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skip to content search for: innovation universe: renovating your company for the innovation age frame. generate. embed. lead. menu innovation universe frame generate embed lead search innocharts posted on december 10, 2016december 10, 2016 by dr. nancy tennant this slideshow requires javascript. galleryposted in innocharts, uncategorizedleave a comment myth of innovation: light bulbs have cords posted on december 10, 2016december 10, 2016 by dr. nancy tennant i was thinking about the icon that most of us use to represent innovation: the light bulb. we portray it as the light bulb only, sometimes cartooned-up, mostly lit with a warm yellow glow, floating in space, and not connected to anything. it’s as if an idea by itself causes the bulb to glow. it’s a lie. light bulbs need a cord or a power source to help emit that warm amber glow.hink innovations have tethers it is rare that innovations within companies are totally untethered. innovations are about more than the idea itself, although the idea is paramount. innovations usually rely upon some power source, generally resources such as capital, funding, people but sometimes access, networks, channels or partnerships. if you work in a company, this is easy to understand. your company will allocate resources to the best ideas that drive strategy execution. if you are running a start-up, for that matter, you know this very well; unless you are wealthy enough to play with your money. congrats, but for the rest of us; i propose that the icon for innovation, the light bulb, always show the cord. without it, innovators may misread the tea leaves and believe that they have total freedom. mind-freedom not total freedom the light bulb senza a power source conveys that you are free to do what you want, when you want, how you want. the truth is that innovation offers a great deal of freedom; mind-freedom.  mind-freedom is to think as big as you can, to innovate where others have not gone, to look at the world in your unique way. behold mind-freedom, it is a powerful elixir. often, innovation is the only place you can find mind-freedom in the workplace. all other parts of work are formatted, form-filling, stay-in-the box kind of work. in innovation, however, you are not totally free, there are constraints within which you must live. if you are the benefactor of a company’s brand, image, funds, people or reputation then you have been given certain resources that you would not have if you were out on your own. generally, companies give innovators a strategic frame in which to innovative along with resources, even though the resources they are often starved. these frames are vast in their size and scope and leave a great expanse in which to play, limited only by people’s imagination. for example, if a company frames their innovation as brand-driven core products, that is an immense space, even for small companies. if you find that the frame and resources are disrupting your innovation mojo, you have a few choices: do nothing [i doubt you will choose this because you came to this blog for a reason.] show cause for change, create great innovation results to negotiate why the frame needs to be “re-framed.” recognize that the frame is fine, but it is the management systems around the frame that are limiting you. in that case, work with the system owner to re-engineer it to make it more innovation friendly. take your ideas and go on the road by forming a start-up. if you take the latter, beware, all light bulbs have a power source. venture capital, private equity, angel investors, even your wealthy aunt will come with a cord attached. dejected & peeved over a company betrayal i once coached a talented, young creative who was dismayed when her company limited her moves for positioning an innovation on their website. stacy had all the hallmarks of a great innovator: passion, driven, savvy, and willing to die for her idea. stacy was working with an innovation team on a new product. her idea was to post the innovation in an unconventional, slightly risqué way on the company’s website to get traffic for sales. after all, all news is good news. the buttoned-down company and the web-gods had other ideas and would not stretch their brand image to fit stacy’s provocative pitch. stacy was incensed and sure that the company did not understand the genius of the innovation or, for that matter, innovation itself. stacy came to me with a look of betrayal on her face. “the company asked me to innovate; then they put up all these rules that ruin your ideas.” let’s agree that the history of innovation is rife with examples where companies put up too many rules that kill innovations, but this was not one of them. companies need to protect their brand, image, and reputation by common sense measures that don’t allow each innovation to bet the farm. stacy and i discussed the give and take of the situation. what was she getting by innovating within this company? the light bulb cord entailed: a compelling strategic space to innovate, one that fires her imagination a small budget for the innovation a team of people for the innovation time to work on the innovation potentially allowing space (if using the approved protocol) on the highly trafficked branded website so that people could find the innovation cache from the reputation of the company that the innovation by itself would not have. don’t pull the cord; they negotiate it if stacy and her team could not live with what the company was offering, they would have to pull the cord and go elsewhere. to find another power source, with all that new courtship would entail is an arduous task, one that may take away for the energy they were putting into their innovation. my advice to stacy: negotiate the cord. at the end of the light bulb there is a cord that brings a source of power; be it money, people, access or other privileges. great company innovators understand the “to and from” their company offers for their innovation, and they find an acceptable existence in negotiating the terms. i suggest there are very few innovation hills to die on, better to negotiate the cord. this does not mean selling out; it means making your innovation work. it’s never easy. great innovators work to make sure that their idea goes forward without giving up at the first obstacle, and they know everything is a negotiation. if they have a sound innovation and a good innovation track record, they can remove roadblocks, reframe, or negotiate new terms. summary we have misled the public with light bulbs that are lit solely by great ideas. they also need a power source; some see this as a tether. i see the cord for what it is, first an offering from your company, then a negotiation. if our future icons for innovation is a light bulb with a cord, there could be an understanding that innovation is not totally free but still worth doing because it has mind-freedom, it is rewarding and, need i say; it is fun. in acknowledging and negotiating the cord, great innovations are p posted in frame, generatetagged company innovation, innovation negotiations, mythsleave a comment generate innovations: customer-driven problem solving posted on november 30, 2016december 10, 2016 by dr. nancy tennant the first observations about generate is that is it a problem-solving methodology, using both evolutionary and revolutionary applications of problem=solving to reach its goal. the second observation about generate is that it is customer-centered. while this should go without mention, it is important to note that there are still many companies who have not operationalized the customer at the center of their innovation efforts. by operationalizing i mean real insight and empathy garnered from open-ended customer observation, research and insight generation. we have a language problem in innovation. when i say insight, you might think idea or concept. by insight, i mean that kernel of a concept or idea driven by empathy to the customer, and has yet to be shaped into a solution. for many innovators, insights will be design-driven, but not for all. by open-ended, i mean starting with the customer’s problem to be solved, not with the company’s idea of what innovations are needed. generate is the platform that readers have the most exposure to through practice, articles, and consultants. at its essence, generate is: generate: the process and methods used to develop insights/ideas/concepts into commercial, innovative products/services for both incremental and breakthrough innovations. the capability to deliver unique solutions (product and non-product) that create value for customers and companies, the easiest way to describe the units of analysis within generate is innovation projects that help organizations grow and expand into existing or new markets, and what companies track and measure to understand their success in innovation. generate is where the shiny objects reside; it is the sexy part of innovation; where each of us would live, full-time, if we could. generate is the excitement of creating something new with the commensurate acclaim and reward. generate is the area where 90 % of all consulting, literature and education content exists relating to innovation; yet we know it is only on a fourth of the universe. the generate taxonomy includes at its heart an innovation process. as a touchstone, i will characterize every innovation processes by using the unifying innovation model (uim) as the generalizable steps to go from idea to commercialization. the uim steps are frame, discover, ideate, elaborate and launch and represent the ubiquitous steps and the best thinking found almost every successful innovation processes. imageposted in generatetagged generate innovation, innovatingleave a comment frame innovation – setting the stage. posted on november 29, 2016december 10, 2016 by dr. nancy tennant when i started thinking about this blog, i did not include frame.  i assumed that most companies had rationalized how innovation would fit into their enterprise strategy and had an idea about how to capture the gains from innovatio through a set of criteria.  as i started to teach more company executives and consult to many of the world’s best known companies, i realized my assumpti on was wrong. to validate my observation, i started taking an unofficial poll in my innovation classes the following: “how many of your companies have an enterprise strategy that mentions innovation in a meaningful way?” half of the audience put their hands up. then i said, “please leave your hand up if our innovation teams understand and directly use that strategy to drive their innovation efforts and decision making.”  less one fourth of the hands stayed up.  this was eye-opening. imagine, the deluge of innovation activity in companies and, if my poll is representative, more than half of the innovators have no idea how what they were innovating related to the company’s strategy.  i started adding to my class a representation of enterprise strategy doctrine, using kaplan and nortan’s innovation map.[1]  i teach this not a strategy creation exercise, but as a translation and communication requirement, with the belief that all innovators may not create their company’s strategy but they must be able to translate their company’s strategy, whatever form it is in, into something palatable and meaningful for innovation decision making.  this is what frame is all about. the centerpiece of frame is the innovation definition/criteria.  every company needs a working definition, not a textbook one, of what constitutes innovation to their customers.  this is critical for evaluation innovations but also necessary to have meaningful metrics on innovation progress. while it may seem that frame should come first, often it is pre-existing to generate but altered and iterated as more and more innovations hit the market, causing companies to re-frame their strategic architecture as it relates to innovation. frame is the northern star of the innovation universe. [1] having trouble with your strategy? then map it. kaplan & norton.  hbr, 2000. posted in frametagged innovation framing, innovation plan, innovation strategyleave a comment innovation universe: unifying and simplfying innovation posted on november 28, 2016december 10, 2016 by dr. nancy tennant the term innovation universe seems overly confident. its meaning is from the definition of the universe: all time, space and its contents. with that whole universe, there is the observable universe. observable implies that there is a portion that an astute observer can map, study and teach; still leaving room for discovery. if you look at the observable universe, there are galaxies, asteroids, planets, light sources and even space junk. it’s overwhelming. how to make sense (describe, teach and create a common understanding) of the universe is another matter entirely. nasa created the cosmicopia. the site states that “cosmicopia contains an abundance (a cornucopia, if you will) of information about cosmic rays, the earth’ magnetosphere, the sun, space weather, and other exciting topics on space science”.[1] with that as celestial guidance, this blog creates the first “innovation cosmicopia”, a simplified description converted into a practical framework for companies about the abundance that is innovation. with the aid of the innovation cosmicopia, the innovation space can look very different, even orderly. bodies come into focus, connections are evident. innovation universe is an organized, disciplined way to unify and simplify innovation. the innovation universe presented here is based on over two decades of intense observation and study across many sources and varieties of organizations. it describes the observable space and matter that every company should consider when embedding innovation. therefore, innovation universe is a way to understand the enormity that the innovation space has become so that every leader can quickly and deftly create and guide innovation within their company. it’s a way for us to have a dialogue with a unifying language about innovation in companies. unlike any other universe, the innovation universe has a sun and three orbiting planets that constitute the innovation solar system, where generate is the sun. generate is the art and science of creating of innovations, from concept to commercialization and, as such, is the center of the innovation universe. many companies start and stop at generate. to the keen observer, there are three planets that orbit generate that complete the innovation universe: frame, embed, and lead. frame is how you set the stage to focus innovation and for it to enable strategy execution. embed is how you transform the company to make innovation thrive. it is more than culture; it has hard-edge elements to it. lead is how leaders can unleash human potential in the innovation economy, both in others and in themselves. each of these four heavily bodies is wide-ranging enough to hold the critical know-how required renovate your company for the innovation age. everything you are doing or will do in innovation within a company can fit in one of four spheres of understanding. at its essence, innovation is the observable and understanding of what legacy companies need to do to become more innovative, with the understanding that you have a business to run. while generate is the center of the innovation universe, it may not be the center of your universe. so how can you become a leader that drives innovation along with the other key business initiatives of your company? [1] http://helios.gsfc.nasa.gov posted in innovation universetagged company innovation, innovation transformation, innovation universeleave a comment no-genius required this blog is for senior leaders or innovation leaders who are charged with creating or sustaining innovation in their company. it is for those who have experienced the fog of innovation and who want a no-branded, no genius-required explanation and approach to innovation within legacy companies. it is an open-source dialogue on framing, generating, embedding and leading innovation in legacy companies. blogroll harry l. davis center for leadership @ booth incubator and proving ground for generating new perspectives on leadership. i-mentor programs @ u of notre dame programs for innovation professionals at the university of notre dame blog start up by blog noivce: please be patient follow innovation universe via email enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. archives december 2016 november 2016 © 2016 nancy tennant. all rights reserved. based on upcoming book innovation universe dr. nancy tennant wordpress.com. twitter linkedin post to cancel


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