Four Ways to Manage a Diverse Workforce for Innovation and Growth

We wrote an article for Frost & Sullivan’s GIL eBulletin that was published this week.  Frost & Sullivan found that most companies used their research in order to create growth strategies and they started a Grown Innovation and Leadership symposium that I frequently attend. Our article this month was titled Four Ways to Manage A Diverse Workforce for Innovation and Growth.

You can read it here.

One of the things that I find most interesting about strength based thinking is that it seems as though we (as people and as companies) seem to take our strengths for granted.  We expect others to be able to do what we find so easy.  And many times, we wish we could do what we see others do so well.  I see the same things happening with companies.  The article talks about different ways to look at innovation in light of the strengths that your company possesses.

I’d like to hear how you define the strengths of your organization.

 

 

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Four Ways to Manage a Diverse Workforce for Innovation and Growth

We wrote an article for Frost & Sullivan’s GIL eBulletin that was published this week.  Frost & Sullivan found that most companies used their research in order to create growth strategies and they started a Grown Innovation and Leadership symposium that I frequently attend. Our article this month was titled Four Ways to Manage A Diverse Workforce for Innovation and Growth.

You can read it here.

One of the things that I find most interesting about strength based thinking is that it seems as though we (as people and as companies) seem to take our strengths for granted.  We expect others to be able to do what we find so easy.  And many times, we wish we could do what we see others do so well.  I see the same things happening with companies.  The article talks about different ways to look at innovation in light of the strengths that your company possesses.

I’d like to hear how you define the strengths of your organization.

 

 

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