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Serious Lego Play to teach Structual Ambidexterity

This slide deck illustrates how I use Serious Lego Play to teach students the concept of structural ambidexterity

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Serious Lego Play to teach Structual Ambidexterity

  1. 1. | 1 Structural Ambidexterity: Serious Lego Play Prof. Dr. Dries Faems
  2. 2. | Part 1: Skills Building › Step 1: Select 10 components/bricks › Step 2: Build a structure as high as possible with these components › Step 3: Build a model that illustrates your best characteristics as a person › Step 4: Share your characteristics with your group members › Step 5: Develop one group model that combines the characteristics of the different group members into one superteam. Give your superteam a specific name 2
  3. 3. | Part 2: Defining Innovation › Lego Exercise: What is your personal definition of innovation? 3
  4. 4. | Definition of innovation ‘Innovation is the transformation of ideas into products/services that can be launched onto the market’ Science & Technology Base ‘The’ Market
  5. 5. | Lego Exercise: Build a model that shows a typical example of innovation 5
  6. 6. | Different kinds of innovations › Type of innovation  Product innovation: Changes in the things (products/services) which an organization offers  Process innovation: Changes in the ways in which they are created and delivered › Novelty of innovation  Incremental innovation: Doing what we do better  Radical innovation: New to the world
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  8. 8. | Lego Exercise: Place the models on the grid following the portfolio approach 8
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  11. 11. | Part 3: Organizing for Innovation 11
  12. 12. | Challenges in Organizing Explorative and Exploitative Innovation at the Individual level Exploitative innovation: Analytic cognitive style 12 Explorative innovation: Intuitive cognitive style
  13. 13. | 13 Exploitative innovation: Structured process model Explorative innovation: Flexible process model Challenges in Organizing Explorative and Exploitative Innovation at the Process level
  14. 14. | Exploitative innovation: Mechanistic structure -Centralized structure with multiple hierarchical levels -Formal coordination by means of vertical communication -Focus on control Explorative innovation: Organic structure - Decentralized structure with limited number of hierarchical levels - Informal coordination by means of lateral communication - Focus on autonomy 14 Challenges in Organizing Explorative and Exploitative Innovation at the Organizational level
  15. 15. | Challenges in organizing explorative and exploitative innovation 15 Exploitative Innovation Explorative Innovation Individual level Analytic cognitive style Intuitive cognitive style Project level Sequential process models Functional project structure Iterative process models Cross-functional project structure Organizational level Mechanistic structure Organic structure
  16. 16. | Lego Exercise: Build a model that illustrates a solution for this innovation challenge 16
  17. 17. | Structural separation of exploitative and explorative activities within the firm Exploitation Exploration Organizing for sustainable innovation: Intra-firm solutions Structure: Ambidextrous organization, internal venturing department, explorative heavyweight team Advantage: Each separate unit can be optimally staffed, managed and structured Challenges: Expensive and limited ability to realize synergies across different units (Jansen et al., 2009; Van Looy et al., 2005)
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