They exemplify fifteen habits that help them shape the future in their favour. These cards are designed to inspire and educate current and future disruptors. They are your toolkit for bringing bold ideas into the world and will help you bring structure to the dialogue around how you can clarify your intentions.
Why are these cards so valuable?
When you are working on big ideas, having a framework within which to work can have a drastic impact on your chance of success. Frameworks that help disruptors better identify and understand the problem they are seeking to address can make the world of difference. These habits are designed to improve the likelihood of success for people who wish to bring bold ideas into the world.
Teams can use the cards to create dialogue around the habits. This dialogue can lead to improved actions across your organization or team. The habits help teams identify where opportunities lie and how teams can think better together. Each habit can serve as a provocation that helps teams develop more robust solutions.
About the cards
The cards have been developed over years of research and practice within a variety of contexts. Many people, too many to mention, have contributed to what have become the final product. The cards have been used in workshops, classrooms, and organizations around the world.
These fifteen habits have been distilled and developed by Keita Demming, PhD. Many of the insights have come from his participation in communities of practice, labs, his consulting, and conversations with disruptors and changemakers on his podcast.
Keita helps individuals, teams, and organizations redefine their performance through innovation. He believes we all have the ability to shape the future. This is especially true for those who embrace the enclosed habits.
To learn more, you can listen to the podcast called Disruptive Conversations and find out more about Keita’s work at www.keitademming.com.