Does innovation thrive or die in your workplace?

Talk of creativity is meaningless if employees are not supported when they bring new ideas to the table

11th October, 2015
Top firms are proactive about innovation, and the best require a constant flow of good ideas for career advancement. Picture: iStock

Virtually every company proclaims a desire for innovation, claiming that it is critical to their very existence, it’s the lifeblood that will make them stronger. However, most fail miserably to unlock the creative thoughts and ideas of their employees. So why do so many fail to create an environment that is conducive to employees bringing forward even small, incremental improvement proposals, let alone game-changing ideas?

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