24 May 2013

Letting go of what has worked for you in the past

WHEN YOU COME TO THE FORK IN THE ROAD, TAKE IT | Built In Chicago: " What if past experience wasn’t your best friend, but your worst enemy because it was no longer predictive of virtually anything and, worse yet, because it was actually an impediment to the kinds of disruptive change and innovation that we need today to remain competitive and ultimately to lead the global pack? Letting go of what has worked for you in the past isn’t ever easy, but it’s ever more critical that these kinds of questions be a significant part of the decision set." (read more at link above)

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