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Creating Innovation Cultures in Companies: CEOs, People and Collaboration Tools | Innovation Management

Creating Innovation Cultures in Companies: CEOs, People and Collaboration Tools | Innovation Management | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it
This article shares two strategies that are proving most effective for CEOs that aim to make their companies more innovative: developing a creative culture (people’s behaviors) and applying new processes and technologies.
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Culture's Role in the Social Enterprise

In my role at 451 Research I have had the pleasure of looking at our markets afresh, and in particular looking at what direction the emerging Social Enterprise is really going in.
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Workplace Betrayal and Enterprise 2.0 |

Workplace Betrayal and Enterprise 2.0 | | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it

I am a child of broken promises and failed expectations… and I’m not alone. Growing up a child of Baby Boomer parents, I was told that if I work hard, manage my finances frugally, and was loyal to a company, I would be able to happily raise a family with some sense of security. What I’ve found as I’ve grown up is a world that has moved on from those sensibilities and rather than looking to my generation with hope, they disparagingly label me as Generation Y, Millenial, or Echo Boomer. We have become the poster children of recklessness, selfishness, and the most damning word of them all… entitlement.

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Business is better when it has values at its core - The Guardian (blog)

Business is better when it has values at its core - The Guardian (blog) | Do the Enterprise 2.0! | Scoop.it
The Guardian (blog)Business is better when it has values at its coreThe Guardian (blog)There's an assumption that, while running a values-led business is "a good thing to do", a social business couldn't possibly achieve commercial success in its...
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