By : ADLI ALIMI BIN ABDUL RAHMAN
LEADERSHIP IN EDUCATION
•Involves synthesizing different leadership styles in
organizations to influence employees to produce
creative ideas, products, services and solutions.
•Roots in Path-GoalTheory & Leader-Member
RESEARCH VS INNOVATION
•Research usually cost a lot of money, while
innovation can be done with limited budgets.
•Research is based on well-established scientific
principles, while Innovation result from unique
ways of looking at problems that produce
original solutions or combines existing ideas to
form an unique solutions.
QUALITIES OF INNOVATIVE LEADERS
•Passion for innovation.
•A long-term perspective.
•The courage to fail and learn from failure.
•Deep engagement with the innovators.
•Willingness to tolerate mavericks and defend them from
• (BILL GEORGE, 2012)
• Since joining Google in 2001, Eric Schmidt has helped grow the company
from a SiliconValley startup to a global leader in technology.
• As executive chairman, he is responsible for the external matters of Google:
building partnerships and broader business relationships, government
outreach and technology thought leadership, as well as advising the CEO
and senior leadership on business and policy issues.
• From 2001-2011, Eric served as Google’s chief executive officer, overseeing
the company’s technical and business strategy alongside founders Sergey
Brin and Larry Page. Under his leadership, Google dramatically scaled its
infrastructure and diversified its product offerings while maintaining a
strong culture of innovation.
•Prior to joining Google, Eric was the chairman and CEO
of Novell and chief technology officer at Sun
Microsystems, Inc. Previously, he served on the research
staff at Xerox Palo Alto ResearchCenter (PARC), Bell
Laboratories and Zilog.
•He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering
from Princeton University as well as a master’s degree
and Ph.D. in computer science from the University of
• Eric is a member of the President’s Council of Advisors on
Science andTechnology and the Prime Minister’s Advisory
Council in the U.K.
• He was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in
2006 and inducted into the American Academy of Arts and
Sciences as a fellow in 2007.
• He also chairs the board of the New America Foundation,
and since 2008 has been a trustee of the Institute for
Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey. In May 2012, Eric
became a member of Khan Academy’s board of directors and
in 2013 he joined the board ofThe Economist.
1) Focus on the user and all else will follow.
2) It’s best to do one thing really, really well.
3) Fast is better than slow.
4)Democracy on the web works.
5) You don’t need to be at your desk to need an answer.
6)You can make money without doing evil.
7) There’s always more information out there.
8)The need for information crosses all borders.
9)You can be serious without a suit.
10)Great just isn’t good enough.
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