Innovation Games – Understanding the Dynamics of Creating the New New

Innovation Games – Understanding the Dynamics of Creating the New New

Innovation is more than a buzz word of our time. It has become one of the most important survival strategies of modern-day organizations. Sparking innovation that manage to truly become the new new, however, is often easier said than done. This 5-module innovation think-experience-and-create tank is designed to give business leaders, product developers and project leaders the cognitive understanding behind the phenomenon called innovation. Building on that, we leverage the collective intelligence in the room to unleash new ideas and concepts that will help deepen the experience and bring new strategies on the way.

5-Module Innovation Think-Experience-and-Create Tank for Current and Future Innovation Leaders

Innovation Games: Understanding the Dynamics of Creating the New New!

Innovation Games: Understanding the Dynamics of Creating the New New!

  • Innovation: Definitions and types.
  • Cycles of innovation: Understanding the natural dynamics of innovation.
  • Innovation scalability: Unraveling the myth.
  • Schemas and scripts: Utilizing psychology for predicting market acceptance.
  • Innovation games: Experiential exercises to deepen the understanding of concepts and unleash creativity.
  • Burning questions, case studies and examples from participants.

Module 2: Disruptive Innovation

  • Scopes of disruptive innovation.
  • The role of organization fields in disruptive innovation.
  • When is disruption perceived as disruption?
  • Which factors make the market accept disruptive innovation?
  • Strategies for disruptive innovation.
  • Innovation games: Get connected to create your disruptive innovation strategy.
  • Burning questions, case studies and examples from participants.

Module 3: Product Innovation

  • The psychology of creativity.
  • Ways of shifting the mind into new space.
  • Analysis of famous product innovation processes.
  • Innovation games: Transform your mind and leave the room with a new product.
  • Burning questions, case studies or examples from participants.

Module 4: Business Model Innovation

  • Business transformation vs. business model innovation.
  • Strategies for business model innovation.
  • Scalability of business model innovation.
  • Analysis of famous business model innovation cases.
  • Innovation games: Here is your safe environment: Expand your horizon, turn your business model upside down.
  • Burning questions, case studies or examples from participants.

Module 5: Social Innovation

  • Social innovation: Why we need it, how we can go about it, why we still haven’t seen enough of it.
  • The business case of social innovation: How companies can benefit from driving social innovation.
  • Understanding social systems: Addressing systemic pain.
  • Innovation games: Be the change – spark social change through your organization and benefit from it.
  • Burning questions, case studies and examples from participants.
Innovation Games - Workshop/Seminar - Product Innovation, Business Innovation, Social Innovation, New York, NY

Reserve Your Spot For This Highly Engaging Seminar:

“Innovation Games: Understanding The Dynamics Of Creating The New New!”

Modules can be adapted to a suitable length and additional content added to meet your specific goals. The seminar can be conducted face-to-face or online via video-conferencing.

FACILITATOR

 

Erika Jacobi - Change Leadership and Business Innovation Consultant, New York, NY

Erika Jacobi – Organizational Change and Innovation Consultant, Author, Public Speaker

Erika Jacobi is the founder of LC GLOBAL®, a change and innovation consulting firm with presences in New York, NY and Munich, Germany. An experienced change and innovation consultant, Erika has been involved in innovation endeavors of companies ranging from non-profit to Fortune 100. Erika’s Ph.D. research focuses on the role of narratives in organizational change and innovation. Her publications include “Implementing a Holographic Organization Design” and “Growing Together: A Case Study of an Appreciative, Systemic and Collaborative Organization Redesign.” Erika regularly presents at national and international conferences and facilitates workshops on topics such as innovation, transformation, organizational identity, leadership and complexity.

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