“The more the merrier” is the new mantra if organizations want to stay curious and creative.
As larger chunks of more professions are taken over by automation, where should you as a human worker look to add value?
Advances in automation mean technology gurus can’t rest on their laurels.
Leaders can’t ignore the workers they consider to be uncreative – because they might truly have the best ideas.
A new survey reveals that CEOs believe in the power of good ideas from workers.
It’s not more resources that will bring success – it’s learning to do more with what’s on hand.
Any team can be more creative, experts say. The key is allowing them time to think – and even get bored.
Teams that don’t come up with more viable approaches and ideas for customers will be edged out by the competition.
Most American offices are now open, and more companies are adopting standing desks and other hot trends. But is all the effort to make these changes worth it?
The environment on your team might inadvertently be stifling individual team members’ creativity; why we shouldn’t kill performance evaluations; and work habits you need to change at each stage of your career.