Nine Innovation Roles Sample Cards Have Arrived

It was a very exciting day in the Kelley household. The sample cards arrived today from the printers for the Nine Innovation Roles Group Diagnostic Tool. The cards and the group exercises that go with them are designed to be a group diagnostic tool that teams and organizations can use to self-diagnose why innovation efforts are failing and how the odds of innovation success could be improved – or by me in a customized Nine Innovation Roles Group Diagnostic Workshop.

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I received ten decks of 54 cards each, for a total of 540 cards for me to bring next week to hand out to the 650 attendees at the Front End of Innovation conference in Orlando, FL (May 15-17, 2012). You can save 20% on the conference with discount code FEI12BRADEN. To let people see the sample cards I recorded a couple of videos that I would love to get your thoughts on (and some feedback on the cards in them too).

A fun one:

And an unboxing video:

I would be interested to hear in the comments below which video you think I should make the featured video on the product page and on

Also, please feel free to let me know what you think at first glance of the Nine Innovation Roles Group Diagnostic Tool sample cards in the comments as well.

Nine Innovation Roles Group Diagnostic Tool Coming Soon

About Braden Kelley

Braden Kelley is a Human-Centered Design, Innovation and Transformation consultant at HCL Technologies, a popular innovation speaker, workshop leader, and creator of the Human-Centered Change™ methodology. He is the author of Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire from John Wiley & Sons and Charting Change from Palgrave Macmillan. Braden has been advising companies since 1996, while living and working in England, Germany, and the United States. Braden is a US Navy veteran and earned his MBA from top-rated London Business School. Follow him on Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
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