3 Keys to Creative Innovation

Many industries are increasingly moving toward a “knowledge economy.” The stock-in-trade is ideas. Creative solutions to problems can be as important—sometimes even more important—than physical goods and services.   How can organizations foster creative innovation? A recent large-scale analysis of employee creativity, including more than 50,000 workers from all around the world, has identified 3 key factors.     1. […]

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3 Types of Employee Recognition (with Very Different Results)

People want to be recognized for their work. It’s fairly obvious that employee recognition can contribute to motivation, productivity and engagement. But did you know that different forms of recognition can lead to very different results?   In this article, we break down employee recognition into 3 basic types, and the different effects each tends to have.     1. […]

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Unethical Behavior: 3 Studies You Should Know

You probably think about unethical behavior as isolated incidents: bad people doing bad things. Psychologists know it’s not that simple.   Unethical behavior is rarely a self-correcting problem for organizations. In fact, it tends to spread from one person to the next, and thus get worse rather than better. In this article, we talk about 3 studies that provide important […]

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Does Workplace Culture Drive Business Performance?

Can having the right culture cause your organization to succeed and improve? Maybe. We know that aspects of workplace culture are correlated with indicators of business success. But then again, it could be the other way around. It’s possible that organizations first experience success, and then see changes in culture as a result. Or it could be something even more […]

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