Mykola Takzey on How to Build a Bottom-up Driven Innovation
An innovation culture is crucial for organizational success, fostering shared values, beliefs, and behaviors that encourage creativity and risk-taking. Google is renowned for initiatives like the "20% time" policy, allowing employees to dedicate a portion of their work hours to self-directed projects. 3M embraces the "15% rule," granting employees the freedom to pursue personal projects. Amazon's "Working Backwards" approach prioritizes customer-centric innovation, contributing to its constant growth. These companies exemplify how innovation culture fuels progress.
In today's episode - I will be discussing the human side of innovation in order to drive real organizational change driven by employees.
About My Guest - Mykola Takzey
Mykola Takzey has an impressive corporate innovation career, spanning across diverse locations, including Ukraine, Switzerland, Israel, and Belgium. What sets his experience apart is his involvement with organizations facing transformation challenges. Mykola stands out as a unique marketer who seamlessly integrates innovation and human change methodologies. His approach ensures that innovation becomes an integral and ongoing part of the organizational culture, rather than a one-time occurrence.
How to reach out Mykola Takzey
In LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/takzey/
What We Discussed in this episode on building innovation that is bottom-up driven:
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