Leaders have dual roles when managing innovation. In a bottom-up role, they stimulate innovative results as they facilitate ideas and initiative coming from individuals and teams. In a top-down role, leaders are the primary means for the organization to realize its innovation goals and strategies. A fundamental challenge is to balance these two roles.
Ideascale2019-04-30T12:12:10-07:00September 11th, 2013|Categories: Innovation Psychology, Leadership, Organization & Culture|Tags: bottom-up leadership, Creativity, Innovation Culture, innovation leader, Innovation Management, innovation resources, innovation team, motivation, Problem Solving, roles, top-down leadership|