In an era driven by innovation and entrepreneurship, we’ve yet to achieve truly entrepreneurial society due to a more competitive business environment as well as outdated management practices.
What we need, argues Tim Brown in this HRB piece, is a shift in emphasis from operational competitiveness toward creative competitiveness — the capacity of organizations and society to create, embrace, and successfully execute on new ideas.
Tim outlines three roles leaders of creatively competitive organizations take on at different moments in the continuing cycles of innovation. View the article on HBR.org here.
Photo credit: Harvard Business Review