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Why Fostering a Spirit of Curiosity Spurs Enterprise Innovation

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Asking questions makes companies better. Curiosity is “a strong desire to learn or know something.” You’d think that would be highly prized in society and the workplace alike. However, in some cases, people don’t necessarily value curiosity. One person’s sincere desire to learn can be seen by another as a desire to pointlessly rock the … Continued

Employee Innovation: The Secret to Making Your Boss Love Your Idea

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Does your boss see you as someone who is influential? If not, then you might want to reconsider your chances at promotion. “The more you are known and respected by people above you, the better off you are from a career standpoint,” says Priscilla Claman, the president of Career Strategies, a Boston-based consulting firm. One … Continued