How would you identify and characterize the roles of incentives, training, and education in promoting innovation in your organization?
With the current state of the economy many organizations are searching to recruit potential employees that are able to bring to the business creativity and innovations to their table. Many organizations are looking into graduates who have been educated with more recent information on how to a business strive and what resources can be used to make it happen. Other organizations are looking into having current employees take training courses or seminars so as to find out what new changes have taken place and how it can be established into the business. Sincerely, there are companies that do value and recognize the potential that some of the employees can provide but a good handful of organizations would not involve incentive directly to their employees because of fear that it may plant a seed where the employees may only think that just doing one specific duty they will benefit it instead of doing all and more can actually get them closer to the incentive.
Now if I witness an employee(s) going beyond what they were hired for and become a representation to others, that employee(s) would be rewarded because of being a positive role model for others becoming a leader for the other employees and the company.
What is the role of leadership in creating, managing, and sustaining innovation in your organization?
In my organization the role of leadership in creating is building trust between all workers and taking upon oneself to do what is correct by the individual and company policy. Also, by showing that no matter in what position one is in (manager, employee, staff, etc.) that it is alright to be a hard, thriving person. With leadership it must promote information and share among others which can spark creativity and innovation, it can encourage a few or many and they can be rewarded. Once that is presented many would want...
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