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Finding the fruitful intersection of ideas and organisation

Finding the fruitful intersection of ideas and organisation

By By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 18 February 2014 ) Ultimately this blog is a plug for Stephen Cummings handbook of ways that business can fruitfully marry management and creativity.

Along the way it is also an endorsement of the Professor of Management at Victoria University’s Business School, and in particular the part he played in what was Industrial Research Ltd’s former Leadership Development Programme (LDP).

The LDP was essentially an MBA on steroids – condensing into a couple of weeks what often is a two year grind. Stephen was one of the LDP facilitators.

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