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Building Creative, Collaborative Cultures

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Building Creative,
Collaborative Cultures @ADAMCONNOR |ADAM CONNOR | VP ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN & TRAINING

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Talent + Ideas != Success

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Organizations can struggle to make use of its employee's talent and creativity. The culture of an organization acts as a lens through which we can examine whether an organization is set up support or hinder innovation, creativity, and collaboration.

Organizations can struggle to make use of its employee's talent and creativity. The culture of an organization acts as a lens through which we can examine whether an organization is set up support or hinder innovation, creativity, and collaboration.

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Building Creative, Collaborative Cultures

  1. Building Creative, Collaborative Cultures @ADAMCONNOR |ADAM CONNOR | VP ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN & TRAINING
  2. Talent + Ideas != Success
  3. Culture
  4. Culture of innovation of creativity of empathy of design (thinking) of collaboration of learning
  5. Organizational Culture The shared set of beliefs that direct and influence how members of the organization behave and interact.
  6. Your organization already has a culture.
  7. “An organization’s ability to take advantage of design talent and creative ideas is directly proportional to its culture’s support or hinderance of the conditions needed for them to flourish.” Adam Connor The Good Looking Gentleman Currently Speaking
  8. “A bad system will beat a good person every time.” W. Edwards Demming Engineer, Professor, Author
  9. 1. Everyone is part of the creative process. 2. Collaboration does not negate the need for leadership and vision. 3. Before working together to solve a problem we must work together to understand it. 4. Learning is part of the process. 5 Beliefs of Collaborative, Creative Organizations 5. The process never ends. of many
  10. How do we change an organization’s culture?
  11. Understand the 3 systems.
  12. Rational / Formal System
  13. Natural / Adaptive System
  14. Open System
  15. Learn how to “find” organizational culture. http://www.graysharbortalk.com/2014/11/04/find-bigfoot-sasquatch-summit/
  16. Beliefs
  17. Values Beliefs
  18. Values BeliefsBehaviors
  19. Values BeliefsBehaviors Rituals
  20. Values BeliefsBehaviors Rituals Artifacts
  21. Values BeliefsBehaviors Rituals Artifacts
  22. Organizational Culture Structure & Roles Policies & Processes Communication & Language Tools & Materials Skills & Knowledge Physical Environment Incentives & Metrics
  23. Structure & Roles Tools & Materials Skills & Knowledge Communication & LanguagePhysical Environment Policies & Processes Incentives & Metrics
  24. Structure & Roles Tools & Materials Skills & Knowledge Communication & LanguagePhysical Environment Policies & Processes Incentives & Metrics
  25. Structure & Roles Tools & Materials Skills & Knowledge Communication & LanguagePhysical Environment Policies & Processes Incentives & Metrics
  26. Structure & Roles Tools & Materials Skills & Knowledge Communication & LanguagePhysical Environment Policies & Processes Incentives & Metrics
  27. Understand your influence. http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/just-twenty-nine-dominoes-could-knock-down-the-empire-state-building-2232941/
  28. Direct Influence
  29. Indirect / Partial Influence
  30. Viral Influence
  31. No matter what your position is, you have the ability to influence the culture around you. The simplest way to begin is to look for opportunities to build trust and ask questions.
  32. Infuse empathy.
  33. Design Business Development
  34. Use the design process. http://www.carynvainio.com/
  35. Envision Understand the future culture you intend to change towards. your current organizational culture.
  36. Dave Gray & Alex Osterwalder, http://xplaner.com/culturemap/ Culture Maps Journey Maps Tools for Discussing Beliefs & Behaviors
  37. Envision Identify Understand the future culture you intend to change towards. your current organizational culture. the opportunities and challenges between the two.
  38. Capability Motivation Opportunity Behavior COM-B Model Susan Mitchie et al (2011)
  39. Skills & Knowledge Communication & Language Tools Capability Motivation Opportunity Behavior Tools Physical Environment Policies & Processes Structure & Roles Incentives & Metrics Structure & Roles COM-B Model Susan Mitchie et al (2011)
  40. I’m supposed to I should vs
  41. Pre- contemplation Contemplation Preparation Action Maintenance Relapse Upward Spiral States of Change AKA: Transtheoretical Model of Change
  42. Envision Identify Understand the future culture you intend to change towards. your current organizational culture. the opportunities and challenges between the two. Select Analyze Generate and implement some of those ideas. ideas for potential changes to process, structure, roles, etc. and critique your implementation and it’s effect.
  43. Intentional culture change requires persistence, adaptation, and iteration.
  44. Talent + Ideas != Success
  45. Talent + Ideas = Success+ Culture
  46. “If we want to put our organizations in positions where they can make the most of their employees’ talent and ideas, we must make a conscious, focused effort to provide a culture that supports those beliefs and behaviors.” Adam Connor That Same Handsome Gent Again
  47. ThankYou!Adam Connor VP Organizational Design & Training @adamconnor aconnor@madpow.com madpow.com Boston, MA & Portsmouth, NH Discussing Design: Improving Communication And Collaboration Through Critique Available from O’Reilly Publishing and on Amazon Slides available at: slideshare.com/adamconnor

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