Authority on the art of leading innovation
The Harvard Business School professor on the myths about leading innovation, fostering collective genius, why collaborative processes fuel sustainable innovation, and thriving on ‘creative abrasion.’
- Existing models for leadership are disconnected from what’s really required to build organizations that can innovate time and time again, says Harvard Business School’s Linda Hill.
- Innovation is less about breakthrough moments and more to do with channeling organization-wide intelligence, says Linda Hill of Harvard Business School.
- Today’s CXOs need to shun the limelight and create collaborative environments in which innovation can flourish, says Harvard Business School’s Linda Hill.
- Organizations thrive on ‘creative abrasion,’ argues Harvard Business School’s Linda Hill, with different ideas and perspectives battling constructively for success.