Developing a Culture of Innovation

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“In a truly innovative culture, people are solving problems that haven’t been identified, and if their ideas are captured in such a way that they are reviewed often, by many, then when the problem presents itself, you have a hammer for that nail!”

Rhonda Hall makes a strong statement about developing an innovative culture. She’s the Vice President of Human Resources and Organizational Development at University Federal Credit Union. And she’s absolutely right, but it begs the question: how do you get to that point?

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The latest report from the HR Exchange Network has the answers. Developing a Culture of Innovation sets the tone for HR professionals on why they should invest in this type of change and, for those that have, their journey to a new innovative workplace culture for their multi-generational workforce. 

Readers will learn:

  1. How innovation functions as a core and strategic competency through different modes of delivery.
  2. Why their physical workspace is a huge part of innovation and what environmental factors are best and why.
  3. How to implement strategies focused on engagement, rewards, diversity, and technology.