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<ul><li><p>Promote Innovation in a Team Environment - BSBINN301A Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>Session objectivesThis presentation aims to introduce learners to Innovation within a work team environment.</p><p> Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>Purpose of this presentationIn this session, you will learn about:What is Innovation &amp; Problem SolvingOpportunities for Innovation/Improvement What procedures/Methods &amp; ideas can we use to help Innovation (Brainstorming etc..) </p><p> Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>Purpose of this presentationIn this session, you will learn about:Rules/Guidelines of working in a TeamHow does feedback help Innovation (Internal &amp; External)Plan Do Check Act (PDCA)Evaluating Innovative Solutions/Ideas </p><p> Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>What is Innovation/Problem Solving? Innovation &amp; Problem Solving go hand in hand:Innovation can be described as a new idea, device or process. It is the application of better solutions that meet new requirements &amp; needs in a more effective or efficient way. Innovative ideas are new original solutions to know problems &amp; can change the way we do business. </p><p>Examples might include: Microsoft Windows changed modern computers forever. Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>What is Innovation?</p><p>Innovation in a Team Involves: The combination of Brainstorming/Reflection Outlining your Problem A Defined Leader &amp; Team Ground rules (how you will work together) </p><p> Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>What is Innovation?Innovation in a Team Involves: Clear communication &amp; Delegation of different tasks &amp; responsibilitiesTrust &amp; Accountability (Treating everyone fairly, including their ideas &amp; contributions)A good mix of backgrounds &amp; different skill levels. </p><p> Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>Procedures to Help InnovateInnovation in a Team Involves: Reflection (when, where, why &amp; how)Brainstorming (Putting ideas &amp; discussion down on paper)No idea is wrong or at least worthy of investigation.</p><p> Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>Procedures to Help InnovateInnovation in a Team Involves: Clear communication &amp; Delegation of different tasks &amp; responsibilitiesTrust &amp; Accountability (Treating everyone fairly, including their ideas &amp; contributions)A good mix of backgrounds &amp; different skill levels (everyone can bring a different/fresh viewpoint) </p><p> Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>Rules/Guideline &amp; Feedback Innovation in a Team Involves: Following Company Policy &amp; Procedure (Internal) Following Legislation &amp; Ethical procedures (External)A Defined Leader &amp; Team Ground rules (how you will work together) What does the market say? Trial &amp; Error (Continuous Improvement) </p><p> Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>Why Innovations can FailSome common reasons for Ideas that fail are:Not being flexible/adaptable to change?? Insufficient planning/Brainstorming &amp; New ideasRisks are not managed (Locus of Control) Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>Why Innovations can FailSome common reasons for Ideas that fail are:Issues are not managed (Failure to see problems/feedback)Poor communication (Internal &amp; External) Lack of commitment and responsibility by stakeholders/team members Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>Why is Feedback Important Feedback &amp; Innovation:Feedback is there all the time (Internal &amp; External)Feedback is just another word for Effective Listening (Relevant to all stakeholders) Feedback is an opportunity to Motivate (Leaders/Managers can use this to motivate &amp; encourage &amp; is part of constructive communication) </p><p> Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>Why is Feedback Important Feedback &amp; Innovation:Feedback is essential to performance (Used to measure output) Feedback is a way to keep learning (Continuous Improvement) </p><p> Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>What is PDCA?Plan Do Check Act: Peter Hornhardt (2015) Continuous Improvement: Is an ongoing effort to improve products, services or processes. </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li><li><p>How can you ensure Innovative Success?Collaborating with Staff &amp; Stakeholders Analyzing the market &amp; changing needsListening to feedback (Internal/External) Building a trusted environment for ideas to be shared/growWilling to take Calculated Risks Continuous Improvement </p><p> Peter Hornhardt (2015) </p><p> 2009 Innovation &amp; Business Industry Skills Council Ltd.</p></li></ul>