“Got A Minute?” – Take a Perspective Innovation Break
Dan Rockwell started his post today with, “Got a minute” and how that could turn into a significant time investment for managers, since it could help them focus on what is wrong and what is right and that it could also be useful for involving and engaging people.
Since I was working along similar lines, I thought “Convergence” and spun up a little poster that I think links pretty well.
For me, a real issue is simple perspective, in that we get used to doing things one way and getting the predictable reactions of people, systems and organizations. Only when those assumptions are challenged can we actually look to make improvements.
And click on this image below to go to yesterday’s blog, which focuses on similar issues,
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