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Leading the Continuous Innovation INFOGRAPHIC: Culture, Fringe Experiments, Customer Immersion

Leading the Continuous Innovation INFOGRAPHIC: Culture, Fringe Experiments, Customer Immersion | Change Leadership Watch | Scoop.it

How can change leaders support high performance, innovative teams? The infographic below cites 10 innovation strategies.  This is close.  There will be more of these process charts and innovation graphics.  


This one features:


Step 2:  Working at the organization's edges, the fringe & close to customers (I've heard Dr. Jeff DeGraff talk about fringe teams this year.)


Step 3:  Culture that  supports experimentation, failure.  This is ubiquitous in mention, scarce in after-the-fact reporting.  Better known examples, 3M (Post-Its) and Google (Google Lab: Buzz, Wave, etc.)


Step 6: Customer immersion, pain points


Step 10:  Metrics, measures

 

Sources include:  Christensen & Raynor, The Innovator's Solution: Creating & Sustaining Successful Growth, 2003  


Note the continuous improvement language, adjusted slightly, a 'la W. Edwards Deming:  Ready, Aim, Fire, Adjust.  Like Plan, Do, Check, Act.


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The 9 Types of Collaborators [Infographic]

The 9 Types of Collaborators [Infographic] | Change Leadership Watch | Scoop.it

One size does not fit all. User adoption is no exception.

 

This infographic provides some perspectives on engagement and how commitment may develop.  Useful as a thinking piece to examine your approach to change leadership.


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Martin (Marty) Smith's comment, November 18, 2011 4:26 AM
Thanks to maxOz for this excellent infographic and added maxOz to Scoop.it I'm thankful for http://www.scoop.it/t/thank-you