Collaborative leadership is making nano medicine possible at Northwestern University. Nano medicine is one example of how 4iR technologies are impacting the physical world.
In this video, you’ll learn how researchers at Northwestern University leaders are collaborating to rapidly move a unique cancer treatment to human trials. Their nano medicine attacks a rare brain cancer at the DNA level by using new technologies to cross the brain-blood barrier.
This video case study is a great example of VELOCITY, one of the five leadership requirements of 4iR. Through collaboration, doctors from Northwestern Medicine have accelerated the speed and direction of nano medicine to treat glioblastoma.
The technology behind their cancer treatment could also have implications for treating Parkinson’s, Alzheimers, and even Huntington’s disease.
Collaborative Leadership in a 4iR World
Collaborative leadership in a 4iR world requires:
Collaborative behaviors are uncommon among leaders and leadership teams today. Previous industrial revolutions did not require collaboration as much as 4iR does. What we can be certain of is that 4iR requires a different mindset (from competition to collaboration). The complexity of 4iR problems requires a new form of thinking together and new behaviors for engaging the workforce of the future.
The most effective leaders, like the ground-breaking cancer researcher featured in this video, will not only lead with a collaborative mindset, they will demonstrate collaborative leadership behaviors.
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