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How To Build An Innovation Lab

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A deck from Bromford Lab looking at how to introduce a disciplined approach to creativity, testing and piloting services and products within a social innovation setting. Originally presented at Google UK.

A deck from Bromford Lab looking at how to introduce a disciplined approach to creativity, testing and piloting services and products within a social innovation setting. Originally presented at Google UK.

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How To Build An Innovation Lab

  1. according to @bromfordlab Paul Taylor @paulbromford Tom Hartland @thomashartland at London 9 12 15 How To Build An Innovation Lab
  2. It’s often easier to make something 10 times better than it is to make it 10% better. And we need 10x gains to solve some of the biggest problems facing humankind ASTRO TELLER ON MOONSHOTS
  3. has made a strategic commitment to re-establish the relationship it has with customers and communities that means everything is up for grabs nothing is sacred
  4. not so stupid questions: what is innovation? what is a lab?
  5. Bouncing ideas around is not innovation One of the reasons innovation fails to take hold in many organisations is a focus on internal reporting and certainty rather than finding, testing and exploring it’s about deliberately thinking of - and applying - new ways to tackle problems or resolve unmet need
  6. Does the world really need another? Nesta Global LabMap …a unique kind of laboratory – one that creates a dialogue, listening carefully with an open mind to all the voices, and then tries to translate them, mix them, and amplify them to prototype and develop alternatives.
  7. Do you need an Innovation Lab? Not necessarily Does your organisation need an embedded approach to innovation and testing that is measurable? What do you think?!
  8. NETWORKING (dreaming stuff) REALIsING (ideas into action) EXPERIMENTING (aiming at breaking) CONNECTING (holding s**t together) Lab Skill Sets
  9. Develop Concept Build Prototype Test Assumptions Evaluate & Iterate Testing and piloting have been natural additions to our innovation pipeline
  10. observation one... PROMOTES QUALITY CONTROL
  11. Bromford has lots of big ideas
  12. EXPECTATION REALITY
  13. NOT ALL IDEAS ARE CREATED EQUAL because...
  14. observation two? WIDER RANGE OF SOLUTIONS
  15. progressing ideas requires PROTOTYPES
  16. TESTING progressing prototypes requires
  17. considered design + thorough documentation
  18. observation three! > CHANCE OF BREAKTHROUGHS
  19. OK TO FAIL = OK TO TEST RADICAL IDEAS
  20. OK TO FAIL = OVERCOME INDIVIDUAL BIASES ✓✓ X Wait….what?!?
  21. SO WHAT IS A PILOT?
  22. Test One Test Two Test Three Test Four Test Five Test Six Test Seven IF TESTS HELP SELECT COMPONENTS OF SERVICE...
  23. PILOTS MEASURE COMPLETE SERVICE
  24. OUR HANDPRINTS ARE ALL OVER: BROMFORD DEAL. BROMFORD DNA. SERVICE OFFER PILOTS. STARTING WELL COACH. A+E YOUTH CONNECTOR. GOOGLE GLASS TESTS. SQUAD WORKING. MULTI SKILLED COACHES. WINTER BUDDIES. LAB SHOW. NEW EXTRA CARE. HUBS. MINECRAFT FOR DEVELOPMENT. COMPLAINTS PROCESS. COMMUNITY CONNECTOR. WIFI FOR CUSTOMERS. LEAVING WELL. RENAL FAILURE. LIGHTNING TALKS. COMMUNITY LETTINGS. CAR PARK SWARM. WICKED PROBLEMS. FUEL POVERTY LAB. BUT ALL PEOPLE REMEMBER US FOR IS A BLOODY DRONE
  25. LESSONS LEARNED
  26. WE ARE NOTHING WITHOUT DATA + INSIGHT
  27. HMS Directorship INNOVATION DIES (OR THRIVES) FROM THE TOP
  28. TEST MORE PILOT LESS
  29. @bromfordlab Paul Taylor @paulbromford Tom Hartland @thomashartland THANK YOU!

Notes de l'éditeur

  • Our directors, service leaders, scheme managers have ideas all the time in a bid to continually improve their areas.

  • We don’t know how our customers would react to any service. There’s countless examples of poorly conceived plans being rolled out. That’s because...

    Our problem is with implementation - or more to the point, understanding that it’s not just what we do, but the way we do it that can add value or simply add cost. A great idea can be made bad for a whole host of reasons.
  • ...and the value of testing different ideas and concepts is stopping bad ideas bleeding into business as usual.
  • Product design is never as simple as A-to-B. It is progressive and iterative, working from early models to more advanced proofs of concepts.
  • Having tangible prototypes means you can start testing them for fitness for purpose or proof of concept. But, considering we’re talking about services rather than product, how do we build prototypes and test them?
  • OK for product design, but how do we make services more tangible? We’ve experimented with a number of options, but found the simplest way to be a service offer document.
  • As you can imagine - creating a complete service is quite resource intensive. So why would we jump straight to piloting if we don’t know if the service (these stacked blocks) would hold? We wouldn’t - unless we were bidding for tenders/partnerships (but make sure this mindset doesn’t leak back into the business).
  • In fact - why would you ever jump to a pilot as a first stance??

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