• 1 PREFACE
  • 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • 3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • 3.1 Policy Implications:
  • 3.2 Organisational Implications:
  • 3.3 Research Questions:
  • 4 LEADERSHIP FOR INNOVATION: MOTIVATION AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
  • 4.1 Motivation
  • 4.2 AIM’s ‘Leadership for Innovation’ Conceptual Framework
  • 5 A BRIEF REVIEW OF LEADERSHIP RESEARCH
  • 5.1 Trait and Style Approaches to Leadership
  • 5.2 Contingency Theories
  • 5.3 The Motivational Approach to Leadership: Transformational and Transactional Leadership
  • 5.4 Distributed Leadership
  • 5.5 The Structuralist Approach to Leadership: The Leader as Organisational Architect
  • 6 A BRIEF REVIEW OF INNOVATION RESEARCH
  • 6.1 Describing Innovation
  • 6.2 Dimensions of Innovation
  • 6.2.1 Types of Innovation
  • 6.2.2 Degree of Novelty Involved
  • 7 THE ENABLERS OF INNOVATION
  • 7.1 Leadership Processes, Systems and Structures
  • 7.2 Culture and Competencies
  • 7.3 Networks
  • 8 LINKING LEADERSHIP, ORGANISATIONAL CONTEXT, AND INNOVATION OUTCOMES
  • 8.1 What do We Know About Leadership?
  • 8.2 What Sort of Organisational Contexts are Necessary to Generate Innovation?
  • 8.3 How does Leadership Affect Organisational Context?
  • 8.4 The Leadership Challenge for Innovation
  • 9 REFERENCES