Reports from Innovation in Action 2017

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More than 200 innovation leaders & practitioners joined up in small and focused workshops held by Astra Zeneca, Volvo Cars, CGI, Googol, RISE & Stora Enso. All were there to meet with the purpose of sharing knowledge and of course meeting peers in a setting full of trust.

The evening of October 24 was the evening of our gala dinner and One Wish Award. The afternoons brought time to engage with each other, inspiration, thought leaders as well as a special workshop by Umeå municipality on the future city and how old fashioned gaming can be a way of innovating.

Report of the Panel discussion with Bankgirot Jeanette Jäger and Hertz Niklas Siljeblad

Report of the Umeå Workshop

Umeå Presentation Gaming Rules

Umeå Workshop Swedish Gaming Rules

One Wish Award – Just Arrived

Superhero Shahrzad KiavashWhat an amazing story teller you are Shahrzad. We recommend anyone to take part of your story. You brought us laughter and tears. Thank you!

Innovation Keynote Surviving the Future by Alf Rehn. Alf is recognized by Thinkers50 as one of the 30 management thinkers most likely to shape the future. Alf is the Professor of Innovation, Design, and Management at the University of Southern Denmark, sits on numerous boards of directors, and is in addition a bestselling author and a strategic advisor for everything from hot new startups to Fortune 500-companies.

Below you will find reports and presentations from the workshops

Volvo Cars - Stay Ahead and Plan for the Future

As an automotive company we face great changes and want to share how we work with our future challenges with you.
In this workshop we worked with uncertainties through scenario planning. We also worked with future scenarios affecting both technical, business and user needs in different directions and address how to make strategies given a particular future will happen.

Volvo Cars Presentation from the Workshop

Report of the Volvo Cars Workshop

Read More about the workshop here

Googol - iPM Challenge

Report of the Googol Workshop

iPM Challenge is about placing your bets to create the optimum future product portfolio. By using different canvases you get several overviews enabling you to make informed decisions. We offer a dynamic method to identify, access, share, and create knowledge in an organization, with the aim to help the organization to compete by being more innovative, effective, and thus more profitable.

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RISE - Accelerate Your Speed to Market Through Innovation Partnerships

Report of the RISE Workshop

Presentation pt 1

Presentation pt 2

Get an insight in how an Innovation Partnership may be formed by working together around some concrete selected cases.The innovation management framework will be used as a basis for the work and design thinking methods will be used as a method. By the end of the workshop there the results will be scrutinized and the pro’s and con’s discussed jointly.

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Stora Enso - How to Build and Maintain Innovation strategy to Surviving the Future

Report of the Stora Enso Workshop

Stora Ensos own Highlights and Takeaways

Stora Ensos presentations

How can we move faster by elevating the organization in terms of talents and abilities to enhance collaboration and more efficient ways of working? How can we strengthen the innovative culture to a next level where the culture itself beats the strategy? How can we commercialize new transformative technologies faster and more efficiently?

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CGI - Moral and Ethical Aspects of Artificial Intelligence

Report of the CGI Workshop

Roleplay workshop method

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to be one of the greatest changes in humanity since we evolved from homo sapiens. In this workshop we will work with the moral and ethical aspects of AI. How should we relate to AI in society when it suddenly takes decisions that were previously taken by a person who can be directly life-determining or who can remove 50% of the jobs we have today.

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Conny Svensson Head of Digital Transformation @CGI Sverige comments the workshop:

“The role play method turned out even better than we had hoped for. This was the first time we had used it, but we have been thinking about this method for years and Innovation in Action was the perfect place to test it, especially with the theme of Surviving the future where AI was a perfect story to use for this. We learnt so much when developing this workshop, both around AI but also on how to frame complex questions, how to make interesting characters, how to build a believable story. We have so many more ideas on how to make this method even better and where currently discussing with a couple of companies from Inovation in Action how we can use this in their organisation, but also some other companies that didn’t attend.
The first day we witnessed some small things that we saw we could improve on, we also received some great feedback so that we could make the second day even better and it was of course an honor to receive the award for the best workshop on the second day. But what was even more pleasing was seeing how people really got into their characters, developed side stories and just bursted out in laughs in the discussions. So in the end I was most pleased with a scoring of 9.2 out of 10 on the fun scale. If you’re having fun your learn better and you create new experiences that you will remember and take away with you. Please check out the included presentation if you’re interested in having fun and doing a role play in your organisation.”

Astra Zeneca - Promoting Innovation through People

Report of the Astra Zeneca Workshop

Presentation From the Workshop

‘The view that good ideas are rarer and more valuable than good people is rooted in a misconception of creativity’

This workshop will raise awareness on what it takes to get talented people to be creative in their work. Aim is to create new ideas around what is important for people and organizations to be creative.

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We believe that innovation happens when people and organizations meet. We aim for insights, networking and input for future innovation strategies. We will see people push boundaries and think in new ways to create new services and products in a fast changing environment into the future.

One of our firm beliefs and core values is that innovation is driven by diversity. We aim to have a balance of gender, origin and various industries and organisational forms represented at our meetings. We also strive to give you, your organization and society long lasting value.

Our Dialogue Leaders & Key Note Speakers

Shahrzad Kiavash
Alf Rehn

Our 40th Tankmeeting #4-2017 – The Entrepreneurial state – How Government Agencies are Taking the Lead on Innovative Recruitment

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Myndigheten för Delaktighet and Arbetsförmedlingen will be hosting this workshop on innovative recruitment

If reaching the site through a handheld device. Registration link is at the bottom.

In 2016 Arbetsförmedlingen started to work with innovation as a tool to meet the current and upcoming challenges of Sweden. The work has been unorthodox for an Government agency in working with theatre, hackathons with Spotify, open data, virtual reality, artificial intelligence and building an innovation culture.

Before you join us for the meeting prepare by answering this question for yourself. What is innovative recruitment to you?

During the Tankmeeting at Arbetsförmedlingen we will work with an innovative way of recruiting, and search for competence in places where you normally wouldn’t look. One approach is to turn the tables:

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In the Tank meeting the participants will learn about the strategies and tools that Arbetsförmedlingen in cooperation with other government agencies are working with, and the challenges that public sector and society are facing.

The participants will contribute to and learn about how Arbetsförmedlingen, companies and society can innovate for a social sustainable development of recruitment. The workshop will be conducted by the innovation team at Arbetsförmedlingen and Myndigheten för Delaktighet.

One of our firm beliefs and core values is that innovation is driven by diversity. We aim to have a balance of gender, origin and various industries and organisational forms represented at our meetings.

Myndigheten för Delaktighet

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Initiators Only –  Initiator board meeting.

Initiator – Be sure to join us!

Time: 16-19

Address: Hälsingegatan 38 Stockholm

Agenda: New Chairperson to be announced

Agenda 2018 to be finalized

1930-2130 (approx) Dinner

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Initiators and active members  – Workshop day – Tank meeting

Address: Hälsingegatan 45, Stockholm

08:30 Coffee

08:55 Start of Day!

1145 Lunch

16:15 End of Day

Recommended accomodation:

Elite Palace Hotel or First Hotel Norrtull

Our 39th Tankmeeting #3-2017 – Innovation Beyond 2020 Alfa Laval

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Alfa Laval lead us on a journey into the future beyond todays products and services using Story Telling

Now is the time to register for Innovation in Action! Workshops are filling up fast!

Find the report & presentations at the bottom.

Telling stories has been part of us since the beginning of time. One of the most important stories you have is your corporate history and vision. This will impact on your success.

A story isn’t always a timeline, it’s a gathering of moments, lessons learned, motivation, frustration, and success.

It might not come easy to tell stories, but as with any tool, with practice it can both make and brake what you do.

When people invest in you – they are investing in your story. How people perceive your story will influence how they will interact and be your ambassadors into the future.

Once you’re able to convincingly deliver a story that reaches the Amygdala part of the brain , you will be able to connect in a way that growth charts and hockey sticks never will.

Effective storytelling captures the hearts and minds of your target audience.  It makes your innovations stand out above the rest.

During this workshop day we were taken on a historical trip from 1883 where Alfa Laval has its roots to where they are today and into the future.

If Alfa Laval is committed to win instead of playing not to lose, how do they create the best possible conditions for the next products or business models by using story telling.

We set out to find how you can implement the same strategy in your own organization.

Participants had the opportunity to share their point of view and were given insights and methods to bring home.

Our host Peter Thorwid of Alfa Laval comments the day:

“The story telling workshop became very successful from Alfa Laval’s horizon. The final presentations, six well-known stories about The New Alfa Disc, all six will be useful. They can be used as good and less good examples of storytelling techniques, but also in continued work with performance-related innovations within Alfa Laval’s product groups, not just for the Separators.

The involvement of the participants was particularly exciting to see, perhaps the fantastic framing of Hamra Gård contributed to this. Imagine getting together in the same building as the best R & D cows in the world, both eyesight and scent touched us. The visits in the other barns were also very rewarding.

We were able to showcase some of Swedens industrial history, DeLavals Hamra Farm with Alfa Laval’s Separator Technique. Only that is a story in itself.

Now I look forward to Innovation in Action where we will meet again in sharing knowledge and insights. Have you registered your participation?”

// Peter Thorwid

One of Innovation Pioneers firm beliefs and core values is that innovation is driven by diversity. We aim to have a balance of gender, origin and various industries and organisational forms represented at our meetings.

Storytelling by Bengt Järrehult at Alfa Laval

Storytelling Innovation Pioneers at Alfa Laval Report

Alfdex Presentation

AlfaWall Presentation

Partner content from Innovation Leader. Why Lowes Innovation Lab hired sci fi writers to guide its strategy. Find how to get two weeks of complimentary Innovation Leader content here.

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Initiators Only –  Initiator board meeting.

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Initiators and active members  – Workshop day – Tank meeting

Location:
Loftet, Hamra Gård, De Laval.

Start of day at Alfa Laval 08:45

Accommodation: Alfa Laval recommends Prince Philip (Oxholmsgränd 2, Skärholmen, 08-6802500) which is 550 meters from subway Skärholmen.

Our 38th Tankmeeting #2-2017 – Disruptive Scenarios. Exploring the Perfect Storm

2017-05-09Read more »
Join Googol in this disruptive workshopday

Disruptive Scenarios

The purpose of the workshop was to explore and experience different methods on how to create future scenarios. Throughout the day, the participants were divided into smaller groups to share insights, thoughts and experiences. Find the take aways, description of the method used and report below.

Report

Report from the tank meeting with added suggested readings to further deepen your knowledge here.

Presentation

Disruptive Scenario Planning Innovation Pioneers

Description of the day at Googol.

Scenario planning – the link between future and strategy.

Strategies should be based on what you may foresee the future holds. Planning for the most likely scenario, while still being agile enough to change when change inevitably happens, should be core for most companies.

During this Tank Meeting in May, hosted by Googol, you learned about five different methods on how to create plausible future scenarios, each method having its advantages. In workshops we dove deeper into one of them.

One of Innovation Pioneers firm beliefs and core values is that innovation is driven by diversity. We aim to have a balance of gender, origin and various industries and organisational forms represented at our meetings.

Sign Up for Innovation in Action 24-25/10 Now

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Initiators Only –  Initiator board meeting.

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Initiators and active members  – Workshop day – Tank meeting

 

Our 37th Tankmeeting #1-2017 – Blockchain a digital disruptor – a revolution in how we buy services.

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This Tank Meeting introduced the CGI Digital Day Methodology, which aims at increasing awareness by experiencing the power of industry disruption.
The digital day methodology helps people get insights in an area where disruption is close in any and every industry.

The aim of the tank meeting was to explore different perspectives of Blockchain through role-play and scenario acceleration. We focused on the Blockchain revolution which is on its way, and we wanted the participants to experience this as we invited some organizations to this journey.  One conclusion all participants agreed upon was that blockchain will affect you and your business.

Learning & Insights

Report
Find the report from the tank meeting here.

The CGI / Innovation Pioneers webinar on April 6
Report from webinar in pdf.
Play recording from webinar. 50 minutes. (You may need to download webex app to be able to listen in)

Comment during the webinar.
Q: Do we need to replace our existing processes?
A: No, do a hybrid, find the intersections with the “old way” and blockhain. Create a roadmap how to gradually implement blockchain to your process by testing and prototyping.

Web & Video
Princeton University Free Course: Intro to Crypto and crypto currencies 

Two Recommended Ted Talks

Introduction to Ethereum
Highlevel, Hashing & Merkeltrees
Understanding the Ethereum Blockchain Protocol

Podcast
The Ether Review (more technical)
Unchained (more business oriented)

Examples on implemented blockchain.
Maersk

Literature (mostly business oriented)
The Business Blockchain, by William Mougayar

The Blockchain Revolution, by Don Tapscott

A pdf in Swedish on the subject. Written by David Bauman, Pontus Lindblom and Claudia Olsson and released by Näringslivspolitiskt Forum here.

Swedish Government agency Lantmäteriet on blockchain as a technical solution for real estate transactions found here.

Ted Talk

Innovation Pioneers Report on our 36th Tankmeeting #4-2016 Success factors for Big and Small to Cooperate and Collaborate to create Innovation

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The first tank meeting 2017 on the topic Blockchain. The question is not if Blockchain will affect you and your organization. It is, HOW it will affect you. More information here.

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5/12 Initiators Only –  Initiator board meeting.

Initator meeting Agenda

15:00-16:00

Thule Group: Passion for innovation-driven growth. This was a presentation and dialouge on how Thule changed their Innovation Culture lead by Magnus Welander CEO of Thule Group.

8 take aways from Magnus presentation. Thules Culture Change.

  • Know your history and tell it.
  • Use your strengths more. In Thules case. Scale down to be able to scale up.
  • Be engaged in the world around you and do it passionately.
  • Dare to pause and look at the future.
  • Follow favorable trends and take logical leaps in your visions direction.
  • Capture emotions and build for long term growth.
  • Dare to invest and dream
  • Build on continous joy and motivation

Presentation found here.

16:00-19:00
Setting the agenda for Innovation in Action 2017.

19-21:30
Initiator Dinner

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6/12 Initiators and active members  – Workshop day – Tank Meeting

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Together with AstraZeneca we discussed new methods and ways for large and small organizations to collaborate and cooperate.

Find the report from the tank meeting here.

We started with the eight types of Asymmetric Collaboration  – Find Prof. Bengt Järrehults full presentation here. And Bengts how to select partners, deepen your engagement with startups and a summary on how to make asymmetric collaborations deliver on innovation here.

After that we used the BioVentureHub in Mölndal as one example of how to do this.
Find CEO Magnus BJörsnes presentation here.

The Bio Hub is AstraZeneca’s contribution to a more dynamic and competitive life science ecosystem in Scandinavia. A new business model of adding value & reducing risks. Our discussion started here and expanded into the participants industries.t the Mölndal site Astra Zeneca opens up their offices, laboratory space and facilities to academic groups and biotech companies that could benefit from AstraZeneca’s corporate R&D infrastructure and R&D competence. How does Astra Zeneca align high calibre academic groups to the AstraZeneca strategy, and biotech companies that could gain competitive advantage by tapping into their expertise.

AstraZenecas BioVentureHub lead by CEO Magnus Björsne is a new business model for the life science industry as it adds value by allowing companies and academic groups within the BioVentureHub to operate at a lower cost base, by utilizing the AstraZeneca capabilities, know-how and infrastructure.

There is a huge value base within pharma and the BioVentureHub introduces novel mechanisms for its utilisation. The BioVentureHub business model enables true win-win constructions for all parties involved: the company/academic group, its investors and AstraZeneca.

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Workshopledare

Magnus Björsne
Bengt Järrehult
Annika Rutgersson
Matti Ahlqvist
Mats Sundgren
Sanja Beyowich
Leif Schweitz

Innovation in Action 2016 – Beyond Ideation – on the 8-9/11 2016

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2017s first tank meeting. Our 37th Blockchain..

Beyond Ideation – As the leading symposium on innovation in Sweden, we aimed our focus at the valuable steps towards commercialization. This was the seventh consecutive year of sharing routes to increased innovation capabilities.

We focused on what happens after the ideation phase. How you bring your solution towards value creation. We carefully selected what topics we addressed and who lead the workshops and afternoons dialogues. Those selected are experts in their area and willing to share their knowledge.

Find take aways from our thought leaders here.

Don´t miss the offer from our content partner Innovation Leader. $100 off the annual membership fee. Use the code: action100

Reports & Reflections

One Wish Award, IM & Humanium

Read what the Washington Post writes about Humanium Nov. 17 here.

Members, join us in fulfilling The One Wish

Participant reflections:

Neda Nordin

Jacob Westerlund

 

WS 1: Ten Types/Areas of Innovation

We elaborated around the insights, strategies and activities that actually have your organization combine types and areas of innovation that deliver higher rate of value creation. This was the workshop for you that wish to increase margins, customer satisfaction and market penetration with your portfolio.

Workshop material found here.

Workshop report found here.

Quotes from the workshop:

“The result from the method was clear and it makes it easy to compare yourself to other companies.”

Jörgen Lundberg, Valmet AB

“You quickly became very creative.”

Isabell Oskarsson, Volvo Cars

 

Workshop Leaders Ten Types/Areas of Innovation

Dr Bengt Järrehult
Gittan Schiöld

WS 2: Avoid the Void

Many firms fail in bringing an often valuable portfolio of opportunities to the project and ultimately solution phase. This workshops focus is on bridging the void “where great ideas die due to lack of decision and resources”. Experiences were shared and tools taught and developed. Focus was also on putting more traction behind the portfolio and delivering better idea/project ratios.

Find the workshop material here.

Workshop report found here.

Participant reflections:

Neda Nordin

Workshop Leaders Avoid the Void

Sven Andrén
Shirine Bauer

WS 3: Create a HYPE

Creating a hype, it’s about connecting to fans.

In this workshop we started from the fact that you already have a great product/service. You have created a “WOW” but how to create a pull from the market was adressed. Aim is to find how to generate fans.

We tried different models for this and got deep insights on how matters such as customer involvement can influence the whole process.

Workshop report found here.

Reflections from Klas Bertilsson found here.

Quotes from the workshop:

“Everything is about stories. We should be better at sharing the stories of others, and encourage others to share our stories.”

Linda Fredell, Sqore

“Sweden is an engineering country. We are spoiled with our access to great resources and large industries. Working more with customer engagement is exactly what we need – it will have the greatest impact on our corporate culture.”

Bo Olsson, IKEM

Workshop Leaders Create a HYPE

Anne JM Norman
Jessica Bondesson
Cecilia Andrén Nyström

WS 4: Time to market - Leapfrogging the commercial process

To bring higher rate of return at a faster pace, you can decrease time to market through Design Thinking. Topics included were; What happens when we transfer ownership between different project holders? Can we secure the drive, love and ambition behind the vision? How do we implement design thinking, rather than just hear and dream about it. What actual benefits will we have from it?

Workshop report found here.

Team Videos: 

Quotes from the workshop:

 

 “Prototyping encourages constructive and fun interactions while giving tangible outputs. I am a fan and the POP tool looks cool.”

Hubert Smurawa, Oriflame Cosmetic

 

“Paper and tape is under rated, to develop prototypes is an excellent possibility and opportunity to quickly realize an idea and make it more tangible.”

Erik Näf, Absolut Vodka

 

“Prototyping enables quick feedback and fast solutions.”

 “Building on each other’s ideas by prototyping is a quick and powerful tool.”

 “Direct feedback with a physical prototype helps speeding up the process instead of talking and talking.”

 “App development will give different results than Powerpoints”

 “Making the film was a great tool to make an idea more concrete”

 

Workshop Leaders Time to market - Leapfrogging the commercial process

Ellen Sundh
Ulrika Ewerman

WS 5: How Entrepreneurship Brings Better Innovation Capabilities

This workshops focus was around entrepreneurial activities and behavior in large organizations and how collaboration between large-small, slow-fast and mature-novel firms can take place and methods to accomplish this.

We looked at corporate venturing, collaborative methods, science parks and incubators and how to work with these.

We talked about conversions of fans into ambassadeurs and alike topics. We had visiting examples and nota bene, this was a workshop, not a lecture, so we expect the room to be a large part of the content provision and finding methods and tools for creating value, as always at Innovation In Action.

6 minutes of Virtual Reality with Dariush Ghatan found here.

Workshop report found here.

The workshop participants are post Innovation in Action in an ongoing task with material that will be published here.

Participant Reflections:

Neda Nordin

Workshop Leaders How Entrepreneurship Brings Better Innovation Capabilities

Magnus Lundin
Dariush Ghatan
Björn Larsson - Zoomability

Meet the Thought Leaders

Åsa Caap is a Stockholm based intrapreneur, founder & CEO of Our/Vodka. She will give us the answer to if it is possible to drive innovation as a startup in a global company and how to establish a world wide brand that will be marketed and produced locally.
Åsas presentation found here.

Pär Larshans told us about his experience in building an extreme fan base. How to turn fans into customers and customers into fans. This based on the work and the launch of the sustainability work at MAX. We also heard about how Pär uses these experiences in Ragn Sells where he works as CSO.
Pärs post Innovation in Action Reflections:
“The largest cooperation’s fears the smallest companies if the competition includes sustainability and a strong value based engagement. The success in future business you will find in the challenges that society face – if you can address them, it will work as an power boost for your innovation. The Innovation pioneers arena gives energy as well as inspiration, but the most important are network and contacts you will need as a pioneer.”
Pärs presentation found here.

Johan Ronnestam is one of Sweden’s leading authority in the field of creative and conceptual thinking, and skill of innovating brands and communication. Johan (Follow @insta) will lead and involve us in a dialogue on how to take us from the WOW to the commercialization.

Elin Elkehag – Stilla shared her story of how she built a hardware startup from an idea to a patent pending product in 100 days and involved us in a dialogue on how to involve fans and customers in the launch and commercialization of a product through crowdfunding.

Filistin & Amjad Aloul – The Forgotten 280 Billion

– The power of purchase among the immigrant groups in sweden.

Meet Amjad and Filistin Aloul from Crossborder Communication. They identify the needs and consumption habits among the immigrant groups in Sweden. They will show us hidden facts that involve huge commercialization opportunities for many companies and organizations.

Humanium the worlds most valuable metal. 

There are more than 500 million illegal guns in the world. As a result, someone is shot and killed every minute.

Humanium is a new material made of recycled metal from weapons destruction programs. The metal is melted and molded into certified units, and is now made available for commercial production.

Join us in a conversation with Randall Wright  on entrepreneurship and innovation as well as get an understanding on what MIT ILP is. What it takes to engage with the ILP and what the benefits of collaborating with ILP are.

The MIT Industrial Liaison Program (ILP) established 1948 is dedicated to creating and strengthening mutually beneficial relationship between MIT and corporations worldwide.

Björn Larsson of Zoomability

A Free Mind in Motion – The Zoomability Story – How would you recruit a pioneer?

Björn illustrated the challenges during the commercialization process that occured when having a disruptive solution that did not fit in the “usual” channels and models of distribution. This while going Beyond Ideation.

Åsa Caap
Pär Larshans
Susanna Bill
Johan Ronnestam
Filistin Aloul
Amjad Aloul
Randall Wright
Björn Larsson
Elin Elkehag
Humanium

Innovation in Action 2015

Take Aways and Experiences of MIT and Boston with Innovation Pioneers

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Take Aways and Experiences of MIT and Boston with Innovation Pioneers

Take Aways, Articles and Reports

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This event was by special invitation only and was fully booked.

Take aways and visual content of the trip to Boston Full  L a r g e  presentation with found here:
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Above presentation split up in smaller parts found below:

Overview and takeaways
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Day 1 at Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship and MIT ILP
Presentation: day-1-at-martin-trust-center-for-mit-entrepreneurship-and-mit-ilp

Here is the Silicon Cowboys movie that was recommended by Bill Aulet as a true David vs Goliath Tech Tale.

Here you may find the article by Randall Wright of MIT ILP on
How to Get the Most From University Relationships.

Day 2 at MIT Media Lab
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Presentation: day-2-at-mit-media-lab

Day 3 CIC
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Presentation: day-3-cic


Partner content from InnovationLeader

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See details of partnership and offer here.

Participants reports and articles

Martin Högenberg and CGI´s reflections and take aways from the trip may be found here.

Article written by Klas Bertilsson found below:

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MIT

Corporate Entrepreneurship. How is it structured and what does it deliver? How do you build new ventures within large organizations? Guided by professionals we took on a journey in this subject.

We started the morning at 10 am by meeting Senior lecturer and Managing Director of Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship William Aulet who in addition to his work at MIT works with individuals and companies to become more successful through innovation-driven entrepreneurship. From single entrepreneurs trying to launch new ventures all the way up to large multi-billion dollar corporations seeking to achieve their goals through entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, and innovation.

We were also be joined by Sarah Jane Maxted who is the Executive Director for the MIT Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program (MIT REAP). This hands-on initiative is designed to help regional leaders accelerate economic growth and job creation through innovation-driven entrepreneurship. This 2-year program for global regions educates, engages, and enables regional teams in the development and execution of a well-designed acceleration strategy focused on entrepreneurial activity.

Afternoon

At 2 pm we met with Randall Wright of MIT ILP to have a dialogue on entrepreneurship and innovation as well as get an understanding on what MIT ILP is. What it takes to engage with the ILP and what the benefits of collaborating with ILP are.

The MIT Industrial Liaison Program (ILP) established 1948 is dedicated to creating and strengthening mutually beneficial relationship between MIT and corporations worldwide.

Mr Michael Schrage joined us to discuss the topic of “Who do you want your customers to become”.
Mr Schrage is a Research Fellow at the MIT Center for Digital Business and the department of Initiative on the Digital Economy

Together with Prof. Maria C Yang we had a dialogue on the process of Design.
Prof Yang is the Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Systems at the MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering.

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MIT Media Lab

MIT shared how the Media Lab is built up, their main principles and how the system with their partnership with companies and organisations is working. Why is Media Lab so attractive, what does it take to be a member and what do the partners say about their collaboration with the Lab? What are the challenges and what is important to organize for in order to benefit from the partnership? These are questions we will be able to address to the representatives for the Lab. We will also be able to see some of the interesting work which takes place in the many multidisciplinary research teams at the Lab.

At the lab we were presented with the below agenda:

1. Welcome & Overview MIT Media Lab by Ryan McCarthy
2. Tour of the Media Lab & discussion of research in the various groups
3. Discussion of engagement options with MIT Media Lab
3. Lunch and follow up discussion in group

MIT Media Lab at a Glance

Quorius on the Media Lab. Read their FAQ.

Dinner

Arranged by Innovation Pioneers at:
Legal Sea Foods Long Wharf

Long Wharf

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Visit to CIC Boston and Post Meeting Discussions in the afternoon

Morning:

Meeting with Managing Director Stas Gayshan and visit to CIC Boston. We engaged in a dialogue on entrepreneurship, collaborative models and how large and small organizations meet.

Afternoon:
Joint dialogue on what the benefits and key take aways of a University collaboration can be.

Location and address CIC Boston

End of afternoon session was at 4.30pm

Innovation Pioneers Report on our 35th Tankmeeting #3-2016 Exponential Thinking Workshop

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Go from exploration to prototype in just a few hours

6/9 Initiators
Shiptour :13:45-15:00
Initiator board meeting 16-19

7/9 Initiators and Active members
08:30-16:15
Hosted by Stena

 

 

 

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Initiator Meeting at Stena

Initiators on 6/9, Preparations of 2017 agenda

Shiptour : 13:45-15:00

Initiator board meeting 16-19

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Exponential Thinking Workshop

In our 35th Tank Meeting we explored the theory and practice around prototyping and exponential thinking without making it complex.  How to go from exploration of a topic to prototyping it in just a few hours.

Innovation Pioneers and Stenas focus in this tank meeting was to understand why striving for  exponential thinking 10X  is not ten times harder, but maybe 1024 times more worth it. Learn why incremental and linear is not safe at all, and how exponential thinking is the best way to mitigate risk.

Normally we think in linear steps but the world is changing exponentially. What if your steps instead of being 1, 2, 3, 4, 5..10 would be 1, 2, 4, 8, 16…1024.

We explored the theory around exponential thinking and why it is important for your company. Participants had the opportunity to practically test the theory in a workshop.

Active members signed up with 1 person from each organization.

Documentation and Reports

Innovation Pioneers gathered findings and report.
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Stenas morning presentation:
Innovation pioneers goes 10X with the help of Stena

Stena in Brief

10XLabs Material from the workshop:
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Partner content from Innovation Leader:
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See details of partnership and offer here.

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Accomodation

Book early

Hotel Riverton, 031 750 10 40.

Contact Innovation Pioneers info@innovationpioneers.net for a discount code.

 

Workshopleaders

Niclas Ingeström
Annika Elfström
Tobias Tolf

The magic of collaborative prototyping and lean discovery

Find a new article by Neda Nordin with summarized take aways on collaborative prototyping and lean discovery in our report section of the event.