3 Simple Principles for thinking About innovation Training
Over the past decade, the we have been experimenting, failing, and pouring over the academic research to find the most reliable methods for transforming an organization’s culture to one that embraces and practices innovation.
What we’ve learned is that the transformation can be achieved with three simple principles in mind: autonomy for your employees to opt in, the opportunity to apply a new skill set and mindset, and a sense of belonging to something greater than a job or silo. But, what does that mean? Download the e-book and find out!
About the Author:
Maggie Pfeifer is Director of Education at the Innovation Engineering Institute and Eureka! Ranch. She has fearlessly lead and taught 1000s of students around the world the best practices for innovation and applying systems thinking to their lives and organizations.
She's also co-stared on Backyard Inventors, a Canadian program aimed at helping independent entrepreneurs commercialize their innovations.