How would you describe your company?
How would you describe the company’s direct customers?
How big is the company?
What is your position in the company?
In which department do you mainly work?
How would your company’s estimated turnover compare to other companies in the same industry if new products or services are added?
How does your company’s growth rate compare to that of other companies in the same industry?
How does your company’s employee productivity compare to that of other companies in the same industry?
How does your company’s perception in the market as a particularly innovative company compare to that of other companies?
How does your company’s knowledge advantage compare to that of other companies in the same industry?
My answers refer to:
Innovative ideas are quickly tested.
Employees who have innovative ideas quickly and unbureaucratically gain access to resources in order to review their ideas.
Innovative ideas from atypical sources reach the relevant decision-makers quickly and unbureaucratically.
We use the potential of innovative ideas from external partners.
We systematically develop innovative ideas further so that an added value is quickly created for customers.
We regularly face inspiring ideas.
At the end of a working day we can often say that we have learned something new again.
My company is a place where exciting, innovative ideas are discussed.
We exchange original, new thoughts within the company.
Within the company, we know our customers' problems better than they do themselves.
Within the company, we are particularly proud of the fact that we are constantly producing new innovations.
The employees within the company are particularly motivated to be innovative.
Within the company, we enjoy developing creative ideas.
Within the company company, we expect ourselves to be innovative.
The employees understand innovation as an essential part of their work.
When it comes to innovation, everyone within the company pulls in the same direction.
Personally you also gain a lot when you provide innovative services.
Almost every employee within the company has internalized the importance of innovation for us.
We are “a tight-knit community” and we – as a team working together – try to be innovative in our work performance.
In our company, being a good employee includes developing and implementing innovative ideas.
Every employee knows exactly which innovation topics are strategically relevant at the moment.
Innovation-related decisions are communicated in such an understandable way that the employees themselves could defend them in a discussion.
Even bad news on the subject of innovation are communicated openly and honestly within the company.
When an employee has a creative idea, the company provides all the information he / she needs to evaluate the idea.
Every employee knows exactly how his or her contribution adds to the value of the company.
Employees take active responsibility for the future of the company.
Within the company, we enjoy the necessary independence so that we can be radically innovative.
The employees within the company are treated with great trust.
Within the company, employees are supported in developing innovative solutions on their own responsibility.
Within the company, employees have enough freedom to generate innovative contributions.
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