Learning to Lead Collective Creativity, Part II: Leading So That No One Is Following

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Learning to Lead Collective Creativity, Part II: Leading So That No One Is Following

Advisor
Posted June 24, 2010 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies

In our previous Advisor (“Learning to Lead Collective Creativity from Miles Davis,” 13 May 2010), we considered jazz legend Miles Davis’s minimalist management style as an example of leading collective creativity through the focused energy of presence. By guiding attention to the intensity of the work, he made space for musicians to alternately take the lead and to develop their responsiveness to one another and the unfolding event of music.