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Why Checking Your Email Might Enhance Your Creativity

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We hear experts tell us how to rigidly structure our calendar to make time for the serious work of completing a project or task. Innovation burkus creativity incubation innovation organizational behavior

061: The Myths of Creativity: The Truth About How Innovative Leaders Generate Great Ideas | with David Burkus

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Creativity is the starting point for all innovation, and most organizations rely on innovation to create a competitive advantage. Innovation is necessary for the successful development and implementation of new programs or better products.

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Good News, Bad News: An HBR Management Puzzle on Innovation Execution

Harvard Business Review

It shouldn’t happen, but it does: You realize much too late that your innovation project is in deep trouble. van Wassenhove, both of Insead in France, found that the complexity of high-tech innovation efforts can blur teams’ perceptions. Executing on Innovation.

Military Leadership Lessons for Training Doctors

Harvard Business Review

To address this gap, the Vanderbilt Department of Otolaryngology developed a 4-year program that consists of selected Naval ROTC leadership topics, public speaking training, a micro-MBA course, and a capstone leadership project on community disease prevention that puts students into leadership roles.

Coaching Physicians to Become Leaders

Harvard Business Review

They didn’t learn how to steer employees through a corporate matrix to meet organizational goals and hit budget targets. Challenge #1: They feel overwhelmed by organizational noise. Follow the Leading Health Care Innovation insight center on Twitter @HBRhealth.