Recently, a research study conducted by the University of Maryland's Center for Excellence in Service at the Robert H. Smith School of Business and 3Pillar Global looked at the reasons for product development success in cutting-edge business.
Making it clear that every employee's contributions are valued
It also ensures individuals throughout the organization and the ideas they come up with are respected regardless of from which function or level in the organization they arise. Within high performing organizations, there is a spirit of appreciation and a commitment to celebrating success. Leaders in these organizations are the biggest enthusiasts for this approach and `walk the talk` at all times.
Providing an opportunity for all team members to learn and grow
Team members at the most successful companies regularly participate in new projects, take on new responsibilities and try their hand at new skills. Google’s 80/20 rule is one well-known example of a company providing on-the-job freedom to work on something outside their normal day-to-day responsibilities.