Here's a question for you: What organisation do you think is more likely to be a creative organisation: One where most decisions are made by a few individuals high at the top of the organisational hierarchy? Or one where decision-making is spread throughout the hierarchy, and decision authority is delegated and shared?
How an organisation structures its decision-making processes is a good predictor of the level of innovation you can expect from it. Let's see how organisational decision-making affects organisational innovation.
Diagnosing organisational innovation readiness: For the past few years I have been working on a method to help ordinary organisations become creative ones. This method shows show businesses how to turn a "me too" copycat corporate culture into one with unlimited creative potential that can fluently produce new "wow" products and services.
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