Using the crisis mentality to drive innovation

02/9/2010 | Harvard Business Review online

Employees often respond with urgency, empathy and innovation in a crisis, and managers can tap into those characteristics without a real problem, Ron Ashkenas writes. For example, managers can set short-term goals for teams under a deadline to mimic the urgency and innovation needed in a crisis, he writes.

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