Part I sets out the principles that underlie team performance. Part II shows how to train teams to become more creative. Finally, in Part III, the authors demonstrate their ideas in action with real-life examples from a wide variety of organizational settings. They emphasize throughout the role of leadership in stimulating creativity and innovation, and they explain how to inject new dynamism into existing organizational systems and practices.We will now review some of the most common mapping techniques, beginning with our favourite, the spider diagram. ... TO PRODUCE A SPIDER DIAGRAM 1 Turn the paper sideways (you can make more use of the space) . 2 Start writing in anbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook for Creative Team Leaders|
|Author||:||Tudor Rickards, Susan Moger|
|Publisher||:||Gower Publishing, Ltd. - 1999|