Tuesday, October 25, 2016

[RED DEMOCRATICA] Spotlight on Driving Innovation, Reinvention, and Success


Q&A with PLD Faculty Chair Michael L. Tushman | Program for Leadership Development | How to Make the Other Side Play Fair
October 25, 2016
Forward ⋅   Sign Up ⋅   Web Version
Sponsored Content
Spotlight on Driving Innovation, Reinvention, and Success
How do market-leading companies stay at the forefront of change? By reinventing themselves says Michael L. Tushman, faculty chair of Harvard Business School Executive Education's Program for Leadership Development (PLD). This issue explores how PLD can help companies fuel a powerful pipeline of visionary leaders, and examines a proven strategy for reaching fair agreements in tough negotiations.
Featured Article
Sponsored Content from Harvard Business School Executive Education
Q&A with PLD Faculty Chair Michael L. Tushman
Winning companies know that innovation is all about reinvention--renewing a business, a process, an organization, or a product line. But most important, it's about reinventing yourself. "The Program for Leadership Development is based on the notion of personal reinvention," explains PLD faculty chair Michael L. Tushman. "You can't renew your organization if you're not prepared to renew yourself." In this recent Q&A, he delves into the many ways that ongoing leadership development can build next-generation leaders who drive innovation streams and sustain competitive advantage. Read more.
LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Google+ Email
Additional Resources
Sponsored Content from Harvard Business School Executive Education
Program for Leadership Development
An accelerated alternative to an executive MBA, PLD helps companies transform high-potential managers into visionary leaders. You'll take a deep dive into the fundamentals of cross-functional management and resurface with a broader view of your business and the marketplace--and with a personal action plan for advancing your career and organization. Learn more and apply.
LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Google+ Email
How to Make the Other Side Play Fair
How can negotiators who want to be fair ensure that the other party will be reasonable? That question inspired the authors of this Harvard Business Review article to develop the "final-offer arbitration challenge”—a proven strategy for reaching fair agreements in legal disputes, contested insurance claims, and other adversarial negotiations. Read more.
LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Google+ Email
Related News from SmartBrief
Your work habits should evolve as you advance
As your career progresses, you may need to lengthen the timelines on your projects and converse more with your boss about strategy instead of execution, writes Danielle Merfeld, a technology director at GE Global Research. Embrace the role of a coach and encourage others to become coaches themselves.
Fast Company online (9/28) 
LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Google+ Email
Be patient: Great ideas take time to develop
To bring any idea to the marketplace requires not just an original product or service, but the commitment to do the work even when it's not glamorous, writes Valeria Maltoni. Instead of rushing ahead with a project, Maltoni counsels leaders to give themselves the time and space they need to tweak their product or service and allow for creativity.
Conversation Agent (9/28) 
LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Google+ Email
Use empathy to get past work conflicts
Work conflicts can be fixed quickly when empathy and forgiveness are emphasized, according to a study. Offering forgiveness to a transgressor who seeks it can help to resolve the bad feelings that arise from conflicts, said Gabrielle Adams, an assistant professor at London Business School.
The New York Times (free-article access for SmartBrief readers) (10/8) 
LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Google+ Email
Do you want to lead or do you just want the title?
Becoming a leader means you have to decide what your new priorities are, and whether the promotion is worth the change in roles, says Teri Carstensen, president of bank solutions at Fiserv. "Are those requirements of the next role things I like and want to do, or am I just taking that job because I want an increase or a different title or something different?" she says.
SmartBrief/Leadership (9/30) 
LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Google+ Email
3 things to focus on if you want to be a leader
If you want to be a leader, it's important to begin acting like one before taking on more important roles, says Herminia Ibarra, a professor of leadership at the INSEAD School of Business. Three things to focus on include being innovative in a current position, broadening a network of industry connections and trying new things.
Inc. online (free registration) (9/28) 
LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Google+ Email
Company Profile
Harvard Business School Executive Education offers more than 80 open-enrollment programs, taught by world-renowned faculty using the HBS case study method. Immersed in a dynamic learning environment, top executives from around the world work together to address current issues and anticipate future challenges. Senior executives emerge with the global perspectives and strategic skills to drive higher performance and deliver greater results throughout their organization and their career. Learn more.
LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Google+ Email
About this email: SmartBrief will occasionally send emails from our business partners promoting products and services likely to be of interest and relevance to our readers. The content of these messages does not necessarily reflect the view of SmartBrief or its Association partners. If you do not want to receive these emails from SmartBrief, you can unsubscribe from them by clicking here.
Advertising: Laura Thompson   
Jobs Contact: jobhelp@smartbrief.com    
Editor: Sam Taute   
Mailing Address:
SmartBrief, Inc.®, 555 11th ST NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20004
© 1999-2016 SmartBrief, Inc.®
Privacy policy |  Legal Information


Posted by: "SmartBrief on Your Career" <yourcareer@smartbrief.com>
Reply via web post Reply to sender Reply to group Start a New Topic Messages in this topic (1)

Have you tried the highest rated email app?
With 4.5 stars in iTunes, the Yahoo Mail app is the highest rated email app on the market. What are you waiting for? Now you can access all your inboxes (Gmail, Outlook, AOL and more) in one place. Never delete an email again with 1000GB of free cloud storage.

Red Democratica 18 years &quot;On line&quot; (1998-2016)!
Boletin Diario :
Blog : Http://reddemocratica01.blogspot.com
Foro Debate :

Twitter: Http://www.twitter.com/red_democratica
Facebook : Http://www.facebook.com/red.democratica.7


Celebrando 18 anos &quot;On Line&quot;..2016

Keep the candle burning

I have a dream

Antiguo Portal : Http://tpsipol.home-page.org

Para enviar un message , enviar a: eleccion@yahoogroups.com
Para suscribirse al Forum , enviar un mensaje a : eleccion-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
Para salir del Forum, enviar un mensaje en blanco : eleccion-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com



No comments:

Post a Comment