The word curiosity has not always been seen positively, but now it is facing an image makeover. Several companies’ advertisements for talent recruitment are using the word curiosity in one form or the other to attract innovative personnel. A study conducted recently revealed that about eighty-three percent of company executives believe that they encourage the act of curiosity. Yet, this is a sentiment echoed by a mere fifty-two percent. The general belief is that curious employees are good for the company generating and then implementing business innovations. To truly leverage the inherent curiosity in some, one needs to go back to one’s identity. No one’s identity is monolithic, but rather multi-dimensional. Such identity can even authorize curiosity. The best of organizations are those, rooted in bundles of curiosity.


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