Harvard Business School professor Linda Hill spent almost 10 years studying extraordinary leaders of innovation across several industries. Her team’s work repudiates conventional thinking that visionary leadership inspires innovation. Rather, says Hill, “collective genius” is the secret sauce of successful creations. getAbstract recommends Hill’s fascinating analysis and anecdotes to leaders hoping to boost their companies’ innovation engines.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why conventional beliefs about leading innovation are erroneous,
- Which three characteristics innovative organizations share and
- How to nurture innovation in your organization.
About the Speaker
Linda Hill is a management professor at Harvard Business School and co-author of Collective Genius.
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