Index

Jon-Arild Johannessen (Nord University, Norway and Kristiania University College, Norway)
Hanne Stokvik (Nord University, Norway)

Evidence-Based Innovation Leadership

ISBN: 978-1-78769-636-5, eISBN: 978-1-78769-635-8

Publication date: 30 November 2018

This content is currently only available as a PDF

Citation

Johannessen, J. and Stokvik, H. (2018), "Index", Evidence-Based Innovation Leadership, Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 197-201. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-78769-635-820181010

Download as .RIS

Publisher

:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Copyright © 2019 by Emerald Publishing Limited


INDEX

Actual actions
, 35

Agile organizations
, 53

Allocation. See Resource allocation

Ambidextrous organizations
, 155

Anti-benchmarking
, 184

Asplund’ s motivation theory
, 155

Autocatalysis
, 194–196

Availability cascades
, 155

Availability proposition
, 155

Awareness
, 146

Behavioral perspective
, 156

Benchmarking
, 53, 54, 184

Bi-associations
, 136, 137

Blue ocean strategy
, 7, 122

Boudon–Coleman diagram
, 156

Bunge
, 156, 163, 165

Bus analogy
, 73

Business cycles
, 95

Business process
, 14–15

Capabilities

dynamic capabilities
, 156, 157

innovation capabilities
, 15, 21

operational capabilities
, 156

organizational capability
, 156

organizational level
, 128

Case letter
, 156

Category errors
, 190–191

Co-creation
, 108, 157, 191–194

Cohesive energy
, 156–157

Collective blindness
, 157

Collective structures
, 192

Communities
, 13–14

Communities of purpose
, 13–14, 73

Competence

core competence
, 157

global competence network
, 158–159

relational competence
, 12–13

Competence networks
, 47

Conceptualization process
, 103, 104

Continuous improvement
, 123

Contrapreneurs
, 72

Cooperation
, 108

Coordination logic
, 101

Core competence
, 157

Corporate entrepreneurship
, 49

Creative chaos
, 144, 159

Creative destruction
, 38–39, 130, 144

Creative energy fields

blue ocean
, 7

communities of purpose
, 8

conceptual model
, 136

drivers
, 73

expectations
, 8

hot spots
, 7

innovation process
, 145

organization
, 86

principles
, 8

strategies
, 8, 73

technology
, 73

Creativity

creative energy fields
, 7–9

destruction
, 3–4

innovation
, 14–15

De-colonization process
, 52

Deep acting
, 148

Discontinuous innovations
, 157

Disney Method
, 177

Dynamic capabilities
, 156, 157

Emergences
, 59, 64

Emergent
, 158

Enactment
, 139–140

Entrepreneur

basic experiences
, 29–30

entrepreneurial action
, 29–32

knowledge base
, 32–37

learning implementation
, 41–45

risk
, 37–39

uncertainty
, 37–39

wealth-creation action
, 30–32

Entrepreneurial action

basic
, 29–30

creative destruction
, 3–4

individualism
, 32

innovation management
, 2–4

uncertainty
, 33, 37

wealth-creation action
, 30–32

Entrepreneurial spirit
, 158

Erosion
, 51–53

Evidence based
, 157

Explicit knowledge
, 33, 34, 35, 99, 157

Explosions
, 178–179

Extreme customer-focus
, 75

FASIT
, 53, 54, 86

Feedback
, 158

Feed-forward
, 158

Finding connections
, 182–184

Flame of innovation
, 83–84

Flexible business models
, 77

Front-line focus
, 158

Front-line organization
, 48, 49

Frozen pyramid organizations
, 48

Global clusters of expertise

cooperation and cocreation
, 102

coordination logic
, 101

purpose
, 102

types
, 109

Global competence networks
, 158–159

Global competition
, 118

Global knowledge economy
, 96

Global market
, 103–106

Halo effects
, 146

Hamel’s Law of Innovation
, 159

Hidden knowledge
, 33, 99, 159

High-tech value creation
, 95–112

High-tech wealth creation

conditions for
, 9–10

innovation culture public policy
, 10

organizing
, 11–12

relational competence
, 12–13

History’s “slow fields,” 159

Hot spots
, 7, 80, 135, 144

HR management
, 159–160

Idea generation

bus analogy
, 74

communities of purpose
, 73

creative energy fields
, 73

extreme customer-focus
, 75

intervention points function
, 80–81

learning implementation
, 85–89

planning
, 74–76

rule breakers
, 71, 76–79

vision
, 73

wild ideas
, 75

Implicit knowledge
, 34, 99, 160

Incremental innovations
, 117, 123, 125

Independent entrepreneurship
, 49

Individualism
, 31–32

Individual level

bi-association
, 137

precise in an equivocal manner
, 137–138

pre-vocal knowledge
, 137–138

Information and communication technology (ICT)
, 11

Information input overload
, 160

Infostructure
, 54–55, 160–161

Infrastructure
, 54

Innovation leader as an expert
, 138–139, 147

Innovation leadership

characteristics
, 5

entrepreneurs
, 135

individual level
, 137–138

intrapreneur
, 135

relational level
, 138–143

spirit
, 143

system
, 5–6

Innovation leader’s network
, 142–143

Innovation leader’s reputation
, 140–142, 148

Innovations

blue ocean
, 7

business process
, 14–15

capabilities
, 21

communities
, 13–14

continuous improvement
, 123, 124

creative destruction
, 3–4

creative energy fields (See Creative energy fields)

culture public policy
, 10

entrepreneurial action
, 2–3

global competition
, 118

high-tech value creation (See also High-tech value creation)
, 97

high-tech wealth creation (See High-tech wealth creation)

hot spots
, 7

idea generation (See also Idea generation)
, 161

incremental innovations
, 117

innovation leaders
, 1

innovative leadership
, 4–5

institutional innovations
, 103

leadership
, 2

learning implemention
, 16–24

management
, 1–24

organizations
, 1, 121–123

participants
, 119–121

radical innovations
, 117, 123–125

value creation (See Value creation)

Innovative clusters
, 158

Institutional innovations
, 58

Interactive processes
, 55

Intervention points function
, 80–81

Kaizen
, 161

Knowledge
, 32–37

base
, 32–37

definition
, 161

domains
, 34

explicit
, 33, 34, 35, 99, 157

hidden
, 33, 99, 159

implicit
, 34, 99, 160

methodology
, 40

pre-vocal
, 137–138, 145, 146

tacit
, 33, 34, 99, 168

Knowledge-based perspective
, 168

Knowledge enterprise
, 161

Knowledge integration
, 98

Knowledge management
, 161

Knowledge window
, 107, 108

Knowledge worker
, 161

Lego bricks

Disney Method
, 177

groups
, 177

Lego logic
, 62

Lego organization
, 111

Locomotive effect
, 161

Low-cost countries
, 110

Making sense
, 146

Management

blue ocean
, 7

business process
, 14–15

communities
, 13–14

creative destruction
, 3–4

creative energy fields (See Creative energy fields)

entrepreneur
, 27–45

entrepreneurial action
, 2–3

high-tech wealth creation (See High-tech wealth creation)

hot spots
, 7

innovation
, 1–24

innovation leaders
, 1

innovative leadership
, 4–5

leadership
, 2

organizations
, 1

Maverick’s law
, 75

Microgroups
, 193

Modular flexibility
, 162

Modularization
, 161

Necessary conditions
, 162

New knowledge

development and application
, 96

elements
, 96

New market
, 96, 104

North’ s action theory
, 162

Operational capabilities
, 156

Opportunity
, 33, 35, 36

Organizational capability
, 156

Organizational requirements
, 96

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
, 10, 158

Organizations

agile organizations
, 53

ambidextrous organizations
, 155

changes
, 76

creative energy fields (See Creative energy fields)

flexible business models
, 77

front-line organization
, 48, 49

frozen pyramid organizations
, 48

global clusters of expertise
, 109

global space
, 104

innovation
, 121–123

innovation temperatures
, 82–83

reputation
, 119

rule-breaking organizations
, 77–78

social mechanism
, 50

tacit knowledge
, 99

uncertainty
, 76

virtual organizations
, 112

Paradigm shifts
, 95

Perceived chaos
, 51

Power Law of Innovation
, 119, 120

Precise in an equivocal manner
, 137–138

Predictability
, 53–54

Preparation
, 35

Presenting oneself
, 148

Previously unthought-of knowledge
, 99

Pre-vocal knowledge
, 137–138, 145, 146

Primary task
, 162

Proposition
, 162

Prime movers
, 79

Psychological gain
, 188

Punctuation
, 162

Radical innovations

discontinuous changes
, 124

“super” profits
, 123

Recombine
, 180–182

Relational competence
, 12–13

Relational level
, 138–143

Reputation

employees and management’s
, 150

good reputation
, 150

innovation leader’s reputation
, 140–142

organization’s reputation
, 119, 126

Rigid systems
, 53

Risk
, 37–39

Resource allocation
, 122, 128, 140, 150

Resource-based perspective
, 168

Rule breakers
, 71, 76–79

Rule-breaking organizations
, 77–78

Self-fulfilling prophecy
, 187–188

Sense making
, 146

Sense of direction
, 103

Shifting perspectives
, 173–176

Simulated creative destruction
, 131

Sisyphean task
, 54

Skilled leadership
, 5

Social atomization
, 48

Slow fields of history
, 159

Social laws
, 162

Social mechanism
, 50, 163

Social system
, 163–164

Specialist knowledge
, 98

Staccato-behavior (erratic behavior)
, 164

Stability
, 53–54

Stable core
, 60–61

Strategic HR management
, 164

Sufficient conditions
, 162

Suggestions boxes
, 126

Surface acting
, 148

Syntegration teams
, 192–193

Systemic strategy
, 189–191

Systemic thinking
, 164

Tacit knowledge
, 33, 34, 99, 168

Technology
, 48

Theory
, 168

Thinking creatively

autocatalysis
, 194–196

co-creation
, 191–194

dialectically and parallel
, 184–186

finding connections
, 182–184

recombine
, 180–182

removing context
, 186–189

shifting perspective
, 173–176

systemic strategy
, 189–191

visualize how you think
, 176–178

volumes, not quantities
, 178–179

Time-lag
, 51

Uncertainty
, 37–39

Unconventional thinking
, 129

Universal comparison
, 54

Value creation processes

competence networks
, 47

erosion
, 51–53

experience collapses
, 49–51

front-line organization
, 48, 49

frozen pyramid organizations
, 48

high-tech value creation
, 57–59

innovations emergences
, 59, 64

learning implementation
, 60–65

new processes
, 54–57

predictability
, 53–54

social atomization
, 48

stability
, 53–54

value community
, 57

value dialogue
, 57

value network
, 57

value workshop
, 57

Viable System Model
, 137

Vision
, 73

Wealth-creation action

conditions
, 30

entrepreneurial freedom
, 31

individualism
, 31–32

social system
, 32

Wild ideas
, 75