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New CEO at TDS on creating a culture of innovation (Part 2)

is responsible for making those improvements.

At the other end, you just need to constantly drive the culture to encourage people to share ideas about process improvement. You can't just simply say, Work harder, work faster. I think that tends to be a mistake. You need to make sure that people think about, How can I modify this process? How can I be innovative? And oh, by the way, what c......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas and Mike Klein 01/05/07


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