For Peter Quarry and Eve Ash, a genuinely creative culture is reliant on managers enabling time and space for experiments, realizing mistakes as learning opportunities and rewarding gems as they appear. Tolerance is important for creativity. Managers should also pair people from different backgrounds for improved cognitive diversity and demonstrate their own creativity.
To cultivate a creative culture, leaders should:
- Encourage experimentation
- Be tolerant of risk and mistakes
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