Agile retrospectives are a great way to continuously improve the way of working.
It is time to euthanize change management.
21st century leaders will be growers, not knowers.
Leaders need to sacrifice "power-over" to get "power-to".
The notion of "business as usual" is a harmful myth.
Don't let Deepak Chopra manage your change program.
Ambiguity is not, today, a lack of data, but a deluge of data.
Strategic coherence is more important than strategic perfection.
The essence of extended rationality is to know when you are being irrational.
Psychological pseudoscience dies hard, especially when there are commercial interests at stake.
The best way to encourage out of the box thinking is to draw the box correctly in the first place.
Too few leaders have the emotional fortitude to take responsibility for failure.
Yesterday’s decision-making strategies are ill-equipped to deal with petabyte information flows.
Business is the most important institution on the planet for furthering human flourishing.
Compared to ecosystems and some species, corporations are very fragile entities indeed.
The most damaging cognitive bias is overconfidence (illusory superiority), making leaders use their “gut” when they should be more rational.
When business leaders talk about the next quarter, they ought to sometimes be talking about the next quarter century.
Leaders need to correct for cognitive biases the way a sharpshooter corrects for wind velocity or a yachtsman corrects for the tide.
We need leadership books that offer information as well as inspiration. Pop leadership is one of the most destructive forces today.
Most businesses would profit greatly from just applying Change Management 101 well.
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