Innovation is critical to growth—but that’s what makes it risky. It requires bold bets and a willingness to persevere despite setbacks, criticism, and uncertainty. By providing your employees with psychological safety, an innovation-centric purpose, and encouragement—say senior partners Laura Furstenthal and Erik Roth—you can help them find the courage to risk failure in pursuit of creative ambition. Check out these insights to learn how to foster a culture of innovation and why it’s key to creating value for your organization.

Fear factor: Overcoming human barriers to innovation

How can CFOs rebrand themselves as innovation allies?

How virtual work is accelerating innovation

In conversation: The CFO’s critical role in innovation

The innovation function: An interview with Shaun Kenny of Bechteln

The Committed Innovator: A conversation with Amy Brooks of the NBA

Creating high-performance innovation teams at scale

The innovation commitment