Disruptive Leadership for Organizations: Strategies & Innovations in a Digitalized Economy
Aimed as much at the neophyte as at the insider who questions why intellectual property rights (IPRs) matter in the digital age and the corporate strategies in the digitalised economy, this book approaches with perspicacity the development of disruptive mechanisms for organisations and IPR-centric leadership. The book is focused on organisations and a management systems perspective.
The book identifies the technical practices and proposes multi-level strategies to promote disruptive leadership and encourage growth. The book then addresses the fundamentals of innovation and technology governance, from the production of ideas to the distribution of innovative products or services, including prototyping, financing, industrialisation and so on. It presents recent challenges, including open innovation, creativity and design thinking, and innovation of business models, placing them in the context of knowledge and the collaborative economy.
The ambition of the book is to propose a framework for thought and action to the manager, which is composed of five walls - organisational creativity, intellectual property, financing, manufacturing and design of innovation - brought together under one roof, the business model of the technology. This device in which the manager must fit is situated in the strategy of his company and is to be embedded in a specific macroeconomic space.
- Publisher: Routledge Chapman & Hall
- Publish Date: Jan 29th, 2024
- Pages: 440
- Language: English
- Dimensions: 9.21in - 6.14in - 0.91in - 1.38lb
- EAN: 9781032211459
- Categories: • Management - General• Corporate Governance• Entrepreneurship
About the Author
Prof. Post-Dr. Walter Amedzro St-Hilaire is the author of more than 20 books and 40 scientific articles. His specialisation areas include portfolio management (bank, telecom, health, energy and agribusiness), project management, entrepreneurship policies, corporate and technology governance, business technology, strategic management, business economics, risk management, economic infrastructures, public administration, international development and applied economics. He has taught at universities including HEC-Montreal (Canada), University of Ottawa (Canada), Northwestern University (USA) and George Washington University (USA). He has served as chief resources economist and principal officer of procurement operations (UEB United European Bank) and as a technical advisor on economic strategies and policy development (World Bank). He is also a projects economics and financial business expert for several institutions and international organisations.