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Leading Latino Talent to Champion Innovation

Author : Vinny Caraballo
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This book is a study on how to unlock the innovative potential of the US Latino workforce. It goes beyond diversity by looking into how this emerging segment of the workforce views, accepts, and embraces innovation. This topic is important because innovation emanates from human beings, and cultural influences will determine how innovation is defined. Latinos will make up 31 percent of the US workforce by the year 2050. A significant part of the country’s knowledge workers will come from this demographic. Understanding how to unlock the innovative capabilities of Latinos is important for companies that want to differentiate themselves through an innovative workforce. The book combines empirically based research from our Project Impact study, and proven practical application using the ENOVALE methodology. This book will benefit management professionals and business students for several reasons. First, it goes beyond diversity, and provides management with definitive answers on how Latinos accept and react to innovation imperatives. The book also provides tools and methods to help manage the workforce to achieve innovative results.

Innovation Project Management Handbook

Author : Dr.Gregory C. McLaughlin
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Innovation Project Management Handbook provides organizational leaders and decision-makers with a cadre of agile, disciplined, and transformational tools and processes for improving innovation opportunity outcomes and achieving sustained innovation project success. The authors introduce new tools and processes developed over their decades of work i

Dubai The Epicenter of Modern Innovation

Author : William R. Kennedy
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International and global in nature, Dubai - The Epicenter of Modern Innovation: A Guide to Implementing Innovation Strategies provides a roadmap for the successful implementation of innovation for companies and businesses currently working in the Middle East, the UAE, and more specifically, Dubai. The discussion focuses on implementing sustained innovation success within several industry segments, while identifying past, current, and future innovation-related successes that are leading to Dubai's rise as the epicenter of innovation in the Middle East and most notably, the world. The authors share key innovation leadership philosophies from Sheikh Mohammed bin Al Maktoum, recognized business leaders, and the highest levels in the UAE. This book: Features key leadership and innovation insights relative from the highest levels of government, including Sheikh Mohammed bin Al Maktoum and multiple UAE ministry officials. Focuses on the United Arab Emirates (UAE), most specifically, Dubai and the Nation’s preparation for hosting World Expo 2020. Contains numerous examples of past, present, and future innovations in Dubai. Provides an easy to implement innovation process management methodology, which has been tested to work in various businesses and organizations. Authored by individuals who have 'on the ground' experience living and working with the chief architects of Dubai's innovation vision and strategy. This book will attempt to take the reader through the construct of this new innovative revolution, particularly in Dubai, and provide a bird’s-eye view of how it came about. Most notably, the discussion will walk the reader through key milestones instrumental to Dubai’s success—such as the present and past leadership, culture, strategy, and strategic vision. In addition, the discussion will present an industry agnostic, agile and progressive approach to building and leading successful innovation teams through to a successful project out-come and the attributes of good innovation leadership.

A Guide to Innovation Processes and Solutions for Government

Author : DBA, Gregory C. McLaughlin
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In todays knowledge-driven global environment, fueled by an ever-increasing appetite for timely information, decision makers and senior leaders across all government agencies are seeking new ways to boost efficiencies. A Guide to Innovation Processes and Solutions in Government provides a roadmap for successful implementation of innovation for gov

Unlocking Sustained Innovation Success in Healthcare

Author : Gregory C. McLaughlin
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Outlining the critical need to apply innovation to reduce costs and improve efficiency in the healthcare industry, Unlocking Sustained Innovation Success in Healthcare explains why innovation management is a must for all healthcare organizations. It describes how innovation, when implemented as a strategy, can yield sustainable success. This book is the first in a series that examines how ENOVALETM innovation process management operates for a specific market group. The ENOVALE process integrates practical innovation management techniques and scholarly research. Supplying insights garnered through research conducted at the Project Impact Institute, the authors present their own innovation process management technology that enables innovation to flow upward from individuals within your organization. They also detail a strategy for ensuring effective innovation process management and project success. The book demonstrates how the ENOVALE process is used and how it can provide for innovation success in the healthcare sector. Numerous examples of various healthcare businesses and practices illustrate the key principles and practices of the ENOVALE process. The book includes a chapter on leadership in the healthcare sector that demonstrates how to apply the methodologies discussed to achieve sustained success. It also includes a chapter on innovation and the individual that explains how companies, organizations, and non-profits can benefit from the ENOVALE approach. Describing how high-performing organizations can create a strategy and build a culture of innovation and learning, the book includes extensive citations of authors in the field who add value and justification for the practices covered in the text. After reading the book, you will gain an understanding of how to foster and apply the power of innovation to reduce costs, while increasing the quality of care provided in your healthcare organization.

Black Enterprise

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BLACK ENTERPRISE is the ultimate source for wealth creation for African American professionals, entrepreneurs and corporate executives. Every month, BLACK ENTERPRISE delivers timely, useful information on careers, small business and personal finance.

Ebony

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EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.

Latin American Economic Outlook 2008

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This first OECD Latin American Economic Outlook provides original insights and comparative indicators on four key issues: fiscal performance and democratic legitimacy, pension fund reform, telecommunications access, and trade with China and India.

Popular Mechanics

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Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them master the modern world. Whether it’s practical DIY home-improvement tips, gadgets and digital technology, information on the newest cars or the latest breakthroughs in science -- PM is the ultimate guide to our high-tech lifestyle.

The New Talent Acquisition Frontier

Author : Edna Chun
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Awarded a Silver Medal in the category Human Resources and Employee Training from the 2014 Axiom Business Book Awards • Create the inclusive, high performance workforce needed to succeed in an increasing multicultural society and global marketplace • Learn how global organizations and leading professional associations develop integrated HR/diversity talent strategies, and the specific challenges they face • Get practical tools to assess integrated HR/diversity strategic planning, and see why organizations are not making more diversity progress • Develop specific performance indicators to track your progress in implementing synergistic HR/diversity approaches • Case studies of SHRM, federal and state government, global corporations, and higher education illustrate systematic, integrated HR/diversity efforts For HR professionals and leaders, chief diversity officers, line managers, and executives in the private and public sectors and higher education, this book presents a systematic approach to integrating HR practices and strategic diversity initiatives to create the inclusive, high performance workforce that every enterprise and institution needs to succeed in an increasingly multicultural society and global marketplace. The authors’ point of departure is that talent is the primary strategic asset necessary for organizational survival and success in a demographically diversifying and globally interconnected world. Organizations seeking to attain their full potential in this new talent frontier must optimize their human capital resources by the deliberate development of synergy between human resource (HR) and diversity programs. Failure to integrate and coordinate these two functions will erode organizational competitiveness, whether it is in developing new markets, products, programs, or services. As the first book to provide a concrete roadmap to integrated HR and diversity strategy, the authors identify two critical practices: talent management through the orchestration of HR and diversity programs to enhance organizational capability by unleashing, mobilizing, nurturing, and sustaining the contributions of a diverse and talented workforce; and talent sustainability through the close integration of HR and diversity to continuously develop systems, structures, processes, and a culture that heighten employee commitment, engagement, and inclusion. They further believe that there should be a commonality of practice across all types of organizations, and that each sector can learn from the others to accelerate its adaptation to today’s rapidly shifting national and global realities. Based on the most current research and on interviews with HR and diversity leaders in major organizations, this book provides the reader with concrete strategies and practical tools for implementing a successful and sustainable talent management program. It also addresses common barriers to the development of synergistic HR and diversity strategy, and how to overcome them. Given the evolutionary nature of the integration of HR and diversity, the authors present nine extensive case studies from all organizational sectors, as well as from the two leading Human Resource professional associations – the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR) – to illustrate the dynamic intersection between HR and diversity practices.