Strategy & LeadershipHR StrategyLynda Gratton and Tammy Erickson talk about building intelligent organisations to foster greater innovation

Lynda Gratton and Tammy Erickson talk about building intelligent organisations to foster greater innovation

Lynda Gratton and Tammy Erickson discuss how to really build intelligent organisations. From the importance of meaningful work to the value of asking good questions, the interview delves into ways in which HR can tackle the challenge of building a successful organisation.

Tammy Erickson says: “A couple of other things that I really would recommend are, make sure people have an open mind, so try to, bust as many assumptions as you can, get people to think outside the box, and ask great questions.”

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