Index

Leadership and Organization in the Innovation Economy

ISBN: 978-1-78973-858-2, eISBN: 978-1-78973-857-5

Publication date: 11 July 2019

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Johannessen, J.-A. (2019), "Index", Leadership and Organization in the Innovation Economy, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 127-130. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-78973-857-520191010

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INDEX

Ambidextrous
, 25, 34, 81

Ambidextrous organizations
, 81

Ambiguity
, 2, 20, 43

Analysis
, 23, 28–29, 42–43, 64, 66, 119

Antisocial behavior
, 12

Armstrong
, 86

Aspects

aspect seeing
, 92

negative aspects
, 57

objective aspects
, 92

operations
, 28

positive aspects
, 57

professional aspects
, 102

subjective aspects
, 92

Asplund’s Motivation Theory
, 81, 88

Audit
, 1, 19

Availability
, 81

Boudon-Coleman diagram
, 82, 90, 94

Bystander effect
, 40, 41, 46

Capabilities
, 74, 82, 83

Cascades
, 81

Case letter
, 24–33

Certainty effect
, 123

Change

adapt
, 74–75

behavioral changes
, 117

changing perspectives
, 65

criticism
, 58

emotions
, 66

feedback
, 58

innovation
, 20, 55, 82, 86

myths
, 64–65

positive attitudes
, 65

qualitative changes
, 23

radical changes
, 66–67

reports
, 28

social change
, 93, 94

social integration
, 55

stability
, 20, 25, 85, 115

systemic thinking
, 94

values
, 67–68

Circular organization
, 9

Cohesive energy
, 82–83

Collective blindness
, 83

Competence
, 83

action competence
, 99

core competence
, 83

emotional competence
, 26

global competence network
, 84, 85

Complexity
, 10, 71, 106

Concept
, 20, 38, 81–95

Conscience
, 88

Control

goal-driven management ideology
, 3

measures
, 20

mechanisms
, 31

problem solution
, 114

Creative destruction
, 20–22

Creativity

innovation
, 1, 54, 53

creativity
, 20, 83

programs
, 25, 29, 108, 112, 119

Crowding innovation
, 32

Design
, 1, 3, 7, 9, 86, 103

Discontinuous innovations
, 83

Distinctions
, 1, 19

Dynamic capabilities
, 82, 83

Emerge

innovations
, 8, 22, 32, 47, 84, 85

systemic thinking
, 92, 107, 113, 115, 120, 123

Emergent
, 84

Entrepreneurial spirit
, 84

Evidence
, 84

Failures
, 31

Feedback

behavior and making
, 67, 84

potential customers
, 33

substantiated feedback
, 28

Feed-forward
, 84

Framing
, 71, 112, 115

Front line focus
, 84

Function
, 41, 119, 123

Future

leaders
, 5–15

perfect thinking
, 13, 63, 69–76

Goal-driven management
, 1, 2, 3, 5, 19, 33

Goals
, 1, 5, 19, 37, 51, 63

GRIT
, 10, 11

Hamel’s Law of Innovation
, 20, 21, 28, 85

Helping others
, 6, 52–56

Hidden
, 85

History’s “slow fields”
, 85–86

HR department
, 81, 85, 91

HR management (HRM)
, 86, 91

HR practices
, 86

Idea
, 2, 7, 9, 20, 21, 26–29

analysis
, 28

changes
, 93

creative ideas
, 122

idea development phase
, 29

idea management
, 34, 85

idea selection
, 29–31

self-reinforcing mechanism
, 124

splitting up ideas
, 125

Implicit
, 3, 6, 86, 88

Implicit knowledge
, 86

Indicators
, 1, 19, 31–32, 104, 114

Individual

aggressive individuals
, 39

brave individuals
, 40

individual mind
, 119

individual organizations
, 30

passengers
, 85

Information

ambiguous information
, 43, 86

information input overload
, 86–87

knowledge
, 9

Innovation

cocreation innovation
, 32

crowding innovation
, 32

discontinuous innovations
, 83

innovation management
, 1

open innovation
, 32

strategic innovation management
, 3, 6, 8–12, 19–36

Innovation processes
, 7, 14, 86

Innovative culture
, 52

Interactive planning
, 19, 90

Isolation effect
, 59

Kaizen
, 87

Knowledge

business
, 6

enterprises
, 88

organizations
, 3, 54

society
, 60, 83

Knowledge economy
, 6, 81, 84, 88

Knowledge workers
, 87

creativity of
, 6

performance of
, 3

productivity of
, 3

Leadership

behavior
, 20

parameters
, 1

Leadership paradigm shift
, 5

Leadership tools
, 10, 20

Management

goal-driven
, 5, 6, 7

HR management
, 86

new public
, 1–3

performance
, 6

strategic innovation
, 8–11, 19–34

tool
, 54, 59

Management logic
, 58

Market
, 116

innovations
, 85

mobile phone
, 24

Mini-theory
, 64

Modularization
, 88, 106–107

Necessary and sufficient conditions
, 55, 88

New public management
, 1–3, 5, 10–11

Norm police
, 6, 53

North’s Action Theory
, 81, 88

OECD
, 85, 87

Organization

ambidextrous
, 34, 81

efficiency and productivity
, 33

individual
, 30

innovation
, 1, 20

knowledge
, 3

management of
, 2

operational capabilities
, 82

purpose of
, 3

“ripple effect,” 54

Paradigms
, 5

Paradox
, 30, 32, 45, 56, 112

Patents
, 31

Performance

indicators
, 3, 6

knowledge workers
, 3

Performance management
, 2, 5

Perspective
, 26

diversity of
, 28

knowledge-based
, 95

of others
, 44–45

shift
, 64–69

systemic
, 90, 104

Power
, 11, 53, 83, 93, 125

Productivity
, 3, 28, 32, 34

Proposition
, 81–82, 88, 92

Prosocial
, 51, 54

Prosocial behavior
, 12–13, 51–60

Prospect theory
, 70, 73

Public

management
, 1–3

and private organizations
, 24

sectors
, 85

Punctuation
, 88, 94

Randomness
, 105, 113, 115, 116

Reflection effect
, 20, 43, 101

Reflection tasks

curiosity
, 65, 66, 67, 68, 73

leaders role
, 5, 8, 13, 14, 15

moral courage
, 38, 41, 47

prosocial behavior
, 54, 55, 59

strategic innovation management
, 21, 23, 26, 32

Requisite variety
, 2, 20

Resistance to change
, 70, 74

Ressentiment
, 88–89

Rigidity
, 9, 20, 25, 68, 85

Ripple effect
, 54

Self-harm
, 89

Self-interest
, 51, 52

Self-management
, 10, 55

Stability
, 9, 20, 25, 85, 115

Staccato-behavior
, 90

Statement
, 67

law
, 89

simple
, 31

Strategic innovation leadership
, 26

Strategic innovation management
, 8–11, 19–34

Strategy

effective
, 14

“Future Perfect Thinking,” 76

“Leonardo da Vinci,” 71

“mixed strategy,” 82

pedagogical
, 41, 103–126

Structure

assessment reports
, 28

collective structures
, 122

language
, 106

semifeudal
, 82

Student reflection task

curiosity
, 65, 66, 67, 68, 73

leaders role
, 5, 8, 13, 14, 15

moral courage
, 38, 41, 47

prosocial behavior
, 54, 55, 59

strategic innovation management
, 21, 23, 26, 32

Subsystems
, 90, 93, 119

Suffering
, 39, 44, 53, 88

Systemic thinking
, 72, 91–95

Theory
, 95

Asplund’s theory
, 81

Beer’s theory
, 9

Miller’s theory
, 9

North’s action theory
, 88

prospect theory
, 70

Tools

exercises
, 101–102

goal-driven management
, 19

guidance
, 101

lectures
, 101

management tool
, 54, 57, 59

new public management
, 1, 3

presentations
, 101–102

project diary
, 101

Transition
, 20, 60

Turbulence
, 2, 10

Two-sided organizations
, 114

Viable systems
, 8, 9

Will
, 89

Zero tolerance
, 54