Curiosity at work is the birthplace of innovation

Curiosity at work is the birthplace of innovation

Google and Amazon have shown the value of giving rank-and-file employees time and opportunity to come up with ideas

Leaders today demand relentless innovation from their organisations. In a frighteningly short period of time, innovation has evolved from a nice-to-have to a can’t-do-without. However, while managers like to play the role of innovation cheerleaders, research suggests that they can also be one of its greatest barriers.

When a new employee joins a company, they inevitably experience a bedding-in period during which they are the human equivalent of a sponge. They talk to colleagues...

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