The availability of key skills is keeping the C-Suite up at night. Eight out of 10 US CEOs are concerned that a lack of key skills threatens their organizations’ growth prospects. That’s up from seven out of 10 US CEOs just a year ago.
It’s no surprise that these numbers are headed in the wrong direction. As today’s organizations work to recruit, hire and retain the talent they need to achieve their business objectives, they face a mountain of modern-day challenges.
What differentiates a highly innovative organization from the rest isn’t really about having cool and new ideas. As most would guess, it is about creating some kind of innovation culture, but what elements create and support highly innovative work environments?
Breakthroughs in technology, shifts in global economic power, resource scarcity and changes in workforce demographics are putting more and more pressure on companies to perform at new levels and solve important problems. In this ...