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Strategy No . 1 : Set the Stage for Filling Knowledge Gaps , but Don ’ t Manage Learning

@inproceedings{LifshitzAssaf2019StrategyN,
  title={Strategy No . 1 : Set the Stage for Filling Knowledge Gaps , but Don ’ t Manage Learning},
  author={Hila Lifshitz-Assaf and Sarah Lebovitz and Lior Zalmanson},
  year={2019}
}
Today, managers recognize that innovation requires a high level of work autonomy for their employees. This encourages curiosity, enables independent thinking, and provides an environment in which employees can experiment and test new problem-solving approaches (https://sloanreview.mit.edu/article/if-you-cut-employeessome-slack-will-they-innovate/) with minimal fear of failure. At the same time, top-level management and shareholders expect managers to innovate at an increasingly demanding pace… CONTINUE READING