Retired from Procter & Gamble after 27 years. Now consulting extensively. Background in mathematics, working on a wide variety of modeling, supply chain, analysis, expertise, business intelligence and social media applications.
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I think this is very obvious. But it is up to the enterprise to establish the right context to produce innovation. Context based on the company's goals, and the employee's job, and a contextual feedback and reward mechanism.