“Are people really going to do this? I would never do this.”
—Paul Graham, co-founder Y Combinator (Referring to Airbnb)1
If you’re in a leadership position in an organization that sees no need for change, you don’t have much motivation to break down ingredients (resources), rearrange them into new recipes (ideas), or create more value and wealth (growth), But if you want to succeed, you’ll have to start doing exactly that. And it all starts with changing the way you think and learning to question everything.
Different organizations have different opinions about what kind of leadership behaviors will work best for them. However, most ...