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LDR531 Team Assignment Week 5 Creative Organizations And Strategic Change

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Running head: CREATIVE ORGANIZATIONS AND STRATEGIC CHANGE
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Creative Organizations and Strategic Change
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CREATIVE ORGANIZATIONS AND STRATEGIC CHANGE
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Creative Organizations and Strategic Change
Reactive leadership defines itself from the outside-in. External expectations are
everything to this kind of leader and are represented by how effectively they allocate resources
such as time, money, and employees. The inner game is the internal operating system and, like a
computer, cannot be seen, but would fail without it. The inner game runs the outer. Businesses
who rely solely on outer game competencies are destined to remain in mediocrity cycling
through highs and lows but always settling back to where they started. The inner game is that
iceberg on the horizon that looks innocent enough but has enough power beneath the surface to
sink large ships. Creative companies who operate from the inside out have no limitations and
have the vision to fulfill their potential. Our team will provide two substantive comments each
discussing why an organization could be considered creative and will explore alternative views.
Substantive Comment #1
Executive Leadership teams throughout today’s business world must formulate their
organizations strategic goals and plans around the use of technology. In order for any business
organization to be successful and expand, they must be able to communicate with their
customers (Kokemuller, 2017). One way for these organizations to reach the masses is through
the use of social media websites. These internet websites have exploded in size and complexity
as computer technology has advanced. Businesses have recognized that human beings are social
creatures and the creation of such sites as Facebook, Google, Twitter, Linked-In, Pinterest,
Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, Flickr, Reddit, and Snapchat have made the world a smaller place.
These social website platforms are a great avenue for businesses to promote their goods and
services (Maina, 2017). These websites have allowed for businesses to be creative in how they
market products and services and have expanded audiences that are potential customers (Maina,

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Running head: CREATIVE ORGANIZATIONS AND STRATEGIC CHANGE Creative Organizations and Strategic Change LDR/531 April 05, 2018 1 CREATIVE ORGANIZATIONS AND STRATEGIC CHANGE 2 Creative Organizations and Strategic Change Reactive leadership defines itself from the outside-in. External expectations are everything to this kind of leader and are represented by how effectively they allocate resources such as time, money, and employees. The inner game is the internal operating system and, like a computer, cannot be seen, but would fail without it. The inner game runs the outer. Businesses who rely solely on outer game competencies are destined to remain in mediocrity cycling through highs and lows but always settling back to where they started. The inner game is that iceberg on the horizon that looks innocent enough but has enough power beneath the surface to sink large ships. Creative companies who operate from the inside out have no limitations and have the vision to fulfill their potential. Our team will provide two substantive comments each discussing why an organization could be considered creative and will explore alternative views. Substantive Comment #1 Executive Leadership teams throughout today’s business world must formulate their organizations strategic goals and plans around the use of technology. In order for any business organization to be successful and expand, they must be able to communicate with their customers (Kokemuller, 2017). One way for these organizat ...
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