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  Gave a study session for an MBA undergrad class The topics were innovation through space design, creative thinking, and cross-culture communication
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  • 1. STUDY SESSION IMBA 2016
  • 2. WHY ARE WE HERE TODAY? • I want you to raise the bar of excellence in this school, realize your objectives for joining the school, and be absolute rock stars in the real world. Before that day even comes, remember to pay it forward. All I ask of you and I hope it isn't too much to ask.
  • 3. SPACE DESIGN • As a means to prevent silos, bureaucracy, … • as a catalyst for innovation and creativity and productivity and efficiency
  • 4. DISCUSSION REFLECTION Reflect upon the way you communicate in groupwork This session is also about Self-Transformation • Cultural Intelligence • Communication Quotient
  • 5. 5 ENRIQUE VELEZ Digital Communications and Marketing Director JCE Japan Creative Enterprise Enrique has been sought out as a project leader, a communication coach, a corporate strategy adviser, to accelerate sustainable business growth and a happy productive workforce. He develops Communication and Cultural Intelligence in organizations. He is a Senior Partner at JCE Japan Creative Enterprise, a young and dynamic agency which helps corporate teams transform their business and manage their talent. As an integral member of organizational development, transformation initiatives, and inbound / outbound globalization strategies, mostly in terms of people development, Enrique changes mindsets to be open to cultural and gender diversity as well as to embrace technology as a tool to evolve communication. He has been called upon to help small medium and large companies in the domestic and international scene. Prior to his current role, Enrique was department head at ACT Systems, where he led a team of people development professionals to create complete corporate training and talent development programs for numerous companies. He also consulted on numerous digital marketing strategies, cross cultural communication programs, and diversity roundtable discussions. Enrique completed his MBA with the highest academic recognition from the Graduate School of Management, Globis University, certification from the Canadian Securities Institute, and a Specialized Honours Economics & Business Degree from York University in Toronto, Canada. Before moving to Tokyo, Japan in 2003, Enrique worked in commercial and private banking at HSBCʼs country HQ in Vancouver, Canada.
  • 6. GUIDELINES • We will have interactive session. You will speak with each other. I will assess it and give honest feedback. I will highlight the brilliant things each of you say. I will add if I can. We will all make this amazing. • For your pre-tasks: • A. Please confirm that you have done the 16 personalities test • B. Please confirm that you have tried a few of the brain twisters
  • 7. DISCUSS, TOGETHER, CONSENSUS
  • 8. DISCUSS, TOGETHER, CONSENSUS
  • 9. DISCUSS, TOGETHER, CONSENSUS
  • 10. ANALYZING CREATIVITY?? HARNESSING CREATIVITY!!
  • 11. BALANCED THINKING
  • 12. Business innovation has as its heart individual creativity, but of course creativity harnessed to good purpose. Creativity itself might be defined as playful action where the person involved is particularly observant to development in meaning. As Wheatley puts it “Every change, every burst of creativity, begins with the identification of a problem or opportunity that somebody finds meaningful” – M. Wheatley
  • 13. GROUP DISCUSSIONS Silicon Valley is often referred to as the birthplace of hundreds of innovations. A. What makes Silicon Valley so special? B. Why can't it be replicated? C. Contrast Japan and Silicon Valley
  • 14. FIVE FACTOR KSF THEORY 1. Lean startups and the decreasing cost of starting a business 2. Smartphones and the consumer lifestyle changes 3. The rise of lean hardware 4. The increasing number of corporate accelerators 5. Increase in immigration activity and remote work Tak Miyata (General Partner, Scrum Ventures) Early Stage Venture Capitalist Curated from the Sasakawa – Stanford Conference January2015
  • 15. MODERN DAY CREATIVITY APPLICATION 1. Space Design 2. Leadership 3. Cross-culture Communication NEXT: COMMON CREATIVITY FRAMEWORKS
  • 16. BRENNAN’S IMAGINATION HIERARCHY
  • 17. INNOVATIVE EXAMPLES – KSF?
  • 18. SILICON VALLEY = CREATIVITY’S GRAVEYARD • ‘‘Outsiders think of Silicon Valley as a success story, but in truth it is a graveyard. Failure is Silicon Valley’s greatest strength. Every failed product or enterprise is a lesson stored in the collective memory of the country. We not only don’t stigmatize failure, sometimes we even admire it. Venture capitalists actually like to see a little failure in the resumes of entrepreneurs.’’ -- Mike Malone, Author
  • 19. LEADERSHIP MODULE
  • 20. TASK: FRENCH AND JAPANESE LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT http://www.crossculture.com/uncategorized/6-leadership-styles-around-the-world-to-build-effective- multinational-teams/
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