News April – What can we learn from children?

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It is a delight to listen to Adora Svitak describing the adults. In less than 8 ‘, Adora shares with us from her young eyes and with great clarity and aplomb, various reflections that should make us rethink certain ways of acting. We will agree that there are many similarities between children and geniuses. For example, both groups are extremely … Read More

News March – Who or what makes a person a leader?

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There is a lot of literature, science and wisdom about leadership. Authors such as Blanchard, Christensen, Drucker, Hamel and many others, have shared with us the keys to leadership, the different styles and the varied applications. However, Derek Sivers brings us to the very beginning. To ask ourselves what, or better, who makes a person a leader. Very briefly and … Read More

News May – Creativity · Edwin Catmull

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Ed Catmull is a calm, open, genuine person. Three qualities which should be among the assets of any leader. And this book, although its title may make us think of another topic, is in fact about leadership. And not so much about its classic characteristics, but about the attitude one must have, and what one must generate and expect. Before … Read More

August – Question 7 – What is the leadership style that encourages innovation?

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Rake and Spade Dig. Remove. Rake. Tidy. Let’s get to work. Action. Effort. The enjoyment of transforming our environment. Toiling to make what we have imagined become real, only to see that it’s not exactly what we wanted… but that’s okay too. It’s our work. The result of our effort. And if we are still not satisfied… start again. Dig. … Read More

April. The role of the Leader

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Yes, it is important to discuss about the role of Leaders. And it is because their mission within the company is crucial. Both their mission and the way they do, how they manage time and resources, the way they relate to people and how to inspire them to accompanying the Leader in his task… But today we do not want … Read More

The Leader In Innovation

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Innovation and Leadership are certainly two concepts closely related in our minds, but is the leader expected to innovate or she supposed to create innovation environments? Innovation requires a group of people working collaboratively in a space where trust and fluent communication allow to create value and solutions to improve our day to day.

Learning How To Lead And Manage Innovation Projects.

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In previous articles we introduced the Discovery phase into a Culture of Innovation consisting of two stages: the Assessment (the 6x3x3 Assessment Tool questionnaire) and the Sensitization (COGNOS and INSIGHT workshops). This phase makes us aware of the innovation culture in our organization and helps management and employees penetrate the concept of innovation, empowering the special role of leadership in … Read More

(5/10) COGNOS Management: There is no innovation without leadership.

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THE JOURNEY© process has been developed by Dicere to help companies develop a more robust Culture of Innovation. It consists of three phases: Discovering, Learning and Experimenting. The Discovering phase is divided in two stages: Assessment and Sensitization. In our last post we introduced the Assessment stage, performed through the 6x3x3 Assessment Tool, which gives companies an overall “Innovation Quotient”, … Read More

The 5 habits of highly “modembitious” executives

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The term “modembitious” comes from the hybridization of “modest” and “ambitious”.  The authentic geniuses of business do not try to know everything. The most creative leaders do not only take advantage of the genius’ hidden power to attract new ideas, they take advantage of the collective genius in order to evaluate the ideas they attract. Not all the new ideas … Read More