Most business leaders want their team members to innovate yet, few actually create conditions suitable for such creativity to take place. A study conducted by the O.C. Tanner Co. in the USA, UK, Germany, India and Canada revealed that majority of lower level employees feel they lack the most important resources- money, support and staff- that can facilitate business innovation. The executive and management levels have more of these comforts but should indulge in some sort of engagement with the non-management levels to find out whether they may have any ground breaking ideas. They need to self-reflect beyond the rhetoric spoken whether any actual action has taken place. It would not take a massive chunk of funding, but some resources may be allotted even at the non-manager levels to induce creativity.



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