MELBOURNE, Australia, May 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Using insights from more than 2000 years of game-change, an iBook "Ideas Breaking Through: Be a Game-Changer" shows how to add value in our organizations by upgrading the role of ideas. It is for decision-makers who seek to produce great outcomes. The new approach, by executive mentor Dr. Glenn Rothberg, arises from corporate and doctoral research.
Here are some of the highlights.
Idea Problems among Management Practices and Stakeholders
Breakthroughs, and the ideas upon which they depend, have always been a key feature of civilization's major advances. Yet, mainstream management of organizations is not based on models of ideas or breakthrough, but on models of 'command and control'. That is, problems for ideas appear to be built in to the way we manage. These problems can starve organizations of fresh ideas, and restrain unconventional thinking and differentiation. So, Ideas Breaking Through suggests both our management practices, and our stakeholders (audiences, customers, decision-makers, entrepreneurs, senior executives and colleagues), tend to suffer from an unintended ideas gap. While ideas may be embedded, forgotten, or suppressed, key problem areas are witnessed among: best practice, fragmentation, communication, and morale.
Idea Activity Solution Framework
While there are problems for ideas in our organizations, Ideas Breaking Through offers a solution: an ideas-based framework. It is called a "Breakthrough Passage". The framework draws upon what game-changers do to achieve their solutions as they reconstruct, and usually improve upon, what came before. So, what game-changers do - their idea activity - can be used to identify and fix an ideas gap in our organizations.
Replicate and Fix
To lift the role of ideas and help overcome resistance, any informed decision-maker can replicate the tools, principles, and combinations outlined in Ideas Breaking Through. In this way, if required, virtually every aspect of how mainstream management approaches organizational performance can be repaired or refurbished. The opportunity is to add value in any industry, company, workplace, sector, discipline, region, community, or nation.
Dynamic Heart of Management
The new 'Breakthrough Passage' framework shows how ideas are present at the dynamic heart of management practices and stakeholder performance. This includes: vision, leadership, strategy, finance, competence, productivity, results, quality, marketing and innovation.
The idea behind Ideas Breaking Through is to help explain and remove idea gaps in organizations, and add value. The new ideas-based approach enables decision-makers, in their particular circumstances, to acquire game-changer skills, and enter this special world. They can learn at their own pace. For an overview, (either as an illustrated 200-page online iBook, or as a stand-alone course) check out the samples, and the video clip.
About the Author
Author Dr. Glenn Rothberg has corporate, consulting, human resource, mentoring, and international negotiation experience, and his qualifications include a Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA).
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