Practical Ways to Lead an Innovative Organization
Modern Management Made Easy, Book 3
by Johanna Rothman
Want to create a culture of innovation? Work as management teams and
encourage learning and experimentation.
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Would you like your organization to innovate more? Start with your
management practices. You might never have seen innovation in
management. You are not alone. Learn to create an environment where
people can innovate. See how to use the organization’s purpose to manage
for better outcomes. Free people to work better and faster. Based on
research and backed up by personal stories, you’ll see how modern
managers practice innovation. Through questions and stories, learn how
- Create management teamwork at all levels;
- Reduce management decision time;
- Manage for effectiveness to promote innovation;
- Plan by value;
- Welcome experiments and learn from them;
- Move from change management to embracing change;
- And much more.
With its question and myth, each chapter offers you options to rethink
how you can create management innovation. Change your practices and free
the people to deliver better outcomes. Become a modern manager. Learn to
lead an innovative organization.
What You Need
- 1. Encourage Management Innovation
- 2. Does Management Require Practice?
- 3. Should We Treat Everyone the Same Way?
- 4. Must We Manage Performance?
- 5. Which Teams are the Best?
- 6. Does Competition Between Teams or Managers Work?
- 7. What Kind of Physical Space Works?
- 8. Don’t We Need Estimates to Plan?
- 9. Must We Utilize Everyone at 100%?
- 10. Can’t I Move People From Project to Project?
- 11. Don’t People Already Know How to Do Their Jobs?
- 12. Doesn’t Lower Salaries Mean Lower Project Cost?
- 13. Who Has the Power to Decide?
- 14. Isn’t the Organization a Well-Oiled Machine?
- 15. Where’s the Quick Fix or Silver Bullet?
- 16. Where Will You Start Leading an Innovative Organization?
- 17. Annotated Bibliography
Johanna Rothman, known as the “Pragmatic Manager,” offers frank
advice for your tough problems. She helps leaders and teams do
reasonable things that work. Equipped with that knowledge, they can then
decide how to adapt their product development. With her trademark
practicality and humor, Johanna is the author of 18 books about many
aspects of product development. Find her Pragmatic Manager newsletter,
articles, and blogs at jrothman.com and