The lifeblood of every organization must be renewed and refreshed regularly. Of course experience matters – but left on its own it begins to grow stale and loses its vibrancy. The comfort and the stability of the known slowly takes over from the desire to forge ahead and look for different ways to evolve. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. In that transition the organization grows stiff. It loses its vibrancy. It is a tale as old as time and probably as old as some of your key platforms.
Every leader will eventually face this challenge. You do not have to wait until its too late, however. There are a myriad of things you can do to keep a low level of disruption present in your organization to ensure velocity and change. One of my favorite ways to do this is …Read More
- July 5, 2022
Saw this on Reddit… There are days I am not sure we haven’t already been infiltrated. Today I Learned …. that during WWII, the US military developed a manual to sabotage enemy corporations, with tips such as “Do your work poorly and blame it on bad tools. Work slowly. Bring up irrelevant issues as frequently […]Read More
… Or maybe … A Perhaps more nuanced and practical application of Rohn’s Average of Five rule. I probably lost half the potential readers of this blog post by just posting a picture of that equation. But fear not intrepid reader! There is no math required for this post. Its more an observational approach of […]Read More