Innovation Leadership: How to use innovation to lead effectively, work collaboratively, and drive results
January 16, 2015 | David Horth, Center for Creative Leadership and Dan Buchner, Continuum | Center for Creative Leadership
Not long ago, strategy was king. Forecasting, planning, and placing smart bets created the power sources within organizations. The future of a business (or a career) could fit into an established framework or system. If managed well, success would follow. Today, uncertainty is palpable. Planning for next quarter is a challenge. Even more difficult is committing to decisions that will play out in one to five years. What is the new process, the innovative product, the game-changing service, or the compelling vision? In the words of one senior executive:
January 16, 2015 | David Magellan Horth and Jonathan Vehar | HCI
A recent global survey by the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) found that 94 percent of executives believe that innovation is a key driver of organizational success. And yet, just 14 percent of those respondents have confidence in their organization’s ability to drive innovation effectively.