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    'How Applying Three Principles of Corporate Creativity Can Boost Your Rate of Continuous Improvement by an Order of Magnitude," by Alan G. Robinson and Sam Stern

    How might material rewards related to the economic savings of an improvement suggestion create more harm than good?

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    //Before writing about the methods through which main material rewards related to the economic savings of an improvement suggestion create more harm than good, it is essential to have knowledge about the 'Principle of Corporate Creativity'.//

    Principle of corporate Creativity

    For the success of the organization, it is necessary that the company implement the regular innovation and creativity. An organization can improve its innovative capacity by using the knowledge apprehended by its various employees and business associates. An organization can implement a methodical process for applying new knowledge. Innovation without creativity heads to merely surface-level transformation. The competitive advantage of the organization is not the cost or quality but now it has changed to creativity. The companies are aware that the creative potential exceeds creative performance (Robinson & Steren).

    Many people have less knowledge about the term 'creativity', what they know is hardly applied in business and what ...

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