What are the best ways to make sure that projects and new ideas move forward smoothly and smartly? This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review examines the ways to tap employees for their best ideas, encourage them to share their concerns, and use strategy loops to incorporate new information and translate it into effective action.

From “Developing Innovative Solutions Through Internal Crowdsourcing”:

  • Internal crowdsourcing of a company’s own employees allows employees to interact dynamically with coworkers to channel ideas and expertise.
  • Because many large companies have pockets of expertise scattered across different locations, harnessing the organization’s cognitive diversity can open up new sources of innovation. ...

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