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Collective genius : the art and practice of leading innovation

por Hill, Linda A.
Publicado por : Harvard Bussines Review Press (Boston (Massachusetts, Estados Unidos)) Detalles físicos: xi, 298 páginas : ilustraciones ISBN:9781422130025. Año : 2014
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What collective genius looks like: Ed Catmull at Pixar Animation Studios -- Why collective genius needs leadership: the paradoxes of innovation -- Recasting the role of the leader: Vineet Nayar at HCL Technologies -- pt. 1. Leaders create the willingness to innovate -- Creating a community: Luca De Meo at Volkswagen -- Beyond purpose: values and rules of engagement: Kit Hinrichs at Pentagram -- pt. 2. Leaders create the ability to innovate -- Creative abrasion: Greg Brandeau at Pixar Animation Studios -- Creative agility: Philipp Justus at eBay -- Creative resolution: Bill Coughran at Google -- pt. 3. Collective genius 2.0: inventing the future -- Cultivating an innovation ecosystem: Larry Smarr at Calit2 and Amy Schulman at Pfizer -- Epilogue : Where will we find tomorrow's leaders of innovation? : Steve Kloeblen at IBM, Jacqueline Novogratz at Acumen Fund, and Sung-joo Kim at Sungjoo Group.

"Unleashing the Collective Genius in Your Organization What is the relationship between leadership and innovation? How can some companies innovate again and again-continuously producing products and services that customers want-while most other firms cannot? How do you unleash consistent creativity in those around you? In this important new book, a team of preeminent thinkers-leadership scholar and Harvard Business School professor Linda Hill (Becoming a Manager, Being the Boss), former Pixar technology wizard Greg Brandeau, MIT researcher Emily Truelove, and writer and former executive Kent Lineback (Being the Boss)-reveal what they say is the inextricable yet significant link between leadership and innovation. Based on extensive research at many of the world's top organizations, Collective Genius makes the compelling argument that today's knowledge-intensive global economy demands innovation not just as a competence, but as a much deeper part of the culture of the enterprise. They say the leadership implications of this are profound and result in the difference between those organizations that consistently innovate and those that do not. With vivid real-life voices, rich ethnographic description, and expert guidance from authors who've led innovation and creativity first hand in their own organizations, Collective Genius will expand and deepen our leadership wisdom and competence for a new century."--

"What is the relationship between leadership and innovation? How can some companies innovate again and again--continuously producing products and services that customers want--while most other firms cannot? How do you unleash consistent creativity in those around you? In this important new book, a team of preeminent thinkers--leadership scholar and Harvard Business School professor Linda Hill (Becoming a Manager, Being the Boss), former Pixar technology wizard Greg Brandeau, MIT researcher Emily Truelove, and writer and former executive Kent Lineback (Being the Boss)--reveal what they say is the inextricable yet significant link between leadership and innovation. Based on extensive research at many of the world's top organizations, Collective Genius makes the compelling argument that today's knowledge-intensive global economy demands innovation not just as a competence, but as a much deeper part of the culture of the enterprise. They say the leadership implications of this are profound and result in the difference between those organizations that consistently innovate and those that do not. With vivid real-life voices, rich ethnographic description, and expert guidance from authors who've led innovation and creativity first hand in their own organizations, Collective Genius will expand and deepen our leadership wisdom and competence for a new century."--