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Which Factors are Blocking HR Innovation?
New research shows how would-be HR innovators get blindsided – and become ‘non-novators’
Part 1 of a two-part series on innovation barriers
What is non-novation and why does it matter? It means not innovating, even while desiring innovation. It means doing things that would seem to drive new and meaningful change, but somehow the change does not happen. Innovators implement change, and non-novators take a detour.
Non-novation represents an on-going and widespread problem for organisations. In a recent McKinsey poll, 94% of the managers surveyed said they were dissatisfied with their company’s innovation performance. And managers may be even more dissatisfied with the rate of innovation of their HR departments.
Alexander Mann Solutions and HRO Today commissioned this research to better understand this failure to innovate. In part one of this two-part series, we examined where HR looks for information on innovation and what gets in the way of making it happen.Register below to read the full research
Part 2 of a two-part series on innovation barriers