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February 14, 2020 31 min

Episode #003 - On Innovation (w/Stephen Shapiro)

  • Introduction
  • Question 1 - Why innovation? | Answer 1 - The enemy of innovation
  • Question 2 - What are the winning/losing behaviors of innovation? | Answer 2 - The fundamental shift in thinking about innovation
  • Question 3 - What is the default behavior for non-innovation? | Answer 3 - Brainstorming
  • Question 4 - What is the innovation “Promise Land”? | Answer 4 - Challenge-Centered Innovation
  • Question 5 - Is there a change in the politics of innovation? | Answer 5 - Yes & No
  • Question 6 - What’s a counterintuitive thing to innovation that companies are doing? | “Think outside the box”
  •  Three Levels of Innovation
  • Flipping Learning on Its Head
  • Testing as a Measuring Tool
  • Question 7 - What can trainers do to think better about their courses? | Answer 7 - Engagement & Deliverables
  • Closing Remarks 

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