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by Marc de Jong, Nathan Marston and Erik Roth for McKinsey Insights It’s no secret: innovation is difficult for well-established companies. By and large, they are better executors than innovators, and most succeed less through game-changing creativity than by optimizing their existing businesses. Innovation and Creativity: In this engaging presentation, McKinsey principal Nathan Marston explains
from Sasha’s Blog- by Sasha Dichter. Theory and Model by Paul Hersey and Ken Blanchard and the Center For Leadership Studies “The framework describes the different roles you can play in interacting with a colleague (or a team) – from Directing to Coaching to Supporting to Delegating – depending on how committed to and competent
by Todd Henry of The Accidental Creative : In his new book Die Empty, Todd Henry examines the common places where bright, sharp and talented people eventually get stuck in their lives and careers. The goal, of course, is to get your best work out of you every day and to not leave it inside
Einstein’s genius came more from his learning philosophy and self-discipline than it did from genetics or going to the right schools. You can recreate some of his habits to get smarter and find more rewarding work. Here are some of the things we learnt form Einstein, that you can do. Learn more here
by Jan Rutherford for Soundview’s ” 2 Minute Mentor” Self-reliance is an important trait to succeed as an individual, both in life and in business. How often, though, do you hear it in reference to being a great leader? During a recent appearance on Soundview Live, leadership development expert Jan Rutherford discussed points from his
by Todd Henry of The Accidental Creative : The best ideas are typically not “out of the blue” revelations. They are most often the result of multiple existing ideas converging at the right place and time, and yielding an insight. As Steven Johnson wrote about in his book Where Good Ideas Come From, brilliant insights