A Toolkit for Catalyzing and Implementing True Innovation
Risky Business is an innovation toolkit designed to work in any industry or workplace that is subject to risk aversions, such as healthcare, government, higher education, and more. The purpose of this toolkit is to empower those creative thinkers in risk-averse settings to catalyze and implement true innovation in their industry, no matter how hard the uphill battle is.
The Risky Business Toolkit is designed to be completed in ~3 hours, and is broken into two parts: First, we provide a methodology for innovators to use in risk-averse environments to generate creative ideas. Second, we provide a framework for innovators to get buy-in on their ideas.
The Toolkit Includes:
- Complete workshop facilitation guide
- Conversation prompts to build self and team awareness around risk aversion
- 8 unique exercises and approaches for generating and vetting new ideas
- 3 Worksheets to help innovators get buy-in from risk-averse leaders
This toolkit is available on a pay-what-you-want basis. If you are able to donate, 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Children's Hospital Los Angeles, and the other 50% will help us continue to keep these tools available for free! We recommend a donation of $10-20. Thank you!
Risky Business was created in partnership between the Children's Hospital Los Angeles Innovation Studio and verynice. The toolkit is published by Reginald.
If you'd like any additional guidance on anything in this toolkit, or have difficulty downloading it, please do not hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll be happy to help clarify anything and make additional suggestions. CHLA Marks provided courtesy of Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
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