Not so long ago we associated innovation exclusively with brilliant people or organizations that had the resources to fund extensive research. An innovation meant producing a novel product or service – something differentiated and not easily replicated or improved. But, as we have learned by observing “why companies fail”, without innovation, your organization dies. So every organization, not just the smart or rich, must find ways to innovate and differentiate. The big challenge for you as a leader is getting yours to deliver innovation.… Read more about Improvement vs. Innovation. Will your organization make the difference?
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What is Management Myopia?
Myopia is known as near-sightedness, an ability to see near objects clearly while distant objects appear blurry. It is a common complication that afflicts nearly 22% of the population.
Management Myopia is the failure of management teams to see beyond short-term events. While statistics are not available for how many managers suffer with this disease, the gravestones of historic market leaders that are no longer in business suggest that the proportion is very high. That is why every leader should take steps to correct their organizational near-sightedness.
Is smart defined by what is said, who is saying it, or how said? Does where something is said, when and to whom, matter in determining whether it’s smart?… Read more about Can You Differentiate Smart From Nonsense?