What can leadership teams do to reduce the risk of group think and increase the potential for innovation within their organisations? How can they deliver breakthrough thinking and make smarter collective decisions?
The definitive work on diversity of thinking and inclusive leadership, Which Two Heads Are Better Than One? provides a proven formula.
Blending cutting-edge research and highly practical tips, Juliet Bourke challenges mainstream assumptions about diversity of thinking, and delivers a comprehensive framework to help ensure boards and executive teams see scenarios broadly, discuss options thoroughly, mitigate biases effectively and operate inclusively.
This new edition is a must-read for any leader looking to create genuinely diverse thinking groups, and packed with contemporary case studies ranging from the response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Asia to the Netflix $1million competition solution and the Volkswagen emissions scandal.
After a decade or more of research telling us that diversity can deliver significant benefits, at last we have an evidence-based roadmap for how. I love this book.
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