We had the chance to interview Ted Graham about his experience leading innovation at PwC Canada. Although he is no longer at PwC (he now leads open innovation at General Motors), we believe the insights he shared while at PwC still ring true for large organizations looking to become more innovative. Read more
Posts By: Elana Ziluk
Brainstorming is one of the most common tools for creative problem-solving. There’s a ton of content out there about it, but much of it isn’t based on research. We dug into some academic studies around brainstorming to get to the heart of what works and what doesn’t and how to do it properly.
That being said, it doesn’t mean there aren’t any helpful, well-researched articles out there. Here are the pieces that we consider the cream of the crop and some of which helped inform our own ebook. Read more
We spent the last five months speaking with startup leaders from across North America to gain insights on what makes successful startups so high-performing and attractive to top talent.
More than ever, companies are placing an emphasis on making their workplaces as great as possible to attract and retain top talent. Although perks, benefits, and flexibility are enough for some, the growing number of employees, particularly Millennials, require deeper, more meaningful incentives. Specifically, more and more people are looking for a strong connection to purpose and work that gives them meaning in the form of believing in the company’s mission, connections to co-workers and the opportunity to grow and develop as an individual.
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