Innovative workplace change may be any change to an organisation: its structure, staffing, processes, products, or services. View some examples of workplace change.
Innovation is an improvement on existing processes or procedures required in the workplace. Many innovations are small improvements, whereas others, like our changing communication tools and technology, are obvious improvements to the business environment.
One method to encourage staff to embrace innovation is to establish a culture of open communication to boost and facilitate staff feedback. Ask yourself the following questions:
Building an innovative culture is more than just open communication and a ‘suggestion box’ at reception.
Most workplace change can be described in one of three ways:
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