Close

We use cookies to make interactions with our websites and services easy and meaningful. By using this website you agree to our use of cookies. Learn more.

The 2015 Great Work Index Study brings a surprising paradox to light - managers think it’s their job to innovate, however, non-managers believe innovating is for everyone. This forces one to ask the question, “who owns innovation anyway”?

This Orange Paper examines the disconnect between senior management and non-management employees. Most executives believe the responsibility of innovation only belongs to senior management. However, the disconnect comes into play when you ask the employees in non-management roles who they believe should innovate.

Read how when employees are encouraged to innovate production soars. Learn how sharing the ownership of innovation can help employees become more engaged, more productive, and overall more involved in the company’s success by downloading the Orange Paper. 

* Please make sure to fill out the required fields.

By submitting your information, you agree that O.C. Tanner and their representatives may contact you at the email address and phone number given above.