Leaders’ Dual Roles When Managing Innovation
September 20, 2013 Editor 0
Leaders have dual roles when managing innovation. In a bottom-up role, they stimulate innovative results as they facilitate ideas and initiative coming from individuals and teams. In a top-down role, leaders are the primary means for the organization to realize its innovation goals and strategies. A fundamental challenge is to balance these two roles.
Go to Source
- Managing Bioplastics Business Innovation in Start Up Phase
- Innovate or perish. It’s the new business reality. Is your company ready?
- Africa: IDG Report – Technology Blurring the Line Between Business and Private Life
- Medical decision support systems in Africa.
- Applying Principles of Innovation to Curriculum Revision
- Strategic challenges facing user- and patient-centred e-health in Vietnam
Tags: managing innovation
Subscribe to our stories
- SL Crowd Green Solutions September 21, 2020
- Digital transformation in the banking sector: surveys exploration and analytics August 3, 2020
- Why Let Others Disrupt You? Take the Smart Self-Disruption Journey! August 3, 2020
- 5 Tips for Crowdfunding During the Pandemic August 3, 2020
- innovation + africa; +639 new citations August 3, 2020