Unleashing Workplace Innovation in Scotland
Amid the turbulent political and economic developments around the British departure from the European Union (Brexit), practical activities around Workplace Innovation have continued. The UK Work Organisation Network established Workplace Innovation Ltd, which is now based in Dublin as Workplace Innovation Europe. This short article describes the promising new programme of work on Workplace Innovation in Scotland, working with the support of the Scottish Government. In the uncertainty of the months and years ahead in the UK, Scotland can offer a lead which can be followed by the other regjons and nations of the United Kingdom.
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