INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL WORKSHOP:
The transitions from industrial economy to information economy and now knowledge economy empowered by digital platforms and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have required the operating model of organisations to change.
Organising for inventiveness and innovation is different from organising for serial production and administration of the already known. Fewer than 10 percent of the non-financial S&P 500 companies in 1983 remained in the S&P 500 in 2013.
Within the last quarter century, Intellectual Capital has emerged as the leading asset class.
Intellectual Capital (IC) consists of Structural Capital, Human Capital and Relational Capital. Structural Capital is the supportive infrastructure that works 24/7 even when the human capital is asleep. It's the intellectual property, models, methods, systems, business philosophy, brand and innovation concepts bringing strategy into tactics, operations and user experience to mobilise resources, capabilities and generate economic prosperity as a result of customer, employee and investor attraction.
Disadvantages in structural capital is the primary source to what makes organisations and business struggle. It’s the organisation’s most valuable asset for collaboration and competition.
In this workshop we explore the differences of traditional line-organisation and the new organisational models for business agility and develop a context based solution for your innovation ecosystem.
- The 21st century User Experience.
- Path dependency. What do we know and where are we heading? Success & Failure. Comparison between industrial paradigms.
- Organisational purpose. Decision making contexts.
- Psychology for innovation. Mindset, values and principles.
- Innovation ecosystem analysis.
- Scalability - From Invention to Innovation.
- Output: The Innovation Map.
- Orchestration of resources to level up capabilities.
- Intellectual Capital optimisation - Models & Methods.
- Business Architecture.
- Integrated Marketing Communications - Channels and formats to bring strategy into operations.
- Output: A relevant Brand, Business and Operational Model for the Innovation Map.
- 21st century skills, practices, tools & technologies.
- Lateral thinking and creativity.
- Agile team work.
- Meeting formats for a learning organisation.
- Output: A prototype (product or process) for validation.
Full human potential for all. A business architecture for the innovative, resilient and regenerative organisation in the 21st century global and digital economy.
Open Innovation Strategy and Policy Group