How Are Companies Spurring Innovation? [Future of Work]

How Are Companies Spurring Innovation? [Future of Work]
Innovation

As PSFK explores open ideation, we ask our readers to tell us how companies are inspiring employee creativity.

Wesley Robison
  • 8 september 2012

Where will the next big idea in your organization come from – the boardroom, the R&D department or the mail room?

In the midst of a struggling economy, innovation has never been more important to businesses. In an effort to get ahead of their competition and remain relevant to their customers, companies are directing more money and resources towards the pursuit of the next big thing, but just not in the way you might think. The crowdsourcing movement has shown that great ideas can come from anywhere, and business leaders are starting to take note. Stakeholders are pushing the rate of innovation forward in the hopes of profiting from new disruptive business models or creative products

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