How Treating Your Employees Like Turtles Can Smother Innovation
November 8, 2012 Editor 0
If you buy a turtle and put it into a small aquarium, it will stop growing to accommodate its limited living space, regardless of how large it might have potentially been. The same thing happens to people in companies who are “boxed in” by rules, bureaucracy and hierarchy – which stunt their personal growth and organizational contribution.
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