Author: David G. Gliddon – Editor; William J. Rothwell - Editor.
Publisher: : Routledge; 1 edition
Date published: 11 June 2018
Subject: Creative ability in business; Organizational change; Management
Local: HD53 .I-312l 2018 P. 402 – Thư viện Tạ Quang Bửu
Summary: The book explores each of these perspectives on the definition of an innovation leader. Providing an exciting and comprehensive resource for readers that are currently seeking to build success in organizations with new ideas. Innovation leadership involves synthesizing different leadership styles in organizations to influence employees to produce creative ideas, products, services, and solutions. Innovation leadership commonly includes four basic stages, which are: support for idea generation, identifying innovations, evaluating innovations, and implementation. There are two types of innovations, including: exploratory innovation, which involves generating brand new ideas, and value-added innovation, which involves modifying and renewing ideas that already exist. The two fundamental leadership theories that are generally necessary for innovation leadership are path-goal theory and Leader Member Exchange theory. The key role in the practice of innovation leadership is that of the innovation leader.