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Think Like a Musician: HR Lessons from John Kao

In times of crisis, rapid decisions to take action at a high level of intensity must come from the top Empowerment leads to a culture of collaboration We are most creative when we are driven, not by an external reward or result, but by the enjoyment of the experience itself. Innovation isn't a synonym for "good" THINK LIKE A MUSICIAN: Lessons From John Kao ? John Kao is an accomplished jazz pianist who launched off his musical experience with the likes of Frank Zappa to create programs in innovation at the Harvard Business School. "You need to have freedom from judgment to explore new things. If you laugh at other people's ideas or go to the feasibility questions of how much it is going to cost and how long it is going to take, you're never going to get new ideas." 66 99 tribehr VISIT US AT W WW.TRIBEHR.COM

Think Like a Musician: HR Lessons from John Kao

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John Kao began his career as a musician and academic, and has now become a best-selling author and an advisor to Hillary Clinton. He uses knowledge gleaned from his experience in improvisational jazz ...


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