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  • Perhaps the most classic example of the need seeker-revolutionaries is the late Steve Jobs, the man behind the success of Apple, the company responsible for the iPhones, iPads, and Macbooks that are widely-used today.  
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    • 1. Page 0
    • 2. Leadership and InnovationEssentialelements inanyorganization Page 1
    • 3. 1st Part – Leadership and Leadership Qualities2nd Part – Innovation Page 2
    • 4. The only definition of a leaderis someone who has followers. – Peter Drucker Page 3
    • 5. “Leadership is influence –nothing more, nothingless.” - John Maxwell Page 4
    • 6. “A function of knowing yourself,having a vision that is wellcommunicated, building trustamong colleagues, and takingeffective action to realize yourown leadership potential.” - Warren Bennis Page 5
    • 7. Page 6
    • 8. Leaders from theirpersonal life:• Relatives• Coaches• Teachers• Supervisors Page 7
    • 9. Romance of LeadersFranklin Roosevelt Winston Churchill Nelson Mandela Page 8
    • 10. 5 Leadership Qualities Page 9
    • 11. Leadership QualitiesIntegrity andHonesty ascorefoundations Page 10
    • 12. • Core Foundations of leadership• Integrity – integration of outward action and inner values Page 11
    • 13. • Walking your talk• Practicing what you preach• Putting your conviction to action Page 12
    • 14. True authority is born from respect for the good characterand trustworthiness of the person who leads. Page 13
    • 15. Consensus Builder Page 14
    • 16. Being able to generateideas, inputs and insightsA leader …… is not daunted by dissentingopinions… welcomes different views… directs the group towards a win-win solution Page 15
    • 17. Makes rightdecisions Page 16
    • 18. • Act as driving force to implement decision• Not fall in the analysis- paralysis trap• Swift to decide Page 17
    • 19. Effective Communicator Page 18
    • 20. • Able to get vision across• Rally people to right direction• Listening• Connecting with the heart Page 19
    • 21. Excellentcustomerservice Page 20
    • 22. • Provide customers with the kind of service they rightfully deserve Page 21
    • 23. Leadership Qualities• Integrity and Honesty• Consensus Builder• Makes Right Decisions• Effective Communicator • Values Customer Service Page 22
    • 24. As a Leader• Stretch yourself• Build on your strength• Inspire growth among your people Page 23
    • 25. TakeawayThought• Leadership develops from the inside out – on a daily progression. Page 24
    • 26. Page 25
    • 27. 3fundamental innovationstrategies Page 26
    • 28. 1. Need Seekers• Shape new products and services based on superior end- user understanding• Leaders see megatrends, market forces, industry shifts Page 27
    • 29. 2. Market Readers• Pursue customers more cautiously• Create value through incremental innovations• Identify new products and services to replace mature contributors Page 28
    • 30. 3. Technology drivers• Develop products their customers may not know they need• Pursue open innovation processes• Scan markets for new technologies to further their pursuit of ideas Page 29
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    • 33. APPLE: Benchmark of Innovation Page 32
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    • 35. • Apple II went to market in 1977 with $2.7 million sales • In 1984, Apple introduced the Macintosh Page 34
    • 36. • In 1997, Steve Jobs returned as Chairman and CEO Page 35
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    • 40. Page 39
    • 41. • Top 50 Most Innovative Companies• 2010 Cosmetic Innovator of the Year• 2009 Best Product Innovation and Social Responsibility Page 40
    • 42. Avon: Beauty and Innovation Page 41
    • 43. 2 out of 5 women worldwidepurchased Avon products in 2011 Page 42
    • 44. • Challenged existing business models• Created a new model more responsive to customers’ needs• Built a “relationship” with customers• Company for women Page 43
    • 45. David McConnell Page 44
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    • 49. Page 48
    • 50. MarketReaders • Pay attention to what customers look for in the products they choose • Track technology trends that help create that differentiation Page 49
    • 51. Page 50
    • 52. • Defines innovation as “incremental process”• To make things better on a daily basis• KAIZEN Principle – continuous improvement Page 51
    • 53. • Short and steady gains• Innovation is everyone’s responsibility• Looks at the long term Page 52
    • 54. Toyota Prius Page 53
    • 55. • Full hybrid » gasoline-powered engine » Battery-powered motor• Launched in 1997, year when UN adopted the Kyoto Protocol Page 54
    • 56. • Reached the US in 2000; became a Hollywood hit• Perfect car for a world under the spell of sustained energy and environmental crisis • 2.5 M Prius sold as of Feb. 2012 worldwide Page 55
    • 57. Technology Drivers• Drive breakthrough innovation and incremental change• Trailblazers and market movers create new demand Page 56
    • 58. Mark Zuckerberg Founder of the world’s largest social networking site 14th richest man in the US Page 57
    • 59. Page 58
    • 60. • More page views than Google• If a nation, world’s 3rd largest• Took 2 years to reach 50 M users Page 59
    • 61. • Taps into the human psyche• Connects people • Chronicles life Page 60
    • 62. Page 61
    • 63. • In 2004, Google expressed interest to buy Facebook• In 2005, Viacom offered $75 M; hiked to $1.5 B• In 2006, Yahoo offered $ 1 B • In 2007, Microsoft offered to invest $15 B Page 62
    • 64. “I am here to build somethingfor the long term … Anythingelse is a distraction.” Mark Zuckerberg Page 63
    • 65. Page 64
    • 66. “If you’re notfailingevery now and then, it’sa sign you are notdoing anything veryinnovative.” Woody Allen Page 65
    • 67. Page 66
    • 68. • Strength of spirit• Courage of soul• Determined mind Page 67
    • 69. “Progress occurs whencourageous, skillfulleaders seize theopportunity to changethings for the better.” Harry Truman Page 68
    • 70. Bringingit home• Heart and soul of a company• Same leadership qualities yesterday, today and tomorrow • Same grit, passion and inspiration for innovation Page 69
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