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Title: A Cool Company Needs Hot Group


1
A Cool Company Needs Hot Group
2
Introduction
  • Great Project are achieved by great Teams.
  • Clear goal and serious deadline.
  • Administering a trust fund Vs. making an MTV
    video.

3
The Myth of The Lone Genius
  • Thomas Edison generated astounding 400 patents
    with help of 14-man team.
  • Michelangelo couldnt have pained the Sistine
    Chapel without help of a gang of artisans.
  • IDEO believe loners hamper innovation and
    creativity.

4
The Makings of a Hot Group
  • Total dedicated and enthusiastic.
  • Close deadline.
  • Nonhierarchical and irreverent.
  • Tremendous respect for fellow members.
  • No typical corporate setting restraints.
  • Seek answers outside the box.

5
Hot Studios
  • Hollywood model -- the art of quickly assembling
    teams.
  • IDEOers pick their team leader to work with, not
    the other way around.

6
The Art of Innovation
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  • A cool company needs hot groups.
  • -Parag Pathak

7
Generating your own Energy.
  • Creating Right team.
  • Combination of fun with work.
  • Build Interest in work.
  • Generate Inspiration.

8
The Passion factor
  • Examples
  • -Design of kids car seat
  • -John F Kennedys challenge to NASA

9
Chapter 5 Contd A Cool Company Needs Hot Groups
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  • Douglas M. Schmitt

10
Opportunities In Obstacles
  • Adversity can bind your team together, making it
    stronger
  • Ex. 1 Palm V hard case design flaw (existing
    inventory)
  • Result 1 Brought the team closer together and
    reinforced its pride in the quality of the
    product
  • Ex. 2 Trying to improve airflow through an
    office space
  • Result 2 A breakthrough for the project and a
    shared experience for the team

11
On A Mission
  • Hot teams love a challenge
  • 6 and a half months from founding a team to
    getting a highly technical hardware product (PDA
    add-on digital camera) on the market

12
Chapter 5 Continues
13
Chapter 5Part 4
  • James Phillips

14
Team Problem Solving
  • One team member paid 18,000 from his account the
    filed an expense report in order to finish the
    team project.
  • After realizing that a demonstration was going
    to be ineffective, a team found a solution while
    drowning their sorrows

15
Teams in Close Quarters
  • Being in limited space with other people forces
    you to communicate and build relationships.
  • While on a furniture project IDEOers worked
    and lived with their prototypes and counterparts
  • It was a four month project

16
The Right Mix
  • A team should be diverse.
  • The author suggest that even where a certain
    person sits can make a difference.
  • The idea of establishing neighborhoods is to
    get the team as close to the hardware theyre
    working on as possible

17
Conclusion
  • Continue with chapter 5

18
Hot Groups (Contd)
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    points entered.
  • Fauzia Khatkhatay

19
Abolish They
  • Most large companies always bring in they
  • E-mail surveillance
  • Dress code

20
Teams and Trust
  • What makes a successful team
  • Three questions
  • Work schedule policy
  • Trust in employees
  • Abundance mentality

21
Why Teams Beat Individuals
  • Bass Co.
  • Variety
  • End one project by beginning another

22
Hot Teams Perform
  • Believe in your team
  • Build confidence
  • Give people an opportunity to perform

23
Hot Teams Give
  • Give gifts and awards
  • Use humor and poke fun
  • Celebrate achievement
  • Dont reserve fun for the end of a project

24
The Art of Innovation
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    discussion, which will create action items. Use
    PowerPoint to keep track of these action items
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    points entered.
  • Chapter 5
  • Derek Guerin

25
Abolish They
  • At IDEO I couldnt find a they
  • As a group you need to abolish that mythical
    group they and take responsibility for your
    actions.

26
Teams and Trust
  • Teams must establish a trusting relationship.
  • Employers must trust employees and employees must
    trust employers.

27
Why Teams Beat Individuals
  • Ron Bass and his team are an idea factory
  • Variety can inspire
  • Ron suggest working on multiple projects and they
    can sometimes inspire each other.

28
Hot Teams Perform
  • Hot teams are like snowballs that build into an
    avalanche of energy and enthusiasm
  • IDEO believes in giving everyone equal chances
  • Age and experience arent factors

29
Hot Teams Give
  • Give awards among the team
  • These gifts reinforce your team spirit

30
Eight Crazy Characters forHot Groups
  • The Visionary asks, whats next?
  • The Troubleshooter cuts to the chase, not
    always PC.
  • The Iconoclast challenges status quo (even at
    IDEO).
  • The Pulse Taker the heart, insightful in human
    factors.

31
Eight Crazy Characters forHot Groups
  • 5. The Craftsman magic elves, always making.
  • 6. The Technologist resident geek, full of raw
    resources.
  • 7. The Entrepreneur innovative without a niche,
    master of process.
  • 8. The Cross-Dresser self-educated and
    motivated, works beyond formal training.

32
Eight Crazy Characters forHot Groups
  • Teams start with extraordinary individuals
  • Match them to projects, challenge them, and
    give them a chance to blossom, and I think youll
    be surprised at the results.
  • (Kelley 100)
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