Is your style stifling your workers' creativity?

09/26/2010 | Great Leadership

Everyone knows that good leadership is the key to good innovation, so why do so many workers say their bosses are the problem? Most leaders tend to be exclusively maintenance- or innovation-oriented, writes Alexander Hiam -- and a balance of both strategies is needed to turn bright ideas into viable, marketable products and services. To foster innovation, either consciously teach yourself to chew gum and walk, or bring in a co-manager whose talents compensate for your weaknesses, Hiam advises.

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