Barbee’s fifth article in a series focused on innovation was recently published through PwC’s strategy+business network: Two Simple Concepts for Getting the Most from Absurd Ideas.
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Very pleased that PwC’s strategy+business network just published another article in a series of innovative ideas on their website: Two Simple Concepts for Marketing Leaders.
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strategy+business (s+b), an award-winning management magazine geared toward organizational and business decision makers, is published through the PricewatershouseCoopers (PwC Strategy& LLC) network. It recently included my article, “A Simple Concept: Lead with a Vision” on its blog and is based on one of my favorite nuggets related to stating a vision.
You can (and should) stretch yourself creatively by collecting pithy, approachable nuggets or reminders of what you may already know as a leader, but may be neglecting to put into practice. To learn more about leading with a vision, you can read the full article here.
Welcome! I am very pleased to announce that “63 Innovation Nuggets (for aspiring innovators)” is available through Amazon in hardcover (and as an ebook soon)! You can also order a hardcover at Barnes&Noble. The collection of nuggets in this book broaden the concept of innovation from the historically narrow view around new products emanating just from R&D.
My innovative global leadership stretches across consumer products, entrepreneurial financial services, and global professional services, so it’s natural for me to feel that today’s innovation emanates from a diverse array of individuals across a wide range of functional areas including finance, technology, manufacturing, marketing, engineering, and sales. Continue reading