Creativity Gap in American Workplace

Creativity Gap in American Workplace
Jeff Squires
  • 25 september 2007

According to a recent survey, most Americans believe they are instinctively creative, but just 63% of workers feel that they are able to utilize that creativity in the workplace.  The survey, commissioned by the Fairfax County (Virginia) Economic Development Authority (FCEDA), highlights the economic importance of fostering creativity at the workplace; particularly if America plans to rely on innovation as the foundation of their future role in the global market.

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