Great leaders recognize that companies must innovate to remain competitive, and they nurture environments that encourage creative thinking. Innovation is rarely accidental it takes an organizational commitment that starts at the executive level. The idea is not enough. As Thomas Edison said, innovation is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration. Too often companies forget the perspiration or execution part of the equation.
The rapid deterioration of education has been recognized as a national problem for the past several years. Consequently, American businesses must meet the immediate challenge of oorly-educated people in today's workforce by strengthening employee training programs.
Consequently, American businesses must meet the challenge of poorly- educated people in today's workforce by strengthening employee training programs.
Companies have a responsibility to train and retrain their employees.
Employees cannot become more productive in every sense of the word unless they are provided with continuous on-the-job training.
This decade holds many changes for the United States, but the greatest needs regarding America's productivity in the 1990s, are better education and employee training.