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Companies want, and actually need, to be innovative in today’s competitive marketplace. The matter is more about “how”. In this episode, we have invited a special guest to talk about innovation in the workplace. Drea interviews Shahla Aly, Director of the Customer Experience department at Google For Work. Shahla is the sponsor of the Innovation Labs, which are immersive sessions where Googlers and enterprise customers learn how to tackle big, audacious challenges. In these Innovation Labs, businesses get to know how Google approaches innovation. They are asked to adopt a creative and design thinking methodology to address an important business issue that they have selected. In this process they are asked to approach innovation by thinking about their user first, by thinking 10x and by pr...
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What will workplaces look like when the most material endowed, technologically literate, formally educated, and globally connected generations reach employment age? Claire gives us an insight into what the future of work could look like with Gen Z and Gen Alpha at the wheel. Claire Madden is a social researcher who effectively bridges the gap between the emerging generations and the business leaders and educators of today. She is a next-gen expert, fluent in the social media, youth culture, and engagement styles of these global generations, and a professional in interpreting what this means for educators, managers and marketers. With academic qualifications in communications and postgraduate studies in leadership, Claire brings robust, research-based content to her engaging presentations...
What makes some workplaces truly innovative? Decades of research suggest that there are four main levels of engaging employees in improvement and innovation. But it's only when you bring them all together that they generate a real buzz . . . This video was made by UK WON on behalf of euwin - the European Workplace Innovation Network. Learn more at http://tiny.cc/rh6juw
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Sweden has long been fantastic at developing, manufacturing and selling things. We have built up an export sector and enjoyed the steady growth that has contributed to building the society we have today. But what is happening in the outside world? Fewer and fewer people work in production. What previously required hard work and nimble fingers is now automated. Our challenge is to use the resources that are being liberated to further develop Sweden for the future and create further economic growth and export. One thing that is in demand in the world today is the advanced packaging of services and solutions. Let's say for example that we in Sweden take on the challenge of creating a city with the world's best health care. Such a mission would attract the brightest experts and stimulate ...
In our rapidly changing global environment, social sector problems are increasingly complex. Without continuous innovation, today's solutions to these problems will become quickly irrelevant and the organizations implementing them will have a more difficult time realizing their missions. Learn more about our work in innovation at http://www.rockefellerfoundation.org/our-work/current-work/innovation
Jude Reggett is currently practicing as a clinical psychotherapist and advises in the area of workforce development and change management. She has had 15 years' experience with Northern Sydney Institute, with 8 of those years working in Senior Educational roles. The modern organisation is in search of a workplace that fosters collaboration, innovative thinking and a productive and motivated workforce. But knowing what you want doesn't always give you a clear idea of how to achieve it. Organisations often experience big changes and if there are large elements or dynamics which people don't understand it can lead to dysfunction. So why can't people just do their job? What's so difficult about just being professional? We need to create (or discover) the methods that deal with change and up...
INNOVATION SKILLS Based on studies with thousands of employers, this video highlights the most critical skills needed for the changing future of work. These can be considered innovation skills. Developing and applying these leadership skills you have contribute to developing and launching innovations that can have a positive impact. An innovation project is a great way to use these skills and refine them. Visit innovationtraining.org or innovationcourses.org for innovation training to help you or your organization develop these skills. The innovation workshop programs guide you through an innovation project based on a challenge you choose.
http://create.stanford.edu Most people think that collecting ideas is the first step to becoming an innovative firm. However, designing a process for killing ideas is often the most important. To remain competititive, firms have to separate the great from the good, but do it without choking off the supply of future ideas. In this on-demand webinar, Professor Huggy Rao discusses tools and techniques for how to accomplish this. This webinar is brought to you by the Stanford Innovation and Entrepreneurship certificate. http://create.stanford.edu/
Learn. Practice. Apply. This dynamic workshop offers your team a unique opportunity to master the art—and science—of design thinking and use it to address challenges specific to your work. In a series of short online videos, Stanford's d.school's Perry Klebahn and Jeremy Utley will lead your team through exercises and activities that get you out of your chairs and working together to apply d.thinking approaches in real time to real projects. Learn more: http://innovationatwork.stanford.edu/