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Webchat with James Caan


How do you encourage and develop innovation in your organsiation? Does encouraging open communication between employees at all levels work? Can you train someone to think more innovatively? James Caan tells us how in this live web chat.

In recent years, the UK‘s strength in science, technology and innovation has been the unsung hero of the British economy. According to a survey commissioned by the Department of Business Innovation and Skills, the majority of business leaders across the UK agree that working together with government to promote the development of such skills in Britain will help get the nation out of recession. Nearly half (43 per cent) also believe that UK organisations are good at supporting innovative business areas and ideas.

Personal recognition for achievement is one of the most powerful drivers of innovation which is why the government is calling on businesses to enter the inaugural iawards which recognise and celebrate the best British achievements in science, technology and innovation. Open to all organisations, the 13 award categories reflect the greatest challenges we face as a country – from addressing the healthcare needs of an aging society to minimising the threat of terrorism or climate change.

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