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Systematic innovation
and collaborative
processes to foster
creativity in the project
Prepared by:
Ma-Lorena Escandón-Quin...
An accelerating world
2
Data
Connected
devices
Jobs lost
from 5 to 50 trillion gigabytes
from 13 billions to 50 - 70 billi...
Information revolution
3
Shorter
product cycles
Increased
segmentation
Increased
interdependence
2018 Lynks.ca
Dawson, P. ...
1. Complex Problem Solving
2. Coordinating with Others
3. People Management
4. Critical Thinking
5. Negotiation
6. Quality...
Ma-Lorena Escandón, Ph.D.
• Assistant Professor at Ryerson
University
• Innovation Consultant at Lynks
• Ph.D. in Innovati...
6
Data
analytics
Innovation
management
Creativity
Present ideas of how you can improve the
creativity and innovation of your team
Objective
7
2018 Lynks.ca
Do you think you are creative?
8
Survey
2018 Lynks.ca
Working individually, turn as many of the blank circles as
possible into recognizable objects in 2 minutes
30 circles chal...
10
Creativity
Innovation
Utilization of ideas in solving problems,
developing processes and improving the
way we do things...
Creativity myths
11
Creativity exists only in the arts
Creativity derives only from eccentric personalities
Creativity is ...
12
Creativity is
like a muscle
• Everybody can do it
• Requires practice and
investments before
seeing results
13
but it requires a fostering
environment to flourish
Bored employees
Inefficient use of resources
Lagging behind competitors
Lost opportunities (new markets, products, etc.)
L...
15
Problem
solving
Scope definition
Manage project
knowledge
Requirements
collection
Risk
identification
Decision
making
D...
16
BRAINSTORMING!
17
Not just post its and
working around a table
18
Rules, actions and changes
before, during and after
19
After projectDuring projectBefore project
Knowledge
management
Participants
Problem definition
Planning
Brainstorming
E...
Language can limit our imagination
• scope, solutions, approaches
Embrace ambiguity when expressing the problem
Problem de...
Expand your original definition to include other ideas with
circular shapes
30 circles challenge - Part 2
21
30 circles challenge - Part 2
22
Creativity requires resources
• Time
• Money
• Space
Planning
23
Teams that plan for creativity:
• Are less anxious about trying something new
• Are less afraid to correct when already in...
Homogeneity kills creativity
Include different personalities,
skills, backgrounds, roles
• Are you listening to the user?
...
Practice your listening
skills
Be open to new ideas
• “No, but” vs. “Yes, and”
Propose new ideas
• Leap frog
During brains...
Go back to review alternatives
• Can we fix them?
• Can we integrate them? Parts of them?
Debate & integrate ideas
27
Teams with diverse participants:
• Novices & outsiders can help break paradigms
In our experience
28
2018 Lynks.ca
29
Share your worksheet with your colleague on your right or front.
Review the worksheet you received and try to complete mor...
Humans have limited data processing &
storage capacity
• We can’t know everything about everything
Cues / inputs can inspi...
Patents
Internal data: idea banks, projects, reports
Websites: government, organizations, companies
Academic: journals, wh...
Teams using data:
• Generate more diverse ideas
• Generate more mature concepts
• Iterate faster
In our experience
33
Esca...
34
Escandón-Quintanilla, M., Gardoni, M. and Cohendet, P. (2018). Improving concept development with data
exploration in t...
Actually implement the creative solution
Execute
35
Reflect on diverse solutions
• Can we use them elsewhere?
Keep records
• Ideas can be useful later!
After – Knowledge mana...
Problematic estimation of time, costs and scope because
if you are looking for something new it is likely you
haven’t seen...
R3OI = return on innovation
38
Sommers, C. (2012). Think Like a Futurist: Know What Changes, What Doesn't, and What's Next...
Creativity and innovation need to be planned
and systematically executed
Ultimately
39
40
Alejandro Gutiérrez-López, Ph.D.,
PMP
alejandro.gutierrez@lynks.ca
Ma-Lorena Escandón- Quintanilla,
Ph.D.
lorena.escand...
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Les entreprises doivent être plus créatives et innovantes pour être compétitives sur les marchés actuels. Pour améliorer l'innovation et la créativité de l'équipe, les chefs de projet peuvent mettre en œuvre de petits changements ou des variations dans les outils, les techniques, les processus et les politiques à leur disposition. Dans cette session, nous présentons les améliorations et les changements potentiels à ces éléments du point de vue des processus systématiques d'innovation et de collaboration, dans le but d'accroître la créativité et la collaboration dans les équipes de projet.

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  1. 1. Systematic innovation and collaborative processes to foster creativity in the project Prepared by: Ma-Lorena Escandón-Quintanilla, Ph.D. | Ryerson University & Lynks Alejandro Gutiérrez-López, Ph.D., PMP| Lynks April. 2018
  2. 2. An accelerating world 2 Data Connected devices Jobs lost from 5 to 50 trillion gigabytes from 13 billions to 50 - 70 billions 25% of current jobs Marr, B. (2017). Data Strategy : How to Profit From a World of Big Data, Analytics and the Internet of Things by 2020 2018 Lynks.ca
  3. 3. Information revolution 3 Shorter product cycles Increased segmentation Increased interdependence 2018 Lynks.ca Dawson, P. and Andriopoulos, C. (2017). Managing Change, Creativity and Innovation
  4. 4. 1. Complex Problem Solving 2. Coordinating with Others 3. People Management 4. Critical Thinking 5. Negotiation 6. Quality Control 7. Service Orientation 8. Judgement and Decision Making 9. Active Listening 10. Creativity 4 Top 10 skills 1. Complex Problem Solving 2. Critical Thinking +2 3. Creativity +7 4. People Management 5. Coordinating with Others 6. Emotional Intelligence NEW 7. Judgement and Decision Making +1 8. Service Orientation 9. Negotiation 10. Cognitive Flexibility NEW 2015 2020 The Future of Jobs - Employment, Skills and Workforce Strategy for the Fourth Industrial Revolution January 2016 https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/01/the-10-skills-you-need-to-thrive-in-the-fourth-industrial- revolution 2018 Lynks.ca
  5. 5. Ma-Lorena Escandón, Ph.D. • Assistant Professor at Ryerson University • Innovation Consultant at Lynks • Ph.D. in Innovation Management • Master of Science in Entrepreneurship 5 About us Alejandro Gutiérrez, Ph.D., PMP • Head of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence at Lynks • Ph.D. in Project Management • Master of Science in Entrepreneurship 2018 Lynks.ca
  6. 6. 6 Data analytics Innovation management Creativity
  7. 7. Present ideas of how you can improve the creativity and innovation of your team Objective 7 2018 Lynks.ca
  8. 8. Do you think you are creative? 8 Survey 2018 Lynks.ca
  9. 9. Working individually, turn as many of the blank circles as possible into recognizable objects in 2 minutes 30 circles challenge 9
  10. 10. 10 Creativity Innovation Utilization of ideas in solving problems, developing processes and improving the way we do things in creating new products, services and organizations Dawson, P. and Andriopoulos, C. (2017). Managing Change, Creativity and Innovation Process through which new and useful ideas are generated Collaboration People working together to accomplish something beyond their individual capabilities 2018 Lynks.ca
  11. 11. Creativity myths 11 Creativity exists only in the arts Creativity derives only from eccentric personalities Creativity is spontaneous Creative people are high rollers Once you have an idea, everything is easy Creative output is always good Dawson, P. and Andriopoulos, C. (2017). Managing Change, Creativity and Innovation 2018 Lynks.ca
  12. 12. 12 Creativity is like a muscle • Everybody can do it • Requires practice and investments before seeing results
  13. 13. 13 but it requires a fostering environment to flourish
  14. 14. Bored employees Inefficient use of resources Lagging behind competitors Lost opportunities (new markets, products, etc.) Lack of differentiation Consequences of not fostering creativity 14 2018 Lynks.ca
  15. 15. 15 Problem solving Scope definition Manage project knowledge Requirements collection Risk identification Decision making Data gathering Creativity can be useful 2018 Lynks.ca
  16. 16. 16 BRAINSTORMING!
  17. 17. 17 Not just post its and working around a table
  18. 18. 18 Rules, actions and changes before, during and after
  19. 19. 19 After projectDuring projectBefore project Knowledge management Participants Problem definition Planning Brainstorming External information Implement 2018 Lynks.ca
  20. 20. Language can limit our imagination • scope, solutions, approaches Embrace ambiguity when expressing the problem Problem definition 20 VS Things that are round Metaphors Types of balls 2018 Lynks.ca
  21. 21. Expand your original definition to include other ideas with circular shapes 30 circles challenge - Part 2 21
  22. 22. 30 circles challenge - Part 2 22
  23. 23. Creativity requires resources • Time • Money • Space Planning 23
  24. 24. Teams that plan for creativity: • Are less anxious about trying something new • Are less afraid to correct when already in course In our experience 24 2018 Lynks.ca
  25. 25. Homogeneity kills creativity Include different personalities, skills, backgrounds, roles • Are you listening to the user? • Check titles at the door Participants 25
  26. 26. Practice your listening skills Be open to new ideas • “No, but” vs. “Yes, and” Propose new ideas • Leap frog During brainstorming 26
  27. 27. Go back to review alternatives • Can we fix them? • Can we integrate them? Parts of them? Debate & integrate ideas 27
  28. 28. Teams with diverse participants: • Novices & outsiders can help break paradigms In our experience 28 2018 Lynks.ca
  29. 29. 29
  30. 30. Share your worksheet with your colleague on your right or front. Review the worksheet you received and try to complete more circles based on your work and experience. 30 circles challenge - Part 3 30
  31. 31. Humans have limited data processing & storage capacity • We can’t know everything about everything Cues / inputs can inspire new ideas Use information 31
  32. 32. Patents Internal data: idea banks, projects, reports Websites: government, organizations, companies Academic: journals, white papers, reports Social media: blogs, forums, networking sites Sources of information 32 2018 Lynks.ca
  33. 33. Teams using data: • Generate more diverse ideas • Generate more mature concepts • Iterate faster In our experience 33 Escandón-Quintanilla, M., Gardoni, M. and Cohendet, P. (2018). Improving concept development with data exploration in the context of an innovation and technological design course. International Journal on Interactive Design and Manufacturing (IJIDeM) 2018 Lynks.ca
  34. 34. 34 Escandón-Quintanilla, M., Gardoni, M. and Cohendet, P. (2018). Improving concept development with data exploration in the context of an innovation and technological design course. International Journal on Interactive Design and Manufacturing (IJIDeM) 2018 Lynks.ca
  35. 35. Actually implement the creative solution Execute 35
  36. 36. Reflect on diverse solutions • Can we use them elsewhere? Keep records • Ideas can be useful later! After – Knowledge management 36 2018 Lynks.ca
  37. 37. Problematic estimation of time, costs and scope because if you are looking for something new it is likely you haven’t seen it before Difficulties 37 2018 Lynks.ca
  38. 38. R3OI = return on innovation 38 Sommers, C. (2012). Think Like a Futurist: Know What Changes, What Doesn't, and What's Next Resilience Ability to adapt to stressors but while preserving your core strength Relevance Rewards Costs and revenue projections of the innovations • Monetary • Intellectual property • Hard (patents) and soft (methods) Consider the impact on the client: does the new solution significantly improve their life? How important is the issue to them? 2018 Lynks.ca
  39. 39. Creativity and innovation need to be planned and systematically executed Ultimately 39
  40. 40. 40 Alejandro Gutiérrez-López, Ph.D., PMP alejandro.gutierrez@lynks.ca Ma-Lorena Escandón- Quintanilla, Ph.D. lorena.escandon@lynks.ca

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