Culture, Teams & Leadership

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Culture, Teams & Leadership Summary

While strategies, processes, and tools are important for product innovation success, ultimately it is people that really matter. Culture, teams and leadership covers:

  • what is organization culture and the importance of developing the right culture of innovation;
  • what is required to achieve a high performing team, and what team structures are appropriate in specific situations.
  • the roles and responsibilities of management and the characteristics of good leaders.

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