1 Innovation Culture Mapping Best Practices
This session is for leaders serious about strategically creating a culture of growth and innovation. It covers how to build an environment that embraces positive change management for sustainable and purpose-driven innovation. The sessions are based around using an immersive simulation designed to help teams explore the organization’s strategic positioning. Using the original ‘Dynamic Polar Positioning’ (DPoP) model, this simulation identifies current and desired states to look at the big picture and map the organization’s capabilities and gaps. The simulation has a memorable engaging global challenge theme, where participants are required to visit different regions around the world to explore and map case studies of innovative cultures, countries & companies (best practices). This results in identifying key qualities can then be brought back to the organization, with the end output being: to establish a strategic sustainable innovative path with implementable action plans.
The Innovation Culture Mapping is recommended to:
- Identify and navigate the 4-key innovation ‘Paradox Pairs’ that can block or enable growth through the ‘Dynamic Polar Positioning’ (DPoP) ’ tool and apply them at work (global best practices).
- Provide a strategic implementable plan/road map and practical tool for sustainable innovation, with action plans and behavior modification strategies.
- Recognize and then deal with the typical tensions in organizations related to growth and change.
- Determine the best path ahead for individuals and their teams in order to remain open to growth and sustainable innovation.
Each of the 4 Paradox pairs (4 modules) cycles through the following stages:
- Destinations (best practices) – Dynamic Polar Positioning Research Mapping
- Checklist – Current and desired states of innovation readiness
- Applications – How to lead a culture of innovation and navigate change