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The Innovation Expedition

Author : Gijs van Wulfen
ISBN : 9063693133
Genre : Design
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First book that presents a visual toolkit for the front end of innovation.
Category: Design

Leadership For Evidence Based Innovation In Nursing And Health Professions

Author : Daniel Weberg
ISBN : 9781284099416
Genre : Medical
File Size : 88.25 MB
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Leadership for Evidence-Based Innovation in Nursing and Health Professions addresses the core competencies and behaviors required to be an innovative leader. This text fulfills the market need for an advanced practice resource focused on how to address new and emerging sources of evidence-based practice that can inform, translate and scale the complexity of leading innovation in healthcare organizations. Leadership for Evidence-Based Innovation in Nursing and Health Professions takes a patient-centered approach, discusses the perspectives on the dynamic of innovation and evidence as well as emerging competencies for leaders of healthcare innovation. To address the core competencies the text is expertly organized into four sections: I. Addresses the current landscape of evidence in innovation II. Examines new sources of evidence including technology and big data III. Discusses strategies for measuring innovation at a variety of system levels IV. Provides strategies to synthesize and disseminate evidence to advance innovation in healthcare. Key Features: • Teaches students how to mine and manage large data sets • Connects the idea of evidence-based practice to leadership practice • Addresses the gap in the knowledge base around research
Category: Medical

Rethinking Innovation Driving Dramatic Improvements In Organizational Performance Through Focused Innovation

Author : Stephen Murgatroyd, PhD FBPsS FRSA
ISBN : 9781105887048
Genre : Business & Economics
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Our Ongoing Search to Understand and Enable the Practice of Innovation to Drive Improved Organizational Performance The Innovation Expedition was launched on April 1, 1991 at the Banff Centre in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The Banff Centre is a world class centre for the arts, leadership, innovation and mathematics. It is also a gathering place for cross boundary imagineers. Since that time, the Expedition (now a private company) has been engaged in a global search for innovative ideas, individuals, organizations, projects and products concerned with nurturing the change leaders required to both build high performing organizations in the new knowledge-
Category: Business & Economics

Renaissance Leadership

Author : Stephen Murgatroyd
ISBN : 9780557958672
Genre :
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The Innovation Expedition describes Renaissance Leaders as high integrity individuals with sensitive self-awareness and a passion both for driving high performance in their organizations and for helping to make their communities and the world a better place. These leaders have a sense of history and an unusual capacity for viewing the world holistically, for practicing systems thinking, for injecting a global and a future's perspective into present challenges, for honouring diversity, and for drawing on ideas and best practices from diverse disciplines and economic sectors. They also demonstrate an ability to take the input from these various disciplines, synthesize it and integrate it for application to a specific complex task. Finally, they have mastered the art of demonstrating grace under pressure, and of inspiring others to have the courage to collaborate and innovate in order to dramatically improve organizational performance.
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Managing Innovation

Author : Joe Tidd
ISBN : 9781119379454
Genre : Business & Economics
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Managing Innovation is the bestselling text for graduate and undergraduate students and a classic in the field. Emphasizing practical, evidence based tools and resources, this title provides students with the knowledge base to successfully manage innovation, technology, and new product development. The holistic approach addresses the interplay between the markets, technology, and the organization, while relating the unique skill set required to manage innovation and innovation processes. The sixth edition of Managing Innovation continues to include the popular Innovation in Action sections in each chapter which are now newly titled Case Studies, and also features a number of new cases, updated and new research notes and references, and links to videos, audio interviews, activities, and case studies. The sixth edition also features new material on emerging innovation themes, including business model innovation, user innovation, crowd-sourcing, creativity, entrepreneurship, service innovation, public services, and more. The rapid pace of the field's evolution has brought an increase in multi-disciplinary approaches and skills, while expanding the available tool kit and pushing the boundaries of possibility forward. This text provides expert navigation through the abundance of new data, new methods, new concepts, and approaches but it is designed to encourage and support tailored experimentation, not replace it. Equipped with a strong foundation and a productive innovation management mindset, todays students will be equipped to bring about the eras next great advances.
Category: Business & Economics

Inspiration For Innovation

Author : Gijs Van Wulfen
ISBN : 9063694962
Genre : Creative ability in business
File Size : 50.22 MB
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Inspires you how to develop an innovative mindset, start innovation in practice, ideate new ideas, create a culture for innovation and how to implement innovation projects.
Category: Creative ability in business

Rethinking Education

Author : Stephen Murgatroyd
ISBN : 9781105094224
Genre : Education
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This publication represents the first of a series of books that will profile some of the forward thinking work being undertaken by leading education researchers and policy experts focused on transforming the face of public education and the future of Alberta. The Co-creating a Learning Alberta book series is a partnership with leading public policy thinkers and the Alberta Teachers' Association that flows from the public lecture series called "Learning our Way to the Next Alberta." Since its inception in 2004, this lecture series has drawn over 5,000 participants and continues to push our thinking about the hopes and possibilities for the future of this province and is profiled at www.learningourway.ca. In these public lectures, three questions have come to dominate the conversations about the future of the Alberta: What is the Alberta that the world needs to see? What kind of Albertans do we need to become to get us there? and How will leadership in learning help us become our best selves?
Category: Education

Expedition Agroparks

Author : Peter J.A.M. Smeets
ISBN : 9789086867196
Genre : Science
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This book is the result of several years of expedition into the development of metropolitan FoodClusters. The author's fascination for the agricultural landscapes in and around metropolises led him to the conclusion that improving the efficiency of agriculture is the most effective way to safeguard the quality of such landscapes. The wasteful modes of production developed in the past 150 years have led to a serious decline in both the surface area and the quality of the highly valued landscapes. Closing the loops within the agricultural production system and increasing their productivity is therefore the best remedy to arrest this decline. After analysing the development of agriculture against the background of the urbanisation process in today's network society, the focus shifts to research by design on agroparks. These are spatial clusters of agrofunctions and the related economic activities. Agroparks bring together high-productivity plant-based and animal-based production and processing along industrial lines combined with the input of high levels of knowledge and technology. The cycles of water, minerals and gases are skillfully closed and the use of fossil energy is minimised, particularly by the processing of various flows of waste products and by-products. An agropark may therefore be seen as the application of industrial ecology in the agrosector. The scientific aim of this book is to find answers to the questions of whether agroparks contribute to sustainable development in metropolises, how an agropark is developed and how it must be designed. Under examination are seven designs for agroparks, which were created from 2002 onwards in the Netherlands, China and India.
Category: Science

The Innovation Maze

Author : Gijs van Wulfen
ISBN : 9063694105
Genre : Business & Economics
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The Innovation Maze makes innovation simple, delivering a coherent approach to the creation of new business cases.
Category: Business & Economics