Over a three Year period the Founder Institute conducted a survey accross 1500 of its applicants, it matched personality traits with revene growth and market traction to establish the true DNA of the Entrepreneur. See the results here in this infographic.
Review of the article "Patterns of Industrial Innovation" written by W. J. Abernathy and J. M. Utterback. This article mentions innovation phases, areas and priorities that differ according to the types and sizes of the innovators.
Everyone agrees that being authentic is a key ingredient to successful leadership, but what does it really mean? Is being authentic really that important? One could define authentic as: not false or copied; trustworthy; valid.
The successful leader in the fast moving “new world” has learnt that they must harness the creative power of their whole organisation to obtain or maintain success. It is only through this creative partnership that the organisation will have a lasting future.
In the postdigtal enterprise, analytics, mobile, social, cloud and cyber will become the new basis for competition. This coming change presents an opportunity for the CIO to become the CEO's most trusted adviser.
Review of the article "The Art of High-Technology Management" written by Modesto A. Maidique and Robert H. Hayes. However, the article was written in 1984, its advices and implications are still up-to-date.
Another arena within which chaos theory is useful is that of organizations. Applying chaos theory to organizational behavior allows theorists to take a step back from the management of day-to-day activities and see how organizations function as unified systems. An organization is a classic example of a nonlinear system.