Creative thinking

Caborn, Anne
November 2001
Employee Benefits;Nov2001, p32
Focuses on creating the right environment to encourage innovative ideas in the workplace. Information on a report from the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants entitled 'Harnessing Creativity to Improve the Bottom Line'; Key role for human resources; Benefits that help create and innovate.


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