So far in this book I have asked “why” in every chapter, and will continue to do so in all remaining chapters. But this chapter is entirely dedicated to “why”, dedicated to underlining why it is so imperative to question, to question requests, to question orders, to question the status quo.
“In particular students are not taught to pose the question “why” and to keep asking why until they cannot ask it anymore…” (What Business Needs from Business Schools, Joyce Doria Horacio Rozanski and Ed Cohen, Strategy Business, Fall 2003).
Leadership is very much about creating a clear vision for the future, with the road map, and the right team of people. Without asking why, getting clarity of vision can be difficult; without asking ...