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This video relates to Learning Objective 6-1. Learn more on page 166.
Steve Jobs was the mind behind Apple. Consider his secrets of success as you look at ways to be a part of a positive change process.
- How can you do what you love to do, no matter what it happens to be?
- How can you put a dent in the universe?
- What areas in your life can you say no?
- Is there a healthy way to kick-start your brain?
- Do you have an idea to sell dreams, not products?
- What way can you create an insanely great experience?
- What would it take for you to master the message?
This video relates to Learning Objective 6-2. Learn more on page 170.
The Creative Problem Solving Institute holds an annual conference and here is one of their advertising videos to model what they do.
- Why is creativity the engine of innovation?
- Explain some experiences that you have had with a keynote presentation on change.
- Do you consider yourself a change leader? Why, or why not?
This video relates to Learning Objective 6-2. Learn more on page 172.
People in different careers answer the question, “How Does Creativity Help Solve Problems?”
- What problems in the workplace have you solved through creativity?
- How is creative problem-solving similar to and different than innovation?
This video relates to Learning Objective 6-4. Learn more on page 177.
A brief overview of Lewin’s Change Management model.
- How can you make organizational change “stick”?
- What are the three stages in the model?
- What imagery is Lewin’s Change Model illustrated by?
This video relates to Learning Objective 6-5. Learn more on page 182.
In this TED talk, Ludwick Marishane discusses DryBath, a product for bathing without water, which particularly helps people in developing countries who do not have easy access to water for bathing.
- How might Marishane’s entrepreneurial work create wider change?
- What risks did Marishane take?
This video relates to Learning Objective 6-6. Learn more on page 188.
Ted Talk with Bill Gross shares about some of the primary reasons why start-ups succeed or fail.
- What are the five elements that Bill Gross looked at to evaluate success?
- What did he identify as the primary element of successful start-ups?
- When launching change within an organization, how can optimal timing be timed?