I have always loved the word "innovation."
I love its power, its energy, its promises.
I love what this word can bring to the world, to our organizations, to our lives.
So, imagine my shock when I discovered that this word means something very different to the vast majority of employees on planet Earth.
It took me a while to get over myself and stop pedaling this word over and over again.
All I needed to do is a touch of compassion - and putting my audience (and not myself and my "perfect" opinions) at the center of attention.
And that's exactly what my latest article is about - published by Harvard Business Review:
I hope it can serve as a catalyst for some much-needed conversations with your colleagues or clients - and I would love to get your feedback (good, bad, or ugly).
It's hard to believe that one word can make a difference.
I hope the research and the examples I offered in this article will convince you otherwise.
Dr. Nadya Zhexembayeva helps companies such as Coca-Cola, Kohler, and IBM turn change and disruption into an opportunity.
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