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THE WORLD LEADERS IN INNOVATION
AND CREATIVITY WILL ALSO BE
WORLD LEADERS IN EVERYTHING ELSE.
Harold R. McAlindon
DEFINITION
 Innovation is the process of improving an existing
product or service and not, as is commonly assumed,
the introduction of something better .
Encarta Encyclopedia
 The term derives from the Latin innovatus, past
participle of innovare "to renew or change,"
from in- "into" + novus "new".
Etymology Dictionary
SO WHAT IS INNOVATION?
IDEO’S INNOVATION PROCESS
KELLEY’S TEN FACES OF INNOVATION
 1. The Anthropologist
 2. The Experimenter
 3. The Cross-Pollinator
 4. The Hurdler
 5. The Collaborator
 6. The Director
 7. The Experience Architect
 8. The Set Designer
 9. The Storyteller
 10. The Caregiver
DOBLIN’S TEN TYPES OF INNOVATION
 1. Business Model
 2. Networking
 3. Enabling process
 4. Core process
 5. Product performance
 6. Product system
 7. Service
 8. Channel
 9. Brand
 10. Customer experience
IDEO’S SEVEN RULES FOR BRAINSTORMING
 1. Defer judgment
 2. Encourage wild ideas
 3. Build on the ideas of others
 4. Stay focused on the topic
 5. One conversation at a time
 6. Be visual
 7. Go for quantity
LAFLEY & CAHRAN’S RULES FOR BRAINSTORMING
 1. Get a facilitator.
 2. Be prepared.
 3. Relax.
 4. Leaders should follow.
 5. Get everyone to contribute.
 6. Keep track of ideas.
 7. Think ahead.
 8. Use props.
 9. Go outside the lines.
 10. Follow the rules.
TOYOTA’S TEN STEP INNOVATION PROCESS
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1. Let learning lead.
2. Learn to See
3. Design for Today
4. Think in Pictures
5. Capture the Intangible.
6. Leverage the Limits
7. Master the Tension
8. Run the Numbers
9. Make Kaizen Mandatory
10. Keep it Lean
LENCIONI’S FIVE DYSFUNCTIONS OF A TEAM
 1. Absence of Trust
 2. Fear of Conflict
 3. Lack of Commitment
 4. Avoidance of Accountability
 5. Inattention to Results
KIMMELMAN’S EDUCATION INNOVATION
PROCESS FRAMEWORK
 Step 1: Identify and discuss the problem
 Step 2: Designate an innovation coach to lead
the innovation team
 Step 3: Organize the innovation team and
propose innovative ideas
 Step 4: Prioritize some of the proposed ideas
 Step 5: Develop and test prototypes
 Step 6: Conduct short-term formative evaluation
 Step 7: Revise the innovation plan
PROMISING INNOVATIONS IN EDUCATION
THE NEED FOR INNOVATION
 To align our educational system to the 21st century world, both
simple and complex innovations are critical to improve
teaching and learning.
 For such improvement to take place it is necessary for people
to change the way they make decisions, and start thinking or
making choices outside of their norm.
OVERALL NEED
CREATE AN INNOVATIVE CULTURE IN
SCHOOLS [AND MC3]
DISCUSSION ACTIVITY QUESTIONS
1. Identify the three most serious problems that
you think need to be fixed in your school or
district our center.
 Discuss why they are serious,
 how you ranked them as the top three, and
 what evidence/data you have to support
 1. Defer judgment
your selections.
 2. Encourage wild ideas
 3. Build on the ideas of others
 4. Stay focused on the topic
 5. One conversation at a time
 6. Be visual
 7. Go for quantity
DISCUSSION ACTIVITY QUESTIONS
2. Hypothetically, select
a diverse team of 10
people to work on one
of the priorities you
listed in Question 1.
 Why did you select
these individuals?
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1. The Anthropologist
2. The Experimenter
3. The Cross-Pollinator
4. The Hurdler
5. The Collaborator
6. The Director
7. The Experience Architect
8. The Set Designer
9. The Storyteller
10. The Caregiver
DISCUSSION ACTIVITY QUESTIONS
3. Using one of the
priorities you identified
in Question 1 and the
team you selected in
Question 2, go through
the innovation process
framework in this
chapter and informally
practice each step.
 Step 1: Identify and discuss
the problem
 Step 2: Designate an
innovation coach to lead
the innovation team
 Step 3: Organize the
innovation team and
propose innovative ideas
 Step 4: Prioritize some of the
proposed ideas
 Step 5: Develop and test
prototypes
 Step 6: Conduct short-term
formative evaluation
 Step 7: Revise the
innovation plan
DISCUSSION ACTIVITY QUESTIONS
4. Design a prototype of your innovation idea
to fix the problem.
FINAL THOUGHTS?
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