Are your employees afraid to present new ideas?

04/8/2013 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Your employees might be reluctant to come to you with new ideas because their suggestions have been rejected in the past or because they are wary of embarrassing themselves, writes Bruce Clarke, president and CEO of CAI Inc. But it's important to look for ways to overcome these sorts of obstacles to innovation. "Employers that reduce natural barriers to idea generation are three steps ahead in the battle to differentiate, succeed and profit," he writes.

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