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10 thoughts on “Collective Genius: The Art and Practice of Leading Innovation

  1. says:

    Great book The author makes the argument that the future of innovation needs to be in the hands of a new kind of leadership Leaders that can move people to find their own potential and then work together to encourage creativity and innovation No longer is it leadership of just a solo genius, but leadership that can bring people together for a greater cause The future is for leaders to be like Nelson Mandela, Ghandi, and Martin Luther King The leaders of the future will need to move the mass Great book The author makes the argument that the future of innovation needs to be in the hands of a new kind of leadership Leaders that can move people to find their own potential and then work together to encourage creativity and innovation No longer is it leadership of just a solo genius, but leadership that can bring people together for a greater cause The future is for leaders to be like Nelson Mandela, Ghandi, and Martin Luther King The leaders of the future will need to move the masses to change the world and to keep innovation on the forefront of the human imagination


  2. says:

    This book sometimes feels like a cliche business book full of cherry picked anecdotes to illustrate the authors points, but nonetheless, its proposed framework is reasonably convincing As is the case with many of these kinds of books, I gleaned a few insightful tidbits from random pages apart from the main points A decent read.


  3. says:

    Excelentes cases, s lido framework de lideran a para inova o Decidi ler esse livro por causa de um artigo da HBR, um resumo da leitura Vou dizer q fiquei decepcionada ao notar q o artigo resume muito bem o framework e em termos de vis o consolidada da proposta funciona melhor, mas para um entendimento mais profundo do q as pesquisadoras identificaram o livro fant stico Em especial destaco as leituras dos cases que s o em muitos momentos cativantes.


  4. says:

    This is one of those books that could be a lot shorter but the authors tend to repeat a lot of concepts several times Many of the cases that are used in the book are very interesting and if it wouldn t be for that, I d give it 3 stars Good concepts that are helpful for leaders that need to drive their organizations forward.


  5. says:

    Buku ini menceritakan mengenai hubungan antara kepemimpinan dengan inovasi, mirip dengan Creativity buku karangan Ed Catmull presiden dari Pixar Beda nya di buku ini Linda A Hill dan kawan kawan meneliti di berbagai bidang bisnis bukan cuma industri film animasi, tp juga di industri otomotif, teknologi informasi, konsultan desain dll..


  6. says:

    I d skip a lot of cliche Chapters, and read the Chapters 7 11.


  7. says:

    Interesting collection of stories from successful leaders, but far too long The book has some interesting insight but if you have already read about the innovation styles of Pixar, Google, and eBay you will find much of the same regurgitated information If you are unfamiliar with those techniques, however, then by all means, read on my friend Still, it s basic points are meaningful Innovation is a creative collaboration it should include a diverse collection of ideas, especially opposition Interesting collection of stories from successful leaders, but far too long The book has some interesting insight but if you have already read about the innovation styles of Pixar, Google, and eBay you will find much of the same regurgitated information If you are unfamiliar with those techniques, however, then by all means, read on my friend Still, it s basic points are meaningful Innovation is a creative collaboration it should include a diverse collection of ideas, especially opposition Horizontal leadership structures vs top down hierarchies create spaces of candor and innovation These leaders were farconcerned about the culture they created rather than the vision they inspired


  8. says:

    Solid summary of how to organize teams to innovate The talk about creative abrasion cultivating diverse ideas, not group think , creative agility non standard methods of working together, including changing the focus of the project , and create resolution not settling for either or solutions, but a third way that combines The idea is to find the goldilocks zone in the middle, not to lean too far to control or freedom.The best part about the book is the case studies of how others did it Th Solid summary of how to organize teams to innovate The talk about creative abrasion cultivating diverse ideas, not group think , creative agility non standard methods of working together, including changing the focus of the project , and create resolution not settling for either or solutions, but a third way that combines The idea is to find the goldilocks zone in the middle, not to lean too far to control or freedom.The best part about the book is the case studies of how others did it The theory isn t particularly original or profound But the stories have a lot of useful nuggets Warning they are all for large, multi national companies So if you re not leading in one of those Google, Volkswagon, etc then it won t directly apply


  9. says:

    I enjoyed this need to go back through and read it again, but there were certainly elements I found apropos to working with the target audience leaders and innovators.


  10. says:

    Great book on innovation.


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Collective Genius: The Art and Practice of Leading Innovation Why Can Some Organizations Innovate Time And Again, While Most CannotYou Might Think The Key To Innovation Is Attracting Exceptional Creative Talent Or Making The Right Investments Or Breaking Down Organizational Silos All Of These Things May Help But There S Only One Way To Ensure Sustained Innovation You Need To Lead It And With A Special Kind Of Leadership Collective Genius Shows You How Preeminent Leadership Scholar Linda Hill, Along With Former Pixar Tech Wizard Greg Brandeau, MIT Researcher Emily Truelove, And Being The Boss Coauthor Kent Lineback, Found Among Leaders A Widely Shared, And Mistaken, Assumption That A Good Leader In All Other Respects Would Also Be An Effective Leader Of Innovation The Truth Is, Leading Innovation Takes A Distinctive Kind Of Leadership, One That Unleashes And Harnesses The Collective Genius Of The People In The OrganizationUsing Vivid Stories Of Individual Leaders At Companies Like Volkswagen, Google, EBay, And Pfizer, As Well As Nonprofits And International Government Agencies, The Authors Show How Successful Leaders Of Innovation Don T Create A Vision And Try To Make Innovation Happen Themselves Rather, They Create And Sustain A Culture Where Innovation Is Allowed To Happen Again And Again An Environment Where People Are Both Willing And Able To Do The Hard Work That Innovative Problem Solving Requires Collective Genius Will Not Only Inspire You It Will Give You The Concrete, Practical Guidance You Need To Build Innovation Into The Fabric Of Your Business

  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • Collective Genius: The Art and Practice of Leading Innovation
  • Linda A. Hill
  • English
  • 02 August 2018
  • 1422130029

About the Author: Linda A. Hill

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