Making sure innovation capabilities stick requires that learning leaders specify desired behaviors and help learners root out “behavioral blockers.”
Emotional intelligence is on the mind of nearly every leader and organization seeking to be innovative, especially as newly dispersed workplaces moved into uncertain home office situations.
Idea management scaleup creates unique proposition for crowdsourcing, idea management and open innovation on one platform.
When it’s OK to be weird, our brains stop filtering, and we have more freedom to explore ideas and solutions, thereby fostering more creative insights and “Aha!” moments.
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.