Do devil’s advocates help your organization make better decisions, or do they stifle creativity and innovation?
Learning leaders can help employees seize the entrepreneurial spirit by fostering a safe environment that allows for failure and innovation.
Change sparks innovation. Think of organizational changes as opportunities to cultivate creativity among your team members.
Innovation is in high demand in organizations across the world. The CLO is in a great position to help foster it among employees.
The Innovation Award is for learning executives who have marshaled resources and applied innovative practices, processes and/or technologies in a new and groundbreaking way to address a significant business or organizational opportunity.
Becoming an industry disruptor does not require that companies be household names. Follow these tips to disrupt your industry.
Our knowledge has an increasingly limited shelf life.
Looking at learning as an investment that creates human capital.
Picking the right tool and implementing it properly will help employees improve their productivity, but being too quick to roll out tools and not gaining feedback could lead to frustrated teams that don’t trust management.
Alice Mann, author of “Future First: How Successful Leaders Turn Innovation Challenges Into New Value Frontiers,” talks with Lauren Dixon about how to turn externalities into innovations and business opportunities.