Read this one.
The Stoos Movement, by which I mean the zeitgeist of 21st century management, is one factor pushing for change.
Steve Denning has his fingers on the pulse. For a lucid view of what we need, Steve’s got my vote.
Unfortunately, we need a Winston Churchill to rally the support for risking what works for what’s more likely to work in the future.
I’m going to blog on this because it’s not taught in school. It amazes me how many common sense deniers are out there.
Living in earthquake country, my mind accepts the fact that all of us are surfing on tectonic plates.
Hell of a wild surf ride from L.A. to the Point Reyes Peninsula an hour north of Berkeley. Forget Endless Summer; this was a 4 million year ride 500 miles, two plates scraping together, boom, boom, shake, shake, grinding out Route 1, Big Sur, and the entire Western Seashore.
Most of the time, nothing happens beyond being startled and a the pictures on the walls in jaunty l the canned goods falling on the floor.
Trying to straddle the 20th century and 21st century worldviews can rip you a new one.