Gartner Research

Creating Psychological Safety: Tata Power, Vertex, Crossbeat Case Examples

Published: 25 February 2016

ID: G00302552

Analyst(s): Mary Mesaglio , Jackie Fenn

Summary

Creativity is inherently risky. CIOs need to encourage a “go for it” attitude, particularly among junior employees and those who have been so immersed in operations that they have had little opportunity to exercise their creative muscles.

Table Of Contents

Case Examples

  • Let the Junior People Speak First
  • Set Clear Meeting Expectations, and Stick to Them
  • Start the Meeting with a Collaborative Creativity Exercise

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