People own what they (co)create
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People own what they (co)create

“In today’s rapidly-changing business climate, people at all levels of the organization are of necessity in decision-making roles, simply because it’s not possible for managers to anticipate all the possibilities that the people in their organizations might face. Hence, in order for work to get done, everyone needs to think about the work they do, and not ‘just do it.’ … Further, we now recognize that people feel much more responsibility for what they create or co-create, in today’s jargon, they ‘own it’.” p.8

“The timing of the shift to collaborative co-creation is as fortuitous as it is necessary. In addition to the significant productivity benefits that can be attained, research has also shown that fragmented and control-oriented means of accomplishing work do not sit well with the new generation of managers coming into the workplace from the millennial generation.” ¨p.11

The theory of business, complexity, and getting things done. Michael Kaufman, Innovation Labs, 13p.

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