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The Innovative Team: Unleashing Creative Potential for Breakthrough Results by Gerard J. Puccio, Chris Grivas

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Chapter 15

Assisting Acceptance

Over the next week, the main team got their subteams together to work on developing the idea groupings they felt were key for their client. After using POINt as their main method of analysis, most of the teams found that they required additional information to further flesh out the main ideas. Globalization needed information on international law. Staffing required the demographic information of current Consolidated employees. Supply chain needed more information on current Consolidated suppliers and began looking at redundancies and cost comparisons. All team leaders, having now experienced the breakthrough thinking process, were able to move their teams through it efficiently. The workable ideas within each ...

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