Harnessing Human Capital
Perspectives on Internal Ideation and Knowledge Sharing
Find out how pursuing ideation and other collaborative group activities with intention and commitment is more likely to get the most from your team and give people a genuine sense of contribution and engagement.
Bringing people together to come up with new ideas or address issues is a longstanding and valuable practice within innovative companies, but it also costs time, energy, and money. To ensure that resources are being deployed efficiently and effectively, it’s imperative to set your team up for success when you ask them to engage in collective problem-solving.
This white paper collects four pieces of Newry insight on best practices for facilitation and ideation. It covers both when to leverage ideation and other facilitated internal processes and how to make the most of a people-driven problem-solving process.
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