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by Maria Giudice

  • Author: Maria Giudice
  • ISBN: 0321934393
  • ISBN13: 978-0321934390
  • ePub: 1332 kb | FB2: 1185 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Management & Leadership
  • Publisher: New Riders; 1 edition (September 27, 2013)
  • Pages: 216
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 207
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Rise of the DEO: Leadership by Design (Voices That Matter) ePub download

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These leaders possess characteristics, behaviors and mindsets that allow them to excel in unpredictable, fast-moving and value-charged conditions. They are catalysts for transformation and agents of change

These leaders possess characteristics, behaviors and mindsets that allow them to excel in unpredictable, fast-moving and value-charged conditions. They are catalysts for transformation and agents of change. A hybrid of strategic business executive and creative problem-solver, the DEO is willing to take on anything as an object of design and looks at ALL problems as design challenges. Readers will learn not only why this form of leadership is essential to the success of modern organizations, but also what characteristics are best suited to this role. Through intimate conversations with leading.

com's Maria Giudice Author Page. Rise of the DEO: Leadership by Design (Voices That Matter) Oct 04, 2013. by Maria Giudice, Christopher Ireland. Under Maria's leadership, Hot Studio, the experience design firm she founded in 1997, grew from a two-person outfit into a full-service creative agency with an impressive list of Fortune 500 clients.

After so many books on leadership re-hashing the same old model, The Rise of the DEO speaks of leadership that can . I went to see Maria Giudice and Christopher Reynolds speak on a whim.

After so many books on leadership re-hashing the same old model, The Rise of the DEO speaks of leadership that can move and influence in ways that are changing the world. This book speaks of ways to lead a group that can grow and respond in our ever changing world, a leader that allows others to bring more of themselves to the table and help them become great leaders themselves. They've articulated what I've hoped was possible and have created companies and careers around design that I envy.

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Rise of the DEO. Leadership by Design. A DEO, or Design Executive Officer, is a hybrid. Part strategic business executive and part creative problem solver, the DEO views an organization as a design project that requires both skill sets

Rise of the DEO. Part strategic business executive and part creative problem solver, the DEO views an organization as a design project that requires both skill sets. They see themselves as catalysts for transformation; as agents of cultural change. With this perspective and these abilities, the DEO looks at business problems as design problems, solvable through the right mix of imagination and metrics

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The majority of companies, their employees and their leaders navigate a space where competitors appear overnight, customers demand innovations monthly, business plans rarely last a full year and career ladders have been replaced by trampolines. This environment of constant change will only accelerate in the future and traditional business leaders are ill equipped to deal with it.

Just as we took our cues from MBAs and the military in casting the ideal CEO of the 20th century, we can look to design - in its broadest form - to model our future leader, the DEO. These leaders possess characteristics, behaviors and mindsets that allow them to excel in unpredictable, fast-moving and value-charged conditions. They are catalysts for transformation and agents of change. A hybrid of strategic business executive and creative problem-solver, the DEO is willing to take on anything as an object of design and looks at ALL problems as design challenges.

Readers will learn not only why this form of leadership is essential to the success of modern organizations, but also what characteristics are best suited to this role. Through intimate conversations with leading DEOs, we explore the mindsets, communities, processes and practices common to creative business leaders. The book lays out—graphically and through example—how DEOs run their companies and why this approach makes sense now. We help readers identify these skills in themselves and their colleagues, and we guide them in using these skills to build, revive or reinvent the next generation of great companies and organization.
Makaitist
The Rise of the DEO provides a description of leadership in the design age. It concentrates on laying out all of the positive aspects of leadership with little to no consideration of the realities and compromises reality requires. It is an example of the type of book that everyone will agree with, publicly state that they aspire to be and then go about their normal business. That is why its just an OK book or three stars.

How to become a DEO is the one thing missing from this book. Its also the reason I bought the book and dedicated time to read it.

Please read on before you condemn this review as being from a reactionary, non-innovative or someone who just does not get it. Devotees of design, who accept the principles with little debate, will find this book foundational. Slight skeptics on the other hand will agree that the points the authors make are interesting but they will take the descriptions with a grain of salt and suspect.

Maria Giudice and Christopher Ireland provide a compressive description of a to-be vision for design principles as a model for leadership. The aspiration is a good one, but in execution the DEO book fails to create a blueprint for future leaders. This happens when the book concentrates on delineating a list of design principles and then describing how they apply to leadership. The result is a list of characteristics that are all encompassing to a degree that makes it difficult to see how to become this type of leader. The characteristics make up the chapters of the book and include:

Personal leadership characteristics -- the "ME" as the authors call them:
- Change Agent
- Risk Taker
- System Thinker
- Intuitive
- Socially Intelligent
- GSD-- Getting 'stuff' done

Group leadership characteristics -- the "WE"
- Co-creation
- Networks and Communities
- Crafting Culture
- Care and Feeding
- Place Matters

Leadership for action -- the "DO"
- Positive Passion
- Expertise
- Problem Solving
- Permission to Fail
- Playful Work
- Iterate and Evolve

Leadership from the inside -- the "BE" aspect
- Integrity
- Humility
- Generosity
- Originality

Taking together these 22 characteristics define a rare individual indeed a cross between a number of famous people -- just take your pick. That is where the book delivers and declines to take the next step -- how do you become this type of leader. The authors include a series of Profiles who they consider DEO's which is a great part of the book. Unfortunately much of these write ups talk about the people themselves, their experiences and innate traits which give the reader the idea that DEO's are born rather than being made.

Strengths

Comprehensive in its description and discussion of the manifestation of design traits in leadership

Graphic illustrations of its concepts and points as well as the paths of the profiled leaders

Challenges

The book is written to a design oriented audience, people who already 'get it' so to speak, but that is not the audience who needs to understand and practice these principles.

While the book features several profiles, they do not contain profiles of people who lead in more traditional organizations. This gives the impression that DEO's can only be found in those type of companies rather than in more traditional companies. That means that DEO traits do not matter to all of those people working in 'traditional' companies.
iSlate
I was utterly astonished by the content of this brilliant collaboration of minds and ideas. It is a truly cogent and digestible masterpiece on what has been happening in the design world for quite some time......unfortunately unbeknownst to its "leaders". I found myself circling every other comment and thought and screaming "Yes, yes, yes!" to the logic that spilled from its pages. The graphics, the how to's and the biographical features were all fabulous and extremely comforting. I worked in the design industry for over a decade. I only wish I had run into the types of leaders that this work illustrates. I might still be in the industry today if that were the case. This provocative and instructive book belongs in every public, university, business and design library intent upon succeeding in the 21st century and beyond. It is flabbergasting how much vital information was edited and contained within such a compact piece. It was also gratifying to identify the traits of the majority of favorite people in my life within its pages. Kudos ladies!
Dandr
A clearly articulated and organized book on the power of design thinking in context of business, collaboration and getting good work done. Maria and Christopher ask us to stop thinking about design as a role, or exclusively relegating it to a person, a group, or a particular profession. Instead, they write and use interviews to illustrate the power of design thinking as a strategic and critical necessity in business innovation and management today.

That approach makes this book as accessible and meaningful to someone in a leadership role as it does to an inventor, sales person, manager or graphic designer.

This book is a welcome validation and message for many of us who have been siloed by the outdated "creative ability and business acumen don't mix". I hear them saying "Embrace the power of the creative you are and step up to lead with it." Bravo!
Iell
Awesome read. There are profiles of current "DEOs." It breaks down exactly what type of leader a Design-oriented Executive officer should be, why it's unique and essential, and what the future holds for such a character. It encourages those who love design but have practical minds to seek a career that addresses both passions.
Tall
This is an impressive, well-written and smartly designed overview of a very hot topic. Maria and Christopher stake their reputations on a vision of new leadership that gives up control, collaborates constantly and turns risk into play. They give great and unexpected examples. Fresh thinking! A major accomplishment.
Na
Rise of the DEO is not a traditional leadership book, it is not a traditional design book, it is a visual manual on creativity. It feels authentic, valuable, and dare I say it, new and original.

In line with their thesis, Ms. Giudice and Ms. Ireland present a systematic and grounded but also creative and illustrative case for balanced leadership, and in doing so have identified a trend that will surely resonate with the next generation of leaders.
Quemal
I like the concepts this book presents. It reads more like a philosophy of the writer than a real movement in culture, but that's ok. The points are valid and it elevates design to a role it SHOULD be at. Finally, it helps people like me and this author to begin a discussion about the changing roles of business and design, especially in relation to their responsibilities and values in culture.
As an entrepreneur running my first company, I found this book to be incredibly useful. The book is very well written, well designed, and is chalk full of practical advice for managing a company in today's complex and quickly changing business environment. Highly recommended for aspiring entrepreneurs and managers.
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