On Rapid Change and Innovative Thinking
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On Rapid Change and Innovative Thinking

From the Boma Global blog:

“The extraordinary speed and the unsettling complexity / ambiguity of the online business environment, profoundly affects not only leadership requirements but also other key managerial processes, including communication, decision making, and vision.”

That’s a quote from an article in The Leadership Quarterly written by management scholars Michael Brown and Dennis Gioia. They wrote it in 2002.

Nearly two decades later those processes have become even more complex and certainly more rapid. We are building our future reality at high speed. In 1965, John Diebold — pioneer of information technology and inventor of the word “automation”— told the New York Times: “Today’s machines, even more than the devices of the Industrial Revolution, are creating a whole new environment for mankind and a whole new way of life.” What would he say today?

READ MORE/ on the Boma Global blog