xxvi) Innovation

Not understanding the dilemma that faces most organisations, ie their current internal structures, competencies, cultures, etc do not foster innovation. Furthermore, future successes based on innovation are frequently seen as threats to the organisation's current priorities, practices, successes, etc.

. Not realizing that management needs to relinquish authority and give employees more autonomy to boost innovation and success, even during crises. It is claimed (A D Amar et al, 2009) that, to encourage innovation organisations need to abandon the traditional structure in which decisions-making is reserved for senior management. Many CEOs assume that leadership is about delegating tasks and monitoring results. It is more than this. It is about imbuing the entire workforce with a sense of responsibility for the business. This encourages individuals to be self-motivated.

 

 

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