With update-to-date reviews of the current research and literature on women’s entrepreneurship, this is the first book of its kind to address entrepreneurial coaching for women as a development tool.
This is a book for planners, policy-makers, project managers and team leaders working anywhere outside the commercial sector. It’s a guide to visioning, planning, funding, starting, running, sustaining and reporting on an effective innovation initiative.
This book offers a first stand-alone practical guide to how to realise transformative potential at scale. It offers six elements for policymakers, funders and innovators:
‘Leading Innovation, Creativity and Enterprise’ offers a unique synthesis of theory and practice in the art of creating great ideas and converting them into profitable innovations in business. In exploring questions around igniting and fostering creativity, this new title demonstrates how to encourage and lead creative teams, as well as how to build an enduring and innovative company culture.
Business growth is a clear goal for ambitious entrepreneurs and leaders. It’s often a short hand for business – and wider economic – success. But it’s not without its pitfalls and challenges, and planning for, and managing, a growing business needs careful thought.
Take, for example, the start-up facing for the first time the need to balance flexibility with more structure. Or a larger business tackling a range of divisions evolving at different speeds.
All too often, change efforts fail to deliver on their promise. However it is possible to turn an organization around quickly to create a new future — one where people think and behave differently and deliver extraordinary results together. Whether you are the chairman, a board director or an aspiring senior executive, The Little Black Book of Change provides a practical, concise and insightful guide to understanding your organization and inventing something extraordinary.