Johnnie Moore

What do people hate about innovation events?

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

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At the 100% Open meeting I attended, we asked the audience to come up with things they hated about innovation events (amongst other questions). I thought their responses, shown above were interesting.

I often think it’s good to find out what people don’t like (there are downsides to appreciative enquiry if we take it too far). And I agree with a lot of the answers – a lot of events about innovation seem surprisingly conventional to me.

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