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Leading a culture of innovation - Shared screen with speaker view
Chris Goris
34:38
Hello everyone and welcome to the webinar. Thank you for joining us today. We would love to hear from you during the session . Please put any comments or insights you have here (be sure to select "all panellists and attendees". If you have any questions please put them in the Q&A box.
Christina Pargeter
42:36
“Curiosity is the spark to start the innovation Journey” - great reminder.
Christine Tait Lees
47:34
I am an owl. The 9-5 world is tough for owls.
Joe Fischer
49:01
Thanks for sharing Christine. You are obviously great working across time zones.
Gillian Wood
01:02:31
One of my proudest achievements is winning the CEO
Gillian Wood
01:03:13
CEO’s “Dare to Try” award. For a failed project. But we’d tried something ‘out there’, and later succeeded
Gillian Wood
01:03:40
The fact that there was a ‘dare to try’ award says a lot about the culture
Mark Wiggins
01:04:05
thanks Gillian. I try and never use the word fail and instead focus on what we learned
Scott Anthony
01:04:33
Gillian -- love the example. Dare to Try is a great reminder of the importance of pushing boundaries. As is Supercell's ritual of having a champagne party when a team decides to shut down and kill its project.
Joe Fischer
01:05:18
Congratulations Gillian. So it wasn't really a failure - it was an experiment that enabled you to move onto a new path in your journey that ultimately led to success.
Amantha
01:06:00
Hey Gillian- do you work at Tata Group? They were the ones who started the idea of running Dare To Try awards, I believe...
Amantha
01:06:28
There is also a great example from Engineers without Borders - they publish an annual failure report to report publicly on all their failures.
Danny Lee
01:06:53
Great points, Anshika! It's interesting to note that communication across the organisation actually increased during COVID19
Joe Fischer
01:09:00
I like your orientation towards learning @MarkWiggins
Mark Wiggins
01:10:46
thanks Joe. I believe it's critical we shift our orientation, as we have it as children, and then somewhere it get's lost and we cease to understand that we only move forwards by trying different things and learning through the process.
Joe Fischer
01:11:41
Well said Mark. You are so right!
Gillian Wood
01:13:55
Funnily enough, I work in the NSW Public Service. Yes, we’re innovative, and we want to do it more, faster and better
Scott Anthony
01:23:56
Thanks Rebecca! I have three phrases bouncing through my mind as I think about timing .. 90% of life is showing up, luck is the residue of design, and fortune favors the prepared mind!
Amantha
01:29:45
Check out this link: https://www.thesprintbook.com/remote
Lani Beer
01:32:07
great panel and superb discussion - thank you
Scott Anthony
01:32:12
Thanks everyone!
Danny Lee
01:32:41
Thanks Panelists and Mehul for a great session!
Amantha
01:32:43
Thanks for spending your lunch with us :)
Liz Schenke
01:32:44
Another exceptional webinar. Thnx panelists and SMG