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Infusing New Ideas into an Organization's Culture

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, October 22, 2012
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Bangalore: Innovative ideas are always welcome in an organization. The question here lies on how many of these ideas can be accepted and how many should be rejected. As HR professionals deal with a large number of people daily, they can handle the complexities that evolve around the ideas. That’s the reason why ideas given by them are based on experience and judgment and not just on data.

Refining ideas

An HR leader plays an important role in providing information that will enhance the business. Moreover they have the power to serve as main advisors to the head of the company while discussing critical business transactions.

In many companies, the human resource is seen as a department that involves in taking important decisions like merging and acquisition that will take the company to a new level.

Working on the idea

An idea needs to be proved before an organization starts working on it. The cost a company will incur and the outcomes it will bring using the idea must be on the positive side. Although the data can be simple however it has to support all the facts which will prove that it is safe to work upon.   
Implementing new ideas not only shows the efficiency of the data supporting the idea but also the HR gets a credit for incorporating the right thing at the right time.


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