Slow Down to Speed Up - The CEO’s Innovation SqueezePaperback Engels 2016 9789082300031
"Recognisable examples and staying away from the soft blabla."
'Slow down to speed up - The CEO’s Innovation Squeeze' is a unique book, as it takes the innovator’s physiology as a starting point for innovation: what is his or her inner state when she is 'in a flow'? What is the required leadership style in a multinational when the focus is on innovation? And what are the implications for processes, systems and mandate?
'Slow down to speed up - The CEO’s Innovation Squeeze' demonstrates that sustaining, experimental and radical innovation demand totally different requirements of management. This book is a trip down memory lane for innovators, because they will recognise their daily practices and struggles. But it is also recommended for CEO’s who face the challenge of facilitating all three kinds of innovation in one and the same organisation simultaneously and successfully.
"Good to have creative theory made applicable."
"Liked the topic – explaining the power of mindsets from a scientific perspective. Makes it easier for people to accept the importance of mindsets in innovation."
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PART 1: CREATIVITY
-Creativity and flow give innovation a go
-Goals and risks
-Why stimulating entrepreneurship is not just pulling strings
-The office and the man cave or the kitchen table
-Give the right permission: only the CEO can unfreeze the value
-Give it a go
PART 2: ENTREPRENEURSHIP
-How the life cycle of the organisation affects innovation
-How the life cycle of products affect innovation
-Back to the CEO: common mistakes
-What does this tell us about entrepreneurship
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