How not to inspire innovation at your company

11/8/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

CEOs who want to encourage innovation should stay away from contests that offer money for the best ideas. On many levels, these simply don't work. Most companies have no trouble generating ideas; the problem arises in sorting through them. Also, employees are not motivated by money but rather autonomy and a sense of purpose.

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