What work and social environments, personal attributes and characteristics are conducive to developing creative performance and innovation? If creativity and motivation to be innovative can be assessed and measured, how does that affect talent management practices? What does it take to create an innovative culture and the related talent management practices that make continuous improvement part of your every day way of doing business.
Henry Chesbrough is generally credited with coining the term open innovation from his book Open Innovation: The New Imperative for Creating and Profiting from Technology. Open innovation differed from the previous method of closed innovation where individual firms manage their own in-house R&D departments. Open innovation seeks to use the results of the market at large finding new purposes and more effective applications of current technologies creating both spin ons and spin offs.Read more
Organizations and HR leaders today are facing some of the biggest and most talented labor pools in history, and navigating through this requires patience, processes, and tools. While there are many different types of tests and assessments readily available today, the sheer number can be overwhelming.
Imagine the future of your organization. Your company is brimming with the potential found within each of your employees. Developing this potential is a way to strengthen your employees and your company in the same move. After all, it is people that make up a company and can drive it toward success.Read more