Challenge Title Expert Training Agenda Challenge Overview Challenge

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Challenge Title Expert Training

Challenge Title Expert Training

Agenda • Challenge Overview • Challenge Expert Practice

Agenda • Challenge Overview • Challenge Expert Practice

3 Challenge Overview Innovation Process

3 Challenge Overview Innovation Process

Challenge Question E. G. How might we maximize the likelihood that you reach your

Challenge Question E. G. How might we maximize the likelihood that you reach your potential at work? 4

5 Challenge Flow Soft Launch 1/1 to 1/5 ü Selected individuals seed ideas and

5 Challenge Flow Soft Launch 1/1 to 1/5 ü Selected individuals seed ideas and test site. Ideation & Collaboration 1/5 to 1/15 Ideation Closed 1/16 to 1/19 ü Participants can submit ideas, comments, and vote on other’s ideas. ü Participants can continue to comment and vote. Idea posting is disabled. ü Idea owners modify ideas as they receive input ü Active Moderation continues ü Active Moderation starts ü Ideas meeting graduation criteria advance Expert Review 1/20 to 1/26 Pairwise 1/27 to 2/2 Selection 1/27 to 2/2 ü Voting and Commenting is disabled. ü Participants prioritize ideas using pairwise. ü Prioritized ideas presented to sponsor/s. ü Expert panel performs detailed review of ideas ü Winners and/or top ideas announced and awards distributed. ü Sponsor assigns next steps for incubation or implementation. ü Ideas meeting graduation criteria advance

Review Criteria Alignment 6

Review Criteria Alignment 6

7 Challenge Expert Practices Innovation Process

7 Challenge Expert Practices Innovation Process

8 Principles of Challenge Expert Reviews • Understand the Concept • Leverage Knowledge Assess

8 Principles of Challenge Expert Reviews • Understand the Concept • Leverage Knowledge Assess Value Narrow Selections • Be transparent Understand the Concept Leverage Knowledge Be transparent • Read the entire Idea before evaluating. • Reach out to the idea owner if needed. • Help the sponsor, owner, and audience understand how valuable this idea might be to the organization. • Stay emotionally neutral when assessing. • Be honest, but professional.

Expert Tools The primary tools needed for Experts 1. Inbox 2. Expert Review 3.

Expert Tools The primary tools needed for Experts 1. Inbox 2. Expert Review 3. Share 9

Expert Tools The primary tools needed for Experts 1. Inbox 2. Expert Review 3.

Expert Tools The primary tools needed for Experts 1. Inbox 2. Expert Review 3. Share 10

Expert Tools The primary tools needed for Experts 1. Inbox 2. Expert Review 3.

Expert Tools The primary tools needed for Experts 1. Inbox 2. Expert Review 3. Share 11

12 Questions? Thank You

12 Questions? Thank You