This video will explain the formal processes you have to have in place that encourage and reward ideas, how you inspire everyone to participate, a process of when you green-light or kill ideas, and how you catalog ideas and results.
- While good ideas exist everywhere,…what most organizations struggle with…is a team who can effectively execute.…So I created a process and formula…called improvisational innovation.…It looks like this.…Creativity plus accessibility…plus execution equals improvisational innovation.…The methodology behind improvisational innovation…can work for any organization…because it's accessible and a more realistic approach…to building upon the assets a company currently has,…driving smaller incremental steps…while also increasing the chances of a major breakthrough.…
It focuses on accelerating ideas that advance the company…and builds a culture that is fast and adapted…without interrupting the bottom line.…Because this type of innovation…encourages creative pursuits,…it just might keep your best talent from jumping ship.…If an organization can make space…for an entrepreneurial type to assess…the resources and the rewards of a big company,…chances are the organization will have less churn.…There are five factors behind the methodology…
Once you as a leader have figured out how and when to take risks, you can then build a culture that not only focuses on producing great work, but also on creating and executing a steady flow of ideas to improve every aspect of the organization. Watch this course to enhance the relevance and marketability of your business and your career.
- What is risk?
- What role does risk play in leadership?
- Assessing your risk-taking style
- Understanding your organization's risk tolerance
- Defining risk-takers
- Cultivating smart risk-taking behavior
- Modeling risk-taking leadership