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63 Ways to Stimulate Employee Creativity and Innovativeness
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Apart from a #0. Bottom-up approach, I. In what other ways can an organization stimulate creativity and innovation in its employees? II. What conditions and strategies are needed to support these approaches? Thanks for your ideas...
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#1. Training in Creativity Methods
Dr zahra gheidar, Consultant, Iran, Member

More than 7 years experience in creativity classes, showed me that in order to maintain and nurture creativity, several issues must be considered. Although elements of creativity are in human nature, they are during life destroyed by training methods.
Creativity can manifest in the conscious and non-conscious. With non-conscience I mean things like children 's creativity or adults when they do something without awareness of related concepts and processes.
One of the most important ways to stimulate creativity and innovation is "training about creativity concepts and methods, because it will open up a new space for discovering creativity.
 

   

 
#4. Implement Lateral Thinking
Tom Wilson, HR Consultant, United States, Member

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#5. Grant Freedom to Employees
#6. Provide Support by Managers

DANNY SUSIKWANA, Accountant, Zambia, Member

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#7. Create an Environment of Inquisitiveness
Herman, Manager, South Africa, Member

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#8. Organize Assistance to help Incubation
Ceferino Dulay, Jr., Philippines, Member

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#9. Train Only Talented People
Md Sufyan, Manager, India, Member

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#10. Create a Safe, Fearless and Risk Taking Environment
pawan jain, HR Consultant, India, Member

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#14. Establish a Culture of Playing and Fun
Michael Nestor, Management Consultant, United States, Member

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On #3: Ask them
Andrew Blaine, Business Consultant, South Africa, Member

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#15. Inititate Special Creativity Events, Competitions, Exhibitions, Projects
Roberta Rizzo, Project Manager, Ireland, Member

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#16. Organize the C&I Effort
Satya Narayan, Strategy Consultant, India, Member

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#18. Empower Employees
#19. Appoint an Innovation Committee for Best Ideas

Albert Anthony D. Gavino, Analyst, Philippines, Member

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#20. Avoid Rules, Regulations and Restrictions
harish ramakrishnan, Management Consultant, Member

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#24. Collectively Create an Innovation Strategy
Alexander N. Raikov, Director, Russian Federation, Member

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#26. Determine the Focus Areas to Raise the Corporate Creativity Competence
Susanne Kanter, Management Consultant, Member

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#27. Use External People for (Extra) Creativity
Anand Brambha, Business Consultant, South Africa, Premium Member

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#28. Top Management Must Recognize the Relevance of C&I
Erico Ebeling, Consultant, Brazil, Member

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On #5 and #20: Just Like you Encourage Children...
Ching Quek, New Zealand, Member

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#29. Delegate Tasks as Much as Possible
Zaynabfaps adeleke, CEO, Nigeria, Member

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#30. Give Employees Time to Think and Work on own Projects
Rodel Carandang, Manager, Philippines, Member

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#33. Look for a Freewheeling, Creative Thinking Mindset
Ceferino Dulay, Jr., Philippines, Member

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#34. Challenge Employees
N.Prabha, Teacher, India, Member

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#37. Look for Inspiration Outside the Own Company Borders
Feyzal Peeroo, Accountant, Mauritius, Member

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#39. See this Change as an Investment and as a Strategy
Martijnse, Management Consultant, Netherlands, Member

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#40: Try to Focus the Creativity on CLIENT Requirements
PEDRO PAULO COSTALLAT BRUNO, Project Manager, Brazil, Member

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#41. Become a Problem-solving Organization
Bernhard Keim, Business Consultant, Germany, Premium Member

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If Creativity = Problem Solving, How do You Make it Happen?
Tom Wilson, HR Consultant, United States, Member

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Creativity - the Recipe
Arif ur Rehman, Professor, Pakistan, Member

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#46. Create an Innovation Club and give Parties
Essentia, Coach, United States, Member

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#47. Make Innovators Rediscover the Creativity in Their Inner Self
Dr zahra gheidar, Consultant, Iran, Member

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#48. Reengineering
WAFULA BENJAMIN, CEO, Kenya, Member

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The Skunk Works as Important Metaphor
Tom Wilson, HR Consultant, United States, Member

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On #30: Creativity and the Ampersand
Arif ur Rehman, Professor, Pakistan, Member

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#56: Creative and Innovate Efforts Should Not Be Discouraged
Ofori Cassandra, Teacher, Ghana, Member

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On #56: Creativity, Innovation and Discipline
Andrew Blaine, Business Consultant, South Africa, Member

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#57. Creativity is not an Exercise. It's an Attitude
Bernhard Keim, Business Consultant, Germany, Premium Member

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On #56: Creativity, Democracy, Leadership
Arif ur Rehman, Professor, Pakistan, Member

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Transparency and Democracy are not Synonymous Except in Retrospect
Tom Wilson, HR Consultant, United States, Member

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The Leader's Trajectory
Arif ur Rehman, Professor, Pakistan, Member

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Management as a Performance Art
Tom Wilson, HR Consultant, United States, Member

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#58. Establish Employee-led Innovation
Anneke Zwart, Student (University), Netherlands, Member

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On #19. Innovation Committees and their Decisions
Andrew Blaine, Business Consultant, South Africa, Member

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#61. Ask Many Challenging Questions
Ceferino Dulay, Jr., Philippines, Member

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#62. Give Innovators a Status they can be Proud Of
Samoletov, Coach, Russian Federation, Member

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#63. Create an Idea-driven Organization
Prabhavathi A, Coach, India, Member

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