In The Innovation Code, Jeff DeGraff (the “Dean of Innovation”), and Staney DeGraff introduce a simple framework to explain the ways different kinds of thinkers and leaders can create constructive conflict. They show you the four steps to normalize conflict, channel it, and develop something completely new, using tools, methods, examples, exercises, and assessments.
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Interesting version of the four basic personality types in the context of work and innovation. I'm personally not a fan of this angry/preachy presentation style, but the points they make are valid nevertheless.
It's a nice story alluding to lots of (anecdotal) evidence but I couldn't find any paper of Dr Jeff DeGraff on any of the topics in his talk published in any of the peer-reviewed (leading) research periodicals in these fields. He doesn't list any such papers at his website, nor Google is able to come up with any. Of course many books but anyone can write anything and a publisher will publish it as long as they think some profit can be made. Perhaps some peer-reviewed research could be published on this.
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