Navigate 3 Paradigms of Innovation Enablement
Over the last 125 years, 3 distinct paradigms of Innovation Enablement have shared dominance around the globe. Each paradigm (IE1.0, IE2.0 and IE3.0) represents a fundamental change in how we view the nature of business innovation and the role of inclusion over specialization.
Each of the 3 paradigms still exists, with different answers to questions such as:
- Who have valuable, innovative ideas to offer?
- What are the priorities for innovation?
- Who are given training on being innovative?
- What is the motivation to innovate?
- Who are given innovation project assignments?
These paradigms have emerged in a “nested” fashion: each subsequent paradigm includes the key strengths of the previous paradigm, with IE3.0 being the most inclusive. Within an organization, different leaders might operate from any one of these 3 paradigms; and any single leader might embody a blend of them. Thus, they all currently co-exist, sometimes not very peacefully, in today’s business world.
This course is fundamental to executive education - assisting senior leaders to sort out potential discord and confusion when strategizing and deciding on issues of business growth, talent management, and organizational development.
- There are 3 major paradigms for innovation enablement that have evolved over the past decades; each has fostered its own approach to enabling innovation
- The evolution of these 3 paradigms is analogous to the evolution of IT technology from mainframes to personal computers to mobile devices
- Each subsequent version of innovation enablement includes the key strengths of the previous version — while adding new approaches and benefits. So version 3.0 contains the best of 1.0 and 2.0.
- By understanding these paradigms and their evolution, you can make wise, optimal decisions for enabling innovation
- See the wisdom in different innovation enablement paradigms, and integrate the best of each when making decisions
- Shift skillfully between different paradigms, to better engage in business deliberations
- Align innovation initiatives to a higher purpose, so people are energized to use their full potential in present and future projects
- Engage more employees and stakeholders in your innovation programs, across the boundaries that normally hinder innovation
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Who should attend?
Executives / Leaders / Project Managers / Teams / Professionals
- Three paradigms for enabling innovation (1.0, 2.0 and 3.0)
- The approach of each paradigm for enabling innovation
- The ability to shift freely and skillfully between the 3 paradigms to better engage in business deliberations and decisions
- Enabling innovation in a way that creates positive value for all stakeholders
- Resolving conflict when differing paradigms are being promoted
Course delivery details
The course can be provided by virtual or onsite delivery options.
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