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New White Paper: Four Easy Steps to Kill Workplace Innovation

Are Google or 3M able to give their employees free time because they are successful, or are these companies successful because they give their employees free time?
~ Cliff Stevenson, i4cp Senior Research Analyst

There are very few times when employee creativity should be discouraged, but all too often it is. If you're concerned that there is too much creativity and innovation occurring in your organization--whether it's employees seeking product improvements, or process efficiencies--we've released a new white paper that's just for you.

The white paper, Four Easy Steps to Kill Workplace Innovation, offers just what the title suggests: a step-by-step guide to crush independent thought and create a culture where innovation is not only discouraged, it's punished.

Authored by Cliff Stevenson, the white paper is available exclusively to i4cp member organizations. Download it now to see how you can start quashing creativity and innovation--and limit your organization's market potential--today.
Erik Samdahl
Erik is the head of marketing at i4cp, and has nearly 20 years in the market research and human capital research industry.