Why are some organizations more innovative than others? How can we tap into, empower, and leverage the natural innovation within our organizations that is so vital to our future success?
Now more than ever, companies and institutions of all types and sizes are determined to create more innovative organizations. In study after study, leaders say that fostering innovation and the need for transformational change are among their top priorities. But they also report struggling with how to engage their cultures to implement the changes necessary to maximize their innovative targets.
In Innovation by Design, authors Thomas Lockwood and Edgar Papke share the results of their study of some of the world's most innovative organizations, including:
- The 10 attributes leaders can use to create and develop effective cultures of innovation.
- How to use design thinking as a powerful method to drive employee creativity and innovation.
- How to leverage the natural influence of the collective imagination to produce the "pull effect" of creativity and risk taking.
- How leaders can take the "Fifth Step of Design" and create their ideal culture.
Innovation by Design offers a powerful set of insights and practical solutions to the most important challenge for today's businesses--the need for relevant innovation.
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About the Author
Thomas Lockwood is the author/editor of the books Design Thinking, Corporate Creativity, and Building Design Strategy. He has a PhD in design management and is recognized as a thought leader at integrating design and innovation practice into business. He has produced 22 conferences about design leadership, lectured and led workshops in over 20 countries, and is a design adviser to numerous companies.
Edgar Papke is a student and teacher of leadership and the human art of business. He coaches and consults with leaders and their teams in a wide range of industries and institutions. Edgar is a globally recognized, award-winning speaker and author known for his authenticity and innovative approach. He is the author of True Alignment: Linking Company Culture to Customer Needs for Extraordinary Results, and has written extensively about conflict management and resolution. He has degrees in organizational psychology, international business administration, and the culinary arts. Edgar resides in Louisville, Colorado.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Better Innovation 9
Chapter 2 Design Thinking Organizations 21
Chapter 3 Collective Imagination and the Fifth Order of Design 35
Chapter 4 Designing Culture 43
Chapter 5 Culture Types 57
Chapter 6 Design Thinking at Scale 79
Chapter 7 The Pull Factor 97
Chapter 8 The Right Problems 113
Chapter 9 Culture Awareness 125
Chapter 10 Curious Confrontation 137
Chapter 11 Co-Creation 151
Chapter 12 Open Spaces 163
Chapter 13 Whole Communication 175
Chapter 14 Aligned Leadership 185
Chapter 15 Purpose 197
Conclusion: Looking Forward: Future Possibilities 207