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Leadership for Innovation [electronic resource] : How to Organize Team Creativity and Harvest Ideas

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780749454791Publication details: London : Kogan Page, 2009.ISBN:
  • 9780749460112
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Leadership for Innovation : How to Organize Team Creativity and Harvest IdeasDDC classification:
  • 658.4063
LOC classification:
  • HD53
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Contents:
Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; About the Author; Introduction; 1. What is Innovation?; 2. The Conditions for Successful Innovation; 3. Organizing for Team Creativity; 4. Case Study: The DNA Laboratory; 5. Case Study: Soichiro Honda - Leader for Innovation; 6. Real Commitment from the Top; 7. How to Motivate the Creative Individual; 8. Team Creativity; 9. Harvesting Ideas; 10. Overcoming Resistance to Change; Conclusion: Leadership for Innovation; Index
Summary: Leadership for Innovation will help readers create an innovative climate that encourages the development of new products and services. Drawing upon real-life examples including Google, Honda and 3M, John Adair sets out practical ways for bringing about change in organizations. As well as identifying the characteristics of an innovative organization, he discusses key topics such as organizing for team creativity; motivating creative people, how to build on ideas and how to be a creative leader and team member.
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Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; About the Author; Introduction; 1. What is Innovation?; 2. The Conditions for Successful Innovation; 3. Organizing for Team Creativity; 4. Case Study: The DNA Laboratory; 5. Case Study: Soichiro Honda - Leader for Innovation; 6. Real Commitment from the Top; 7. How to Motivate the Creative Individual; 8. Team Creativity; 9. Harvesting Ideas; 10. Overcoming Resistance to Change; Conclusion: Leadership for Innovation; Index

Leadership for Innovation will help readers create an innovative climate that encourages the development of new products and services. Drawing upon real-life examples including Google, Honda and 3M, John Adair sets out practical ways for bringing about change in organizations. As well as identifying the characteristics of an innovative organization, he discusses key topics such as organizing for team creativity; motivating creative people, how to build on ideas and how to be a creative leader and team member.