Both/And Thinking

Both/And Thinking

Embracing Creative Tensions to Solve Your Toughest Problems

Wendy Smith, Marianne Lewis

$29.99

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Description

How to make more creative, flexible, and impactful decisions with both/and thinking.

  • Based on the authors' own pioneering research on decision-making and paradox.
  • Great, never-before-told stories from people who’ve embraced and/or thinking—i.e, from execs at Lego and IBM to a sixth-generation islander from Fogo who created a popular tourist spot at the end of the world.
  • A bounty of science-backed tools, tricks, and mental models for embracing both/and thinking and applying it at work and at life.

Audience:

  • General business readers who want to enhance their decision-making skills.
  • Leaders and managers who are tasked with making tough decisions on a daily-basis.
  • Innovators, creatives, and entrepreneurs.


Author

Wendy Smith:

Wendy K. Smith is the Emma Smith Morris Professor of Management and academic director of the Women's Leadership Initiative at the University of Delaware's Lerner College of Business & Economics. Her work has won multiple academic awards and been featured in outlets such as Harvard Business Review, Academy of Management Journal, and Organization Science.

Marianne W. Lewis is dean of the University of Cincinnati's Lindner School of Business and a professor of management. She formerly served as dean at Cass Business School in London. Her work has appeared in major outlets such as the New York Times, CNBC, the Financial Times, and Harvard Business Review.

You can find the authors at:
linkedin.com/in/wendykimsmith
linkedin.com/in/marianne-lewis-8214535

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Wendy K. Smith is the Emma Smith Morris Professor of Management and academic director of the Women's Leadership Initiative at the University of Delaware's Lerner College of Business & Economics. Her work has won multiple academic awards and been featured in outlets such as Harvard Business Review, Academy of Management Journal, and Organization Science.

Marianne W. Lewis is dean of the University of Cincinnati's Lindner School of Business and a professor of management. She formerly served as dean at Cass Business School in London. Her work has appeared in major outlets such as the New York Times, CNBC, the Financial Times, and Harvard Business Review.

You can find the authors at:
linkedin.com/in/wendykimsmith
linkedin.com/in/marianne-lewis-8214535

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