The Nature of Innovation Part II – Creative Styles

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  1. […] Coming up: The relationship between the two categories of innovation and individual creative styles. […]

  2. […] LSS Black Belt.  I have been on the fence because I don’t think LSS processes play to my creative style.  There are many, though, who gravitate to the detailed statistical analysis required to implement […]

  3. […] Each level is harder to implement that the one that precedes it.  Each requires a different level of thinking, inspires a different level of fear, and carries a different set of pros and cons.  And there is defintely a relationship between the 7LoC and creative style. […]

  4. […] people gravitate towards Level 1 change. Refer to my first article on KAI – people who do well in Level 1 situations are strong adapters with a need for rules and structure. […]

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  6. […] with Level 1 and 2, people who are attracted to Level 3 thinking are KAI adaptors. But they are less concerned with adherence to rules: they’ll keep the box but don’t […]

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  8. […] KAI adapters view Level 6 as far too risky, and rarely find themselves comfortable when confronted with a problem that requires such innovative thinking. KAI innovators crave Level 6 change as necessary to their creative impulses. They are the rule breakers, the mavericks, the ones who have a vital need to implement Level 6. […]

  9. […] KAI adapters view Level 5 as a major change but will accept Level 5 ideas if they’ve been proven in the field. This mitigates risk. KAI innovators see Level 5 thinking as a first step that can easily garner widespread approval, in anticipation of higher orders of change later. […]

  10. […] Each level is harder to implement that the one that precedes it. Each requires a different level of thinking, inspires a different level of fear, and carries a different set of pros and cons. And there is defintely a relationship between the 7LoC and creative style. […]

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