Comparative report on the innovation groups.

Lewis, Suzan and Etherington, David and Mark, Annabelle L. and Brookes, Michael (2008) Comparative report on the innovation groups. Project Report. Middlesex University/Utrecht University.

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Abstract

Work package four focuses on healthy organisations, defined as those that meet the dual needs of the organisation and its employees. The first phase involved individual interviews in one case study organisation in each partner country, examining workplace change and its impact on current quality of life. The second phase involved innovation groups, building on the interviews. This report focuses on the innovation groups. Aims of the innovation groups The aims of the innovation groups were: • to disseminate the analysis of the interviews to participants, • to address the challenges identified in this analysis in terms of the potential impacts on the dual agenda of enhancing quality of (working) life and workplace effectiveness, • to begin to engage participants in the collaborative development of small innovations that could help to meet these dual objectives.

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
Research Areas:Business School > Economics and International Development
ID Code:3761
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