How to create an innovation-free workplace

01/16/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

It's quite easy to prevent your company from developing any innovative ideas, writes Rosabeth Moss Kanter. You can start by making sure that your employees are busy at all times and by refusing to listen to their ideas. "Be suspicious of any new idea from below -- because it's new, and because it's from below." If innovation matters to you, though, you should be sure to take the opposite approach, she advises.

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