Engaging Employees on Innovation
What factors influence employees’ decisions about whether or not to voluntarily engage in innovative behaviour? For organisations interested in encouraging their employees to generate and implement new ideas, a good place to start is to make it ‘safe’ to present and try new ideas, question assumptions, make suggestions, and challenge the status quo.
Jay Chan, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Talent Acquisition at United Overseas Bank discusses the importance of engaging employees on innovation.
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