In this final issue of JSL, we offer six articles of great interest.
The first article by Paul Dannar offers an alternate approach to organizational design to create synergy and value.
The next generation of innovators, the Millennials, find meaning in value creation.
Thriving organizations of the future will value “Millennovators” - Millennial innovators.
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Using Organizational Design to Move Beyond the Explore/Exploit Conundrum Paul R.
Valuing every member of the organization and mentoring each one as a leader in an environment of leaders empowers innovators.
Organizational cultures valuing people, along with their creativity and passions, will be innovation leaders.
Next, David Stehlik delves into effective organizational innovation and its dependence on the alignment of three key areas: culture, leadership, and organization design.
Teresa Moon provides our third article as she takes a look at mentoring the next generation of innovators, which she calls “Millennovators.” Closely examining IBM and Enron, David Boiselle compares and contrasts their organizational cultures, structures and leader-follower relationships to reveal the importance of values leadership.