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The white coat of a physician signifies a 19th century model of leadership: authoritative, unchallenged, above and beyond the ordinary. This is not who today's physicians are.
Hack by Sonja Dieterich on July 18, 2011
Stop trying to fit workers in a "good" (or "performer") or "bad" ("underperformer") binary classification and instead adopt a richer language which fits reality of people better.
Hack by Fabio Cecin on October 18, 2012
One of the things that attracted me to Red Hat in the first place was that it was a company with a strong sense of purpose. Red Hat was a company full of believers, people who felt that the open source development model was simply a better way. During my first few months as CEO, I traveled to Red...
Blog by Jim Whitehurst on August 16, 2011
What leader today doesn't want more innovation? Yet, producing more (of anything) inside an organization generally leads to more process, which smothers individual creativity and all-too-often kills organizational innovation. Innovation isn't about structuring a process to lead to an outcome so much as it's about creating space—both elbow room, the space to roam free of bureaucratic rules and red tape, and head room, the freedom to see differently, think wildly, and aim higher. The leaders who generate more creative energy and innovation are always wrestling with the question: How do we design in more slack? Or, how do we cultivate an environment and support work that enlists people as drivers of their own destiny and inventors of the company's future?
Blog by Polly LaBarre on March 21, 2012
On Thursday, Nov. 11 at 10:30amPT, Gary Hamel will talk with Henry Chesbrough , Executive Director of the Center for Open Innovation at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, about open innovation in services. Chesbrough is a leading thinker in the subject of innovation. His latest book, Open...
Blog by David Sims on November 3, 2010

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