Basadur Applied Innovation launches a ground breaking new study to determine the preferred thinking style of innovative leaders around the world.
In conjunction with a recent article published in the Harvard Business Review, we are undertaking one of our most exciting initiatives in innovation.
We are curious to know, do those interested in applying innovation in organizations share a similar thinking style?
4 TYPES OF INNOVATORS EVERY ORGANIZATION NEEDS
The Basadur Profile scientifically measures the preferred styles of people and how they think in innovative or problem-solving processes.
There are 4 Styles Required To Solve Problems or Innovate Well: Generators, Conceptualizers, Optimizers, and Implementers.
Please Note: No one style is “better than the other”. To take an idea from start to finish, all 4 styles are required to innovate successfully. Regardless of your preferred style, you are a well needed part of any team.
*If you would like to learn more about the Basadur Profile, please refer to this Harvard Business Review Article on the 4 types of leaders every business needs. Click Here
Which one are you?
In a broader global audience, we have identified that:
37% of the world population are considered to be implementers and only 18% of the broader population are Generators.
As leaders in innovation, it’s not only important to understand your style, but those on your team.
The structure of a team can determine the difference between the success and failure of a company initiative.
Innovation starts with you. How do you prefer to think during innovative endeavors?
Yours In Innovation
Steven Thode – Co-Lead Innovative Leaders Study (Generator – See My Report)
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