The Bright Idea Box: A Proven System to Drive Employees by Jag Randhawa Review #kindleprom #review


The Bright Idea Box: A Proven System to Drive Employee Engagement and Innovation by Jag Randhawa

Do you want your employees to be responsible for innovation as well? Do you believe that is possible? It absolutely is possible, and in The Bright Idea Box, technology executive and corporate consultant, Jag Randhawa, will show you how.

Things I Love & Learnt About The Bright Idea Box by Jag Randhawa

Jag Randhawa put together an in depth guide and program on How to motivate your employee to Create. The Bright Idea Box is a six-step bottom-up innovation program to get all employees in an idea hunt to develop innovative products and ideas.

You will learn about MASTER, the acronym for Mobilize, Amass, Support, Triage, Execute, and Recognize and this is what this book is designed to help you do…Master the creative and innovative aspect of your business!!! You will learn how to motivate, inspire, and get the very best out of each person surrounding you 🙂

The Bright Idea Box is a great resource and a great read that anyone can benefit from…The book is well written and well structured, and it is full of ideas that are realistic and easy to implement.

*Product was provided for free in exchange for unbiased and honest review 🙂


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The Bright Idea Box by Jag Randhawa is the Winner of AXIOM Business Books Award and Pinnacle Book Achievement Award


About the Author

2Jag Randhawa is a Technology Executive, Professional Speaker, and Executive Coach. Born and raised on a farm in rural India, Jag developed a sense of appreciation for doing the best with what you have, which he successfully applied to business when he entered the corporate world. Jag started programming in his early teens and began working full-time as an engineer at age seventeen after completing his diploma in Electronics and Communications Engineering. Subsequently, Jag obtained a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. Jag immigrated to the United States in the late ’90s as part of the Y2K demand for software programmers and worked his way up to top management in under a decade. He attributes his successes to building great teams and bringing the best out in of others.

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