Solving the Mystery of Innovation in Technical Organizations
Construx research has found that innovation initiatives generally fail because they don’t account for internal consequence systems that can either foster or inhibit innovation. This white paper takes a unique view of the innovation process by recognizing that innovation is a product of a series of human behaviors. Innovative organizations apply practices that provide timely positive reinforcement for these critical behaviors, often without a complete understanding of the key role they play. Targeted practices based on well-established principles of basic human behavior can significantly increase organizational innovation.
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