How employees leaving can help us to innovate

In talent management circles, the brain drain is usually something with purely negative connotations.  Knowledge walks out of the door, but also the connections and network that those employees take with them.

It’s on this that a recent paper focused, suggesting that those departures can be beneficial for innovation, purely because those former employees will now expand their networks in new horizons, and if your relationship with them remains strong, it can significantly boost your own innovation efforts.

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