How do we make it simple, fast and frugal?
Help people convince themselves
Make it easy to do what matters most
How do we make it effortless?
Make experimentation a core capability
A distributed intelligence system
An amplifier of ideas and innovation
Simple tools, game changing outcomes!
Introducing the Friction-Free Platform for Transformational Change!
- Pinpoint the sources of resistance and push-back
- Master the power of self-persuasion (helping people persuade themselves)
- Engage key stakeholders
- Monitor levels of trust, confidence and resolve
- Make it easy to do what matters most
- Frame your novel ideas as familiar and friendly
TEST AND LEARN
- Make experimentation a core capability
- Subtract things no longer required
- Scale and share your ideas on the Digital Octopus
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Harry Mills is an international authority on the art of persuasion, negotiation and behaviour change. He is the subject matter expert on persuasion for the Harvard Manage/Mentor program, and author of 18 books on influencing, negotiation, persuasive communications and behaviour change. He designed the world’s first friction-free change platform which enables community based organisations to triple their number their numbers of successful innovations and change experiments. He has worked with Toyota for over 30 years on continuous improvement projects. His clients include global corporates including Ericcson and Oracle, the Big 4 accounting firms, DHBs, Maori heath agencies, government agencies and NGOs working on climate change projects. On graduation, Harry trained as a teacher and has written 11 history and social studies texts. He has worked with primary, secondary and tertiary institutions
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Derek Wenmoth is regarded as one of New Zealand’s foremost future focused thinkers in education. He has worked with schools, tertiary organisations and ministries of education in New Zealand and internationally to design and implement innovative approaches in education.
With a background as a teacher, principal, teacher educator and education policy advisor, Derek has been involved with a wide range of change initiatives, and has helped create policy and strategies to enable the implementation of future focused learning systems.
In recognition of his work in education, Derek was designated one of 2008’s “Global Six” by the George Lucas Educational Foundation which recognizes individuals making a difference in education.
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