Broadening Our Portfolio of Choices
A rich and wonderful body of knowledge has revealed itself over the recent past and has added significantly to our understanding of how to make better decisions in order to innovate and drive performance. The underlying assertion put forward, in a number of different ways by a number of different experts, is actually quite profound in a common sense sort of way. It has to do with asking leaders to start making different choices on a wide variety of things, and to ensure this starts at the top.
The leaders and designers of the new organizational structures, cultures and solutions that we need must begin by making new and different choices about how they fulfill their obligations. The evidence suggests we ...