Thriving on Collaborative Genius

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Why do some organizations thrive and others wither or fail? What are the attributes of leaders that will help create dynamic organizations? How can organizations become more responsive, collaborative, and creative?

Thriving on Collaborative Genius answers these questions and more, compiling ten years of essays on creative collaboration from Partners for Innovation-the training company that equips people to ...

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Overview

Why do some organizations thrive and others wither or fail? What are the attributes of leaders that will help create dynamic organizations? How can organizations become more responsive, collaborative, and creative?

Thriving on Collaborative Genius answers these questions and more, compiling ten years of essays on creative collaboration from Partners for Innovation-the training company that equips people to create vital and resilient organizations.

In today's brutal and unpredictable economies,
organizations must engage the collective creativity of their people to thrive.

This book tells you how.

Thriving on Collaborative Genius is the fruit of years of experience with organizations of all kinds. It gets to the heart of what creates successful, vital, creative and enduring organizations.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781449980726
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/17/2010
  • Pages: 268
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.56 (d)

Meet the Author

Trained as an artist and an architect, schooled in business administration, and devoted to life-long learning in psychology, philosophy, and religion, James Johnston is an entrepreneur and author passionate about creating community and developing the unique potential of people. He is co-founder of Partners for Innovation Inc. (www.partnersfi.com) a training company that develops collaborative genius in organizations; and the founder of Gift Compass Inc. (www.GiftsCompass.com) a company that provides a self-awareness inventory for navigating personal growth and development. He is the author of The Call Within, a guide to finding and following inner spiritual guidance; Jung's Compass of Psychological Types, a guide to Jung's types and their application for becoming whole; Joshua, The Light of the World, a chronological story from the four Gospels that emphasizes Jesus' positive message for individuals.
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