When economic times are challenging, innovation is usually the key to success: organisations must adapt or die. Despite this, most workplaces today are more focused on cost cutting than evolution. And in those organisations where change is occurring, the learning and development (L&D) department does not always play the part it could or should. In this webinar Nigel Paine shares some of his experiences of working with innovative organisations such as Intel, Apple and ASOS. Drawing on Drucker, he will argue that L&D has a central role to play in organisational survival and innovation over the next decade. After all, innovation begins and ends with people, and it is very rare to find demotivated and unhappy staff being either creative or innovative.
• How L&D can gain influence and exert authority
• The difference between innovation and creativity
• 5 simple things to make innovation thrive
• Examples of the best practice – and the very worst
• Why building a learning culture is essential
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