Part 3: Guest Josh Berry in a new #KeyPointPodcast series discusses Fear of Failure
HR Latte, episode 89
Series: When HR Kills Innovation Efforts
HR is a core piece of the innovation equation and can make or break your innovation efforts. Econic helps corporations map and execute innovation. After working with many corporations in many different industries, Josh Berry, Co-Founder of Econic has discovered some barriers to successful innovation that have their roots in HR.
In Part 3 of this series, Rayanne Thorn invites Josh Berry to talk about how risk-averse HR can hinder innovation with a Fear of Failure- is too much time being spent saying, “Are we making the right decision?”
Treating failure with respect — what respect is owed failure?
Tune in as Josh discusses what he has discovered from his years of consulting and working with HR departments.
Discussion Points for this episode:
- Econic’s embracing of the Silicon Prairie
- Having a healthy respect for failure
- Why tying bonuses to ROI can hinder growth and innovation efforts
- How HR can get past their risk aversion tendencies
- Inclusion initiatives: “Is it safe to be unpopular?” – Joe Gerstandt
- Harmony: is HR responsible? Having healthy discord.
- The impact of organizational structure on harmony and innovation
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