When a team is led by people with a high need for power or status, employees are more inclined to suppress their own "creative sparks", according to HR Daily Community member Ian Plowman. In this week's featured post, he explains how suspending hierarchies can help organisations innovate.
Also on the Community this week: why psychological safety at work is so important; the difference between digital and technology-enabled learning; and more. Browse the posts here:
- Trapped in an evolutionary time warp: how human genetics sabotage modern organisations - Ian Plowman
- Psychological safety in the workplace - Jan Terkelsen
- The important distinction between 'digital' and 'technology-enabled' learning - Kiren Kahlon
- The three best technology items for SMEs - Belinda Lyone
- How to avoid lawsuits from unsatisfied employees - Emily Wilson