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The business case for curiosity

Curiosity is what drives innovation in many organizations and improves organizational effectiveness, yet leaders might not do enough to encourage curiosity in the workplace, often due to concerns about efficiency. In this article in Harvard Business Review, Harvard professor Francesca Gino discusses the barriers to curiosity and explains that curiosity reduces conflict, opens the lines of communication, improves decision-making, and increases creativity.

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   20 minutes

   By: Francesca Gino, Harvard Business Review

   Leader-prep | Lifelong learners


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