Accenture surveyed 600 corporate employees, 200 corporate business decision makers and 200 self-employed individuals in the United States. The survey aimed at better understanding how the workforce and small business owners view the importance of entrepreneurialism and how companies support idea generation.
Innovation has been a hot topic for almost a decade now. It's common to hear executives report that their employees are not creating enough new ideas to help the company grow. However, the reality is that most companies must work harder at nurturing, creating and enabling an entrepreneurial culture that encourages innovation. In fact, the best sources of innovation and creative thinking lies within the companies.
Our survey looks at answering the following key questions:
How important is an entrepreneurial attitude among employees of large corporations?
How much is it currently valued by companies in the United States?
In what ways can large organizations foster an entrepreneurial attitude among young employees and what are the benefits of doing so?
Explore the survey findings in detail and find out how your company can become an effective clearinghouse for innovative ideas and their swift implementation.