It goes without saying that now, more than ever, we need to think beyond the bounds of the usual solutions and engage in much more creative problem-solving together.
The ability for leaders to be unleash employee creativity is quickly transitioning from a “nice-to-have” to a “must-have-now.”
Fundamentally, the key to innovation is people. You can give a team all the best tools, but without the right mindset, it will not achieve innovation.
Employees in every company have ingenuity, drive and passion to give. Your organization has employees walking your halls who have great ideas in their pockets, but they will not pull them out until they feel like partners in the organization.
As a training leader, you know that the skillful delivery of training enables teams to be more efficient — leads to increased productivity; lowered costs; and a happier, more engaged workforce (which, in turn, reduces employee turnover).
MIT Sloan Management Review and Skillsoft are collaborating to deliver a co-branded leadership development program designed to provide a competitive edge in a digital world where innovation is key.
INSEAD, one of the world's leading and largest graduate business schools, today announced the establishment of the INSEAD San Francisco Hub for Business Innovation. Opening in February 2020, the location downtown solidifies INSEAD's global presence.
Innovators are often hiding in plain sight. They are critical to any team and company, because they use creativity to significantly improve performance. Discover your innovators, and then develop them in three simple ways.