How to Cultivate Fresh Ideas to Feed Progress

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Successful organizations depend on a consistent flow of ideas to keep them competitive. In this issue of The Edge we look at when ideas are overvalued by their creators, why employees may be the best source of ideas, how to influence people to go for an idea, and how to listen for, nurture, and make space for new ideas. To ensure continued success, leaders at all levels of an organization need to know how to cultivate fresh ideas to feed progress.

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