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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.  
  • Gep@rbap 2012 final version rbap

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    2. 2. Leadership and InnovationEssentialelements inanyorganization Page 1
    3. 3. 1st Part – Leadership and Leadership Qualities2nd Part – Innovation Page 2
    4. 4. The only definition of a leaderis someone who has followers. – Peter Drucker Page 3
    5. 5. “Leadership is influence –nothing more, nothingless.” - John Maxwell Page 4
    6. 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
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    8. 8. Leaders from theirpersonal life:• Relatives• Coaches• Teachers• Supervisors Page 7
    9. 9. Romance of LeadersFranklin Roosevelt Winston Churchill Nelson Mandela Page 8
    10. 10. 5 Leadership Qualities Page 9
    11. 11. Leadership QualitiesIntegrity andHonesty ascorefoundations Page 10
    12. 12. • Core Foundations of leadership• Integrity – integration of outward action and inner values Page 11
    13. 13. • Walking your talk• Practicing what you preach• Putting your conviction to action Page 12
    14. 14. True authority is born from respect for the good characterand trustworthiness of the person who leads. Page 13
    15. 15. Consensus Builder Page 14
    16. 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. 17. Makes rightdecisions Page 16
    18. 18. • Act as driving force to implement decision• Not fall in the analysis- paralysis trap• Swift to decide Page 17
    19. 19. Effective Communicator Page 18
    20. 20. • Able to get vision across• Rally people to right direction• Listening• Connecting with the heart Page 19
    21. 21. Excellentcustomerservice Page 20
    22. 22. • Provide customers with the kind of service they rightfully deserve Page 21
    23. 23. Leadership Qualities• Integrity and Honesty• Consensus Builder• Makes Right Decisions• Effective Communicator • Values Customer Service Page 22
    24. 24. As a Leader• Stretch yourself• Build on your strength• Inspire growth among your people Page 23
    25. 25. TakeawayThought• Leadership develops from the inside out – on a daily progression. Page 24
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    27. 27. 3fundamental innovationstrategies Page 26
    28. 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. 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. 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. 33. APPLE: Benchmark of Innovation Page 32
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    35. 35. • Apple II went to market in 1977 with $2.7 million sales • In 1984, Apple introduced the Macintosh Page 34
    36. 36. • In 1997, Steve Jobs returned as Chairman and CEO Page 35
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    41. 41. • Top 50 Most Innovative Companies• 2010 Cosmetic Innovator of the Year• 2009 Best Product Innovation and Social Responsibility Page 40
    42. 42. Avon: Beauty and Innovation Page 41
    43. 43. 2 out of 5 women worldwidepurchased Avon products in 2011 Page 42
    44. 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. 45. David McConnell Page 44
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    50. 50. MarketReaders • Pay attention to what customers look for in the products they choose • Track technology trends that help create that differentiation Page 49
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    52. 52. • Defines innovation as “incremental process”• To make things better on a daily basis• KAIZEN Principle – continuous improvement Page 51
    53. 53. • Short and steady gains• Innovation is everyone’s responsibility• Looks at the long term Page 52
    54. 54. Toyota Prius Page 53
    55. 55. • Full hybrid » gasoline-powered engine » Battery-powered motor• Launched in 1997, year when UN adopted the Kyoto Protocol Page 54
    56. 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. 57. Technology Drivers• Drive breakthrough innovation and incremental change• Trailblazers and market movers create new demand Page 56
    58. 58. Mark Zuckerberg Founder of the world’s largest social networking site 14th richest man in the US Page 57
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    60. 60. • More page views than Google• If a nation, world’s 3rd largest• Took 2 years to reach 50 M users Page 59
    61. 61. • Taps into the human psyche• Connects people • Chronicles life Page 60
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    63. 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. 64. “I am here to build somethingfor the long term … Anythingelse is a distraction.” Mark Zuckerberg Page 63
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    66. 66. “If you’re notfailingevery now and then, it’sa sign you are notdoing anything veryinnovative.” Woody Allen Page 65
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    68. 68. • Strength of spirit• Courage of soul• Determined mind Page 67
    69. 69. “Progress occurs whencourageous, skillfulleaders seize theopportunity to changethings for the better.” Harry Truman Page 68
    70. 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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