19 episodes

A podcast about driving innovation in large, complex organisations. Our aim is to provide you with useful methods, models and tools to enhance your innovation skills. Read more about us at www.hellofuture.com

Innovation Explorers Hello Future AB

    • Business

A podcast about driving innovation in large, complex organisations. Our aim is to provide you with useful methods, models and tools to enhance your innovation skills. Read more about us at www.hellofuture.com

    EP 19 - Digital Compassion as a driver of Innovation

    EP 19 - Digital Compassion as a driver of Innovation

    In this episode we’re speaking with designer, educator and thought leader Per Axbom about his book “Digital Compassion as a Driver of Innovation”. As someone who’s been on the leading edge of UX and digital design for the last 15 years Per talks about the need for designers
    to recognize and understand the negative impacts that digital design can and does have on people. He also shares both insights and tools to break through the willful ignorance of many organizations.

    • 51 min
    EP 18 - John Mortimer on innovating in the public sector

    EP 18 - John Mortimer on innovating in the public sector

    In this episode we’re speaking with John Mortimer who works with public sector organizations in the U.K. and Sweden to help them reinvent their work and redesign their systems. We talk with John about why it feels like it’s so difficult to innovate in public organizations and the impact that the current paradigm of New Public Management has on inhibiting change and improvement. John discusses the many challenges on the personal level for those engaged in the public sector as well as the need to work at a systemic level to actually change things for the better.

    • 45 min
    EP 17 - Maria Giudice - Changemakers - Embracing design as a strategy to lead change

    EP 17 - Maria Giudice - Changemakers - Embracing design as a strategy to lead change

    In this episode of Innovation Explorers we’re speaking with the provacative Maria Giudice, who founded the design shop Hot Studio and worked as global design director for Facebook and Autodesk. Maria talks about her new book “Changemakers: How Leaders Can Design Change in an Insanely Complex World”, a follow up to her 2013 book “Rise of the DEO: Leadership by Design.” Maria shares with us her strategies for breaking through the friction of inaction and mediocrity and how changemakers, innovators and designers need to be smart about navigating a system in which they may be seen as a foreign element. And she notes that in order to be a change maker, you have to be optimistic about the future.

    • 46 min
    EP 16 - Mike Bracken on innovating digital public services

    EP 16 - Mike Bracken on innovating digital public services

    Over five years, Mike created, led and scaled the Government Digital Service (GDS) as UK’s first Executive Director of Digital and Chief Data Officer. Mike talks to us about the challenges and successes of creating user-driven public digital policies and how public institutions rather than private ones might be better at taking the risks of creating future-oriented solutions.

    • 50 min
    EP 15 Daniel Stillman on how leaders leading change need to intentionally design their meetings and conversations.

    EP 15 Daniel Stillman on how leaders leading change need to intentionally design their meetings and conversations.

    Inefficient meetings cost us tons of money. How can we redesign our meetings and conversations to make them better? In this episode we’re speaking with Daniel Stillman, designer, facilitation expert, and author of the book “Good Talk”. 

    • 53 min
    EP 14 - Tom Goodwin: Transformation means questioning everything!

    EP 14 - Tom Goodwin: Transformation means questioning everything!

    In this episode we’re speaking with Tom Goodwin, author of “Digital Darwinism” keynote speaker and digital and innovation thought leader. Tom talks about how he views the world like a big r&d lab and how he tries to help his clients make sense of it all.
    Tom talks about a new way of describing “disruptive innovation” that is very different from the  way that Clayton Christensen described it and how the act of asking good questions is not only highly underrated but critical in creating innovation and making our world a better place.

    • 44 min

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