The Rock In Your Shoe

The article below is my latest contribution to Innovation Excellence:

The Rock In Your Shoe

Many who have claimed to be innovative leaders rested comfortably in the hope that they would continually lead “in the flow”, or by making organizational decisions in advance of impeding change because they believed they’d have an accurate understanding of what laid ahead. Sure there were minor “tweaks” along the way, but these leaders comfortably sat atop inflatable tubes riding the lazy river of predictability – and prayed that the river would never bend. These leaders were…well…lazy – and that may have been sufficient at some point in time until the business landscape changed and sustained disruption appeared. (Read more)

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