10 Talent Management Lessons Every Company Should Embrace

August 14, 2013 | Meghan Casserly | Forbes
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When Microsoft opened the doors of its Redmond, Washington “Garage” in 2011 they knew that the idea of a physical space for its engineering employees to experiment with new ideas and innovations could possibly create an idea or two to supplement the company’s massive internal R&D initiatives. Pitched as a program to incubate employee side projects, the Garage was designed as a way of supporting grass-roots innovation by giving employees a place to pursue passion projects that maybe, just maybe, could affect the company’s bottom line.