If a regulation/procedure seems senseless to you, do you:
What do you think is more likely to lead to failure?
You feel satisfied when you can:
You prefer a teammate/colleague who is:
Do company guidelines and protocols:
You've been promoted and assigned your first project, which falls outside of your typical area of expertise. You begin by:
How do you best define success?
What prevents you from enjoying work?
What frustrates you when working with others?
You inherit a project from someone who left the company, but you want to take it in a new direction. Do you:
You can become frustrated with someone who:
When you think of the future, you tend to be:
You're approaching the completion of a project when you encounter an unexpected obstacle. Your initial reaction is one of:
What is more rewarding?
When working on a project, you prefer to:
You generate ideas by:
You would rather work for a boss who:
You are better at:
What is the most satisfying part of your job?
You're more likely to fail if:
Which do you prefer?
You would rather:
You view a decision from your superior as:
A team member has suggested an impractical solution - You respond by:
You've come up with a new idea that could substantially increase sales, however your boss finds it unconventional. Do you:
What do you prefer?
What is your bigger strength?
When approaching a project, you add the most value by:
Which is your bigger strength?
You take over a project and you encounter a serious roadblock. Your first instinct is to:
Please rank the following in relation to how they best describe you:
On a project, I add the most value by:
- Contributing bold, ambitious ideas people weren't expecting
- Taking initiative to get the project started
- Contributing creative, imaginative ideas
- Ensuring we deliver a product/result that is high in quality
- Contributing to areas where my experience and skills are strongest
- Ensuring the strategy/plan is executed
I know who is responsible for setting and executing my company's innovation strategy.
Innovative ideas are encouraged within my organization.
Collaboration among different departments is encouraged and supported.
I often share my new ideas with my colleagues.
My company is continuously improving its innovation process.
I often share my new ideas with my superiors.
I feel my ideas are heard regardless of my position in the organization.
I believe my organization has a strong innovation strategy.
I feel my company adapts quickly to changes in the marketplace to remain competitive.
It's important to me that I am working with an innovative and progressive group of people.
I am provided the time and resources to pursue my ideas.
Innovation is a component of my performance and compensation package.
I can try something new and it's okay if it doesn't succeed as hoped.
I would describe my company as proactive in its approach to innovation.
My organization has a clear process in place to turn ideas into new products or services.
My organization's approach to innovation will influence my decision to stay or leave.
What can my organization do to improve its ability to innovate?
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