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Innovation Management - 3 - Innovation Leader

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Conceptual Framework
- The First Competency Model for Innovation Leadership (Gliddon.2006)
- Path-Goal Theory
- ​Leader–Member Exchange (LMX) Theory

How Leadership Can Drive Innovation
- Nine Behaviors That Drive Innovation Process
- Business Thinking Versus Innovative Thinking
- Innovative Thinking Skills
- 5 Top Innovative Leaders

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Innovation Management - 3 - Innovation Leader

  1. 1. Dr Joseph K.K. Ho Innovation Leader Managing Innovation & Technology Transfer
  2. 2. 2 ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho Conceptual Framework • The First Competency Model for Innovation Leadership (Gliddon.2006) • Path-Goal Theory • ​Leader–Member Exchange (LMX) Theory
  3. 3. 3 ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho How Leadership Can Drive Innovation • Nine Behaviors That Drive Innovation Process • Business Thinking Versus Innovative Thinking • Innovative Thinking Skills • 5 Top Innovative Leaders
  4. 4. The First Competency Model for Innovation Leadership 4 • Dr. David Gliddon (2006) developed the competency model of innovation leaders and established the concept of innovation leadership at Penn State University • Gliddon D. (2006) FORECASTING A COMPETENCY MODEL FOR INNOVATION LEADERS USING A MODIFIED DELPHI TECHNIQUE, The Pennsylvania State University © 2019 Dr Joseph K.K. Ho
  5. 5. The First Competency Model for Innovation Leadership 5 • Expert competencies identified suggested a focus on the categories of © 2019 Dr Joseph K.K. Ho  Learning  Leading groups and teams  Motivation and energy level  Management and delegation  Communication, interpersonal skills, and emotional intelligence  Commitment and sense of ownership  Creativity and imagination  Role identity, power, and politics  Mission and vision  Understanding the external environment
  6. 6. Path-Goal Theory 6 • A leader's behavior is contingent to the satisfaction, motivation and performance of his or her subordinates. • The original path-goal theory identifies achievement-oriented, directive, participative, and supportive leader behaviors ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho References: Path-Goal Theory | free-management-ebooks.com http://www.free-management-ebooks.com/faqld/leadtheory-09.htm House, R. (1971). A Path Goal Theory of Leader Effectiveness. Administrative Science Quarterly, 16(3), 321-339. doi:10.2307/2391905 https://www.jstor.org/stable/2391905?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents
  7. 7. Path-Goal Theory 7 • provides different leadership behaviors associated with Innovation Leadership framework: allowing the creation of work environment favorable to innovative thinking, a cognitive process of generating novel and useful ideas. ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho References: Path-Goal Theory | free-management-ebooks.com http://www.free-management-ebooks.com/faqld/leadtheory-09.htm House, R. (1971). A Path Goal Theory of Leader Effectiveness. Administrative Science Quarterly, 16(3), 321-339. doi:10.2307/2391905 https://www.jstor.org/stable/2391905?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents
  8. 8. Leader–Member Exchange (LMX) Theory 8 • a relationship-based approach to leadership that focuses on the two-way (dyadic) relationship between leaders and followers • multiple leadership styles are necessary in managing multiple subordinates ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho References: Ayyildiz Unnu, Nazli & Kesken, Julide. (2014). Diagnosing the effects of leader-member exchange quality on performance in the context of organizational culture: A case from Turkish family-owned businesses. Journal of Business Economics and Management. 15. 174-195. https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Leader-Member-Exchange-Theory-Source-Based-on- Robbins-2005_fig1_261331702 Dansereau, F.J., Graen, G. and Haga, W.J. (1975) A Vertical Dyad Linkage Approach to Leadership within Formal Organizations: A Longitudinal Investigation of the Role-Making Process. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, 13, 46-78. https://www.academia.edu/23137460/A_Vertical_Dyad_Linkage_Approach_to_Leadership_within_Fo rmal_Organizations_A_Longitudinal_Investigation_of_thel_ole_Making_Process_1
  9. 9. Leader–Member Exchange (LMX) Theory 9 • LMX theory has been shown to have an effect on innovation ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho References: Ayyildiz Unnu, Nazli & Kesken, Julide. (2014). Diagnosing the effects of leader-member exchange quality on performance in the context of organizational culture: A case from Turkish family-owned businesses. Journal of Business Economics and Management. 15. 174-195. https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Leader-Member-Exchange-Theory-Source-Based-on- Robbins-2005_fig1_261331702 Dansereau, F.J., Graen, G. and Haga, W.J. (1975) A Vertical Dyad Linkage Approach to Leadership within Formal Organizations: A Longitudinal Investigation of the Role-Making Process. Organizational Behavior and Human Performance, 13, 46-78. https://www.academia.edu/23137460/A_Vertical_Dyad_Linkage_Approach_to_Leadership_within_Fo rmal_Organizations_A_Longitudinal_Investigation_of_thel_ole_Making_Process_1
  10. 10. Nine Behaviors That Drive Innovation 10 • Forbes 2015 points to NINE Leadership behaviors that drive innovation  Have a Vision of the Future - jointly creating a vision with the team  Establish Trust in their employees - the team returning an enormous trust, bringing up alternative ways to conduct business  Challenge the Status Quo - fearless and doing what’s right versus what may be politically correct ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho References: Zenger J. (2015) Nine Behaviors That Drive Innovation, Forbes https://www.forbes.com/sites/jackzenger/2015/05/14/9-behaviors-that-drive-innovation/#6ebbc1cc7593 Mckinney P. , The Importance of Leadership in Fostering Organizational Innovation https://philmckinney.com/the-importance-of-leadership-in-fostering-organizational-innovation/
  11. 11. Nine Behaviors That Drive Innovation 11  Possess Deep Expertise - knowing the details of where their organization stands and displaying a professional curiosity in technology  Set Aspirational Goals - giving the team challenges and opportunities to achieve beyond expectation  Move Quickly - gravitating toward speed of execution, a major driver of innovation ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho References: Zenger J. (2015) Nine Behaviors That Drive Innovation, Forbes https://www.forbes.com/sites/jackzenger/2015/05/14/9-behaviors-that-drive-innovation/#6ebbc1cc7593 Mckinney P. , The Importance of Leadership in Fostering Organizational Innovation https://philmckinney.com/the-importance-of-leadership-in-fostering-organizational-innovation/
  12. 12. Nine Behaviors That Drive Innovation 12  Crave Information - asking good question and being good listeners, combination of “catch and pitch”  Excel at Teamwork - putting own self-interest to the side in the interest of collaboration and group- based value creation  Value Diversity and Inclusion - bringing people together who possess sharply differing views and experience ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho References: Zenger J. (2015) Nine Behaviors That Drive Innovation, Forbes https://www.forbes.com/sites/jackzenger/2015/05/14/9-behaviors-that-drive-innovation/#6ebbc1cc7593 Mckinney P. , The Importance of Leadership in Fostering Organizational Innovation https://philmckinney.com/the-importance-of-leadership-in-fostering-organizational-innovation/
  13. 13. Business Thinking Versus Innovative Thinking 13 • Innovative thinking is a crucial addition to traditional business thinking ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho References: David Magellan Horth, Dan Buchner, Innovation Leadership - How to use innovation to lead effectively, work collaboratively, and drive results, CLL.ORG https://www.ccl.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/InnovationLeadership.pdf
  14. 14. Innovative Thinking Skills 14 • Innovative thinking skills shift one's understanding of a situation and open the door for new approaches and solutions  Paying Attention - perceiving details, seeing new patterns, considering different points of view and multiple inputs; looking and listening from a new perspective  Personalizing - tapping into broad scope of knowledge and experience; understanding customers in a deep, personal way; leading to new ideas, patterns, and insights that fuel innovation  Imaging - processing information with pictures, stories, impressions, and metaphors to describe situations, construct ideas, and communicate effectively; imagining with “What If ?” leading to extraordinary possibilities ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho References: David Magellan Horth, Dan Buchner, Innovation Leadership - How to use innovation to lead effectively, work collaboratively, and drive results, CLL.ORG https://www.ccl.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/InnovationLeadership.pdf
  15. 15. Innovative Thinking Skills 15  Serious Play - branching out from routine works and rigid processes; generating knowledge through non-traditional ways—free exploration, improvisation, experimentation, levity and rapid prototyping  Collaborative inquiry - creating insight from thoughtful, non-judgmental sharing of ideas; having sustained, effective dialogue with a variety of stakeholders and points of view; contributing to complexity  Crafting - “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in the mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.” F. Scott Fitzgerald; living with and resolving paradox and contradiction. ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho References: David Magellan Horth, Dan Buchner, Innovation Leadership - How to use innovation to lead effectively, work collaboratively, and drive results, CLL.ORG https://www.ccl.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/InnovationLeadership.pdf
  16. 16. 5 Top Innovative Leaders 16 • Forbes 2018 points to 5 Top Innovative Leaders  Jeff Bezos - Amazon  Pete Cashmore - Mashable  Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook  Reid Hoffman - LinkedIn  Mary Barra - General Motors ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho References: Comaford C (2018) - 5 Top Innovative Leaders (And What You Can Learn From Them), Forbes 25 Aug 2018 https://www.forbes.com/sites/christinecomaford/2018/08/25/5-top-innovative-leaders-and-what-you-can-learn-from- them/?fbclid=IwAR0fDlGbrpUGM2MnhCKyMGbdfxtzmhGfsCWvd_UXqo3luheC4hjmtIh8J90#47336a314c9c
  17. 17. 17 Top 5 Leadership Theories - Project Management Training https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I49T7eteX 28 ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho MBA 101 Leadership, Path Goal Theory Contingency Models https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XklyhJI035I
  18. 18. 18 Group 6: Leader Member Exchange Theory https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaeBgSon eaE ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho 5 ways to be an Innovative leader https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fBsONPWcqM
  19. 19. 19 The Four Behaviors Of Innovative Leaders | Forbes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmkcGqZIZp 8 ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho Where The World's Most Innovative Companies Get New Ideas | Forbes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xer9x_D5VEs
  20. 20. 20 Harvard Business School‘s Linda Hill: How collaborative leadership delivers sustainable innovation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DanqXMDEV Uk ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho Innovative Leaders Make Innovative Companies - Hal Gregersen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvtkQ3qhfcI &t=36s
  21. 21. 21 Gary Hamel at Dell: How are leaders innovating today? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xO_sgdc_jTs ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho Israel: A Leader in Business Innovation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHLyANG mLjQ
  22. 22. 22 Innovative Leadership: Scott Galloway, MBA 92, serial founder https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QN9FWjxSO KU&t=127s ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho Speed up Innovation with Design Thinking | Guido Stompff | TEDxVenlo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBxZC9I6x yk
  23. 23. 23 Top 5 Innovative Leaders and Their Management Tips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaT_2ZH5UR E ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho Jeff Bezos - Billionaire Documentary - Amazon, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Mindset https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Mx4Q1lX 39Y
  24. 24. What’s more in Managing Innovation & Technology Transfer • Innovation Culture • Technology Transfer ©2019DrJosephK.K.Ho 24
  25. 25. STAY TUNED Empowered by CHS Consultancy | Knowledge Management josephkkho.com

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