Reflexivity—outcomes-oriented reflection on current practice and iteration toward improvement—takes on greater transformative power for Principled Innovation when practiced in teams. The research highlighted in this article, by Michaéla Schippers, professor at Erasmus University’s Rotterdam School of Management, points to the way that critical reflection in team settings leads to organizational change.
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