Leading Innovation and change
Critical Literature Review of Theories of Innovation, Change, and Leadership of Innovation and Change
This assignment reviews the theories of innovation and change as well as those of leadership of innovation and change. Being constant features in human affairs be it social, economic or political even in their classical form, they are guided by frameworks and theories – rich and diverse – developed by seminal thinkers, most of which have passed through continual dissection and reinterpretation. Their increasing consensus on fundamental issues they tackle has made them to become universally recognized concepts. However, since certain expectations underpin the way in which academic endeavours operate, a constant assessment of the values of the works they report therefore becomes essential. It is in this spirit that the assignment urges the writer to carry the assessment forward by reviewing the theories in a critical manner. Ordinarily, interpreting signals from authors who intelligently presented their views with conviction can take a critical reviewer to one of two extremes or both – being either uncritical and so accept everything or overcritical and in it reject all. To this, this assignment urges the writer’s reasonable skepticism, which enjoins one to strike a reasonable balance between one’s own ideas and those reviewed. This in essence implies being in the frame of trying to see if there is more in a text than is presented in the surface. Exercising discretion in favour of this reasoning has not only met the requirements of academic tradition, but also considerably ordered the coloration of the literature review undertaken here. This paper further examines the theories developed to harness leadership, its operational frameworks and the limitations of leadership towards a given objective. The modules so far covered in this programme, resource materials provided and further research into the theories and dynamics of innovation, change and leadership have opened a great vista to the writer’s understanding of the subject matter, and to the interplay of these forces as well as the interactions between them. It has also made it possible for the writer’s personal experiences in two change situations undertaken long before now, to be reviewed and leadership skills assessed. The matching of experiences with the theoretical foundations erected and the depth of knowledge so far gained has made this possible. The conclusion drawn at the end of this endeavour, has also benefitted from these notable contributions, in spite of also being the outcome of research.
Table of Contents
INNOVATION, CHANGE AND LEADERSHIP:
CASE STUDY – EXAMPLES OF PERSONALLY EXPERIENCED CHANGE SITUATIONS.
Successful change undertaken.
ANALYSIS OF THE CHANGE
Less successful change undertaken.
ANALYSIS OF THE CHANGE
ASSESSMENT OF WRITER’S LEADERSHIP SKILLS
Innovation, change and the leadership of both are striking phenomenon of the immediate and unremitting challenges before us in every sphere of human life. They have varied galaxies. The writer finds available academic resources on it – textbooks, journals and websites – very apt and fundamental as referenced. Focus is primarily on the leadership of “change” in the larger world of governmental organisation, writer’s primary constituency, where personal reflections are referenced.
Seemingly different as the galaxies of organizational leadership of innovation and change may be, as the theories examination reveals, most prescriptions given for their care nevertheless fit into the pathology of symptoms characteristic of governmental challenges. Increased knowledge based “change”...
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