Our success in navigating our increasingly complex world relies on a fundamental aspect of human intelligence: our ability to learn new things, and to do that consistently and well.
Project initiation lives in the middle space between strategy and project execution. While some organizations initiate projects well, many do not. Mark’s new book explores what works, and what doesn’t.
Experts suffer from the challenge of knowing the right answer, and often having that answer fall on deaf ears. There is a difference between having the right answer, and having the right solution. Learn which is which.
We are all trying to get better, more efficient and more effective. And we have engaged in numerous strategies to get more productive. A case study of working to overhaul processes, tools and approaches in a way that works.
Creativity is about making new connections to old ideas and concepts, seeing the world in a different way and identifying different opportunities. That means finding new, but it also means confronting our unwillingness to be too different.
We all make mistakes. It’s part of being human. There are different kinds of mistakes, however, and different potential ways of responding. And most important are the strategies we employ once we have made a mistake.