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Making Innovative Teams


One exception to this is Eliyah Goldratt’s The Goal and after an initial reading of Grivas and Puccio’s The Innovative Team: Unleashing Creative Potential for Breakthrough Results , I may have another exception. The Innovative Team is a business fable and, like most, it is a fast read. The Innovative Team borrows a lot from the FourSight model, a method for assessing preferences and building a team for creative problem solving.

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Are you a Scientist or an Engineer? Things to think about.

Mike Cardus

When working one on one coaching a manager through successes, challenges and workable goals , how would I illustrate humbleness while being arrogant to have the conviction to develop the needed knowledge? Humble to have the conviction that you don’t know; arrogant to have the conviction that you can develop the knowledge. – Eli Goldratt ‘The Choice’.