Are credit union managers to blame when institutions fail to innovate?

You tell us… Are Managers to Blame When Companies Fail to Innovate?

The buck really does stop at the top. Specifically, when the company makes fewer bucks because it isn’t keeping up with the competition, its managers may be the cause.

That’s what some new research from staffing firm Robert Half suggests.

Robert Half interviewed Chief Financial Officers, who cited too much bureaucracy (30 percent) and being bogged down by daily tasks and putting out fires (27 percent) as the biggest barriers to innovation.

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