Innovation depends less on tools and proecesses but on people


Based on my professional experience and anthropological understanding, when companies are discussing about putting innovation processes in place the important word that is often missing from the discussion is people and their context. To face up to the critical problem of how organizations can eliminate barriers to innovation and make improvements to their innovative culture, I believes that it is a critical issue to understand how organizations can mobilize their most important asset – their people – to innovate more effectively

 

One interesting book to help leaders and managers to have the better teams and improve fostering innovation culture is the new book “The Progress Principle” from Teresa Amabile and Steven Kramer where they explain how companies can overcome the “crisis of disengagement” occurring in the workplace.

http://www.progressprinciple.com/books/single/the_progress_principle

 

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