[B] Collective genius: The art and practice of leading innovation
Hill, L. A., Brandeau, G., Truelove, E., & Lineback, K. (2014). HBR Press.
Good teams know how to work collaboratively in solving problems, they know how to do guided learning through discovery, and they know how to integrate decision making in the process… + [TED]
[B] Monster Under the Bed
Davis, S. (2011). Simon and Schuster.
A consequence of the fact that knowledge grows non-stop is the need to reformulate the learning models. A good part of the skills and knowledge we use, particularly the digital one, has not been learned at school, but at home and at work. + [Res.]
[b] A Leader’s Network
Willburn, P., & Cullen, K. (2013). Greensboro: Center for Creative Leadership.
The ability to lead is directly affected by the networks a leader builds, which influence how they share and receive new ideas. + [Note]
[p] Evidence for a Collective Intelligence Factor in the performance of human groups
Woolley, A. W., Chabris, C. F., Pentland, A., Hashmi, N., & Malone, T. W (2010). Science 330.
Researchers found evidence of a general “collective intelligence” factor that explains a group’s performance on a wide variety of tasks. + [Note]
[p] Creativity, clusters and the competitive advantage of cities
Martin, R., Florida, R., Pogue, M., & Mellander, C. (2015). Competitiveness Review, 25(5)
Combining the two lenses, industry and occupation, four major industrial- occupational categories may be identified. + [Note]
[p] Educating higher education students for innovative economies: what international data tell us
Avvisati, F., Jacotin, G., & Vincent-Lancrin, S. (2014). Tuning Journal for Higher Education, 1(1).
Design thinking has inspired various tertiary education institutions and programmes in the world to promote critical skills for the most innovative jobs. + [Note]