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The Linda Hill talk on innovation explains how leading in this area is not about the genius of any one person, but should be a collaborative effort to ensure success. The speaker currently works as a business professor, specifically a Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. The management visionary specializes in organizational behavior and an anthropological approach to innovation research.
The Linda Hill talk expands further on this topic in her book 'Collective Genius: The Art and Practive of Leading Innovation.' She also authored 'Being the Boss: The Three Imperatives for Becoming a Great Leader' and many other books as well as journal articles, book chapters, working papers, cases and teaching materials.
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The Innovation Lecture Given by Linda Hill Focuses on Leadership
In her innovation lecture, Linda Hill discusses why we need to challenge traditional views of leadership—especially when it comes to leading innovation. The management visionary and business... Read More