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Designing Creative High Power Teams and Organizations: Beyond Leadership

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The very best firms today are poietic organizations; that is, they are exceptional at streamlining the processes of ideation, creation, and production. These poietic organizations do two things well: They design and develop high power teams, and they create an organizational culture and context that supports improvisation, design, experimentation, aesthetic awareness, and ...more
Paperback, 100 pages
Published September 11th 2014 by Business Expert Press (first published January 1st 2014)
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Fred Zimny
Nov 18, 2014 Fred Zimny rated it really liked it
My sincere belief is that service leadership and management is about teamwork. Understanding how teams operate and how your contribution to a team impacts its (and your) performance is essential.

As mentioned in an earlier post, i invest time to better understand how to foster creativity. And now i can add a new publication on my bookshelf that deals with how to design creative teams and organizations.

Over the last years , many great books about how to become more creative ve become available. An
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