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Chapter from: "Manager's Toolkit: The 13 Skills Managers Need to Succeed"
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: 2006

Abstract

Individuals are the source of most innovative ideas, but teams of people working together are an organization's best instruments for turning those ideas into marketable products and services. You, as a manager, must learn how to act in this setting, where you cannot be the boss, finding a collaborative way to contribute and support your colleagues. This chapter teaches you that skill. This chapter is excerpted from ‘Manager's Toolkit: The 13 Skills Managers Need to Succeed'.

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Abstract

Individuals are the source of most innovative ideas, but teams of people working together are an organization's best instruments for turning those ideas into marketable products and services. You, as a manager, must learn how to act in this setting, where you cannot be the boss, finding a collaborative way to contribute and support your colleagues. This chapter teaches you that skill. This chapter is excerpted from ‘Manager's Toolkit: The 13 Skills Managers Need to Succeed'.

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