This week’s #thursdaythought is about letting go of assets before they have run their course. It is inspired by the latest episode of The Innovation Show with the author of “Quit” by Annie Duke. Serendipitously it is also influenced by Rita McGrath, who joined us in person this week in Dublin.
Posted 2 years ago Tagged Aidan McCullen Undisruptable Artificial Intelligence Corporate Culture Disruption Entrepreneurship Innovation Kenneth Cukier Big Data Kenneth Cukier Economist Kenneth Cukier Framers Leadership Transformation
Framing is a cognitive muscle we can strengthen to improve our lives, work and future.
Today’s book shows us how.
We welcome the author of Framers: Make Better Decisions In The Age of Big Data Kenneth Cukier
We welcome friend of the Innovation Show and author of yet another fantastic book, Smart Growth: How to Grow Your People to Grow Your Company, Whitney Johnson.
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What is cramming in Innovation? Suez Crammed Canal Effect: Cramming Old Tools into a New World
My point in sharing this is to inform you of the “fractal no” or the “long no” so that you recognize when you are stuck in a fractal no loop. You can waste a lot of personal energy in such a loop.
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Hyperbolic Discounting Eisenhower Matrix and. Innovation and Life Decisions
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Why Tesla is opening Restaurants, Why did Michelin Start a Food guide, the answer lies in complements.
In my work as a consultant in reinvention and organizational change, I see this trend all the time. We are often so embroiled in inner conflict, with internal one-upmanship, with competing with the person down the hall that we have no energy left to deal with real threats or to identify magnificent opportunities.
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The consultation, the strategy and the sign off are all important parts of the process, but the real change only happens when the rubber hits the road. If you spend all your budget on the script, the expert opinions and the cast and skimp on the execution you fall prey to what I call “The Predator Effect”. Execution without strategy is better than strategy without execution. We learn from execution, what works and equally, if not more valid, what doesn’t work.