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Decision Making Reflection Form Directions: Select a high-stakes situation in which you must make a decision, or a situation in the past that required you to make a decision. Examples could include the decision to attend college, selecting your major, pursuing a graduate degree, playing collegiate sports, or a workplace related decision, etc. Refer to the resources provided in this topic and apply […]
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LDR-462 The IDEAL Problem-Solving Method The purpose of this assignment is to apply the IDEAL problem-solving method to relevant business scenarios. Professionals recognize the need to integrate problem solving skills in the work environment. The IDEAL problem-solving method developed by Bradford and Stein is implemented by Identifying the problem, Defining the problem, Exploring strategies, Acting on ideas, and Learning from experience. Review the “Problem Solving […]
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Why might a business opt to combine “closed” and “open” sources in its ideation and innovation activities?
Informative Essay on Servant Leadership Various organizations employ different forms of leadership in creating value for their business. Examples of such kind of leadership styles include transformational, transactional, and servant. Notably, servant leadership is unique because it is not mainly focused on profits and growth but rather on employees or followers. Notably, this leadership style has existed for a long time, but Robert Greenleaf reinvigorated […]
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What is an intrapreneur?
Why might a business opt to combine “closed” and “open” sources in its ideation and innovation activities? Intrapreneurs are self-motivated, proactive and action-oriented individuals who take the initiative to turn an idea into a profitable finished product through risk taking. Intrapreneurs are typically employees within an organization. An intrapreneur recognizes that failure of a project has no personal cost but rather the […]
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Servant Leadership, Ethics, and Entrepreneurism Stahl, B. C., Timmermans, J., & Flick, C. (2017). Ethics of Emerging Information and Communication Technologies on the implementation of responsible research and innovation. Science and Public Policy, 44(3), 369-381, https://doi.org/10.1093/scipol/scw069 The journal article delves into Information Communication Technology. It reveals that though these new set tools offer great capabilities to accomplish tasks, they pose great ethical and social issues that must […]
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Systems Thinking and its Benefits Systems thinking refers to the process of understanding or gaining knowledge of how the things that are regarded as systems affects one another within a whole (Goodman & Dingli, 2017). The systems thinking principles influences how businesses nature great ideas when interpreting innovation and creativeness. The major benefits of systems thinking in innovation process include: Major Benefits of Systems Thinking […]
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Resistance to Change Essay There are multiple causes of resistance to change. The principal factor influencing transformation implementation success or failure is communication since internal connection affects workers’ support for the proposed change (Palmer et al., 2017; Neill et al., 2019). Employees often resist a reform where there are transparency issues. In this case, transfiguration becomes problematic when there is information distortion or a lack […]
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A Review of Servant Leadership and Followership Leadership and followership are usually two separate concepts, but without the other, neither may exist. The easiest way to get a simple distinction between servant leadership and followership is through the popular saying that all leaders are followers but not all followers are leaders. In his essay, The Servant as Leader, Robert Greenleaf (2002) describes a Servant leader […]
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Sir John Alexander Macdonald was born in January 1815 to Hugh Macdonald and Helen Shaw in Scotland. He was the first prime minister of the Dominion of Canada. He served as prime minister for two terms. The first one was between 1867 to 1873, while the second one was between 1878 to 1891. Before his rule, Canada was a patchwork of colonies, but by his […]
Servant Leadership Vs. Followership: Compare and Contrast Essay The common saying that all leaders are followers but not all followers are leaders, can best be used to illustrate the difference between servant leadership and followership. Generally, leadership and followership are two distinct terms but none can exist without the other. Epitropaki, Kark, Mainemelis & Lord (2017) note that leadership is an art, and therefore, it […]