize Learning New Approach to Content Research and Apply New Technology Strategic Plans, Change Management Innovation Continuous Evaluation and Implementation

23 D - Define A - Articulate R - Refine E - Elaborate

24 Define the Challenge: –Develop Awareness and Desire –Engage Stakeholders –Identify the Problem/Challenge –Define your Goal –Set a Vision

25 Articulate the Vision –Create your message –Identify Your Team/stakeholders –Apply your Knowledge –Generate Big IDEAS!!!!!!!! –Withhold Judgment

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27 Expectations: Positive Outlook Fluency: Vast number of Ideas Flexibility: Variety of Ideas Engagement: Involving Stakeholders Capture: Record and Manage Ideas Technique: Who, How, What

28 Refine Your Ideas Employ and Engage Existing Knowledge and Abilities Grow, Merge, Adjust, Change Ideas Begin Decision Making Process Re-Engage Stakeholders Narrow your Selection

29 Elaborate –Select your Approach, Gather Provisions –Expand Knowledge/Abilities of your Team –Reinforce your Vision –Critical Decision –Begin Your Ascent

30 “The illiterate of the 21 st century will not be those who cannot read or write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.” Alvin Toffler We must use innovative techniques to engage students and foster an environment of life-long learners. Envisioneering Innovation, Engagement, Leadership, and Vision for the future.

31 1.What new INSIGHTS do you have? 2.What QUESTIONS do you have? Source: 7 Levels of Change, Third Edition, Rolf Smith, 2007, Tapestry Press

32 Jamie Justice, System Director of Professional Development and Innovation Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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