How to turn maverick employees into innovators

02/21/2013 | Fast Company online

Mavericks -- employees who go against the grain and question the way things are done -- can be a key source of innovation, writes Gerard J. Tellis, director of the Center for Global Innovation at the USC Marshall School of Business. You can help to encourage innovation among your employees by giving them some time to experiment, rewarding their successes and creating a sense of competition, he writes.

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