The three essential traits of successful innovators

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“If you want something new, you have to stop doing something old.”  – Peter F. Drucker In the past, it was through great commanders’ examples that leadership principles were implicitly described and taught. “Innovation” was core in their values, as by introducing lasting changes they could leave a sign in the history. During the cold war, “leaders” were associated to absolutism and this evolved our concept of leadership. Besides, global “recovery and reconstruction” demanded more leaders in business and politics, and the world experienced an industrialization of leadership: theories and methodologies have been developed to define leaders’ traits, beyond their…...

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Flavio Aliberti Flavio Aliberti brings with him a 23-year track record in consulting around business intelligence, change management, strategy, M&A transformation, IT and SOX auditing for high regulated domains, like Insurance, Airlines, Trade Associations, Automotive, and Pharma. He holds an MSc in Space Aeronautic Engineering from the University of Naples and an MSc in Advanced Information Technology and Business Management from the University of Wales.